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Richard Belzer makes a cameo appearance as former Baltimore police detective John Munch, the character he portrayed on the Baltimore-based police drama Homicide: Life on the Street (1993–1999), and subsequently on the New York-based Law & Order: Special Victims Unit (1999–2014).

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To the shock of Bond and Pearlman, Davis is acquitted.

Greggs, assigned to the homeless killings full-time, spends an entire day getting background information on the homeless victims.

Gus and Corbett show disgust at Templeton's maudlin story about living with the homeless.

Gus sends Sun reporter Mike Fletcher to research the homeless, which leads Fletcher to Bubbles' soup kitchen.

Mc Nulty, knowing the case is a hoax, sends the surveillance teams to Freamon while allocating the extra manpower assigned to him to allow other detectives to earn their overtime pay.

Mc Nulty is overwhelmed as the bosses offer him more and more men.

Both the BPD and The Baltimore Sun prioritize the serial killer and resolve to see the case to its end.

Freamon, now able to intercept cell phone images via his illegal wiretap on Marlo, runs up against a tougher code than he expected – a simple clock face showing a different time in each picture – and he needs more manpower to see what Marlo's people are doing after they receive these messages from The Greek.

Although credited, John Doman, Domenick Lombardozzi, Gbenga Akinnagbe, Jamie Hector, and Michael Kostroff do not appear in this episode.

Mc Nulty, Freamon, and Sydnor plot to get Templeton to take a phone call from the "serial killer." Mc Nulty, posing as the killer, acts upset about Templeton's articles painting him in a sexual light and declares that no more bodies will be found in Baltimore; instead, he will simply send pictures of his victims.

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