Daytime. Logan's house is semi-filled with subdued mourners. I'm sure they're mourning the lack of beer and loud music and pool time, not so much the tall entourage member whose name they couldn't remember except they know he hassled them when they initially tried to get into the house. As Colby and Liz enter the house and bounce down the stairs, Mark the Manager tells them they aren't allowed. Colby tells him they have a warrant. Mark the Manager has the gall to talk about them having no decency what with everything they're "going through," and looks over the warrant. No slouch, Mark realizes they can only search Logan's personal space, meaning the guest quarters alone.
Liz and Colby search with gloves on. Brett walks up the stairs and leans over Colby's area, noting, "This is so damned messed up." Colby comments perfunctorily, "I'm sorry for your loss, Brett," and keeps searching. Brett looks for sympathy by mentioning how he's got to deal with Logan's death on top of his brother dying four years ago. He sighs, "What the hell is going on?" Liz: "Where were you last night, Brett?" "I know you have to ask," Brett nods sagely, giving her a magnanimous pardon she wasn't seeking. Brett says he was at the house with Josh, but doesn't think there's any way to prove it because it was pretty quiet at Chez Entourage that night. "Of course now it's a circus again down there," Brett says pitifully, and adds Mark the Manager would go ballistic if he knew Brett was up there talking to them. He goes back downstairs. "Was any of that real?" Liz snarks. "Pretty good acting," Colby says, and then tells her to come over and look at something. "What? Do I really want to see?" Liz drawls. Um, isn't that your job, Special Agent? Colby found some huge data files being emailed to someone called "Love2love" at melrose-madam-dot-com. Liz assumes it was Tracy, and Colby agrees, but he's wondering what about the file made it so large.
Chez Eppes. Liz and Colby walk in. Liz hands Logan's laptop over to Amita and thanks them for helping out. Charlie claps Colby on the back and then grabs Colby's hand and pulls him in for a manly half-shoulder-hug, saying, "Really good seeing you again, man!" "Charlie was really worried about you for awhile. We all were," Amita says, and there's an inflection in her delivery that almost sounds like she's reproving him for errant behavior or something. Odd. Charlie brushes that comment off and says, "Yeah, but you're back here and you're a hero, man, and it's all good." Charlie frantically pats Colby on the back again just as Alan rushes in from the kitchen with a French press, saying, "Hey, there you are -- is that Colby? That's Colby!" He grabs Colby's hand and pumps it, grinning, "It's good to see you, I mean it!" I know they all liked Colby, but it's almost like they're overcompensating for doubting his allegiance in the slightest. "I can't tell you how happy I was to learn you're still one of, you know, the good guys!" Alan goes on. Colby shuffles uncomfortably. Meanwhile, Amita has pulled up the files and determined -- with knowledge that doesn't come from being a mathematician -- that Logan was sending movies to Tracy. Alan waxes nostalgic about how time was, you took a girl OUT to a movie, but now you email them? What is the world and generation coming to? I don't know about emailing movies, but since my old-age impatience can't handle cell phones, talking, or even food chomping around me at a movie theater, I'd rather Netflix everything. The movie Logan was emailing is called Breaker's Edge. Amita has seen ads for it, but it's not out yet. Alan wonders how Logan could have been emailing a movie that's not even out in the thee-ay-ters yet. "Well, pirated DVDs are a huge industry -- the FBI has a whole section devoted to that," Colby explains. Do they have a section devoted to bittorrents as well? I'm just wondering. For no real reason. Honestly. Amita next looks for a digital watermark, something the company who produced the DVD would have hard-coded so that any piracy could be traced back to a source. Just as long as it's not a dirty cartoon watermark that makes you lose lots of paper business. Amita discovers that the watermark shows the DVD was issued to Brett Chandler.