In the hall, the Blue cops interview the hotel clerk, Larry. He's wearing a yellow jacket that makes him look like he should be selling real estate for Century 21. He's feeling "kind of bowled-over." Okay. He also remembers that when he found the body, it was still wearing the gold Rolex and ring -- now they're gone. "I have an image of that beautiful gold watch against the porcelain of the tub." We say Larry is scary, and that's for a reason. He ends the grisly poetic imagery and tells them that the B.B.I.T.B.T used to flash his money clip filled with hundred dollar bills and say, "This will all be in a stranger's pocket tonight!" He'd come to stay once a month and "go find young boys." How many, Medavoy asks? "I'd say four a night," says Larry. Oh my! Busy busy! Then a rock-and-roll-looking guy, an uglier version of Ozzy, slinks out of the room next door and heads for the elevator. Sip stops him and, even though he just said he didn't see anything, seconds later he screams "Whoa, all right, one guy, about twenty-seven, with a couple of tattoos!" The real Ozzy wouldn't cave that fast. Sip tells him he's staying for a "gig in the Big Apple" since he was a witness to a murder. Bummer, dude.
Back in the room, Ricky holds up two sneakers. "One's a ten, the other an eight and a half, both lefts." Medavoy goes, "Whoa. I found the penis, guys." We don't get to see it. I am alternately glad and disappointed.
Back at the precinct, a mom -- Sonia Lopez -- is dragging her son Jason in because she thinks he's stealing. Oy, way to parent. Not. "You see that jacket? It's expensive. And he has rollerbades!" Jason mumbles that he's not stealing. Sonia overreacts again, saying "Something has turned this boy from the way he was raised." Oh god, raised by a drama queen and Jason still has problems? Has the world gone mad? Diane farms this out (would detectives really do this?) splitting up Jason and his mom between herself, Martinez and Kirkendall into separate interrogation rooms.
Jason is feebly protesting to Martinez and Kirky, saying, "I don't steal. My mom is wrong." He's gotten a job after school doing computer graphics. His mom "doesn't understand computers," which is why he didn't tell her. Mmm-hmm.
Sonia cries to Diane (only slightly hysterically) about the fact that Jason's "teacher started influencing him. He want's to impress her because she's the new thing in his life." Quick, how do you spell LaTourneau?