At the Savoy, Savino gives Diane her per-diem but not, to her chagrin, the necklace. "I thought we had a deal," she says. To be fair, the deal was the necklace for drugging Rizzo -- turns out she fucked him instead. "Some things don't belong to you," Savino tells her, and she walks out.
Oh god I can't take another awkward flirty Mia-Jack scene, I just can't. Jack may be flustered due to the fact that Mia appears to be, um, a little cold in the casino. He pretends he's there to hear Diane Desmond sing, and Mia ends our misery by telling him to come back when she's not working.
Back at the sheriff's office, Yvonne and Ralph are competing to see who can stay the latest and work the hardest. Yvonne's pulled boxes of old files in the guise of organizing things. Ralph sends her out to paint the town red, and then finds a file with his wife's name on it.
He pours some Scotch. He starts reading. We see glimpses. Driver of the first car hospitalized, yet to be identified. No suspicion of foul play. I presume one or both of those facts to no longer be true.
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