It's night, and we're by some kind of huge minaret-looking construction that, for some reason, makes the words "Death is your gift" pop into my head. But the bikers are having a hearing. Hector admits that he sold the Ecstasy to Dick, but he says he didn't get it from the Fitzpatricks: "Some white boy asked me to get him some. He looked dumb, and desperate." Well, his story holds up so far. Hector adds that he got Dick to agree to a jacked price, bought the drugs from another white boy he knows deals, thereby skimming a nice profit. That sounds like a brilliant idea to me, and it has nothing to do with the fact that I was an options trader for ten years. Weevil is surprised that Hector knows an 09er drug dealer, but Hector tells him his sister works with the 09er's dad. Weevil demands a name.
Sacks finds Veronica at the soda machine and tells her that the agents need her. Cut to Veronica entering the interrogation room and noting that they were quick. Agent Xena tells her that it took two hours to get the warrant and ten minutes to break the password. Lamb would have taken the same amount of time, but the time breakdown of the two tasks would have been a little different. Veronica asks what the password was, and is informed that it was "Meg Kane" spelled backwards. Ouch. That is dloc. Lamb sneers contemptuously, and then Agent Xena asks about Duncan's sailing ability. Veronica says that Duncan has been sailing his whole life, and that certainly rings true, with Duncan's apparent expertise on sailboats. Also, I thought it was heavily implied that he knew Icetwin from the marina. Lamb informs her that they discovered Duncan bookmarked a boat for sale, and upon tracking down the seller, they discovered the buyer was a teenaged boy who paid cash. Veronica: "I assume that's a generous use of the term 'we'?" Wills grins in amusement, and he's not the only one. Sacks calls in that the Coast Guard has spotted the boat, and that it's ignoring their warning calls, so they're preparing to board. They put the call on speakerphone, and we hear the Coast Guard officers declaring that no one's on board, and that all they found is "dirty diapers and twelve empty cans of Spaghetti-O's." If that's all there was to eat, I can imagine that those diapers were quite a mess indeed. Agent Xena asks if Duncan has a history of mental issues, and I hate to point this out, but you'd think that would be something the FBI had researched. But...it's a minor...complaint, Agent Xena, so please...let go...of my throat. She asks if Duncan might have killed himself, but Veronica denies that possibility, and says that someone must have picked him up: "He's still on the run." Well, it's good exercise, anyway.