Sam's leaving The Bench when he finds Ben and JBL -- the aforementioned wearing a bangin' new gold velour tracksuit, the latter sporting a platinum "$" belt buckle. They fess up to sneaking into Sam's room and purloining some cash. Sam can barely contain his exasperation, but the others insist it's their money. Sam reminds them that the money poisoned Johnson and Hwang's relationship so badly that they killed each other. The guys don't think that will happen to them, but they promise not to spend any more money. Uh-huhhhhh...
As they head out, Sam updates them on Hwang. Ben goes to check police reports. Then JBL has a crisis of conscience and admits to Sam that he bought a little more than just a belt buckle. Cut to a massive pile of crap -- basically it looks like if one of those movie-theater-lobby claw games exploded. There are stuffed animals, huge piggy banks, electric guitars -- you name it, JBL bought it. He says he's trying to make amends with his ex-girlfriend, Josie (remember her? the DA?) for that time he accidentally burnt down her apartment. And if he can get some make-up sex out of the deal, that'd be okay, too.
Just then, Ben returns to tell them about an inside man who worked at the bank involved in the robbery. His name is Rick Forster, and he's still alive and working at a donut shop. They hit up the donut shop, but are too late; the slovenly manager tells them the cops hauled Forster away that morning. Sam leaves his contact information.
Back in The Bench parking lot, The Stooges are frustrated that their lead was a dead end. Sam interrupts the bitchfest to ask what time it is. The Stooges immediately know he's late to meet Beelzebabe. He tells them to stop harassing him, but they insist that he prove she's not WiseGuy's daughter. JBL gets the bright idea that they should look on her body for the Mark of the Devil (666).
Cut to The Stooges and Beelzebabe slurping down margs in a hot tub. Hot-tubbing, JBL tells Cady, is his passion. And no hot-tub scene would be complete without a patented JBL pratfall. That dispensed of, he gets up under the ruse of braiding Cady's hair. Of course, he's actually checking for the Mark. Because she's a weirdo, or completely stupid, she allows this tomfoolery...until he starts asking her whether she likes to eat animals or ever spontaneously bursts into flames.