Girl Skeptic: "What happened?"
Creep: "It's so weird, but once you get to 'experimented on by Nazi scientists' she doesn't really turn up after that."
Skeptics: "Probably that story has a happy ending."
Hank glimpses White Vincent menacing an old lady, but the colorful human props that exist as the set dressing for this showdown between two rich white men just won't get out of the way! He tries to go around, but ends up cornered by some thugs. Finally, he is saved by Beck, who speaks every language and also the language of violence!
Beck: "Look, I just flew here to India to apologize for letting my heart get in the way of my heart getting in the way of my professionalism. I let my dead husband trump your white wife, and that was really disrespectful of all your problems."
Hank: "I don't have any problems! Because my wife is still alive! The power of believing!"
Beck: "Yes. The power of believing."
Hank, verbatim: "So now she finally understands me."
Beck: "Ugh, that is one of the worst things. Also, I want to reiterate that you are probably going to get killed by White Vincent, so maybe you should think about letting me sky for you."
Hank: "As long as you don't let your heart get in the way of your professionalism."
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Girl Skeptic: "I have one more coincidence to report! We just saw a video of your Nazi self hanging out with a little Indian girl and you are looking for a chick in India, so what if she's New Thomas? That would probably explain why she disappeared after the Nazis experimented on her. It's probably the most logical explanation. She is in the doughnut."
Hank: "It was always happening that the Catholic Church was nominating little girls to be Apostles. As in the Revelation of Hannah Montana, for example."
Boy Skeptic: "You may not remember this from when you were a Nazi, but just be on the lookout for like an 80-year-old lady with a birthmark on her face. She will probably be doing something weird and blatantly noticeable."
Beck: "Wait, one of the Apostles of Jesus Christ is a little Hindu girl?"
Hank: "That does seem stupid as hell."
Beck: "Or is it groundbreaking television? Maybe somebody would kill about it, because it is too awesome for people to accept."
Hank: "Like how The Da Vinci Code was about Mary Magdalene, which is an actual thing, but with little made-up Hindu Apostle girls, which is not an actual thing."