The cops all get their pends and paper ready as Nick starts unburdening himself. Pointing at the board, he starts by saying that Spiros was "the main guy," giving Nick and Frank instructions on which cans to mislay, and later hooking Nick up with a drug connection. He points to Eton, saying that Nick went to him for re-ups until he was passed off to White Mike: "You know Mike?" Rhonda looks significantly at the board, and when Nick locates him on the board, with "Arrested" tacked up next to his photo, his sighs, "Guess you do." Moving on: Glekas fenced the stolen stuff, which went straight from the docks to his store: "But he's dead, so why am I wasting your time, right?" Looking back at the board, he says that he doesn't know Ilona; getting around to Frank, and understates that they know about him. He then sniffs, "I don't know why you got Horse's picture up there. Horse don't know shit. I'll testify to that." I guess if he's taking Frank's deal, he might as well tell what would have been Frank's lies, too. Bunk asks about "the Russian," meaning Sergei, and Nick shrugs, "He drove for them...But I also got the feeling that if somebody had to get hurt, he was probably going to be around for that part of it, too...Sergei, he just carried it like that. And also, after them girls died in the can, they told me that whoever fucked that up, they had already got to in Philly." Daniels and Rhonda lean forward, staring at Nick intensely as he goes on: "They said that whoever did that to them girls was dead." Dead, and then some. Rhonda looks to Bunk, who asks how they said it. Nick tries to remember, finally saying that Sam was "a dead end." Much like the one at the end of his neck. Rhonda writes that down.
Moving on, some more: Lester sets the photo from the Hyatt valet stand in front of Nick and asks, "Who's the suit?" Nick points to Briefcase to confirm that's whom Lester's talking about, and shrugs that he doesn't know. Bunk dubiously asks whether he's sure, since they know there's someone else above Spiros. Nick confirms that: "The Greek." He adds that he doesn't know his name. Daniels makes him look at the photo again, to make absolutely sure that Briefcase is not The Greek. Nick looks at the photo again and shakes his head. Everyone fidgets disappointedly, until Nick looks at the photo again and sees what he hadn't before: "That's The Greek right there." The cops practically leave skid marks on the floor in their haste to see whom Nick is pointing at, and then all seem even more disappointed that they've been bested, so far, by someone who looks no more threatening than a retired barber.