Roy. Lisa. Warehouse of Secrets. Roy reiterates that Bert's clean. He was only betting on the games to make a better life for his family by building them a new kitchen. Wow, well, let's put him on a postage stamp, then. He was still crossing the line by placing bets with THE MAFIA. Whatever. Roy assures Lisa that Bert never flipped. "Are you sure?" she asks. Roy practically staggers backward, so shocked is he that Lisa doubts him. "Am I sure?" he stammers. "I could have died bringing this to you. Yeah, I'm sure. I told you Bert was clean. You should have know it, too." You're awfully naïve and idealistic for someone who just spent two years in jail, Roy. Lisa had to follow up on that tip. It's her job, pretty-boy. Anyway, Roy makes some noise about how the three of them were so close back in Los Angeles, and they were supposed to be friends to the end, yada yada. "That was a long time ago," Lisa dismisses him. "Not so long ago," he tells her. "This is what happens when you start sucking up to the Director. You sell out your friends." Lisa gives Roy a very dirty look, as well she should. "You are way out of line," she tells him. "Shame on you," Roy snaps, and stomps away. What a sanctimonious little baby he's turning out to be. She's doing her job, asshole.
Jennifer, sitting next to Vera in the squad car, talks on her cell phone to her little girl about her day at school. Apparently, the new hard line is that Joanie's homework is Joanie's responsibility. Don't let me forget to record that in my diary. Jennifer rolls her eyes sadly and tells her little girl to call her back when she stops crying. She looks miserable. "Tough love," Paige says. "Part of the job," Jennifer groans, and compliments Paige on her work capturing Vera. Who, I would think, they would be taking to the hospital in an ambulance, since she, first, just gave birth in a car, and then, second, just lept through a glass window, but whatever. Paige looks pleased with herself. Jennifer leans over to ask Vera about her baby, but, guess what? Vera's dead! Jennifer swears and tells Paige to turn around: "We got to go to the hospital." Should have called an ambulance in the first place, idiots. God, is anyone on this show operating with more than double digit IQ? Other than poor booze-soaked Lisa, I mean.
Jennifer and Paige sit in the hospital and look sad that they killed that nice PCP addict. Apparently, she didn't pass the placenta, and bled out. "EMTs checked her at the scene," Jennifer says. Okay. Then why didn't they close up that enormo gash she had on her forehead in the scene in the car? Continuity people, please report to my office. Jennifer looks like she's going to cry, as the doctor tells them that they did the best they could. Paige takes off to do their paperwork, and Jennifer looks sniffly. Instead of going home to her own babies, though, she goes into the nursery and holds Vera's. Who probably could use a little TLC, I'll admit. Poor little baby. Jennifer begins to sing, and we close out the show with YET ANOTHER musical montage, this time to the tune of Jennifer's rendition of "Mockingbird." Which is nice and touching and all, but I'm beginning to suspect that the writers here are at a bit of a loss as to how to write an ending. And endings are totally hard. But four musical montage endings in four episodes is really not acceptable.