Nathan's house. The cameras are being removed from the walls. Nathan tells Tommy that he's sure that Bree and Giddings set him up. Nathan tells Tommy that he no longer has to kill Bree quietly, because Nathan just wants her dead. Nathan adds that he doesn't care what happens to Deaq and Van. Pras? Is not a very good actor. He whispers most of his lines in a monotone. If you can whisper in a monotone, that is. Nathan offers up a hundred grand to Bree's killer.
Back at the Candy Store, Billie has pulled Bree's phone records. She reports that Bree called one number repeatedly in the last hour and a half. Van guesses that Bree was trying to reach Giddings, and Billie confirms it. Van says that it's "so exhausting being right all of the time." So you know Van is going to turn out to be totally wrong at some future point in the episode. Billie continues that Bree's last call was picked up, and Bree talked to Giddings for nine minutes. The records reveal that Giddings answered the call while at a country club in Brentwood.
Van and Deaq head to the country club. In a voice-over that totally sounds like it was added later for the dumb viewers, Van explains that they have to find Giddings and get him to reveal where Bree is, and that Van will take care of that part. Deaq doesn't think it will work. Van points out that Deaq always wants a plan, and now they have one. Deaq is cool with the plan, but he doesn't think Van can pull off pimping. Shouldn't someone be taking his shirt off about now? Van has the top and sides of his hair in a ponytail, but not the back, like, is he trying to channel Tom Cruise in Magnolia or what? Van tells Deaq that he hasn't "met Van the Pimp Man." Deaq tells Van that everybody knows Van doesn't have the magnetism or charisma to be a pimp. Van says that he can't exactly play the "angry black golfer" role, and reminds Deaq that he just needs to tie up security so that Van can get out on the course.
Deaq enters the country club lobby and is greeted by stares from the old white guys therein. He approaches the front desk. Stuffy Desk Guy asks suspiciously if Deaq is meeting someone. Deaq says he's there to join the club. Stuffy Desk Guy says they're not accepting new members without a sponsor. I think I just saw this whole bit on Crank Yankers. I know I've seen it somewhere else recently, and it wasn't the Master's Tournament. Deaq says that it's obvious that he's Jewish and he doesn't see any other Jews there. Deaq starts making a big scene that includes singing "Hava Nagila." Stuffy Desk Guy asks him to vacate the premises, and Deaq compares it to "when [his] people had to vacate the homeland." Through the window, we see Van walking onto the course. A security guy in a white suit and a cheesy cop moustache runs across the course yelling, "We have a situation at the front desk. We have an irate African American at the front desk." Because you know the white people are always threatened when black folks walk into their domain. Girl, please. Deaq asks to use the phone so that he can call his rabbi or Johnnie Cochran.