Cut to Keith entering a darker area as the voice on the recording is now Deputy Leo's, and now the presence of the recording makes more sense, because I often have to listen to his lines multiple times in order to completely separate the English from the marbles. Anyway, Leo talks about the evidence room and the security cameras. Keith enters the evidence room, steals some microcassettes, and puts them in a hollowed-out section of his book. I'm a little disappointed that the whole book isn't hollow, but I guess he didn't want the things rattling around too much, so I'll forgive him. Barely.
And just like that, Inga is plopping down the requested files and asking an innocent-acting Keith how his book is. Keith: "Weird. But I expect it will start making more sense soon." Hee. Nice to have you back, Keith.
Neptune High. Wallace and Veronica walk and talk as he tells her he checked online and listened to the radio, but there's no word of his Rashard revelations. They pass by Molly Fitzpatrick, and the camera rests on her as Weevil joins her. She asks him what he's doing sitting there, so he cuts to the chase and demands to know if she was dating Felix. She tries to deny it, but he produces the photos and tells her about Felix's intention to get a tattoo of her. She starts to sputter that it was a secret and it should stay that way, but Weevil cuts in to ask her if Felix was working for her family. She's surprised that he could ask that if he knew Felix at all, referring to Felix's brother's apparent demise at the hands of the Fitzpatricks. Weevil lets on that he knows about that, so Molly tells him that her uncles and cousins didn't know about her and Felix, or they probably would have killed them both. Or, um, at least one of them. Molly goes on to say that they met at St. Mary's church. Weevil: "Of course. Only place the micks and the spics ever get together without someone getting punched." I wonder if St. Mary's puts that in their brochures. Molly says that her brother Patrick is a priest there: "That's my family. Twelve hoodlums. One priest." Tell me there's not a musical comedy in there somewhere.