Yet another day passes, if the transition shot of the Miami skyline is any indication, and Delko comes in to see Horatio brooding over a picture of the formerly very attractive Lisa Marie Valdez. Delko comments, "She was pretty." Horatio replies, "Yes, she is. Yes, she is." That's kind of creepy. He then says, "Everything we need to convict this guy is right here. Let's find it." Cut to a montage of Delko and Horatio inspecting charred items on a light table -- a bundle of burnt roses, three pairs of shoes, and a bottle of cognac. Plus a big lump of charred rubber. Horatio cuts it open, revealing red folds within. Delko asks, "What's it say to you?" Horatio invites him to sniff the rubber; it smells like strawberries. Horatio asks, "What do you get when you cross strawberries with rubber?" Delko looks like he's thinking hard about that one, then replies, "A guaranteed good time." Horatio then writes down an address, and directs Delko to ask the guy behind the counter (Artie) if Douglas (the guy who bought the diamond) recently bought any strawberry-scented rubber teddies. Ah -- so in addition to bringing down rings of jewel thieves and defusing bombs, Horatio also did time in the Miami sex-club circuit. Delko reads the paper and laughs like a fourteen-year-old boy: "Artie's Adult Playground." Horatio asks if Delko knows Artie. Delko shoots back, "Do you know Artie?" Horatio ducks that by just telling Delko to go to the address. I have a feeling Calleigh's getting a little something in the interdepartmental mail later today.
Speedle gets no field trip to Artie's Adult Playground. Instead, he gets to tell Megan that the blood on the steering wheel of the truck belongs to Father Carlos. In turn, she gets to tell him what brains all over the teeth of a wrench remind her of. The answer, for those who were wondering, is "sticky oysters." Speedle disagrees: "It looks like melted provolone." We all realize that Father Carlos's brains were intact, so they're looking at someone else's. After a few minutes, we realize that it's Emilio Medina's brains we see. To quote Megan, "If it was Cameron's dad that killed Father Carlos, he did it without his temporal lobe." "Hard to do," Speedle concedes. Heh.
We're back at the Casa de Medina, and the bloodhound scent dog brought in to check the place just found something. Megan and Calleigh head over to the dog, who's snuffling at a recently spaded dirt patch. The two of them proceed to dig, and find Cameron's bloodstained clothing. Megan mutters dispiritedly. Before she and Calleigh can continue, Megan's cell rings. It's Speedle, who finished running the tests on the hair found on the steering wheel: "I compared it to the hair that I found on the father's brush, and it didn't match. But right now, I'm looking at the one that it does. It's the hair you found embedded in the wall in Cameron's room. Both of the hairs match Cameron's mother, which means Mrs. Medina was the one driving the truck." Mrs. Medina, who's been watching everything from the doorway, catches Megan's eye and heads inside. Megan turns to Sevilla and says, "We're going to need to talk to the mother." Maybe they can bond over their dead husbands.