He tried to call her once from New York on a business trip, but the service was bad and they got disconnected. But she has a phone full of text messages! Nev asks if Jasmine has considered that Mike is not exactly who he says he is. Nev! How dare you? Jasmine says she’s quite confident that he’s who he says he is, but she IS worried that he might still be involved with his kids’ mother. Nev and Max have heard enough. They hug Jasmine goodbye and drive away discussing the great probability that this guy is total crap.
They arrive at their bed and breakfast to begin their intense Google investigation. First off, the Government Central Model School is a regular school (like for children) in Pakistan. It is not a government-run modeling agency here in the US. Oops. So either a) Mike has mistagged his employer and failed to notice, b) Mike listed what he thought sounded like a modeling agency in order to trick people (and he is intellectually challenged), or c) Mike is a school-aged child living in Pakistan who has listed his actual school, but lied about everything else. Ha ha ha! Take your pick, Jasmine! Which of those would be less horrifying?
“So are we booking a flight to Pakistan?”
Nev and Max scroll through Mike’s public Facebook page and notice some messages on his wall from a girl named CeAnna, so they shoot her a message asking if she’d be willing to talk to them. Of course that is no problem and CeAnna immediately sends her phone number. Right. If I got some sketchy Facebook message from someone wanting to ask me questions about my friend there is no way I would even respond. Oh and also, the guys have Google image searched Mike’s picture and landed on another Facebook page with the exact same profile picture, but the guy’s name is Tyler Jackson. When they call CeAnna, CeAnna says that she went to school with Mike, that the guy in the pictures is actually Mike, and that Mike is engaged with two children. Oh and feel free to call her back if they think of any other questions. She doesn’t mind at all! That’s very convenient.
Nev and Max are pretty baffled, but they think that probably the reason Mike won’t talk on the phone is because of his fiance. Yeah, that would do it. Why didn’t they ask CeAnna about the Government Model School? Is that where she and Mike attended school together? Does she know where Mike actually does work? Quick – call her back! But instead they focus on one of Mike’s Facebook friends whose name is Triggs. Triggs is a rapper/singer/songwriter. Heard of him? No? Oh, maybe Mike represents him! So many possibilities. Next they call Mike’s number, but they just get a message saying the party can’t be reached and will be notified of the call. Click. No opportunity to even leave a voicemail. That’s not professional. It’s certainly not a positive representation of the Government Central Model School. So they shoot him a text to see if he can talk and he responds that he can text.