Meanwhile, in a limo close by, Mr. Ross is reading over Vasick's bills. "Five hundred sixty dollars for room service and fifteen hundred dollars for overtime?" Mr. Ross reads incredulously. Vasick shrugs, "Stakeouts, that sort of thing. I'm sure I mentioned it." Mr. Ross reminds him that he's lost Kimble twice: "You're no better than Gerard. At least he didn't submit expense reports for rental car upgrades and pay-per-view porno!" Hee. Mr. Ross throws the bills back at Vasick and tells him he's fired. "You want these bills paid? Sue me," Mr. "I'm not as nice as Dr. Anspaugh" Ross tells the bounty hunter. Vasick leans in threateningly and gives Mr. Ross his take on his psyche: "Mr. Ross, do you think it's possible that a man who loses a daughter never gets over it? A rich man who's used to getting everything in this life that he wants -- do you think a man like that becomes so frustrated, so angry, and so mad that one day he could just lose his mind and not even know it? Sir?" Mr. Ross gives him A Look.
Later, Cpt. Pushover -- now elevated to Chief of Detectives Pushover -- is speaking with Mr. Ross, who is telling him that he begged his daughter not to marry Kimble. "The fights we had, well, I wish I had been wrong about Kimble and I wish I had been right about Gerard. I thought he was after the same thing I was but he's after some idea of justice. And that bounty hunter? He's after my money. Everybody wants something," Mr. Ross says self-pityingly. Well, if you go through life paying people off in order to get them to bend to your will, that's all they're going to expect from you. Get over it. Mr. Ross says he just wants the man who killed his daughter. "So do I," Chief Pushover says. "You want power," Mr. Ross barks. "I'm going to give it to you. Now show me what you can do, Chief." Sigh. Has he learned nothing from my little homily above? Chief Pushover leaves.