C: Is everything okay? You've been quiet all night.
W: Yeah, I got a call earlier today from Child Services asking about you and Lindsey.
C: I don't believe this.
W: __①__ - some investigation - that Eddie had made a charge or something.
C: Yes. __②__. I never expected they were going to talk to my friends. Well, what did they ask? What did you say?
W: Well, I ...
C: Hi. Sir, we're with the Las Vegas Crime Lab. We're here about a Paul Sorenson.
R: I'm Richard Zeigler. Cops told me you were coming. Here, please, come in.
C: Thank you.
R: Well, this is, uh where the Sorenson was displayed.
C: Sorenson is a painting.
R: Paul Sorenson was an artist. Early 1900s.
C: How dumb are we?
W: What's he know about the forensic analysis of a friction ridge?
C: Right on.
R: __③__. I came downstairs to read and I heard a noise. By the time I got to the room, he was gone but the door was open.
C: Why don't we dust for prints?
W: Mr. Ziegler, one more thing. What about the security alarm?
W: You thinking what I'm thinking?
C: Oh, yeah. Inside job. So ... was it a disaster with Child Services?
W: Disaster? What do you mean?
C: Well, __⑤__. Nobody knows that better than you.
W: Yeah, but you think I'd say that?
C: Well, not intentionally. They just, you know, know how to ask questions.
R: Are you finding anything?
C: We're working on it, sir.