Daniels leads McNulty to another interview room, so I can only assume this exchange will end with McNulty getting slammed in the face with a phone book a few times. Closing the door, Daniels reminds McNulty that he was supposed to keep Daniels informed. McNulty disingenuously whines that Bunk just caught a murder, which might not having anything to do with Barksdale. Daniels spits that he just came from Burrell's office, where Rawls was selling McNulty out. McNulty looks surprised and wounded by this, as though he'd completely forgotten about Rawls's fingers in his eye and asshole. McNulty squeaks, "What did I do?" Dude, quit trying to be cute! EVERYONE IS ON TO YOU! Daniels disabuses McNulty of any idea he may have had that if Rawls tried to get McNulty fired, Phelan would stick up for him, adding, "You should have come to me. We bring this business to the deputy first, we got a shot. But no, you out there all alone, jumping bad."
Daniels stalks out of the room; McNulty follows, asking if Daniels has Burrell's ear. Daniels says that he does, on this case. "Well then, how come they sent you every worthless hump in plainclothes?" Ouch. That one's gonna sting Daniels, who can't really argue against it given...Prez. Daniels is silent, so McNulty finally tells him, "Look, I wanna do this case." "So do I," steels Daniels. McNulty basically says that he won't trust Daniels until he gets "all the way in" on the case. Daniels works his jaw some more, and then indicates the interview room, asking, "Who is he?" McNulty identifies D'Angelo: "Nephew to the king." He admits that he doesn't have anything on him for Gant's murder, and says they picked him up to "press him. See what kind of flex he shows." Bunk and Kima return with their coffees, and Daniels takes off, telling McNulty, "She goes in with you." "We don't need her!" McNulty whines. "Bunk and me, we got our own rhythm!" And she probably interrogates like a girl! "You want me in, McNulty?" snaps Daniels. McNulty silently accedes. Daniels tells Kima to follow McNulty's lead; she nods. With a final warning glare for McNulty, Daniels leaves. McNulty takes a slip of paper out of his jacket, telling Kima to run "tag and title" on a pair of trucks. "Been there," she replies simply. "Info's already in the file." Off McNulty's shocked look, Kima says, "Y'all weren't the only lawmen down in the canyon today." "Really?" says McNulty. "Where were you?" Kima heads into the interview room. "Where was she?" he asks Bunk. She's probably better than you at satisfying a woman, too, Jimmy. Yeah, I said it.