Maya has gone to stay at her sister's house, where her own kids refer to her as "Aunt Maya." It kills her a little bit, but she tries not to let it show. While the kids get ready for school, Maya and her sister talk. "I know you don't believe me, but this is it," Maya says. "I'm not going back." Her sister says she hopes for the best, but... "If you even think about taking the kids back, I will rip your life apart." That lady might be the scariest character on this show.
Everybody meets at the trap house to have Sean walk them through the crime scene. That is, everybody but Frank, who is still being detained. Sean greets Joe: "How ya doing, you murdering prick?" Only Joe hears him. After giving Sean a sniff of coke, Joe takes him into the house. He lays out a much more coherent scenario than Joe and Frank ever managed to do. It's all lies, of course, but it still makes a lot more sense than the mishmash the detectives pieced together. Joe and Dawson look like they're about to crap themselves the whole time, just waiting for him to pull a trick that implicates them. But he doesn't. He even takes them to the same sink that Joe and Frank once claimed as Brendan's drowning place. Dani remains suspicious. She wonders why Sean would have killed Billy, if they were supposed to be drug partners. Sean says you can't trust an addict. Meaningful!
Frank's lawyer comes to visit him, but he tells the guy to go find Sean. After that guy leaves, Tim the APA on the Lady Belle trial stops by the interview room. "It's just a misunderstanding with my ex-wife," Frank explains, which doesn't explain the car he hijacked. "Boyd made it sound like you wanted to come some kind of deal," Tim says. "Boyd is delusional," Frank says. He wants to delay any action against himself until after the verdict, lest it affect the outcome of the Lady Belle trial.
After that, Frank gets up and just... walks out of the interview room. Didn't he have handcuffs on a minute ago? Boyd, who's been lingering outside, is none too pleased to see him. "You should have made a deal," Boyd all but spits at him. Frank shoves him into a stack of boxes. Seems like Boyd could have him locked up a bit longer for assault, but he lets Frank go without another word.
Frank is all about banging on doors lately, and the latest one is at Maya's sister's house. She glares at him in greeting. "I tried the bar, they told me you were here," Frank says. "They were wrong," Maya says. She starts to close the door on him, but he barges his way inside. He tells her that Sean has confessed to three murders, but Maya can't see how that's her problem. He wants her to provide an alibi for Sean. When she refuses, he threatens to handcuff her in front of her kids.