Hospital. Linden follows the gurney as an EMT diagnoses the janitor's skull fracture. She tells him that Rosales is a suspect in a murder investigation. The EMT brusquely informs her she won't be able to question Rosales until after surgery. After the EMT wheels the gurney to the OR, Linden stops at a TV room, where the news is broadcasting the press barrage on Richmond from earlier that night.
A bit later, Holder rejoins Linden as she gets her arm stitched up. Despite Rosales' appetite for underage porn, Holder tells Linden that Rosales likely ran from them because of outstanding warrants for his arrest. He has a police-accounted alibi because he was picked up for DUI on Friday night and spent the weekend in custody. Linden tells Holder to keep an eye on Rosales and notify her as soon as he wakes.
Linden makes her way down to the marina to pick up Jack. Along the way, she calls Rick to tell him the bad news. She promises she'll be in Sonoma for the party that weekend, but Rick takes the chance to throw it in her face whether they're still getting married. He accuses her of not caring about the wedding (read: him). She promises to make it up to him, but he hastily tells her he has to go and hangs up as she tells him that she loves him. Considering how lovey-dovey they were mere hours ago, it seems like Rick maybe isn't the Prince Charming she wants him to be. He's only there for her if she's all about him. And something tells me that is not a role that Linden will be able to assume easily. This wedding grows less probable by the minute.
Linden heads into Reggie's boat, where Jack is sleeping after a Halo marathon. Linden digs into some leftover minestrone as she settles back into that old song and dance about Sonoma being the greener grass on the other side. Reggie wonders what's holding Linden back. She insists nothing's holding her back, then tells Reggie she can't stay long. She has to shower before heading back into work. As Reggie fetches a clean towel, Linden snuggles up to Jack on the pull-out couch and lets herself doze for the first time in who-knows-how-many hours. Reggie looks at her with maternal concern.
The sun rises on Day Three. Stan idles around his garage, looking out at the rain before he picks up his newspaper. Upstairs, Mitch finally awakes when Rosie's voice trills on their answering machine. Mitch jolts up and staggers toward the sound of her daughter's sing-song cadence. She looks around, hoping to find her daughter, hoping that Rosie's death was all a dream. Instead, she sees the machine and snaps back to reality. She approaches tentatively, then collapses in front of it. Downstairs, Stan splashes the cold water of the rain on his face before finally picking up the paper -- his own jolt of reality as he learns that Rosie's body was found in Richmond's car. He heads back upstairs and finds Mitch weeping as she listens to Rosie on the answering machine over and over again.