The People vs. Clay Davis continues, with Bond in the midst of guiding Day-Day, Clay Davis' one-time driver, through his testimony. We learn that Day-Day really doesn't know what his duties were at Davis' West Baltimore Hoops charity. "Yet," Bond points out, "you drew $40,000 a year as the executive director." Well, that only proves that he was shitty at his job. Hell, the President of the United States makes $400,000 a year, and I bet he couldn't tell you what he's supposed to do, let alone a third of the Bill of Rights even if you spotted him the freedom from unreasonable searches and seizures. But Day-Day fills in the details -- that $40,000 salary went straight back to Clay Davis. "I got paid through the district office for driving him," Day-Day says. "That money I kept. And whenever I would go out to snatch some money for the senator..." Murphy objects before Day-Day can complete his thought about skimming the occasional kick-back dollar, which, admittedly, sounds like a really nice benefit that more workplaces should implement.
At the Detail Office, the computer picks up Marlo placing a call. Let's see if that fancy-schmantsy new photo-decoding equipment works its magic. Freamon and Sydnor gather round the monitor where up pops... a picture of a clock. The hands read 5:50, which Sydnor immediately assumes is a meet-up time. He's off to trail Monk, while the rest of us are left to speculate that there's no way Marlo's code could be that simple to break.