Katie apologizes to Hank for making pasta again, but she can't burn it. Hank says that when he worked as a cop, they'd offer to beat up the husbands in spousal abuse cases for a mere 50 bucks. He'll give Katie the good friend discount of 40 bucks. Hank says he can tell something is going on between Britt and Katie and he lends a friendly ear. Katie wants to have a baby... sooner rather than later. Britt says he's "not ready to pull the goalie." She is worried that he'll never grow up. Hank says that by the time he is 90 he'll pull his head out of his ass. Hank tells Katie she'd make a great mom and they head off to the garage to get Britt's motorcycle.
They get Winston from the impound, and Hank gets a call from Gretchen who is pissed off that he took her house off the market. He assures her that the check won't bounce, and while he's doing that, and paying for his car, a man name Mark Gustafson (Rockmond Dunbar) walks in, so he hangs up on Gretchen. She's not exactly what you would call pleased. Mark has a cigarette holder clenched between his teeth; it is his stop smoking solution. Hank plays dumb, as Mark asks them to go somewhere out in public, which turns out to be the impound lot where cops are swarming their truck. Mark wants to know if either of them know a Tony Bianco (aka Robert's missing golf pro), who turned up in a lifeguard station without a face. Hank says they were only there to take the dog to pee, which doesn't exactly jive with the fact that the dog was in the truck. Quick thinking Hank says that Britt had to go too, because Winston and Britt are on the same cycle. Mark assures Hank that he's not the suspect, Eleanor is. He wants to know if he was looking for her, using Det. Reynolds' ID to trace a cell phone. Hank stands his ground with the full bladder story.
They take Winston to the cleaners where his owner is mighty happy to see him, just as Hank discovers the porn video of Eleanor having sex with Robert on her cell phone. Britt happily watches the whole thing (apparently Robbie's got quite a bit of stamina) but Hank's had a rough day with the dognapping and lying to his former partner and can't deal with his friend's daughter getting boned by the town's "favorite son."
At his apartment, Hank sees a stack of past due bills and goes to turn the phone off, but hits play to see Eleanor go to take a shower while Robert makes a business call. As he steps into his bedroom, Eleanor pulls a gun on him. Then eats his peanut butter, badgers him about screwing up with his nice sounding ex-wife and calls him out for being a drunk like her dad. She talks real fast, he thinks she's on speed. He steals the gun, and accuses her of killing Tony. She claims she didn't, that she found him that way after she left to meet up with her dad. She stupidly forgot to grab her phone. She wonders if he watched, and he says only for a few seconds. He likes his porn with a bit of a story. He's all class, that Hank. She explains that the end is when it gets really good.