Di drags in Andre 'Do Rag and a uniform gets all in his face, asking, "Is this the guy that killed Cheryl?" Whoa, she's dead. Millions of uniforms glare at 'Do Rag. Di hisses that it's not cool to tip off their suspect, and is Cheryl really dead? Whoa. Mary, braless, types and Ricky comes over to break up -- I mean talk -- with her. She's like, you take off, and you don't come back or call? Yeah, then he went and did it with Di! Mary, dude, dump his silver-spoon-having ass! She's like, "If you can't hold up your end anymore," and he's like, "Okay," like that lets him off the hook. He goes on to say that "certain things have happened" that made him realize he's not meant for Mary. Like, doing it with Diane. Mary gives him a weak handshake and asks him not to embarrass her. He says he wouldn't do that. I say he already has.
Andre 'Do Rag is cooling his heels. He wants his police brutality case on the record. Baldwin and Medavoy want him to talk about the two robberies -- a liquor store and, oh, some stationery store. He denies doing either. Then he says he'll drop the brutality case if the two robberies go away. Medavoy and Baldwin have a laugh at that and go see Fancy.
Fancy says to call the DA and make the deal. Then, in walks the captain, Cheryl's husband. He looks as grief-stricken as Mount Rushmore. Fancy says he's sorry for what happened, and the captain wonders where the shooter may be. Oh, boy. Sip and Ricky are talking to him. Fancy says they can look in on it. Let's go.
Fancy pulls up the curtain and they hear this 'Do Rag say that a "cute female cop" asked him to stay put, and he didn't, because she was "acting all bad-ass, and she wants to take [him] in? Let her earn it." But he wasn't the one that shot her. Fancy pulls the curtain down and apologizes to the captain again. The captain strolls out and says he wants two minutes alone with 'Do Rag, then bursts in and threatens him. Wham, just like that. Fancy restrains him, and 'Do Rag is like, you let that guy roam the halls? And Ricky says, "You want him to take your job away too?" The captain doesn't care about his job right now. Sip says he knows he doesn't want t blow the case and hands him his hat. The captain leaves, unsatisfied.
After like five minutes of commercials, in walks the new ADA, Valerie Haywood. Hey, she was on Baywatch! I bet this show is a real switch, from sandy to gritty, from lifeguard orange to police officer blue. From jiggle-core to Dennis Franz's ass. Oh, boy. Di introduces herself and then Medavoy and Baldwin, and says they need Valerie for the lineup. Medavoy and Baldwin explain their deal -- 'Do Rag doesn't say he was beaten by cops, they drop one robbery from his list that day -- and Valerie raises an eyebrow at the idea of this. She disapproves! High in moral fiber! And delicious too! Hey Valerie! Hee. Di takes her to see the lineup. In there is Sip, Fancy, Bloody Hands -- geez, it's like a clown car in there. Val is outraged when she sees all these people are there with the witness, and again when Sip scratches himself with two fingers to help Bloody Hands make the ID. Then, she CALLS Sip on it! "If our suspect doesn't give a voluntary admission of guilt, that ID never happened." Woooh!