They don't care if we can figure out that "leap" in logic. SuperTarzan's running in slow-motion, but he's wearing that damn shirt, so what's the point? If I wanted to watch Chariots of Fire, I'd just rent it. Running, running, leaping, jumping. The same shot, but in the other direction. They add little lion noises here and there for reasons they'll never explain to us. Running, running, jumping. Tarzan flings himself high up another boat, high enough that when he looks down, the "bad guy" is running away with his "bad guy suitcase." How high up did Tarzan jump, and how did he know where the bad guy was, and why is the bad guy running but nobody's stopping him in this busy shipyard and how did Sam drive so far away so quickly? Why do I bother asking questions? Tarzan gives the bad guy a good staredown, because the dumbest thing would be to follow the man when he can actually see him right now, and instead we watch the bad guy drive off in his old green car. Oh, wait. SuperTarzan leaps off the edge of the boat, music going all old-school '70s on us, like the Six Million Dollar Man was throwing something, and SuperTarzan dives into the water.
The bad guy backs his car up and hits a few things, as bad guys are prone to do. SuperTarzan pulls himself out of the water, somehow, right onto the street where the bad guy is driving. But SuperTarzan is seconds too late, and can only hit the trunk of the bad guy car as it drives away. A wet, clothed SuperTarzan pouts.
12th Precinct. Overhead shot of Connor getting off the phone and walking over to the couch where Jane is resting, ice pack to titty, and Sam watches intently. Connor asks Jane if she's sure she's okay. "I'm fine," Jane says. "Feel like I've been kicked by a horse, but I'm fine." Connor: "Well, I've got something that might make you feel better." Jane: "Yeah? What's that?" Not this dialogue. Connor says that Rhinehart just called to turn himself in. That was him on the phone? Can I talk to him? I'd like to understand what happened in the last scene. He says that Connor might have had an act of conscience, and perhaps an ex-cop draws the line at taking out another police officer. The closed-captioning and I both go, "[scoffs]." Connor says there are units on the way, but that this is Jane's "collar," so she needs to go. Sam makes a "I just act here, I don't write this shit" hand movement toward Jane.