Across town, Stan and Belko unload a truck for a family. Stan says the bank appraisers are dropping by the house he bought next week. He's hoping he won't have to drop the price too much. Belko offers to help him fix any problems before they come and suggests he should keep the house. "Business'll turn around..." Just then, the young daughter asks for her bike. Stan reattaches the chain and tells her why it needs to be there. Belko watches as Stan relives his days teaching Rosie how to ride a bike. Stan lovingly fastens the girl's helmet on and watches wistfully as she rides down the road.
Mitch returns Rosie's books to Fort Washington, stopping in her tracks when she sees Ahmed walking in the door. She thought it would be over, but it's not.
SPD. "At least you got Sonoma," Holder tells Linden. "By the weekend, I'm going to be working security at the Space Needle." As Holder prattles on, Linden looks through the Qur'an Rosie borrowed from Ahmed. She finds a note in Rosie's handwriting that reads "Adela, Friday 11:45." As they're trying to figure it out, Amber appears outside Linden's door. Amber is hesitant to talk to them, but Linden cop-speaks that helping them will help Bennet. Amber asks, "Will it? Really?" Met with silence by the detectives, she hands over Muhammed's number and tells them about Bennet's conversation with him last night. Holder takes the number out of the room, and Linden assures Amber she's doing the right thing -- for herself and her daughter.
Ahmed heads into school to much rubbernecking from his colleagues. He ignores the awkwardness but can't ignore when Principal Meyers confronts him about their little "agreement." Ahmed says he never agreed to take time off and tells her to fire him if she thinks he's done something wrong. He heads into his classroom, which falls silent immediately. He starts to pull out his books and begin his lesson, but the students walk out one by one. Written on the board behind him is the word "KILLER" in blood red.
Downtown, Richmond visits the Imam of the Green Lake Mosque. Mosque members are painting over the walls, which has been vandalized with swastikas and phrases like "Go home," "Terrorists," and "Kill Muslims." Richmond promises to stand by the community and asks the Imam to trust him as he works with them to rebuild the community. The Imam says Adams also made all these promises years ago, and it meant nothing.