Josh hops back into the car and shows an anxious Veronica the coins. He also produces the CD, and says that it's got his dad's handwriting on it.
At the sheriff's station, Keith gives Sacks the gun and asks him to test for powder residue. Just then, Lamb emerges from his office and tells Sacks to get a move on. Keith recognizes the address Lamb mentions as the O'Dell residence, and Lamb says that it's a breaking and entering report. Keith speculates that it's Grieco, and asks if he should come along, since he's dealt with him before. Lamb snarkily turns down the offer: "But I'll give you a call if I need any backup." Interesting to note that Lamb's last words to Keith are a sarcastic canine-themed pun. I suppose it works for me.
Cut to the O'Dell residence. Lamb instructs Sacks to stay outside and make sure Grieco doesn't escape. He enters and impresses us all with his military precision in handling his gun, but all that is for naught, as he hears Grieco shouting from upstairs. He starts up...
...and outside, Keith pulls up. That's...odd.
Inside, Lamb opens the door to a bedroom. He moves in, sees someone pointing a gun at him, and shoots -- but it was only a full-length mirror casting his reflection. I wonder if death constitutes payment of the seven years of bad luck. Anyway, Lamb drops his guard for no real reason, but then sees a shadow behind him. He wheels around, and Grieco clocks him with a baseball bat, which he was apparently using to tear up the place. Grieco gets two hits in before the unseen Sacks shoots him dead. Just as well -- in heaven, he'll get to be Johnny Depp. Sacks kneels by Lamb, who utters the M*A*S*H-inspired line, "I smell bread." Toast is more like it. Sacks then whirls and points his gun, but it's Keith. Way to almost die for no reason there, Keith. We certainly don't need two of those. Although between Cicero, Brutus, and Cassius on Rome and Simone on Heroes (I'm assuming, don't email me), maybe killing regulars this week was some sort of showrunner RDC challenge. Anyway, Sacks's mustache is very shaken, so Keith instructs it to go call for an ambulance. Keith checks Lamb's pulse as we go into the last commercial break.