Sheriff's office. The Sheriff is grilling her like a cheese sandwich and twisting her words so that he can slap Jesse's ass in jail.
Back to Gerard's office. He's walking with Lab Dude. The Lab Dude says that all the prints on the passports were Kimble's except for one, but that there's too much other stuff to do to ID someone from one fingerprint. Gerard then tells him that he wants everything from the Kimble case pulled in so everyone can go over it with a fine-toothed comb. Just then Gerard spots his wife or girlfriend, and they start making out.
Back to Billy's Tavern. The Sheriff walks in and ascertains from Billy that Jesse was at the tavern, all alone, on Sunday night doing inventory. Billy gets his big ole dander up. Good for Billy.
Jesse and Kimble walk toward the bus. Kimble tells Jesse to say goodbye to Shelley for him. Jesse says, "Like she'll even remember you after a week." Kimble retorts, "Like I'll even remember you after an hour." They grin. Then they kiss. Just kidding! Jesse then tells Kimble thanks for "being slightly less of a tool than most human beings." At least that's what I think he said -- the codeine cough syrup really kicked in at that point. Kimble says dryly, "I think I'm gonna cry now." Jesse grins and says, "Well, do it on the bus, this is getting creepy." I second that one, friend. They knock fists and Kimble gets on da bus.
Wistful music plays as Jesse walks down the street. Suddenly he's surrounded by the Sheriff and his deputies. Kimble's bus pulls away, and passes by the Sheriff. Of course Kimble sees Jesse being cuffed by the deputies. We all know what happens next. Wait for it -- oh yes -- Kimble gets off the bus and goes to the Sheriff's office. The minute he sets foot in the office, things get all slo-mo, and every glance seems a Menacing One Full of Portent. Kimble keeps seeing holsters and handcuffs in close-up, an affliction he should really see a therapist or possibly an ophthalmologist for, and there's some major Darth-Vader-y breathing effects going on.
Kimble talks to Jesse through the bars of Jesse's cell. Kimble tells him he knows he didn't do it, that he saw Jesse in the bar, and Jesse shakes his head and tells Kimble off for thinking something that simple is going to get him out. Kimble says he's going to tell the Sheriff. Jesse starts to get hopeful.