Another gritty montage of Anya counting and leading Di and Kirky to the apartment where she was raped. It's an unlocked apartment building with construction outside, just like she said. The hunky Baldwin rolls up in his taupe-ish Ford and follows them in.
The apartment door isn't locked either and Di pushes it open and charges in...no one's there. There's a table covered with empty beer bottles and a mattress on the floor, just as Anya described. "It was here. This is where it happened," she says. Then, some dorky guy with a mustache pokes his head in. "I didn't know anyone was in here." Di says they're checking up on an incident that happened last night. Did he hear anything go on in here last night? Oh, no, not him! "The Wild World of Wrestling is on pretty loud...why, what happened here last night?" All innocent and curious, and creepy. They blow him off and he leaves. Anya says, "Son of a bitch." Kirky asks if he was one of the rapists and Anya says he was the last one. Baldwin goes and collars the guy before he goes into his place to watch more wrestling. Di and Kirky watch as Baldwin drags him down the stairs and Kirky says, "He didn't even recognize her." Di says, "Not without her sweater over her head." Anya pops up behind them and asks, "Did I help? Not showing I was scared?" Di says yes, she did help.
A cocky-looking guy in a leather jacket cruises into the pokey with Ricky and Sip and reads a sign above the cage door: "Welcome to the pokey." There's a glum face in the "o," and a stick figure in what's supposed to be the pokey. Then he turns to Sip and asks, "Did you draw that?" Okay, first of all, I've never seen that sign in the pokey before, and I doubt I'll ever see it again. Who drew it, Theo? Where the hell is Theo, anyway? What is this? The snoot continues, "Does it please you to know you cost a man his day's salary?" Yeah, don't they look pleased? Ricky says, "We're sorry," and the snoot says, "That's more than adequate compensation." What do you know about Walter Good, they ask? "I know his name confirms irony as a concept." Okay, everybody get that this is Phillip, Blake's new boyfriend, and that he's a giant snot? And smart? And that he thinks he's smarter than Ricky and Sip? And that no matter how much Sip intimidates him or how much Ricky sits opposite him with his hands folded he's not going to say anything about Walter's disappearance? Because that's how it goes down.