Speaking of always being watched: Carcetti's in a cop car, watching with a uniformed officer as a couple of undercover cops in a truck stop a guy on a bike, telling him they're looking to buy some pills. The guy noncommittally says that they're in the right neighbourhood, and we hear one of the cops ask him to go get them for him. The guy says he's on his way to work, but the cop promises twenty dollars for the drugs and ten more for himself if they do it. The guy agrees, going like one half step into an alley to score and returning immediately, complaining that the guys are lazy; the guy slinging was probably close enough for the cops to smell his breath. Anyway, the lieutenant (I assume) with Carcetti couldn't be prouder as the guy continues on his way to work and instantly gets stopped by other cops, protesting all the while that he doesn't have any drugs on him, and that they're even taking his bike. Carcetti -- still with Daniels on his mind -- gazes at the futility of it all.
Andre's store. Holley enters, greeting Andre, and introducing Bunk as a fellow detective. Holley makes nice with Andre, asking about his eye, while Bunk looks around the store, taking note of the security cameras, and the conspicuous lack of merchandise on the shelves. Holley asks Andre to tell his story again, for Bunk's sake. Andre, knowing this new interest in his tale can't be good for him, tensely says, "The boy came in." "Omar?" asks Bunk. "Omar," Holley confirms. Andre says that Omar put his 9 on the delivery woman, and told Andre to hand over whatever cash he had. "A 9, huh?" says Bunk dubiously. He asks where Andre was, and Andre says he was in his little cash cage. Bunk knocks on the bulletproof glass, saying that a 9 couldn't shoot through it, and asking why Andre came out. Andre anxiously says that Omar told him to. "Trying to save her life," says Holley pointedly, to which Andre readily agrees. But Bunk marvels that Andre was behind "Bank of England glass. Fort Knox glass!" He points to the hole Omar actually did shoot in it, and asks who shot it, saying that it must have been done with "an elephant gun" or something. Andre stammers that "the boy had a mask on." "Like Zorro, huh?" cracks Bunk. He asks when that happened, and Andre says that it was a couple of weeks ago, but that he didn't make a police report on it because "it got away from" him. Bunk looks at Holley, whose expression suggests that he's starting to come around to Bunk's way of thinking on this whole thing. Bunk says that Andre should come downtown to "straighten out a couple of things," but Andre defensively says that he's trying to run a business and won't go. Bunk gives Holley another look like, "You see?" Holley slowly raises his chin like, "...YES. Asshole." Bunk asks Andre for a bottle of Mylanta. I don't think Andre's going to give it to him on the house after all this.