Sheriff's station. Keith, Veronica, and Tim are pedeconferencing as Keith tells them that the kid from the last scene was one strike away from being put in foster care, and that his mother claimed that Landry called and threatened to take her kid off probation unless she showed up that night at the convenience store and lied about having bummed the cigarette off Landry on December 10th. I can't really believe that both Veronica and Keith miss the obvious point here, but I'm going to recap it later, so I'll skip it. Veronica brings up the Papa's Cabin thing, and Tim hands Keith the pictures they were looking at in Landry's album. Tim tells Keith that Landry called his grandfather "Papa," which, okay, that makes more sense at least, and Veronica and Tim go on for a while, trying to figure out where the picture might have been taken based on the trees and the partially-visible license plate. They hilariously try to one-up each other with their hopelessly specialized knowledge, but it still goes on too long, so I say good for Keith in more than one way when he speculates that the "Papa" could be Ernest Hemingway. Keith Zowies the name and tells them that the Papa's Cabin Retreat is in Cabo San Lucas, and was a beloved spot for Hemingway. Keith justifiably gives the two punk-ass whippersnappers a cute smirk. Veronica, for her part, makes a note to buy another spiral notebook to continue her "Things I'm Never Going To Hear The End Of" list.
Papa's Cabin. Keith, in full traveling uniform, pulls up, walks onto the beach, and has a confab with the local law. The jefe tells Keith that the manager gave them a positive ID on Landry. He says some other stuff too, but it's garbled and also irrelevant given that Mindy's boat is anchored offshore.