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Kellerman returns to duty after his suspension, still bearing resentment toward the press and his colleagues over the corruption probe. His first case - a Korean shopkeeper shot to death in the doorway of his own store - appears to be the work of Luther Mahoney, but it falls apart due to a lack of evidence and witnesses. Kellerman's frustration leads him to consider suicide; Lewis tries to talk him out of it, remembering how Crosetti took his own life without asking for any help. Bayliss maintains his split from Pembleton, leaving the latter to close an old case on his own.