The Sheriff walks over to Jesse and says, "My boy is bleeding like a stuck pig and you don't hardly got a mark on you. You got something to say to that?" The really fat bar owner, who is Jesse's uncle, says, "Jesse! The Sheriff is talking to you!" Jesse says he didn't do anything wrong. The Sheriff puffs out his chest and says, "From the looks of it you didn't do much right, either, son!" He tells him he's "crossed the line" and if he does it again he'll have him (the Sheriff) to contend with. The Sheriff snorts at Bill that he can't see why he took on the responsibilities of fatherhood again. Bill shrugs and says his sister needed a break and he agreed to take on Jesse for at least a school year. Kimble and Jesse both look a tad bit uncomfortable during this convo.
Outside, a Sheriff's deputy is telling Zach they need him for the big game next week, and to give him the keys. Zach whines at his dad, "What did you do to Jesse?" His dad barks, "I gave him his warning. Now you're gonna get yours. Get in the car!" Zach whines AGAIN, "I didn't do nothin'." That damned boy has more whines than a cellar. Ba dum bump.
Back to Chicago. Gerard is sharing all the bits and pieces of info about Fred Johnson that he's gotten from Kimble with his superior officer, including the assault and battery charges in Miami. The officer is examining the passports and comments that the work is great. The officer says that maybe there was a one-armed guy, and Johnson's it. And that maybe Gerard's concerned that he missed something. Gerard quirks an eyebrow and says, "You oughta book yourself on Letterman." Oh how clever. I believe that this is what corporate dudes call "synergy," except that when you're cross-pollinating a show, you should do it on one people actually watch. Otherwise it's called "lame-ergy." The other officer says, "Meanwhile, we've got one of these. Oh yeah -- what do they call it? Murder." He hands Gerard another case file.
Back to S.C. The thugs are crossing the street. Kimble and Jesse are in a truck that takes a right immediately after them. Jesse says, "Oh great, today ought to be a fun day." He and Jesse start discussing the fight. Jesse asks how Kimble can go all "Dalai Lama" when someone starts pushing him around. Kimble says he should just look at the guy pushing him and be glad he's not him. Jesse points out that if he didn't have Kimble's back covered in the bar, Kimble would be drinking his coffee through a straw. Kimble says, "Man, why do you think I keep you around?" Whenever Timothy Daly has to say something ostensibly young/slangy/hip, he always spits it out like it has a bad taste.