Judge Sam shows up to the rainy meeting point, where several SUVs wait. Koska puts a gun to Sam Jr.'s head and tells Judge Sam he'll let him say goodbye. Judge Sam says he did everything he asked him to, so to please let his son go and take him instead. Koska says he's sorry, and is about to pull the trigger, when Angela yells for him to stop. JC walks around a corner with a gun pointed at her, and tells Jarek Koska he knows his name, his bank account number, how much money he laundered last year. Koska's not impressed that JC got info from that alcoholic bitch. He tells JC that Koska's the last one he'll ever tell, and his gang trains guns on JC. But JC says he's not alone, and Koska's phone alert beeps, showing him that his and all of his clients' accounts are being drained, obviously by Bench back at the Library. Koska tells his men the operation's been burnt. "Shoot them all." JC follows instructions much better, however, because he shoots all of Koska's gang (though doesn't kill any), and then shots Koska himself, in the leg and the shoulder. JC asks Judge Sam if his son's all right. When he says he is, JC tells him to take him home. Angela Markham's somehow disappeared when we get a wide shot, but don't worry; she'll be back. Bench is in court again, with the same D.A. from Markham's case. He's secretly slipped her bank receipts that can get Angela put away for much longer than the DWI would have. She looks around to see who left this, but Bench has slipped out.
Carter and Fusco show up where their Coldfield Holdings lead has sent them. It's the spot JC went and found Long-Haired Guy and the money. Only what Carter and Fusco find is Angela (I guess she didn't get too far before JC caught her again), Koska, Long-Haired Guy and other SP-9 members tied up with a pile of cash. JC watches from afar as the bad guys are arrested.
Judge Sam and his son play soccer in the park. JC shows up to bid farewell to Judge Sam, who says he wasn't sure he'd ever see him again. JC says he's not great at keeping in touch with people. Judge Sam doesn't know how to thank him, but JC says he doesn't need to say anything. "I'd prefer it actually." Judge Sam says he doesn't know what JC is doing or how he's doing it, but he knows that when and if people find out, he won't be able to do anything to protect him. But it would be cool if that came up someday and Judge Sam came back, wouldn't it? JC finds Bench at his favorite diner, apparently, and Bench asks what the judge said. JC: "That I don't need to worry. That he might even help us someday." Bench scoffs that he was listening to the conversation, and JC says he was reading between the lines. To be fair, that's what I heard too. Bench picks up another book (this time we can't see the title), and says time will tell which one of them was right about the judge. JC thanks Bench, who begs his pardon. "For giving me a job." Bench doesn't see this as manipulation, though, and decides to let his guard down a little. "Try the eggs Benedict, Mr. Reese. I've had them many times." He leaves JC alone. JC opens the menu to make sure this was genuine, and not another number drop, and smiles. At last!