No Day 11 marker, but Linden's running on what looks like the next morning. It gets more and more intense as she runs faster and faster by the waterfront with a ship blowing its horn loudly nearby. She runs until she sees a ferry sign that says "Seattle-Kulamish." Two ferries are listed on it; one is called "Adela" and, sure enough, has an 11:45 p.m. departure. She runs on down to climb aboard the Adela that's at the dock now. Mitch goes through paperwork in her office, exasperated. Stan stares out a jail window. Gwen look at a frozen frame of Rosie and Richmond shaking hands. Linden heads out on the ferry, which approaches a giant sign for Wapi Eagle Casino with a symbol that matches Rosie's mysterious keychain. Bingo.
Next week: Lady Lola's back, and there are only three episodes left. Linden's still in her running clothes all episode, trying to get the casino to show them security camera footage, telling someone they know nothing about her or her son, looking solemnly at Jack, leading Holder somewhere that she knows Rosie went to, and then telling him that Jack didn't show up at school this morning.
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