Dude in the purple jacket says the bowling alley is closed, so unless they want him to call the cops, they should get out now. Yeah, because the guys who stole all the diamonds are going to CALL THE COPS. "My jacket. Give it to me," says Cameron. Ha ha! You're wearing a girl's jacket! "Come and get it," says Buddy. Cameron merely pulls a gun on him. "Come and give it to me," she says. Buddy quickly complies, and Tristan also hands over the stolen goods. Sarah says there's a credit card missing, which the third guy fishes out of his breast pocket. "We used it on the arcades. We'll pay you back," mumbles Tristan. You know, it's been years since I've been in an arcade, but do you need a CREDIT CARD these days? Good lord. I would have bankrupted my parents playing Double Dragon.
Sarah looks over at the pairs of shoes lined up by the table, and counts four of them. "Where's the other guy?" she asks. The three amigos play dumb, so Sarah goes to look for him. "Stay here," she tells Cameron, and walks off. Cameron stands there for a moment, and then calmly starts shooting the three guys, needing to take a couple of shots to finish Tristan off. Sarah stares at her, partly horrified, partly not at all surprised. "They knew where we live," she says.
Sarah doesn't say anything, just heads to the men's room to check it out. She surprises some kid -- noticeably younger than the rest of his now-deceased gang -- in a stall. Holding her gun on him, Sarah asks if he knows the guys out there. You know, that really should be knew the guys out there. The scared-shitless teenager nods. Sarah tells him that he was never here, and he never saw her: "You don't know what happened here, understand?" Sarah says if he ever says anything about what happened here, she'll hunt him down and kill him. She leaves the men's room. "Clear?" asks Cameron. Sarah says yes, and Cameron doesn't look like she entirely believes her.
The detective strolls into an interview room to tell a waiting Ellison that the witness is a nutjob and the judge tossed his statement in five minutes, so Ellison's free to go. He apologizes for Ellison's having to go through all this. "That's it?" says Ellison. "You're a smart guy, Jim. Take 'yes' for an answer." The detective stiffly holds out his hand for Ellison to shake, which the confused former murder suspect does.