Keith arrives home to find Veronica in the preparatory stages of baking, and asks, "Did you suffer a blow to the head?" Keith, surely you caught a whiff of snickerdoodles at some point over the years. But given your lack of any cushioning hair, perhaps you're the one who's endured some cranial trauma. Veronica says that the cookies are for Josh, prompting Keith to ask whether she believes him. Veronica tells him she's not sure, but that she definitely wants Josh to think she believes him. Keith tells her that he checked with Mason's girlfriend, and that she confirmed that he was with her the night of the murder. You know, Keith, you're making Veronica's "believing Josh" act a lot harder with all your detective work and evidence here. Veronica then asks Keith not to get murdered: she's been thinking a lot about what she would do if she didn't have him. Might not want to look at the recent ratings, then, kid. Keith offers to handle the case by himself, but Veronica, already recovering, says that won't work, and asks how Mindy took it when Keith dropped the case. He tells her that he hasn't so much dropped it, explains what happened in the office, and then reveals that someone took out the Volvo from the Grand at 1:51 AM, and returned it at 2:59 AM. Veronica excitedly says that the witness reported having heard the gunshot between 2:20 and 2:30, and declares that the killer has to be either Mindy or Landry. I have to say, I really don't know that Mindy would take her own car to kill her husband. I'm wondering if the parallel here is that both she and Josh are being framed. Just a thought. Keith agrees that it looks that way, but that he doesn't have access to registration records: "Know anyone over there who might be willing to bend some rules?" Veronica smiles and tells him that is indeed a possibility...
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