The Peyton detectives were eating lunch together, the subject of conversation being one of the victims of Mephistopheles that Lt.Peyton could have avoided if he had reported the threating notes he was receiving from Mephistopheles in the first place.
Back at Dr. Larsen’s office, Jimmy gives updates on the investigation. He admits that Mephistopheles has become an obsession for him.
Jimmy took a book that contained photographs of Mephistopheles’s previous victims to different bars. He wanted to get an insight of what had happen seven years ago with these females. He was getting nothing, for nobody remembered a single detail, specially after seven years had passed.
Patti Bukowski left her East Detroit home and her husband of three years, Gil. She spent the evenings at a plaza watching the sunsets, she was creeped out by a man who always sat beside her, an overly friendly approach to him. Patti called her husband worriedly, she wanted to come back home as soon as the creepy man started talking to her again. She turned around to ignore him. He was about to hurt the woman until he was stopped by none other than Jimmy. The detective discovers it was George Welch all this time.
Jimmy tells Dr. Larsen how he came to know the identity of Mephistopheles. He found out that all the victims had rejected George Welch and thus led him to kill them. Dr. Larsen drops a heavy question on Jimmy: “Why where you so hung up on this guy? In other words, how much of you do you see in him?”