Malloy and Donovan enter a warehouse. Malloy says he doesn't like surprises, but Donovan thinks he's going to like this. It's Eddie the Baseball Guy, all trussed up like a turkey with a ball gag in his mouth. Donovan offers to let Malloy whack Eddie himself. Malloy is all, "What are you doing?" Donovan is all, "You just said you wanted to see him dead," and Malloy is all, "It wasn't an order, I was just sounding off," and Donovan is all, "So, wait. You don't want him dead?" And Malloy then delivers this whole speech about how he wants Eddie in his office, begging for a favor one day, so that Malloy can spit in his face, and I have several comments, naturally, namely that Eddie will never think to ask a favor from a man whose name he barely knows and whose business he doesn't know at all. If Eddie's mobbed up at all, it's probably with people a lot scarier than Malloy is. There's no reason for him to come to Malloy. Malloy doesn't have that kind of power. I hope, in fact, that this entire thing kicks off a gang war, ending with Malloy's getting whacked because I still think he couldn't work any less as the head of a crime family. They could have cast Hilary Duff in this role and it would have worked better. Anyway, Donovan is all, "Oh. My bad," and Malloy just asks him to clarify things with him before he gets out the old ball gag.
Paige and Jennifer wander out of the hospital, Paige whining and moaning about the baby. Who, at the very least, is going to live. Jennifer spouts some platitude about how taking babies out of the dumpster is the hard part of the job, and then they get some info about where Vera has been using her credit cards and blah blah blah, they realize Vera's heading to her sister's to get her stash. You mean they didn't have people stationed at her sister's house -- where Vera has been living! -- from the get-go? Jesus Christ, I knew that just from watching Law & Order.