Willis sweats it out in an interrogation room, with Fin questioning him, and Chester showing off some ridiculous police program that displays letters in giant purple and plays sound effects while it dramatically shuffles the letters around and arrives at only one possible nonsensical anagram, in this case, rearranging "Tobin Willis" to spell "Wit Billions." He denies knowing anything about Another Youniverse, and says someone must have used his credit card to create an account. Meanwhile, the search of his apartment doesn't turn anything of interest, except lots of books about executioners, just like his avatar. Willis also has an alibi -- last night he was at the Mets game. And he, fortunately for his sake, was on the Jumbotron lots.
Sure enough, there's Willis, creepily staring straight up into the Jumbotron camera while everyone around him cheers. Doesn't look suspicious or anything. He never leaves his seat. Since the alibi is a little too airtight, our intrepid detectives figure he must have a partner.
So it's back to Wynton with another yeah-right graphically ridiculous program that shows the other avatars Wit Billions has been in contact with. Besides Vixy Platinum, Wit Billions has only encountered some dude named "Smarty Culottes" more than three times. There are some crazy-ass screencaps of the two of them (Wit in his executioner's garb, Smarty in a red suit) in the mountains, fishing, shopping, and, um, floating in a space station. "They met in Another Youniverse and made their fantasy Rachel's nightmare," says Olivia. Smarty Culottes' real name is Nestor Buchanan. There's no home address, just his work address: "Cooper's Rare Books." "I know that place," says Chester. Of course you do, Chester. Olivia barely even bats an eye.
Turns out Cooper is played by Kevin Tighe, also known as Locke's dad on Lost (where his name is also Cooper). Upon seeing Chester, he says he was just going to call, as he's got a first edition of The Sun Also Rises; Lake's a Hemingway collector, turns out. Here's hoping that comes in handy in a future case.
At any rate, Lake's not interested right now; they want Nestor Buchanan. Cooper leads them to the back, because Nestor's on the computer, where he takes care of the store's Internet orders. The only nerd stereotype missing from Nestor is tape on the bridge of his glasses and a pocket protector. Olivia has to wrest the keyboard from him to ask him questions about Rachel's disappearance. He says he doesn't know anything. Lake glances at the screen and notes Nestor was just now in Another Youniverse. This is apparently all Olivia needs to arrest him: "Your online avatar met a few times with another person's avatar. We think this person kidnapped a woman, but we don't have any evidence and he has an alibi. You're coming with us." She doesn't actually say that, of course. Because of how ridiculous it is. Anyway, goodbye, Kevin Tighe, you top-billed guest star! I'm presuming you were brought into this episode for just a few lines and we're not going to hear any more about you!