Britt grabs Winston, pushes him through a gap in one of the gates, and then uses the dog as a ruse to get into the estate. Look at Winston pulling his weight. Meanwhile, Britt jumps the fence. They stunning property has a beachfront view. They see the owner playing golf, and they approach him to ask if they've seen their dog that slipped through their gate. Hank sees Robert Lindus, a local entrepreneur, and says that he's looking forward to some big resort that he's working on. He also asks if Robert has seen Eleanor. Robert has his son keep working on his golf swing, even though his trainer Tony is MIA. Hank uses their real names when introducing himself and even says they are PIs; Robert says he didn't take them for a gay couple. When Robert asks for a license, Hank says that they don't have one so they don't have to worry about losing them. Solid plan there, Hank. He tells Robert that Eleanor's dad is worried about her, so they are on a quest. Robert hasn't seen her in a week, but he knows her dad is a deadbeat, and says that she's worked for him for about a year. He gives them her cell phone number, with the hopes that they can reach her. He does have a special request. She has something valuable to him and he wants it back, so much so that he's willing to pay their daily rate for them to find it. Hank says their rate is five grand, and Britt pipes in that it is a two-day minimum retainer. Man, these guys are fast on their feet. Regardless, Robert doesn't flinch and doubles the amount to find Eleanor and to bring back the item. Robert is happy to pay whatever she wants for it, so yeah, that confirms that it is a sex tape. He also says that the guys will get a second 20,000 check upon their work being completed.
Outside the gate the duo celebrate their good fortune, and discuss if it is a sex tape. Britt agrees that he must have been sleeping with her. They then decide how they'll spend their share of the cash. Hank's plan: Buy a new polo pony. Practical! But while Britt wonders if Eleanor is blackmailing Robert, Hank directs him to their next destination; his old house. The open house is underway and Britt admires the new floors while Hank shows the realtor their 20 thousand dollar check and asks how long it will take to get the strangers out the door.
Back in the car Britt is pouting that the check was half his, and Hank can barely afford lunch, so either way, buying a house was a dumb move. Hank says the deposit on the house is half his, and Britt wonders if he's supposed to live with him, and complains that his girlfriend Katie is not going to be happy. Hank ignores him and pretends to be someone named detective Reynolds to triangulate a cell phone number (even has a stolen code for just this occasion).