Bayliss becomes the primary in the case of an abused young girl whose body was dumped along I-95. His bad experience with child victims affects his mind so severely that Pembleton has trouble keeping him under control long enough to close the case. Afterward, Bayliss reveals to Pembleton the reason he has trouble with these cases - his uncle sexually molested him as a child, and his father did nothing to protect him - and says that he no longer wants to partner with Pembleton. Brodie finally finds a roommate, and Kellerman testifies before the grand jury (against the advice of his attorney) and is cleared in the corruption probe. Though the other detectives congratulate him, he believes that they will always think of him as dirty.