Over at the Savoy, Tommy is already doing a shitty job of keeping watch over Violet because Mia happily gets to inform him Violet just left in a new sports car.
She's whipping through the desert, where of course Dixon is set up to catch all the speeders on this deserted stretch of highway. He has to top a hundred miles per hour to chase her down, and when he does, she gets the special kind of justice reserved for pretty women stopped by pigs like Dixon: He's willing to drop the theft charge as long as she comes to the station to pay her speeding ticket so he can hit on her some more. Essentially. She tells Dixon to give the ticket to the doofus pulling up behind Dixon, who is Tommy Stone, who I guess has some sort of homing device on Violet? Because otherwise I'm not sure how he knew where they were. At any rate, Violet drives off, and Tommy tries to buy his way out of the ticket, but Dixon won't accept the cash. Besides, they have bonding to do over what a hot piece of ass Violet Mills is, apparently.
Over at the sheriff's office, Ralph tells Catherine that Rizzo's prints were all over the phone, so I guess that means Rizzo lured someone there (or, you know, talked on the phone). Catherine's less than interested, since she thinks it's a dead end, now that flashy Agent Byrne is in town, with his chess metaphors and his desire to go after the bigwigs.
Jack comes in with the news that Latimer had been wiring money every week for the last ten months to someone named Nikisch.
The Lamb brothers head to the house of this Nikisch person, who turns out to be a lady. WHAAAT? She explains Nikisch is her maiden name, but her married name is Nadia Latimer, since she's married to Bert.
After a commercial break, Nadia explains, tears in her eyes, about how Bert came into the diner every morning, and then they got to talking and she fell for him right away. They were married six weeks later. As for the money, it's because Bert travels half the year, so he sends money for expenses. Alarm bells start going off for the Lambs.