The location is down by the beach, and the boys hop out of the car, leaving Winston behind as Hank paraphrases, "leave the dog; take the cannoli" and Britt looks baffled by the Godfather reference, and says that he hopes that he won't buy a beachfront property next. Eleanor's phone is in the area and is still on, so Hank just ignores Britt and heads to a lifeguard hut as they discuss why Ellie would have needed the gun, and who might have broken into her house/threatened her. In the tower, they find a dead body... of a guy with some seagulls picking at it. Hank advises not to touch him, and also to check for ID, Britt freaks at the conflicting instructions. On the body, they find Eleanor's cell phone. Once they realize that, they run out of the place, with her phone, as fast as they can. Too bad their truck is being towed away for being parked in a permit only zone. With poor Winston inside it.
It's dark as Britt rings the bell of a home where a cute blonde lives. He says that he's collecting books for "Tomes for Tots" to help "white privileged children" not miss out on any advantage. Katie (Laura Allen) quickly sums up that he lost his keys, and says that she cooked for three people so to tell Hank to come in. Not sure how they got from the beach to her apartment. Katie has a big test the next day on equine dentistry, and rambles off facts. Britt's are more interesting though, "did you guys know that bears, since the very beginning of their existence, shit in the woods?" Much more fascinating than horse gum disease issues. After his joke, Katie finally addresses the elephant in the room and asks the boys if they actually did anything with their day. Hank says he saw Gretchen, and that she's selling their old house. He starts to tell her that he bought the house... but Britt stops him. Katie takes offense to keeping secrets and says they should take it out back to their treehouse. Britt's worried about someone recognizing them from the lifeguard station and worries about getting arrested or charged with a crime or something practical like that. Hank's distracted by pictures of Eleanor and her co-ed friends on her cell phone.