Ralph smartly says that's not a good idea, adding it might be best if Jack breaks the news to Mia. Because Jack is the most terrible liar in the world, he says he already did that so Ralph is all, I thought you came right over when you heard it on the radio. Jack, again CLEARLY LYING, is all, "Yeah, AFTER I talked to Mia, obviously, because I'd hate for her to hear on the news that her father is dead, and keep in mind I totally didn't kill him or anything."
So Catherine and Ralph talk to Mia at the sheriff's office. She doesn't recognize the dead woman, Myrna Callum, and in response to Catherine's questions, isn't aware of her father being involved in narcotics or prostitution, managing to be quite disdainful at the suggestions, because Rizzo's such a saint and everything. Catherine lastly asks if she was aware of any sort of beef between Savino and her father, and Mia asks if she has any evidence that Vincent was involved. Mia's not put off by Catherine going all "not at liberty to disclose that" and leaves, Jack escorting her.
She asks Jack what they've got on Vincent and Jack says he doesn't know, because it's not weird at all that he wouldn't know what evidence they've got, and he also kinda suspiciously presses Mia to find out what Catherine said.
Next morning, Dixon is already at work with coffee and donut waiting for his dad as Ralph pulls up, and Ralph accepts the breakfast but sees it as a bribe to get him to drop the charges against Pete. What Dixon REALLY wants is for another chance to go undercover to bust up the ring of shady mechanics, which is a great plan except for, again, Dixon being such a prominent deputy and the fact he apparently can't tell a brake pad from a sparkplug.
Savino visits Mia to offer his condolences -- and her old job back, whenever she's ready. If there's anything I can do, etc. etc., says Savino, who's also trying to see where her head is at. "I feel very lucky to have such a good friend in you, Vincent," she says. Well, grief hasn't affected her sarcasm, that's for sure.
Back at the Savoy, Vincent spots Dickie Fontaine at the entrance and wants to celebrate the new contract, but Fontaine is making tracks for the Hacienda, which is paying him more. And who's the entertainment director down there? Why, it's Tommy Stone! Vincent stands there stewing. Hey, tell him Rizzo's dead, so there's much less chance he'll die in a staged drug overdose!