Back in the B-plot, the Wonder Twins are busy walking down the Marina. Delko takes the form of someone who's really into boat engines; Speedle assumes the shape of someone who looks like he needs a week's worth of sleep, a Mach III razor, and a roll of quarters for the laundromat. Delko finishes with, "The engines on that baby cost more than your car." "Maybe more than your car," Speedle replies. Has he slapped eyes on the monster vehicle Delko was washing as therapy in the season opener? Delko and Speedle then stop by the skiff which Stango used and note that he's not exactly living large. They also note the many gas cans in the boat, and quickly come to a conclusion. Speedle: "The idiot was siphoning." Delko: "Why steal cheap gas at a buck-thirty. He could have gone to the corner pump." Speedle points out that maybe Stango didn't steal the cheap stuff.
Night falls, and Horatio's gotten around to figuring out what was crunching under his shoes on the barracks floor: salt. Calleigh quips, "So somebody's guilty of seasoning." Whoever decided Calleigh should crack wise needs to rethink that decision; it doesn't work for her, and frankly, those lines are terrible. Fortunately, she gets back to business, telling us that the pollen grains found in the ATV's air filter match the pollen grains found in Dara's nose. They're Lignum vitae. Horatio fills us in: "The hardest wood in the world. The U.S. Navy almost wiped them out during World War II using them for propeller pins." Calleigh adds, "They're very rare. The only places that they grow down here are in southwest Dade or the Keys, and there are none on the grounds of Pharos Academy -- I checked." Horatio muses that the ATV was where Dara was when she was killed, and Calleigh says, "Too bad it can't tell us what happened." Right as Horatio says something asinine like, "But it can," the phone rings.