Joey and JC walk down the street, and Joey explains why he's in this: He doesn't have a debt, but more like an obligation. JC asks if he has kids, but Joey says no and wonders why JC asks. JC shrugs it off and asks if the others have debts, and Joey says Straub has gambling debts. JC checks in with Bench, who says the girl is Amy Myles, daughter of Stacy Myles, with no father listed. He's checking hospital records. JC says he's going to check on Straub. He stalks him to Latimer's bar, where luckily they're chatting outside so JC can hear. Straub complains about how he's not getting enough money, but Latimer says this is how it works. Straub says the people he owes will take away his mom's apartment if he doesn't get more money. Latimer tells him there's a big score tonight if they do it right. It's $400 grand: $200 for Latimer, and $200 for the guys. Straub's not thrilled at dividing that four ways, so they step inside, and Latimer tells him he can pay off his debts with this, and join Manny and Danny in the land of margaritas. He shows Straub a picture of Danny Platt and Manny Santos, who worked hard and are enjoying their retirement. Straub wonders what happens if there are casualties; is the split still 50-50 with Latimer? Latimer says it is, but they'll make it out since they're a unit.
NYPD. Molina's found a guy who was discharged six months ago: Teddy Dalloway. He's a big guy, but that's not what gave him away. He shows her a security picture and she notices he's left-handed. So they put a GPS lock on his phone, so they can follow him if anything comes up.
JC let's Bench know the gang's picking him up tonight, but Bench doesn't want him going in with them. He dads it up, telling JC he did not understand infiltrating the gang to mean "join them in their robbery." He refrains from asking JC if the gang jumped off a cliff, would he do it too -- but you know he's thinking it. JC has no choice, because he doesn't trust Straub and needs to keep Joey safe. JC asks him to monitor the police band for him. They're in their chimo van heading toward some place where they'll need heavy artillery. Straub passes out machine guns. Carter and Molina are already in the area, since Teddy's GPS is here. The guys mask up and break into a mafia gambling place. Carter and Molina call for backup, and Bench hears the call. He tells JC, and then gets even pushier about it. JC tells the gang the police are coming. They ask how the hell he knows, and he says he's got a police band earpiece and the cops have the address. They load up some money, but Straub doesn't want to go. A mobster pulls a gun, so the gang finally flees. In the alley, Straub snots that he doesn't hear any cops, and they left $100 grand up there. Sirens blare, and Joey tells Straub they're damn lucky JC was listening in. Carter and Molina show up, and just find a bunch of gamblers and mobsters. Carter practically cries.