Carter finally shows up Sully's, but she finds him dead on his kitchen floor. Freshly dead, though, so that she manages to chase the shooter outside, while they're both shooting at each other. But he gets away before she makes it to the street. Fortunately, though, she hit him and he left a little blood in the doorway. We've got some DNA results, folks. Let's hope it's someone good.
JC's still driving Zoe, who still doesn't like what he's listening to. This time it's the news about Vertanen, and a competitor getting an inside tip. JC wonders if someone got a big payday, but she says it's not as big as you'd think, but Dana Miller's family got a healthy donation. JC exposits that he also heard Lieutenant Gilmore is facing corruption charges, so he must have crossed the wrong person. She tells him to keep his eyes on the road. They both sort of smirk. It's very cute. He lets her out somewhere in the city, and tells her to stay out of trouble. She says it's not going to happen, but he's got her number. He's got all your numbers, lady. They have excellent chemistry. I do hope we see her again.
Next week: Carter has a witness to something (Sully's murder? Vincent DeLuca's? Marlene Elias's?), and it's my forum moderating namesake, Enrico Colantoni. JC and Bench take him into their own version of witness protection -- which we all know is the best kind.
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