Sterling arrives home and is confronted by Stan. She immediately cracks and says that Rosie spent the weekend with Jasper. Stan calls Mitch immediately to (wrongly) say that he knows where Rosie is and is going to pick her up. She is relieved beyond words. The word travels quickly to Linden. She wonders if anyone has actually spoken to Rosie, but her boss considers the case closed and tells her to catch her plane. Holder calls her over to the burial site, but what they unearth is only a baby doll. Holder googoo-gagas. Linden is not amused.
A bit later, Stan barges into the upper-crust LMFAO crack den that is Jasper's house. He marches up to the bedroom and pulls the cover off of the naked brunette. No surprises, it's not Rosie. Just some tripped out tramp. Jasper gives Stan a smug "I told you so." Prick.
Back at the scene, Linden takes one last look around as Holder honks for her to get a move on. Rick calls her and suggests they have pizza that night after he picks them up from the airport. She tells him that sounds great but can't shake the feeling that she's missing something. She studied the map some more as he rambles on about getting a bouncy castle to entertain Jack during the barbecue that weekend. She loses her patience at the influx of dogs barking, Rick's yammering, and Holder's impatient honking. Finally, an epiphany: She sees some people walking along a road about 50 yards away. She completely checks out of her conversation with Rick to ask Holder where the road leads. He tells her the Puget Sound. She abruptly ends the phone call with Rick. They realize there's a lake on the other side. Linden tells Holder they're heading that way. They reach the lake and quickly discover a black Town Car has been stashed there, submerged underwater.
Stan calls Mitch to tell her the bad news that he hasn't actually found Rosie. She sends the boys off as she freaks out about the possibility that Rosie could have been in that park for degenerates. "Stan, tell me. What is going on?" He pulls up to a police barricade. On the other side, Linden is checking out the Town Car. She orders her men to open the trunk. With Mitch still on the phone, desperately begging to know what's happening, Stan staggers toward the barricade, praying to God that his daughter hasn't been found. But she has. Encased in a watery grave inside the Town Car's trunk. Stan screams out, over and over again, "Rosie!" Mitch has to hear it all. Holder stands back as Linden calmly tells Stan he shouldn't be here. He asks if it's Rosie. She says grimly, "I'm sorry... you can't be here." He charges at the scene, only to be held back by the police officers as Mitch hears his roars and joins in with her own howls.
Back at the Town Car, Holder tells Linden the car belongs to the Richmond campaign, who is schmoozing with his boosters as they photograph Rosie's body. Linden looks at Rosie and sees the butterfly necklace her mom said she always wore.