Tarzan's walking around some water. Crawling to tribal music, looking and thinking, crouching and jumping. He wanders along some grass, leaping some pipes.
Jane and Sam are both cross-armed, standing somewhere else in the station as Jane asks Sam to say something. I guess "time" has "passed." "What do you want me to say?" Sam asks. "Huh? What do you want me to say? John Clayton is alive? He killed one of my friends. And my other friend -- probably my best friend -- is protecting him?" Jane interrupts to say Sam doesn't understand. "No, I don't understand," Sam clichés. Okay, I guess Jane didn't do such a good job of explaining what happened, if she somehow told the story with Tarzan killing Michael. Sam then actually has to say, "Now listen to me. Serious as a heart attack, you have to bring him in." Lordy. Jane says she can't. Sam says that if Tarzan were really trying to save Michael's life, like she says, then there shouldn't be any reason why he can't come to the station. I agree. Jane says that a bunch of cops aren't going to care if it was self-defense or not. Wait. Self-defense, or Tarzan tried to save Michael? Pick a side, Jane. Sam says Jane can't just cover it up and let Tarzan "run around kicking people's ass [sic]." Sam says that Tarzan is dangerous, and Jane says again that she can't bring Tarzan in: "I need time." Sam asks what she's going to do. Jane says she needs to figure something out, but that she needs Sam to be quiet. "I won't lie for you, Jane," Sam says. "I'm sorry, but I won't do it." Thanks, partner. Jane does some staring and blinking as Sam walks off. Why is it so dark in the station?
Tarzan leaps off the highway and onto some concrete, over to a fence, and down into a junkyard. Here's a place where barefoot people should jump and roam. We zoom in on Tarzan so we can know he's on to something.
Jane's surfing the web. She leans in and blinks. She looks at the picture of the boy again, and runs her mouse over the ropes used to tied him. Jane moves her mouse over to the opened Photoshop toolbar, and selects the zoom magnifying glass. The computer blips. Jane zooms the lower part of the screen, and we can see a reflection in the corner, or something written on the floor. S.E.K. it says in reverse. So that truck in Jason's bedroom, it didn't say SEX. It said SEK, but from far away, that looks totally the same.