The Police Captain wonders if William Somerset will miss being a cop.
The captain is reading a quote that was left at the murder scene of the fat g...
The Police Chief doesn't buy into Somerset's retirement.
The Police Captain wants to know where William Somerset will go now that he's...
The Police Captain wakes Mills and Somerset up from deep sleep. Apparently th...
The Police Captain isn't buying into Somerset's conspiracy theory.
The Police Captain describes the suspect, Theodore Allen.
Doe's lawyer has come to the police with a deal from Doe. Doe will show them...
The Police Chief explains that William Somerset was made to be a police officer.
Police Captain draws a line between Eli Gould and the murderer.
Somerset argues with the Police Captain about the lack of motive.
The Police Captain has something for William Somerset--it's a sample of what ...
The Police Captain doesn't want Somerset to over-think this case.
The Police Captain explains that these pieces of plastic were fed to the fat ...
The Captain picks up a phone and just answers it by saying that it's not even...
The Police Chief reads the note Somerset finds at the obesity murder scene.
The Police Chief tries to reason with Somerset, who is retiring in six days.
Somerset explains that this note is the beginning of a series of murders.
William Somerset doesn't believe that this should be Mills' first assignment.
The Police Captain picks up a phone on somebody else's desk.
The Captain is waking up Mills and Somerset who were asleep in the police dep...
The captain is describing the guy who is the suspect of the murders.
The Police Captain tells Mills to shut up.
The captain is telling everyone about the Doe's upbringing.