Dark buildings. It's very late at night now. Michael sits in a big leather chair and says he can pull a confession out of anybody: "It's sort of my specialty. But with Jane, I didn't. I held back. Because sometimes...the lie tells more than the truth. John Clayton. He's dangerous. To himself, to others, and especially to Jane. I can see it even if she can't. So that's why I'm here." The camera finishes its spin to reveal that Michael is talking to Richard Clayton, as Michael concludes, "I can find your nephew. And I can deliver him." Clayton considers this with a look down, a look up, and a tiny wiggle of the head as the music swells and blackout. Commercial!
I guess it's the next day, and Jane's back at work. She walks into a room where Sam is and asks, "What's going on?" Sam tells her that they picked up the two suspects from the park assault. Two? How did they do that? Anyway, one's in the tank, and the one with the rap sheet is currently in the interrogation room, getting worked over by Michael. Jane and Sam are on the other side of the mirror, looking in on the interrogation room.
In the room, Keaton swears to Michael that they didn't hurt anybody. They were drunk, and got a little crazy, but that's it. Michael holds up the iPod, which is in an evidence bag: "Explain this, Matt." Keaton says they found it in the mud and figured "some fool" lost it. "It doesn't look good," Michael whispers. "That belonged to the victim, Matt." Still does, I believe. Michael says he knows that Keaton was there, and that he hurt that girl. He then starts lying, saying that samples of Keaton's hair and his fingerprints are all over the girl's clothes.
On the other side of the mirror, Jane whines, shakes her head, and tells Michael not to do this.
Michael tells Keaton that his friend already ratted him out: "He says it was all your idea. Me? I think it was his. You were just along for the ride, right?" He then claps in Keaton's face, telling him to focus.
We get a shot of Sam watching this so that we don't think this is racist in any way.
Michael's still using his "intense" voice when he tells Keaton he's fixing to spend twenty years in prison for this. Michael repeats it for good measure.
Jane, who can't take this anymore, leaves the interrogation room.
Michael tells Keaton that if he comes clean, he'll see what he can do. Jane opens the interrogation-room door. "I need to talk to you," she says. "Right now." Michael and Keaton look toward the door. You can practically hear Keaton whistling, "Busted."