Out in the corridor, Caruso and Andrew talk privately. Juliet is waiting by Logan's door when he exits his classroom. She walks over to him. "You know what's funny? I could have sworn I saw you come out of your classroom after Tessa and I had already started fighting." My mother calls, and says, "She couldn't have seen anything. She and that other girl were rolling around on the floor and he had to break through the crowd to get to them." I tell Mum I know. She tells me to make sure I put that in my recap, so there ya go. Now, back to Juliet and Logan. Juliet: "You didn't really see who started it, did you?" Logan: "You know, this is the second time in two years I've had the pleasure of Tessa Banner in my classroom. I know exactly what kind of student she is. But you? Everyone deserves a fresh start." Oh my goodness. When I first heard Jason Dohring was joining the cast, I was hoping he and Sarah Michelle Gellar would fulfill some of the unwritten Logan/Buffy cross-over fan fic that's been cluttering my brain for years, but now I think he's going to have an affair with the kid. And what's worse? I kind of want him to. Oh Guilty Pleasure Television, when I'm with you, I don't even recognize myself.
Precinct: Henry can't identify any of the items in the photos. He tries to cast doubt on the anonymous caller, and then stupidly asks, "Don't you have to be missing for 24 hours before you're even considered missing?" He Cop: "Well now I'm confused, Mr. Butler. Do you want us to find your wife or don't you?" Henry says, "Of course I do. Can you blame me for not wanting to believe any of this -- for hoping this is a terrible mistake?" The detectives are called out of the room and leave Henry there to stare at the pictures of the rags and vase shards. When they return, She Cop tells Henry he's free to go, and asks him to call if he hears from his wife. Henry's confused as he thought they said he'd have to be there a while.