Backlot of Bad Movies. Amid the shooting of some helicopter scene, Veronica finds a shirtless Connor. It should be noted that for all the talk, this guy's abs aren't that great. And I can say that definitively, after having watched this scene approximately eighty-six times. VMVO is all, "Damn!" Hee. I like seeing Veronica all hot and bothered. Connor asks her if he's too sweaty-looking. Veronica dry-mouths that he looks fine. You could have offered to lick the sweat off, Veronica. It would have accomplished several goals at once. Veronica gets right into the poker game, and Connor says he feels bad for Weevil: "He's pretty cool. He was real, you know what I'm saying?" Veronica looks amused at the realization that a guy she finds stunningly beautiful might be a little pretentious and dumb. She'd still totally do him, though, and good for her. If he wants to talk afterward, that's where the stun gun comes in. Anyway, Veronica says she understands that no one could have left with the money, but Connor recalls that one person did leave with money...
...and, in flashback, it's the pizza guy. Druncan is on Sean's case for not chipping in for beer, and then chides Logan for only giving a couple bucks' tip on a fifty-dollar bill. Druncan and Weevil chip in to ensure that the next time they order pizza, it won't have any special ingredients. Logan snarks at them, and Connor looks unamused.
Back in the present, Connor opines that there were enough breaks in the game that anyone could have gotten his hands on the money. He then excuses himself to talk to his agent, and Veronica takes the opportunity to call Wallace and get Sean's home address.
Chez Echolls. Haaron's on the tennis court with someone who's presumably an instructor. Frankly, Haaron, either you're paying this guy too much or not enough. If you're not following me, I'll be a little more direct: you suck. Keith shows up and basically speculates that the "Aaron-o-lantern" is from a spurned lover -- maybe one he saw on Halloween. And here I was thinking it was a warning for Haaron not to speculate in pumpkin futures. You have to sell them before Halloween, you know. Haaron is all, "That's nice, but I'm faithful to my wife, and I was with her at Ugly Owen Wilson's parents' party last Halloween." Keith apologizes and says he's just covering the bases. He leaves, and Haaron is all huffy. Case...closed?