Lynne: Nobody really knows the details of the deal, except for one person… …Mr. Breezy Dancer in a White Suit. They say he’s been watching the movements of those two for a long time. I’ve never seen him work so frantically on an investigation before.
Sissel: Inspector Cabanela, eh? Apparently, you’re a real favorite of his.
Lynne: A favorite? Yes, well, there’s a reason for that.
Sissel: And what’s that?
Lynne: Inspector Cabanela and Detective Jowd were good friends.
Sissel: Yeah, I think I remember the prison guard saying something about that.
Lynne: They joined the detective division the very same day. They’re two very different types, but they were always in friendly competition to be the best. Detective Jowd was always very particular about thorough investigation of the crime scene. And Inspector Cabanela… Well… I guess he just has a natural genius for investigating. Anyway, those two lead the detective division in those days. But Inspector Cabanela is different now. He changed a little.
Sissel: He changed?
Lynne: Ever since the Detective Jowd incident. Now he distances himself from fieldwork. And he’s starting to focus on nothing but moving up the ladder.
Sissel: Hmm. And so that’s how he became head of the Special Investigation Unit, I take it.
Lynne: Anyway, Inspector Cabanela took me under his wing.
Sissel: Because you were the little girl his good friend had saved, huh?
Lynne: He really looked out for me. Helping me study for my detective’s exam… Fudging my exam scores for me…
Sissel: Uh, that goes a little beyond the scope of “looking out for you.” (Inspector Cabanela, eh…? I wonder what role he plays in everything that’s happening tonight?)