SPD. The boss tells Linden and Holder he doesn't care how they got Muhammed's number, but he can't keep the Feds out of the loop for long, so get a confession, stat. After he leaves, Holder says Muhammed has no prior and, thus, no reason to talk. Linden steels herself, and they go in.
Across town, Richmond visits Drexler to boldly ask for $5 million. He suggests Drexler view it as a charitable donation because he'll have a lot easier time getting his stadium if "philanthropist" is next to his name in the papers instead of "coke, DUI, or hooker." Drexler says that it'll never say "loser" next to his name, and Richmond shoots back that at least he has the balls to play a real opponent. Drexler proposes a high-stakes game: One shot. If Richmond makes it, it $5 million; if he misses, he resigns from the race.
Back at the SPD, Linden and Holder begin interrogating Muhammed. They tell him they know about his phone call with Bennet from the night before. "You just couldn't wait for your 72 virgins, huh?" asks Holder. "Or you just got a thing for little girls?"
Richmond takes his coat off at Drexler, and they exchange barbs about how Drexler was always the kid picked last and how Richmond is stalling. Richmond tells Drexler that if he makes the shot, he gets the money and the basketball he won it with because "after this, I won't be needing you anymore." Drexler says, "Guys like you always need guys like me, Richmond." Richmond takes his shot. Commercials.
SPD. Linden threatens says calmly that they'll have to hand Muhammed over to the FBI if he doesn't talk, and Holder is typically less subtle, threatening that the Virginia farm boys will pull some Guantanamo on his ass. Linden adds that his wife will be deported while his two children will be transported to a foster home since they're American citizens. Muhammed tells them to eff off. When Holder reminds him that expectant father Bennet will easily drop a dime on him, Muhammed cracks. He says "She come to Bennet's place that night. I let her in. Bennet, he did not want to at first, but I told him we must." Muhammed says they took the girl to the butcher shop because she kept crying. Linden asks if she tried to escape. Muhammed says no, that they moved her again before the cops and Feds stormed the place. He adds, "Now she is safe." He says they're waiting for passports to take the girl to Canada so her family can't find her. Suddenly things aren't adding up. Linden and Holder are both all, "What are you talking about?" Linden brings out a picture of Rosie, and Muhammad recognizes her from the papers. He confirms that she came by Bennet's that night and gave him a book, then left. He explains that he's talking about Aisha from their mosque, whose parents are planning a female circumcision. The translator explains the ritual and why a 12-year-old girl would be scared as Muhammad described "her." Of course the "her" he was talking about is Aisha, not Rosie. Linden demands Muhammad take them to Aisha.