Another montage sequence of Blue cops shaking down every skel in the big bad city of New York; we see Baldwin throw a guy about ten feet up a wall. Greg gives him the thumbs-up. All this is set to a dirty slide guitar.
Boom boom go the drums, and we're back in the office. The skel Baldwin threw against the wall is looking at the fish tank. Sip says, "Don't tap the tank," and skel says he wasn't, and Sip says he was thinking about it. Mom? Is that you? I hear you, but I only see Sip! In Fancy's office, Greg says that this skel has an idea who killed the cop -- some weirdo drug customer of his. Greg grabs the skel and says, "Let's get you into something unrecognizable." The skel is like, anything but that shirt Sip has on. Sip's like, what's wrong with my shirt, and the skel says he'd rather throw himself under the A train than wear a shirt like that. John leaps to Sip's defense and says, "I think that's one of your nicest patterns." Hee hee. Sip, to divert himself, says "How" to an American Indian-looking skel and makes a war-whoop gesture to Ricky. Oh boy.
In a bar, Baldwin comes in and starts cracking skulls. One feisty guy has the nerve to complain, saying, "Cops come in here and ruin my DRANKIN'." Hee. Then, Greg drags in the skel with a paper bag over his head! The feisty guy points out, "It's the Unknown Comic!" Then the bagged skel points out a raggedy bar patron and he is promptly arrested. Ah, swift justice. The feisty guy is like, "They arrest my brother in the raggedy hood, and windbreaker," and Baldwin suggests he himself look in the mirror. The feisty guy does and pronounces himself to be "fine." All right then.
Back at the station, Di asks Andy for a minute. She takes him into the women's locker room and he starts poking around, all nosey. Then Fish comes out and asks for a "moment." Kidding. Should Di tell Kirky about Don, dead in the dumpster? Sip asks what it would do to her if she didn't tell Kirky, adding, "Everything would remind me of the secret." Di says thanks. I think telling her would be some closure, which I really, REALLY need on this storyline already. Okay? So just tell her and that will be the true END of Don and all his horrible, weasely ways, okay? OKAY.