Tito is Mr. Smooth in the interview room, and he first points out that he can't be ID'd by the video since you can't see his face, and then admits to taking Anne-Marie to the hotel but insists that she wanted everything she got. He's one of those really special guys who refers to himself in the third person, in this case to tell the cops that he's not a "one-woman man." He insists that Sugar was just jealous, and he had her in the room to watch to put her in her place. He also then totally pins the murder on Sugar, saying she must have done it out of jealousy. It's revolting and gross, and I want a shower after watching him. Clearly, so do Lupo and Green. Anita knocks on the window to tell them Sugar followed them to the station, so they go to talk to her. She says she does not want to call her lawyer, natch, and insists that Tito wouldn't say she was a murderer. So, given what they have, Lupo arrests her for murder, and they proceed to tell her all sorts of nasty things that Tito said and did, some true and some, er, embellished -- things like her prowess in bed. At this, she breaks down and tells them that he's lying and he killed Anne-Marie after he made Sugar watch while he raped her. They then get to bust back into Tito's room and arrest him. As they take him to lockup, he screams at Sugar for being a junkie whore, lying bitch, blah blah blah horrific-insult-cakes.
It's 10:30, so it must be the Connie and Cutter show now. In the courtroom, Sugar pleads not guilty and gets bail set at $5,000. Tito then pleads not guilty, and Connie launches into her reasoning for him being remanded. When she gets to the part about him brutally raping and murdering Anne-Marie, Sugar loses it and begins screaming that it's a lie and she's sorry and loves him. I get the idea that I'm supposed to feel more sympathy towards this poor cautionary tale of a girl than I do, but really I just want to punch her so she'll be quiet. Tito is remanded for now, but then the lawyers all meet with the judge where the little matter of Lupo's note is brought up. Since this crossed the line of the trickery cops are allowed to use to get a statement, the judge suppresses the evidence of Sugar's statement against Tito, leaving them with nothing but rage, which Connie and Cutter then take out on Lupo and Green. They have a big argument where the detectives list out all the other evidence they have, but Cutter refutes it all, pointing out that it all leaves room for reasonable doubt. Connie asks them about other witnesses at the hotel, and Green gives them the name of a woman who is now at a battered women's shelter.