Over at the one diner in Las Vegas, Laura and Katherine are having lunch, Katherine congratulating her for "transforming a dry cleaner into the new mayor of Las Vegas." Speaking of throwing it in someone's face: "When were you planning on telling me you're the assistant district attorney for Clark County?" asks Laura, who had to hear it at the salon. Katherine says should have been more upfront, which is fair, since a mobster's wife is used to nothing if not complete honesty. But Laura is the classic gangster's wife who defends him up and down to everyone else, so she turns it around on her: He's a businessman trying to change the city, and that scares Katherine, so she's trying to stop him and his associates with slander and (I presume) arresting them for ACTUAL CRIMES. Laura says she almost lost him twice last week, and she won't risk losing him again. She flounces out, leaving Katherine with the check. "It is, after all, a business expense," she points out. Katherine looks pained, but how did she think that was going to end?
Dozier's body is loaded up for transport, and Ralph surprises Kemp by saluting, but he quickly follows suit. And on the ride out to the base, Kemp is all, "You didn't tell me you were military." Ralph opens up about that, explaining about being in the army and being an MP and reenlisting after the war. This is all decidedly non-in your face, but Kemp feels sufficiently stupid for having acted like a jackass. "You were an MP and you didn't think of mentioning that?" he says. Aw, his feelings have been hurt! "Didn't think it was relevant," says Ralph, even though it totally was. Then some good-natured Army-vs.-Air-Force ribbing follows, but a blue pickup truck cuts in front of them, forcing them to stop. A couple of dudes in ski-masks hop out with shotguns that they train on Ralph and Kemp (Kemp is pretty groggy from hitting his head on the steering wheel).
Jack picks them up, the ambulance having been stolen. They head back to the office and figure out the killers must have realized the frame-up wasn't working and decided to take more drastic steps. Jack has learned Dozier saw a bunch of patients from the 43rd, almost all of whom have since inconveniently been flown off the base. Ralph assumes Kemp must have known about that, but he pleads ignorance.