Sam Beavan (Lauren Hodges) is beaten outside a club, and her car is stolen - she is horrified because her baby is in the car. The baby is tossed out the window and miraculously survives. At the hospital, Sam tries to escape but is busted by the hospital because she is nursing, and they find drugs in the baby's system. Sam is clearly a drug addict and initially refuses to cooperate. She finally agrees and gives up her dealer, Jake Lumet (Brian Gant). The detectives find Oxycodone in his apartment, and a Medicare prescription for Jenny Rogers (Melinda Dillon). The cops question Jenny, who appears to be senile, and her daughter-in-law Carol (Christine Elise) who is supposedly watching over her. Jenny picks Jake out of a line up, but they want to know who Jake's accomplice was since that's who threw the baby out of the car window. Jake claims Jenny sold him the pills, and the cops find another vial of Jenny's pills in Sam's car. They are not sure if Jenny is innocent, or a schemer and they bring her in along with Carol, and Jenny's son Kevin (Matt Schulze). They don't get very far because Jenny says she didn't sell the pills; she lost them.