At the party, Veronica and Weevil load their buffet plates. Weevil makes a big show of noting that he's at this fancy party with a hilarious "Where's Weevil?" A passing extra looks horrified to realize that the answer is, in fact, right there. Hee. It's a wonderful life, as Weevil well knows. Veronica sees Jake Kane excuse himself from his wife and the Echolls parents, and excuses herself in turn.
Elsewhere, Duncan finds Logan and apologizes in a straight-guy way. That is so say, there's a lot of manly hemming and hawing, but if you listen closely, you might actually hear the word "sorry." Logan looks touched as he admits that he's done plenty of other stuff, which isn't so much the straight-guy way, but you knew that already. The two of them then complete the traditional WASP apology, which is to turn to the open bar and proceed to get shitfaced.
Keith tries to get into the party, but the security guys deny him.
Veronica tracks down Jake Kane in the study. Keep an eye out for candlesticks and lead pipes, Veronica. People were wondering what he's doing just poking around in an empty room, which is indeed a fair question. Veronica closes the door and gets right into it, asking Jake if it's standard company security practice to tail sixteen-year-old girls and draw bullseyes on their photographs. If it is, I hope they have the good sense not to make it known at the shareholders' meeting.
Keith sidles away from the security guards.
Voice breaking, Veronica tells Jake what Widman did, and asks why he did it. Jake claims that she's not making any sense. "What Child Is This" is playing in the background, by the way. Heh. Veronica asks why he ran Lianne out of town, an accusation he denies, and when she asks why Lianne would have hidden the pictures, Jake bellows that he doesn't know. Veronica says she doesn't believe him. She lets him pass, but not before Keith sees them talking. Uh oh. Better upgrade that Christmas present ASAP.