We're at some truck. Jane asks Tarzan where the scent goes from here. Tarzan looks around. He touches the ground, right next to the water. "It ends," he says. Well, great. That's just great. Tarzan sits down. Jane looks out on the water. Tarzan asks why the boy's father would hurt his own child. "You really care about this kid, don't you?" Jane asks. What? Okay, Detective Jump 2 Conclusions. Tarzan: "My father died. And I was lost." Jane asks if he remembers his father. He was five, not a fetus. "A little," Tarzan says, getting up. Jane says she's going to keep looking for Jason. Tarzan says he'll help, and starts to walk away. Jane grabs his arm and says, "John." Then she says he can't help, and he already said the scent was gone. Jane: "Listen to me. Your uncle's still out there and he's still looking for you." Man, how many times has that line been said in three episodes? Jane tells Tarzan to go to Xena's, because Xena's looking for him, too. Tarzan walks away.
And straight to Xena's. "Okay," Xena says, following Tarzan into his restored bedroom. "Wanna try this again?" She says she knows he's used to taking care of himself, but that this city can be dangerous, and Xena's one of the few people he can trust. She even repaired that window already. Xena sits and says she understands: "I can't make you stay. It's your choice. But I'd really like you to." She totally growls that last line, hoping that Tarzan will stay silent and TAKE OFF HIS SHIRT. No response, so Xena gets up and heads to the door. She asks him to open the window the next time he wants to leave. Tarzan watches as Xena leaves the room.
Day. Precinct. Paperwork. I am now completely asleep. Jane reads, moving her lips, because she's stupid. Sam stands under an American flag and says, "You know you move your lips when you read?" He should know that about her by now. And man, how dumb is Jane? Jane laughs, tosses her hair, and says, "How long you been standing there?" Sam asks if she's found anything. Jane says she's been looking into the family business -- S.E.K. Scrap Metal Yards: "Dad married into it." Whose dad? Sam asks what it tells her. "Absolutely nothing," Jane replies. Like this scene. Sam sits down and gets into Jane's face. "I would die for you, you know that, Jane? But I need you to talk to me." Jane gets doe-eyed again, and says, "Okay." Sam says that the suspects in Mike's murder case all report getting beat down by a wild man with long hair and bare feet on the scene. Sam's just now getting around to that? Sam: "He sounds familiar to you, Jane?" Sam reminds Jane that she never told him how she found the boy's father, something half of New York's Finest couldn't do: "But without any backup, you find Dad. That's amazing. Me, I've only seen that kind of thing happen once before, Jane. Someone who could find anyone, anywhere. But that guy's dead, right?" And then...the scene just ends. Okay.