Chief pulls his car up outside of the gay bar, and lights a cigar.
Tommy uses his cell phone to call the numbers he found on the paper in Janet's house. They're numbers from real estate agents. The one he calls first is located in Wichita, Kansas. Tommy is shocked.
Chief spots Vinny, his prime witness, exiting the gay bar. He walks over and speaks to him. Vinny says there are twenty or thirty guys inside who'd like to kick his ass. Chief says that he didn't come there looking for a fight the other night, or now. Chief knows that Vinny and some others saw Teff throw the first punch. Chief wonders if they would serve as witnesses for him. Vinny says that the funny thing about gay-bashers is that they're all tough guys until they get caught. That's not really funny, is it? Vinny says that he and every other guy in the place saw Chief throw the first punch. Chief looks distraught.
Tommy drinks a beer in his living room and talks to Jimmy. He wonders why Janet chose Kansas. Jimmy wonders if Tommy's planning on going there, and Tommy says he's not leaving. Jimmy is relieved and explains that he's stuck there, and wouldn't be able to leave with Tommy. Tommy says he's got enough worries without being responsible for his cousin's ghost. Jimmy can't believe Tommy feels that way after everything Jimmy's done. Tommy wonders what Jimmy has done for him. Jimmy says he listens to Tommy bitch and moan, and babysits his demons. Tommy tells Jimmy to go haunt someone else, and suggests that he take the other ghosts with him. Tommy yells at Jimmy to get out just as Chief walks in. Tommy says he was yelling at the game on TV, and offers Chief a drink.
Chief and Tommy sit at the table with beers. Tommy tries to find out why Chief is there. Chief talks about his father, who was a cop. His father retired so that he could travel with Chief's mother, but three days into his retirement, he tried to blow his head off with his service revolver. Tommy is shocked. Chief says that his father missed, though, and that the two of them were in the hospital. Chief asked his father why he did this after busting his ass for thirty-nine years and finally getting free. His father said he couldn't live without his family. Chief thought he meant his wife and kids, but his father meant the guys on the job. Tommy doesn't look shocked to hear this. Chief starts crying and asks, "What have I done? Jesus Christ, what have I done?" Tommy has no smart answers this time.
Tommy sees Chief to the door and promises that everything will be fine. Tommy walks back into the house and sees Jimmy there. Jimmy promises that he'll always be there. Tommy doesn't seem very comforted by that. He turns out the lights and pours himself a tall glass of whiskey, and then heads upstairs to bed.