The login officer is called on the carpet for her role in letting the guns get out on the street. This entire mess has Traci wondering about fidelity. She says, "I don't even know if monogamy is natural for humans. I think it's more of an elephant thing." Jerry assures her that she's the only one for him. In other words, she can call him an elephant. Traci admits she's a pretty happy pachyderm, too.
It's Dov's first day back on the job. He asks to team with Oliver. The dynamic duo responds to a call from an elderly man who believes his wife has gone missing—inside their house! It's not as outrageous as it sounds. The place would give pause to even the best clutter buster in the land. It's an epic mess with mountains of keepsakes inside. Dov thinks the MIA lady may have been fed up with the clutter and took off on her own. After all, she was looking for her pink suitcase when she disappeared.
While looking for the missing woman, Oliver lets Dov know that his wife kicked him out. His marital woes have made him think differently about the power of love. Then he finds the pink suitcase. Underneath it is the elderly man's unconscious wife. Oliver immediately calls for an ambulance. Later, he politely declines Dov's offer to crash on their couch. In other news, Andy asks Sam to not simply walk out on her if things go south between them. Sam assures her that she won't get rid of him without a fight. Nice.