Back with Sgt. Wu, Captain Renard, Hank and Nick at the warehouse, Sgt. Wu finds a shell casing and Nick panics when he remembers that he dropped his gun and never had a chance to get it earlier. He is able to grab it while everyone is distracted, but Hank sees something and files it away in his brain file labeled “Weird Nick Things”.
Of course the FBI agents show up to take over. Hank’s all “fine by me, I need a nap”. (I need a nap too. I spent my afternoon at an Apple store and I didn’t need an app to tell me that I didn’t like one person in there.)
Whatevs, I’ve got some Xanax at home with my name on them.
On his way back to the station, Nick stops by a large body of water and throws his gun and holster as far as he can (and it really wasn’t that far… just sayin’). He takes a moment to look lost in thought, but he quickly regroups and heads back to his car and stops by the station to see what his partner is up to, since they clearly don’t work together (they’re no Benson and Stabler, I gotta tell ya).
The FBI are there too and they want Nick’s gun and DNA. Nick says he doesn’t have his gun on him because he was at the hospital, but Hank is digging into his “Weird Nick Things” file and remembers his gun at the warehouse. Nick gives up the DNA because he has nothing to hide. As they head down to their cars, Hank tells Nick in no uncertain terms that he knows something is up and he doesn’t want to be left in the wind. Nick acknowledges him and then promptly leaves him in the wind.
At the station, looking at a picture of the dead Mauvais Dentes, Cpt. Renard calls his French brother, Eric, (this is the guy that was at the beating I didn’t understand from last week). Renard wants the family to be patient. The brother says the family isn’t so inclined. For a minute, I thought it might be Adalind in Eric’s bed, but I don’t think so.
Not Adalind, right?
Looks like the Maloof family is still up.
Catherine stops by Rosalee’s apothecary to pick up the last item on her list for the potion that will bring Juliette out of her coma. When Rosalee tells her the total is $300, Catherine and I both make the same WTF face. Rosalee wisely gives her a discount and she leaves. It was kinda off to see Monroe being so defensive of Rosalee, at least in this scene… I mean, she was clearly ripping Catherine off, so what’s the big fuss. Monroe should save that masculine energy for a real threat.