Suddenly, the website says, "BRIX96: Have you seen the man who killed Helen Kimble?" and the scanned-in passport, text and all, appears on Lt. "You're My Obsession" Gerard's screen. He picks up the phone. Kind of stupid move on their part to put up the full passport, since Gerard knows Kimble has it in his possession. Gerard gets his assistant on the phone and asks her to pull up a name and home address based on an AOL account (AOL placement #2). Except that it's actually BRIXIUS96@wb.com. The Warner Brothers site is also where DrRichardKimble.com is located. Which, oddly enough, is owned by AOL Time-Warner, and even stranger is the fact that I work for AOL Time-Warner when not delivering recaps to Mighty Big TV. Gasp! Maybe I'm the One Armed Man! Joss-Sara walks in the hotel room as Lt. Absentee Husband is packing. He doesn't notice her death stare as he tells her that Kimble is in Myrtle Beach. Joss-Sara says sarcastically, "So you're just going to fly out of here and go to South Carolina?" Lt. "Wouldn't See A Divorce Coming Until He Was Served Papers" Gerard blithely tells her it's a great lead. Joss-Sara throws the keys on the bed, and it hits Gerard that he forgot about water-skiing. Joss-Sara tells him they went without him, eventually. He says he'll explain to Alex. Joss-Sara tells him that he's a good cop and has nothing to prove in that department, but he's sucking in the husband-father department. "I can only say I'm sorry," Gerard says. Joss-Sara tells him he can stuff his sorrys in a sack.
Chuck plays the video of Gerard telling reporters outside the courthouse that he doesn't believe in One Arm. Kimble comments that Gerard believes One Arm died years ago, and wonders how a cop like Gerard could be so wrong. Chuck puts forth the idea that Gerard's judgment "is a little clouded. Maybe there's a whole other reason why he can't let this one go," and he pulls up an article, which Kimble leans forward to read. I'm wondering who was on site to photograph Gerard's car going over the edge, and if they were there, why they didn't try to help.