Could be worse, though. Could be Sevigny. At least I'm still in love with Parker Posey. Or hell, maybe they'll toss Elsbeth in there and just actually have some bizarre woodland glen Witch's Sabbat. Grace can find a whole new way to be annoying and Alicia can just roll her eyes all the way around.
DEPUTY STATE'S ATTY
Dana: "Exactly how bad is this going to get?"
Cary: "Real bad. I need you to take a step back from court, and do some child support enforcement. It's degrading, see, because women and children are useless."
Dana: "You need? Or Peter needs. Because you were right there with me on the bribery thing."
Cary: "The office of the State's Attorney needs."
Dana: "Oh, fuck you. You knew I was following Wendy's orders, and now I'm taking the public hit."
Cary: "Dana, I mean..."
Dana: "Did you think I was going to be cool with this? Sorry, have we met?"
Cary: "I promise it won't be for long."
Dana: "I am going to do something very bad, probably. Later."
Samir's no help finding Pink Damascus or Sara, although maybe if Kalinda can zero in on a neighborhood he can help get closer, and then they can figure out what's going with Sara so Jimmy (will stop screwing with the class action) can be reunited with his sister. Samir drops out just long enough to scare the shit out of her -- there's screaming outside -- and then vanishes for good. Kalinda and Caitlin call up Edelstein, next: Turns out Pink Damascus publishes under a Sleuth account, so he could help them track her down if he wanted. And since this whole thing about perception, Kalinda's actually able to spin it as him prioritizing company policy over the life of a 23-year-old girl...
Cut to Kalinda making contact with Pink Damascus, a thirty-year-old guy in Kansas. (Kalinda supplies this last detail from the stuff in his house, and his total nervousness the second she brings it up.) It's easy enough to flip him, between that and the felony fraud charges she threatens him with. Whence? Who knows. She works for a law firm, and that's scary enough. Soon, she's got an IP address on the origin of the Sara photo, and she's taking that back to Samir. Everything's coming up Sharma! I hope something terrible doesn't happen to Samir, don't you?
ETHICS IN MOTION
Alicia drops by to prep for Gross's testimony, but Will's distracted and she can't figure out what's going on until he invites her in for a closed-door meeting. He explains the current Board situation quickly, and she's aghast.