Jane holds her hand out to protect herself from a taxi that has already passed by. She runs, and Tarzan runs behind her, crossing his arms over his chest to cover his delicate nipples.
Pileggi wants to know why the ambulance stopped, and where his nephew is. "I don't know," says the fired paramedic. "He got out on his own." Pileggi throws the paramedic into his ambulance. Count the crimes and misdemeanors in this episode. It should make for one hell of a court hearing. Ready: assault and battery.
A taxi beeps behind Tarzan and Jane (who has buttoned her jacket at some point while running). Jaywalking.
A jilted, terrified Pileggi wanders off, open-mouthed. "Find them," he says to Nash. They get into their SUV.
Jane and Tarzan run down their one empty alley. Jane decides they're fine now, and completely safe, so they start walking. Jane realizes that Tarzan must be cold, and as luck would have it two men are rolling a wardrobe full of coats down the deserted alley. "Hey, you know what? I need one of those." Jane gives one of the guys twenty bucks and takes a coat for Tarzan. The guys with the coats are like, "Twenty bucks? Fuck that bullshit." Jane shouts, "Calm down! I paid you!" and then walks away. Theft. Jane asks Tarzan how he hibernated like that. "You can't do it?" he asks. Jane says that most people can't play dead. She asks where he got his bruises. Tarzan says he got them from trying to get out. Jane lies that Donald Ingram now wants to help, so if they can get rid of his testimony, they'll have no case. "It doesn't matter!" Tarzan screams. Finally, a voice of reason. "It won't end." Tarzan and I are both near tears. The truth is so painful. Jane says that Tarzan will have to go back into custody for the pre-trial hearing. Both Tarzan and I interrupt, bellowing, "JANE!" And instead of "STOP THIS CRAZY THING!" Tarzan says, "Your rules will never end this." Blink, blink, blink. Go climb a roof, Tarzan. He does. "John, wait! Wait! John! John! Where are you going? I...?" And again they think that's good enough for commercial.