Date night in a touristy-looking neighbourhood. Bunny parks his car as we hear Billie Holliday on his car stereo. Namond doesn't recognize her but says she sounds good -- "real sad." Bunny smiles, and Namond crows that Bunny thinks he's all ghetto and then he flips it and blows his mind. Bunny decides now isn't the time to tell Namond that, at this point, Bunny's mind is unblowable. As they get out, Zenobia asks Bunny if they can do this on a weekend next time, because she only had three hours after school to get ready. Bunny tells her she looks fine, and she flirts that she could look better. Darnell says that he's going to order the biggest quarter pounder they have (...um, I think it's just a quarter pounder, unless he means one on an absolutely gigantic bun), but Namond shames him by saying they're not going to McDonald's, and tells him he'll have to get a steak. This kicks off an argument over what rare or medium rare means in terms of steak doneness, and when they appeal to Bunny to break the stalemate, he kindly tells them they can just ask the waiter. Even Namond is stunned to learn that they're going to a restaurant with waiters. Whose mind's blown now, bitch?
Bubbs hears Arch up an alley and manages to scuttle to a pay phone, without being seen, to call Herc and report his 20. Now, to wait. How long could it possibly take?
Detail office. Herc, with Sydnor, is interrogating Little Kevin about Lex. Little Kevin says, "I knew the boy. I mean, I know him. But he ain't been around, though." Sydnor says that he just fucked up, referring to Lex in the past tense, suggesting that he knew Lex was dead. But Little Kevin covers that he just meant he knew Lex when he was around, before he went away. Dozerman comes to the doorway to call Herc over, and tells him about Bubbs's call. "I'm in the middle of an interview here," says Herc imperiously, as if he wouldn't have been sitting here interviewing himself if not for Bubbs. Herc tells Dozerman to tell Bubbs they'll deal with his problem tomorrow, and heads back to Little Kevin, leaving Dozerman to pick up the receiver before remembering that Bubbs doesn't have a phone and hanging up. Heckuva job. Back in the "interrogation," Herc reminds Little Kevin that since he lied to Herc on the street, Herc has no reason to believe him now. As Little Kevin maintains his bored silence, Herc tells him that he knows Little Kevin was involved in the setup for Lex's murder, because they have an eyewitness who put him there. Sydnor rolls his eyes, saying nothing, so Herc has to do the whole job himself, insisting that Little Kevin knows where Lex's body is. As Little Kevin continues ignoring Herc, Sydnor stomps out. In the anteroom, he tells Dozerman that what makes an interrogation work is leverage. "We don't have leverage?" asks Dozerman incredulously. "Motherfucker, you don't even got a body!" snaps Sydnor. God, he must really miss the good old days.