There are times when constraints work against the core idea. My constraint was that, unlike Scooby-Doo, my paranormal investigators are doing this as a job. They have limits, mostly so that they don't need two years of PI and Security at Algonquin before the story begins. That's a different story, one that someone else can tell for now. The problem right now in the story is that they are about to cross over into actual mundane investigation work. Sure, Scooby and the gang did that, but they pulled in the police before the unmasking, and they were off in less populated parts than a major city. But the story can't end with the investigation dangling; it's not a satisfying ending. Even that characters are complaining that they can't finish what they started.
Fortunately, I gave myself an out. I figured I'd run into this situation. Thus, Aiden. He's my safety valve. He can step in for the more mundane aspects. That way, if the police get miffed, Aidan can show his license. I may have to throw that in in a future arc, but for now, I have a saving throw. He's there to give cover for the rest. After all, students do know how to research. They can dig into all sorts of files that they have access to. Aiden, though, can use his license to get to more restricted files without having to answer awkward questions.
The death near the night club and Kieu's pink-out are related. In the first arc, where the Paranormalists find Ginger, Kieu tastes purple when the LOLfae uses her magic. The next arc will go into the connection more, but there is a link between Kieu's unusual relationship with colours and magic. Sean and Jared did get home safe; it was a minor point but still out there.
The original concept of the LTV Paranormalists was that Kristi partially convinced Ayel to join her in the venture. That more or less happened, but Ayel was meant to be the skeptic. It's hard to remain skeptical when you meet a real fae. Ginger is very much proof that the paranormal and supernatural exist. Whether other legends are real is another matter, but Ayel can't continue to be a skeptic. So, the character evolves. Ayel is going through a paradigm shift, one that expands her knowledge of the world. She just needed someone to talk to who wouldn't think she's crazy.
Friday, family time, in Hauntings Anonymous Chapter 12, "Discrete Investigation".
Also Friday, over at Psycho Drive-In, animated adaptations.
Saturday, over at The Seventh Sanctum, Robocop the Animated Series.