Mr. Suit gets into his car and takes off. Van waits a minute, then follows. Van and Deaqon are in some sort of bright green American-made muscle car, like that wouldn't be noticeable. It's the only other car in the parking lot. Good one. They follow Mr. Suit to some sort of shack. As he pulls up, a bunch of cop cars surround him. Mr. Suit gets out of his car and pulls on a jacket that says DEA on the back. See, he's a DEA agent. Okay, that was the one moment in this episode that honestly surprised me. Good job, writers. Although for most of the rest of the show, I didn't know what the hell was going on, so I couldn't really be surprised. Van and Deaqon look on in amazement as Mr. Suit leads his fellow DEA agents on a bust.
Back at the candy store, Billie uses one of those magical TV computers that lets the data just float around on the screen without the use of a mouse or keyboard. Van backstories that Mr. Suit is actually Special Agent Adam Kane, and that he uses DEA manpower to steal from criminals, because they will never call the cops. Deaqon adds that Billie already knows all of this, and she admits that he's right. Van wonders how he's supposed to do his job if he doesn't know the full picture. Man, Peter Facinelli sounds just like Tom Cruise. I know that's not an original comparison, but it's an apt one. Billie says that she wanted Van to be led by the facts, because while she suspected Kane was behind the theft ring, she couldn't prove it. Deaqon thinks Billie is being smart. I think Billie wearing way too much red lipstick. Billie tells Deaqon that he obviously wants Kane, since Kane was behind his brother's death. Deaqon is in.