Red and Savino are discussing the problem when Ralph and O'Connel come in. Ralph says an innocent woman got killed because of him. "I'm sure Borelli had it coming," says Ralph, and says the retaliation is because of Cornaro, and he's sure whoever killed Cornaro was either somebody in this room or someone ordered to do it by somebody in this room. Obviously, Savino isn't going to open up to Ralph about this, so the sheriff gets on his radio and gives the order for his men to stomp in at the Savoy and take over the place, sending the customers scurrying for the exits.
Mia freezes out Jack, who probably ought to know better than to go for anything other than detached professionalism in a situation like this. "I'm can't believe you're doing this to me," she says to him, icily. "I wouldn't expect something like this from you," she adds. I have zero idea what that even means.
Over in Chicago. Johnny Rizzo enters a dimly lit diner (to talk to Angelo, who says things have been going downhill ever since they put Savino in at the Savoy. Rizzo eggs him on: "If Red's ready to take another shot at heading the Savoy, what in the hell do we need Savino for?"
Police work being done! We find out that the killer worked with a rare weapon used mainly by the Czechoslovakian military, and that the same weapon was used to kill Cornaro's secretary and boyfriend. Also! A jeweler a block and a half from the crime scene has reported a car that's been parked outside for hours, with no sign of anyone coming back for it. Ralph sends Dixon to check out the car, and Dixon is pleased at the outdoors assignment. That kid's got a head for this work, says Jack, in the obligatory reference to how well Dixon's taking to the work that gets made every episode. "That makes one of you," jokes Ralph, who then needs Jack's help to speak like a human being to a grieving Mr. Dobbs when he comes in.
Savino's eating with Angelo and Rizzo (with Rizzo comically attempting to withhold the salt from Angelo on his doctor's orders, almost earning himself a bullet for his trouble). Angelo explains that Milwaukee wants payback and Borelli was just the start. Savino tries to protest, but Angelo knows Savino did Cornaro, and points out that Milwaukee has nothing to lose by burning Vegas to the ground, so it's time to make peace. "In order to iron things out, I gotta let go of the problem that started this whole damn mess in the first place. The Tumbleweed," says Angelo. Savino protests again, but Angelo says he's trying to not only save the casino but save Savino.