Jennifer and Paige finally catch a break: Vera made a call to a residence about three blocks away. They get into the car and speed off.
Over at the FBI, Amiel tells Lisa that Estelle just called, and that she's freaking out. Lisa says that she can't tell him anything about what went down with poor Estelle. "It doesn't involve you," she says, and he gets all insane about how Poor Dead Fed Bert was his partner and whatnot. "It doesn't involve you. Drop it," Lisa tells him, and heads to her office, looking more than ever like she needs a drink. I feel you, sister.
Across town, Eddie the Baseball Guy is peeing. He gets kidnapped from the urinal. Yeah, that's rough.
So, Jennifer is on the phone with Carl whilst she and Paige stake out the house Vera called. They bicker, and she hangs up and turns to Paige, telling her that Carl thinks she ought to be tougher with little Joanie, but that she doesn't want to be the bad cop at home. "Nobody would," Paige says sympathetically. "Can I ask you something? If you were me, would you have pulled the trigger?" Paige asks. Jennifer thinks about this and comes up with a resounding "hell, yes." She's got two kids and a husband to come home to, she says. "But [Vera's] pregnant," Paige points out. Jennifer looks thoughtful and tells Paige that "it's better to be judged by twelve then carried by six," and then the person they were waiting for shows up and there's all this very dull exposition, and after, like, twenty minutes, we learn that Vera stole this woman's car, and that she wasn't pregnant half an hour ago.
Alley of Amniotic Fluid. The place is crawling with cops and canines, and no one's having any luck. Paige stands in the middle of the alley and closes her eyes and the camera goes all swirly around her and I guess she has Magical Hearing Powers now because she somehow manages to hear a baby crying in a dumpster that everyone else missed, like, for one thing, they TOTALLY would have checked that dumpster first off, and for another, Paige is MAGIC now? Whatever. I could have almost seen this plot point working if Jennifer had heard the baby. It would have had some nice resonance with this plot where she's having issues with her own children and second-guessing her own maternal abilities. The way it is here, though, Paige's sixth sense it seems to come out of nowhere, and said sixth sense serves only to rehabilitate Paige for acting like a moron in the first act. Also...seriously, is she magic now or something?