Sip, Ricky and Joaquin are sitting on a bench, looking glum. Behind the two-way mirror, The Widow is yelling, "Not for all the tea in China will I testify!" Well, how about for all the Chins in the Chinese phone book? No? Damn -- that's all we've got. She continues: "This ID, if I make it, is for ID purposes only." What the hell is The Widow talking about? Di is like, "Let's not get ahead of ourselves. Just say if you recognize anyone and where you recognize them from." The Widow bleats, "Oh my god," waves her arms like she's doing yoga, and bursts out, "Lift the fricking shade!" There are a roomful of black men inside. The Widow starts screaming, "Oh, you dirty bastard!"
In the hall, Ricky and Sip start talking about her making what sounds like a positive ID, and that the only thing saving that guy in there would be if he made a statement: "Full disclosure showing co-operation and remorse." Joaquin mulls this over.
The Widow comes out and hysterically says, "The SOB that shot Rico is in there! Come on and take me home, I don't want him seeing me!" Joaquin says, "I may have some facilitating information that I should provide while some aspect of the case is still open." The Widow acts shocked and surprised and yells, "Joaquin, did you ruin my life expectations because you had a hard-on for your brother's wife!" Di and Kirky offer The Widow a ride and lead her away. Fancy comes out just in time to hear Joaquin say, "My brother was a prick. I though that if she loved him, she could love me." Sip says, "Jail is sometimes preferable to what you would have wound up with." What a dick -- saying that jail would be better than living with that horrible woman! How do they know she wasn't in on it too? Fancy makes a face.
After the commercials, Di and Kirky come in making fun of The Widow. "She's probably writing a personal ad right now: 'Recent widow seeks meal ticket.'" Then Kirky asks what Denby wanted. Di says she doesn't know if she trusts the guy, but that he needs to know if Kirky could have, in any way, helped Don with his deliveries. Sure, says Kirky: "I could have dropped off pastries his mom made for private parties." Denby would unfound it, "as long as it was unintentional." Kirky is relieved to learn that Don could have no leverage, and she and Di hold hands. Di is still unsure about Denby and says, "Let me get into him a little." Mmm-hmm.