SPD. Holder has a DMV photo of Muhammed Hamid and a GPS triangulation of his location at a downtown market. As they start to pick him up, Mitch runs into them to tell them Ahmed was at the school and ask why this investigation isn't over yet. Linden says this will be over soon and asks for a little more time. Mitch says Ahmed is behaving like nothing ever happened, and that he's walking around... "free." Her voice is low, even more broken than before -- if that's possible.
A little while later, Linden and Holder are separately canvassing the market where Muhammed is. Holder calls and says he's got nothing, snarking, "I suck at this racial profiling stuff. This TSA job ain't happening." As she walks around scanning the crowd, Linden bumps into a woman on her cell phone. She gets the idea to call Muhammed. After a couple tries, she gets a visual on him. Unfortunately, at the same time, he gets a visual on her. She chases him through the market. At one point, he sprints past Holder, who circles around. A few seconds later, Muhammed is trapped between the two detectives. He prays as Holder cuffs him.
That night, Richmond visits a bar and drinks as he listens to Nina Simone wrap her velvety voice around "If I Should Lose You." Gwen joins him, urging him to open up about his wife's death, to let people in so they can see his real side. She tells him the people need a reason to believe in him again. Richmond refuses. "Then it's really over," says Gwen. He tells her Lily loved the song he's playing, how it meant a lot to them when he was in the peak of his career, being pumped up by fellow politicians. He said somewhere along the way, he stopped listening to Lily and only to them, then, as the song goes, he lost her. Gwen urges Richmond to listen to Lily now.
Stan returns home to find Mitch crying. She updates him on what happened -- or didn't, as it were -- with Ahmed. She rages at him for telling her to trust the police. "That man killed our child, and you let him go!" Stan backs away with a horrifying look in his eyes.