Daniels and Rhonda have apparently been called in to brief Burrell, who's asking, "Sobotka was a co-operator?" Rhonda says that they'd had a preliminary discussion the day before, and that Frank had been supposed to come in with a lawyer, but...you know. The shot changes so we can see that Fitz, Reese, and Rawls are sitting opposite Rhonda and Daniels. Burrell asks what's left of the case, and Daniels says that just about everyone who was implicated by the wiretaps has been arrested, though they left Spiros out, for now, possibly to lead them to the #1 in the organization. Rawls rank-pullingly asks whether Daniels has put people on Spiros, like, now he's interested, and Daniels has to admit, "He's out of pocket at the moment, last seen leaving a downtown hotel, but we expect he'll resurface." At this, Rawls looks over to Burrell with a knowing eye-roll; Burrell pooches out his lips most unbecomingly. Burrell then asks about the union, and Reese takes over to say that, given Sobotka's death, they can only bring charges against a couple of subordinates; what the FBI cares most about is the union: "Either they jettison their current leadership, or we have enough to get that local decertified." Glamorous! "Leaving only me and my fourteen bodies," brays Rawls, because God forbid that anyone should ever forget he's an asshole. "When oh when do we get to that bit of business?" Daniels is saved from answering by a knock at the door; a uniformed officer comes in to say that Lester's on the phone, and insisted on being put through to Daniels. Smoothing his coat, Daniels excuses himself to a phone in the corner, leaving Rhonda to tell Rawls that Frank was probably going to "speak to that," but now they're "a step back," since he was so rude as to get himself killed instead. On the phone, Lester tells Daniels that Nick came in. Suck on that, Rawls!
In the gritty interrogation room, Kima crabs that Bubbs hasn't given them anything good enough for him to walk on the current charges against him. "How about some murders?" suggests McNulty jovially. Bubbs sort of shrugs that off, though McNulty is dubious that no one's been getting killed in West Baltimore anymore. Bubbs claims that it's been quiet, at least since T.T.'s accidental death. Kima asks what he's got on that, but Bubbs claims he doesn't know anything: "Just two crews beefing over a corner."