Cox entertains a gathering of medical examiners with a bizarre case worked by Munch and Kellerman: a man who jumped off a building only to be hit by a shotgun blast on the way down. Her job of deciding whether to classify the death as homicide or suicide gets more complicated with every new fact the detectives uncover. Georgia Rae files a $60 million wrongful-death lawsuit against everyone connected with the Mahoney shooting; when Lewis confronts and assaults her, Gee suspends him indefinitely. Ballard and Gharty call in Stivers for help on the murder of a drug dealer, then chase a pair of hillbilly suspects through Baltimore and into Allegany County. Falsone starts legal action to gain custody of his son.