<p> After no luck, Palin hops down to Cuba where he finds many Hemingway leads and visits his home and hotel room. Many failed attempts to interview President Castro are made, and Palin, after waiting a few extra days to have an interview, jets off towards the American West.
In the last stretch of Hemingway's life, Palin becomes a temporary cowboy at a dude ranch in Montana and succeeds in roping the camera operator. After rounding a few cows, Palin goes to Ketchum, Idaho to visit Hemingway's grave and professes that "I'm still looking for some sort of approval from him... some sort of nod of acknowledgment from Hemingway." The grave obligingly replies, "Bull-s***." </p>