Outside, the brothers note the nice house and new Cadillac and figure that a lot of diet shakes must have been sold. Ralph tells Jack to look into Fairline, while he goes to lunch with Catherine. That doesn't seem like a fair distribution of duties, until Ralph points out that they're discussing the Rizzo murder.
Still, he's thrown for a loop when he arrives at -- where else? -- the diner and finds Catherine there with Agent Byrne, and it turns out that under Kennedy's direction the FBI is setting up a field office in the city, since there's just a tad of mob activity here. Ralph gets a little growly at what he seems to feel is someone encroaching on his turf (professional and romantic).
Byrne also brought the fingerprint analysis, but they don't have a match for the third man yet. Then he launches into a tired chess metaphor in the service of explaining how he's going to take Savino down, with the skim guys being the pawns, and... anyway, Catherine certainly seems turned on.
Anyway, over at Savino's office, the movie producer -- after he finishes with an "I am bald and have a tiny penis and here's how I compensate" story about fishing for sharks -- grossly tells Savino that he's worried about the "unsavory element" that might go sniffing around Violet when he's back in L.A. He's concerned merely as he would be for his own daughters, of course. Vincent volunteers Tommy to keep an eye on her, which Silver appreciates, even as it takes Tommy by surprise.
Mia comes in, toting the now cash-free suitcase used for the skim, thoughtfully left downstairs by the FBI. Savino's got to figure something out: "No way this wingtip puts me out of business," he says.
And as Fairline boss Dr. Thrane (played by Mark Harelik, who had sex with Tracey Flick) explains, Fairline partners buy at a discount and then sell to friends and family. So it's an Amway-type thing, so suddenly justifiable homicide seems a real possibility. The Lambs, though, are confused to learn that contrary to what Mrs. Latimer thought, Bert didn't travel at all. His boss explains that in the last few months, Bert's sales started dropping, and he missed meetings, and he was periodically getting threatening phone calls from someone with a Russian accent. In fairness, doesn't anything spoken with a Russian accent sound threatening? Or did I just watch too much Rocky IV as a child? [Note: Works for The Americans -- Rachel.]