Lt. Bubba packs a bag and interrogates Joss-Sara about his daughter's whereabouts. Joss-Sara says she called all of Alex's friends. "Well, did any of them seem to be covering?" Joss-Sara says she doesn't know, because he's the cop and she's just the wicked stepmother. A door slams downstairs, and Alex slouches by. Lt. Bubba orders her into the room and puts her through the wringer. When he points out that she forgot to call home, Alex says, "I had a pretty good teacher." Ouch. She tries to leave the room, but Lt. Bubba shouts, "Freeze!" Okay, we get it, You Are A Cop, give it a rest. (Ha, get it -- arrest? I'm funny without even trying.) He asks his daughter if she's high. Can I ask why parents always think that a missed curfew automatically means you're high? I've never seen how the two correlate. Alex says, "Am I high? Am I high? No, I'm not high." Three times saying "high" like that gives her breath away, and Lt. Bubba sniffs it out like Scooby Doo smelling Scooby Snacks in Shaggy's pot-filled pocket. He tells her he smells liquor on her breath. Alex protests that she only had one beer. What kind of a teenager doesn't know how to cover up liquor breath with onions, garlic or peppermint? Lt. Bubba sentences her to her room for a month without grilling her about how his fourteen-year-old got her hands on beer. "No phone, no friends, and no beer!" Lt. Bubba says (No shrimp stew, no shrimp pie, no shrimp gumbo, no shrimp pudding ). For some reason, the "and no beer" cracks me up. Alex tearfully goes to her room. Joss-Sara examines her wedding ring and reflects on the fact that she has more lines in this one episode of The Fugitive than Jennifer Love BoobJob allowed her in the whole series. Instead of saying this out loud, though, she just asks her husband who's going to enforce Alex's sentence if he's going to Philly Cheese Steak Town. Lt. Bubba rolls his eyes to the ceiling and sighs self-righteously.
Kimble goes to a store in New York (which is actually in Seattle's Pioneer Square, as litlnemo pointed out on the boards), and notes that the security cameras are hooked up to the NYPD and steals a leather jacket. Kimble throws the jacket outside the store as the alarm sounds, and he runs off.
Lt. Bubba is on the phone when Capt. Pushover drops by and tells him that a little piece of news just in from NYPD might alter his ETD. They view the video of Kimble looking straight into the security camera (to make sure they get a clear view of his face) before walking into the store. It's all so obvious even a voter from Florida could figure it out. But Capt. Pushover expresses the dissenting view that this video proves there's no way Kimble will be visiting his Pa in Philly. Lt. Bubba makes an ESP connection with Kimble and states that Kimble made sure he was seen in New York because he's definitely going to Philly.