Keith is yelling at someone on the phone for no reason pertinent to the episode that I can see. (In other words: filler.) Sacks appears to tell Keith that he's in the process of checking on the airports, and then Veronica comes in and hands Keith a copy of the recording, saying that it really sounds like Mindy did it, and that she thinks Landry's innocent. Keith's all, "That's great, but he skipped town." Veronica's face: "This can't be good." You said a mouthful, Veronica's face.
Mindy's asleep in her bed below deck when she hears a noise. She heads upstairs and finds Landry at the wheel. It's odd: from Landry's position and the fact that Mindy woke up, it seems like he's driving, but from the lights on both sides, it looks like they're in a harbor somewhere. Landry: "So you finally got that boat you always wanted." It's just too bad that the S.S. Irony isn't going to make it past its maiden voyage.
Veronica's shelving books in the school library with her iPod on as VMVO says that she's in Hour 3 of listening to Landry's calls in an effort to discover evidence of his conspiracy with Mindy, and to find out where he and Mindy might have gone. Wow, Veronica didn't read Landry's expression earlier at all. Anyway, she comes across Landry and Mindy agreeing that a getaway at "Papa's Cabin" would be nice. Veronica calls Tim, who's not aware of any cabin in Landry's family, but suggests that they meet at Landry's house to poke around; Tim's still got his key. Nice little mention, there. I'm surprised, though, that straight-A-for-all-eternity Veronica didn't get the Hemingway reference -- I don't think the "Papa" part is that obscure. Also, do any men actually refer to their fathers as "papa"? Isn't that the domain of children and fictional bears? Veronica starts packing up her stuff as Parker enters and awkwardly starts to tell her that she and Logan are hanging out. Veronica gets some eternal points with me by being very nice, very sincere, and very much not having time for this shit. I mean, who does? After Veronica's gone, Parker looks glum. Honey, I don't blame you. This storyline sucks.