Tribal music and police sirens begin as Sam and Jane go to their car. It races off through the empty New York City streets, and we pan up to find Tarzan (Or Tarzan's stunt double, since it's only a shot of his hair) standing on a rooftop, staring at the car as it drives away. He walks out of frame.
Sam's car pulls up to some dock. How did they know where this Bolinsky guy was? They just walked away, got in the car and drove here. Sam parks his car not in a spot, but in the middle of the street. Jane and Sam get out. They walk up some nearby stairs. We hear a boat horn and some seagulls.
Shot of the side of a ship. How the heck did they know to come out to a shipyard? A construction crew works on the ship. Jane walks out and flashes her badge. She says to a man in a hat, "Hi, there." That's a variation on "Hey," at least. She says she's looking for a Steven Bolinsky. The man says he's around somewhere, and then points at the man standing right below him: "There he is." As he calls out to Steven, Jane starts to protest, and for some reason when Steven sees two plainclothes-dressed people, he books it as fast as he can, running away from his job. I guess he's still guilty of something, huh? "He's running, he's running," Sam tells us. Steven's last job was playing one of the thousand Eminems that followed him into the Radio City Music Hall a few years ago for the VMAs. Jane runs after Steven, and the music kicks it into high gear. Steven falls, as all people who run must do. He gets back up again. Sam just now takes off and shouts that he will stop chasing Steven if he goes into the water. So now Steven knows how to get the cops off his tail. Steven hits the deck (heh) and it looks like he totally smashes his face on the ground. Jane and Sam are still running down steps. Steven runs, and all these big strong men just watch him run by, all with dumbfounded looks on their faces. Maybe one of them should stop him? Whatever. Steven runs and runs and runs and then --