Keith asks Double A if Yolanda's disappearance could just be "teenage misbehavior." We see Yolanda's photo, and she's very pretty. Double A says that Yolanda knows the rules, and her friend Gabrielle said they were studying together until midnight. Then Urkel found her car up the street with the doors open and signs of a struggle, so everything points to a kidnapping. Keith opines that the police might be better able to help him, but Double A says he doesn't like the police. No need for introductions with Officer Fuckface, then. Double A goes on that the feeling is mutual, and from what he hears, Keith should sympathize. Well, to be fair, the police probably shouldn't be big fans of anyone who holds people out of windows to get them to do his bidding. And I don't think Keith has done that, although there certainly may have been a scene with Icetwin that unfolded off-camera. Anyway, Keith thinks for a moment, and then asks if Double A has any idea who might want to do this. Double A smirks and produces a list that well, let's just say that if he subscribes to the idea that you should "keep your friends close and your enemies closer," it's a damn good thing he lives in a mansion. Keith smiles as he notes, "That's a lot of ideas," but the smile fades as Double A adds that that list is just for Southern California, and if Keith hears anything about New York, Detroit, or Atlanta, he's got more lists. For his part, Keith looks like he's wondering how much hazard pay he can get away with charging before he's the John Cleese character in A Fish Called Wanda. On his way out, Double A suggests Keith start at the top, with "Sam Bloom."
Episode Report CardCouch Baron: B+ | 827 USERS: B-
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