Sarah notices a messed-with bag in the evidence box that has something with the casino logo on it, which I presume is the key, which I/Sarah got so interested in that I/we nearly missed the next thing he says.
Carlson: "I understand you were supposed to get married today. Sonoma, right? Nice place to raise a family."
Dang, Duck. That was cold as ice. Cold as this dreary Seattle weather. The worse things get, the more of that dignity she has. I guess that's the only option. I guess that's how she's survived her life so far. Sarah Linden is taking it in the teeth this week. You have to love her, but man. I wish Holder would wake up and give her a great big hug and make all her problems go away right now. Because what has she got? No home, kid's cracking up, Regi can't even really stand her to any large degree, and now she has no job. All she has is the Killing, and she's been edging off the grid all season, so I guess now she will just be thinking about Rosie non-stop and barely able to do anything about it. For a bunch of people that keep telling her not to get crazily focused on Rosie, they aren't doing much to distract her.
Gwen: "How about this random idea?"
Jamie: "Think bigger."
Gwen: "Maybe black people."
Jamie: "Maybe. What's going on with the Mayor on TV?"
Mayor: "Waterfront, Chief Nicole, blah blah."
Jamie: "So then I guess his whole campaign is about the waterfront stuff."
Gwen: "So let's keep him from getting it back, and make that our campaign instead."
Jamie: "As long as everybody on this entire show just talks and talks about waterfront construction projects, people will keep watching it."
When Sarah gets back to Jack, Jack is gone and the place is crawling with cops. Two non-surprises. But the really horrible part is how the cops keep calling her "Miss Linden." It's a name, like a name a person would be called, but when anybody says it to her it's like a horrible weapon. She sits in her car for a second to meditate on Jack's whereabouts, and then figures it out.