Lara's all smooth and polished while she asserts that she doesn't have to reveal her sources. She maintains that she was doing everything as part of her "profession," and Connie asks what profession that is. Lara answers, "Thank you. It's always so nice to be called a whore." Connie just raises and eyebrow -- she's completely out-smoothed and out-sassed Lara all the way. She reiterates that she'll use what she has to get the truth, and asks Cutter how far he would go to convict a murderer, saying he'll go that far for a story. Connie asks again about her source for the psychiatric story, and she says it was Marty himself. She says she was trying to figure out what was up because she thought the cops were taking the easy way by going after the husband, and either she proved them wrong or she'd get a confession. She mentions that she found a map to the kennel and a local wooded area where he'd taken a drive to relax. Cutter asks, "What wooded area?" So off we go. Lupo is looking for a dog and seems to think that maybe one of the former fighting dogs would be good, even though Cabrera repeatedly warns him off of it. A nice conversation about dog ownership with Connie is interrupted by the discovery of a body, which just happens to have no hands attached.
Back at court, Marty enters a not guilty plea. As he leaves, Carlin tells him they'll get him out, while his lawyer turns to Connie and says she believes him, and assures Connie that she doesn't always believe her clients. At the office, Connie goes over, for the billionth time, the no evidence that they have. There's nothing to show Marty was up there where he could dump the body. Cutter won't let it go, but they move on to talk about Lara. Turns out she's actually a good journalist, and Connie goes over the stories she's done, including one about price fixing in the wine business. She notices there was an unnamed source and mentions it could have been Carlin -- now it's her turn to be dense. She notes that a year after this story, it's a coincidence that Carlin and Lara are now the witnesses against Marty, really seeming to not entertain any idea about it being more than a coincidence. Cutter sees it though, and points out that everything they have against Marty could also be used against Carlin: they knew where the kennel was, they saw how violent they were, and Lauren looked into Carlin's wine business finances. Connie points out the chlorine, so Cutter asks if there's any connection with chlorine and wine. Turns out it used to be used to wash corks before they were put into bottles.