Apollo asks Veronica whether she told Kizza that he was a fraud and wouldn't be coming into any money, and Veronica admits that she did. Apollo gets up to go as he thanks her for doing her part, and Veronica gets an I Don't Like How That Sounds look as she asks what he means. Apollo informs her that everything she told Kizza was "disinformation. To separate those I can trust from those I can't." Given the life he's led, I can forgive him a little grandeur. Apollo heads for the door, but Veronica stops him when she gets a phone call from Keith saying he's got Kizza downtown; he was picked up driving a rental with plates from a stolen car. Heh.
With Veronica in tow, Apollo uncertainly enters an interrogation room, where he finds a beaming Kizza. Kizza tells Apollo that he's not surprised his mother named him for the god of music, as she had a book of mythology that she prized. Apollo's overwhelmed as he remembers that that was the book she used to teach him how to read. The tears flow on both sides of the fourth wall as father and son embrace, and Kizza excitedly asks if Apollo would like to hear about his mother. Again, props to the show for leaving it to Kristen Bell's acting to tell us that a Lost Mother storyline is going to be especially affecting for her. I do enjoy the silence.
Wallace signs up to go to Africa to help the Invisible Children movement (probably for the summer, although it's not stated). Wow, good for him. Screw mechanical engineering and basketball!
Mac enters Max's room with some pamphlets from the job fair, so he has to tell her that he's pulling in about fifteen hundred a week doing something that he likes, and he's going to be doing it for a while. Wow, Max, was your smile always that cute? Mac says that that does change things, but she's not sure how much, and she wants to keep seeing him. However, she needs to start going to classes again. Great. Are we out of this scene yet? No, first Max has to do a horribly embarrassing imitation of a bull charging Mac, complete with finger-horns. Max, keep your tax-free money; you're dead to me.
Big Dick is settling into his suite when Little Dick comes charging in. He hotly tells Big Dick that the Grand is where Beaver died. "I walk by the spot he's splattered on every day!" Well, I know it doesn't rain much in Southern California, but that still seems pretty extreme. He asks Big Dick if he ever thinks that Beaver killed those people because of them. "We used to have contests to see which one of us could make him cry!" He yells that he can barely live with himself sometimes, and it's much easier when Big Dick isn't around. I love seeing this side of Ryan Hansen's abilities, but I feel like they cut out of this scene just as it was getting good. I mean, we've been waiting the entire season for this; it feels like they could have spared more than twenty seconds here, especially since...