Jesse then tells Kimble that he doesn't want to go back. Kimble asks, "Detroit?" Jesse says, "Prison." Kimble's jaw drops. Apparently Jesse was in for a relatively minor infraction, but if he does anything else wrong it's twenty years for him. He says he can't stand it, that people "on the outside" have no idea what it's like. Kimble tells him that it could be pretty simple, he just has to not get in a fight. Jesse shakes his head. As he walks across the street the thugs, who are hanging out by a car, eye him menacingly. Kimble sees them and looks perturbed.
Back to Chi-cago, Chi-caaa-ago, that toddlin' town. The woman police officer we saw earlier walks into Gerard's office. Apparently, he wants her to get the e-mail addresses of every police chief of every city and town and every Sheriff of every backwater burg on the Eastern seaboard, from Maine to Florida. Then, in a bizarre piece of dialogue, she tells him that this work feels vaguely secretarial, and is he asking her to do this because she's a woman. Gerard says, "If I say yes, will you just do it?" Oddly enough, SHE NODS YES. Gerard says yes, and she says, "Okay." Is Susan B. Anthony rolling in her grave yet? A) What the heck did that have to do with anything, and B) why was that phrased in such a -- pardon my fucking French -- fucking retarded fashion? If someone said yes to that same question, I would not trot unquestioningly to perform the requested action, I'd piss in his coffee and then sue his cheap-ass JC Penney's tie off. If he didn't sue me first for the coffee incident, I mean. Was this supposed to be "banter"?
Shelley spills out her purse contents on the roof of her car. She's lost her car keys. Jesse passes by and they have a dialogue -- Jesse rhapsodizes over her car while Shelley bitches and moans over the fact that she's not going to make it over to her court date for her traffic violations. Jesse manages to hotwire the car. Shelley asks where he learned to do that. Zach, standing with his group of thugs, calls out, "He learned it at Crowbar Tech!" Shelley gets out and tells Zach to stop it, or she'll tell his friends all his secrets that she knows from babysitting him. She then lists off a pretty garden-variety set of traits taken straight from Linus of "Peanuts," including thumb-sucking and blankie-dependency. Before she can get to the ones like "pulling wings off of flies" and "skinning small animals in the basement," Zach gets embarrassed and walks off, followed by his teasing thug-pals. Shelley calls after them, "Hey, don't you wanna hear how long it took to potty train him?"