Jack and the AUSA walk down the street. She asks where Brad is. Jack says he doesn't know, and even if he did, he's not obligated to tell her. She promises to find him, and vows to prosecute Jack if she finds out that he "aided and abetted." Jack says the AUSA wouldn't be so smug if she didn't have an insider "spoon-feeding [her] information." The AUSA denies it, and Jack asks if it's the Beacon brothers. The AUSA tells him to keep guessing. Jack hands her a document and says that he wants every shred of information she has on Brad, including computer and phone records, by the end of the day. The AUSA thinks Jack must be kidding, and points out that with Brad on the lam, a judge probably won't side with him. Jack says he can't wait to find out if the AUSA is right, and walks off.
Charlie presses the elevator button and waits. Brit joins him and says she heard the good news about his new agent. The elevator arrives, and Brit and Charlie get on. Of course, they are the only two people on the elevator. Brit presses the stop button, and an alarm starts ringing. Charlie moves to make the elevator start running again, but Brit stops him by grabbing his arm. She says that she's done something for him, and now he needs to do something for her. She needs the rest of Barrington's journal. Charlie shrugs that he doesn't know if he can do that. Brit grabs his ear and pins him against the wall. Hee! It looks so silly because he's about a foot taller than she is and could so easily get away. Brit says, "You don't want to mess with me, junior. That is something you do not want to do." Ha! I love her. So over-the-top. Charlie winces in pain. Brit lets go and makes the elevator start moving again.
Jack is walking out of his office when Molloy calls his name. Molloy says that it's about Jack's request for the security logs. Jack guesses that he's not getting them. Molloy claims that it's not up to him. Jack asks why. Molloy claims that the firm doesn't want their client arrivals and departures known. Jack asks if there are a lot of clients arriving or leaving between 1:00 AM and 6:00 AM. Molloy asks if that is an inquiry from Traub. He adds that Traub is "a good man and well-intentioned, but prone to wild goose chases, according to his superior." Jack says that the request comes from himself. Molloy says that their clients have a right to their privacy. Jack asks if that right is more important than the right to know the truth. Molloy says that's a question for someone "of a higher pay grade." Jack nods and walks out. Molloy breaks a flower off a nearby arrangement and sniffs it. Wuh? What in the hell was that?