Super ominous music plays as Frank heads outside. Is anything ominous going on? No, it is not. The sun is shining. Work crews are tearing down the dilapidated houses across the street. Frank picks up a bit of trash off his lawn and throws it away. "There goes the neighborhood," jokes a lady on her front porch. He gives her a friendly wave. The music continues to be ominous. Ominous things continue not happening.
Frank meets Tim the prosecutor at the courthouse. Tim tells him he's got a couple of days ahead of him on the stand. "Pierce is gonna work you on the cross," he warns Frank. "I'll just get super indignant and lie my way out of it," Frank thinks. Joe's supposed to be there, too, but hasn't yet finished giving his daughter the Murder Tour of Detroit yet. Frank takes the stand and swears to God to tell the truth, with that low, thumping music still playing... ominously. Cue opening credits.
Frank tells the jury about how a bunch of kids on a field trip in the park found the remains. The park ranger told them it was a deer, so as not to freak them out too much. He describes the condition of the body, the fractured bones, the burns... "One eye was missing," he says. "Did an animal take the eye?" the prosecutor asks. The defense attorney shoots up out of his chair. "Objection! Leading!" The prosecutor rephrases the question, but the defense objects again when Frank says the eye was removed with a knife. "What did the condition of the body suggest?" asks Tim. "The girl suffered a violent death," Frank says.
Tim is thrilled with Frank's testimony so far. As they break for a recess, he gushes about how one of the jurors was on the verge of tears. He might have been crying because of the boring monotone of Frank's delivery, but whatever.
Frank spends his recess bailing Sean out of jail. Does Sean thank him? No, he does not. He immediately starts whining about his tooth again, and about how he needs some drugs for the pain. Frank won't let him out of his sight, because then Sean won't show up for his court date. Which means we're going to be enjoying more of Sean and his endless bitching. When Frank refuses to get him drugs, Sean sits down on the nearest curb. "I'm sorry for putting you out," he whimpers. "I just wanted to see them, you know?" It turns out he tried to see his kids and got into a fight with the school crossing guard. Frank picks him up off the curb and half carries him away.
At the International, the crew is arguing about how to proceed. "You think the Old Man is just gonna give you a free pass?" Damon asks Steven. "We're all marked." Steven scoffs. "I doubt Skelos even know mah name," he says. Damon's plan is apparently to take over Greektown, even though everything else he's attempted has been a spectacular failure. Not to mention the fact that the cops are gonna be eying him. Stevie's the only one who has a modicum of common sense here, even though he has less than a modicum of proper grammar. "Hear him out," Gus says. Stevie ignores him. "The Greek, the Rev? Damon, you cooked on both sides of the fence, man!" He says he's only there to help out Michael's family in any way he can, but Damon says there's no helping Michael without getting rid of Skelos first. "So, are you in?" he asks. Steven doesn't have to think it over for long before he just books out of there. Nick shows up just as Steven is leaving. "What happened?" he asks. "We need you," Maya says. Damon gives him a Very Serious Look that echoes Maya's words.