After some snark ("Kiss me, Tattoo Boy" is what I heard), we go back to the present, where Weevil opines that Logan thought he was just "some dumb Mexican" and therefore an easy mark. Since Logan has played cards with Weevil before, I highly doubt that's true. Veronica asks whether Weevil thinks Logan did it, and Weevil doesn't exactly say yes, but while he's sure that no one left the room with the money, Logan could have hidden it.
Flash back to the game, where we get some exposition to the effect that Sean is a pretentious loser who has a chauffeur and flaunts his wealth, and that Connor has to go to the bathroom a lot. Sean notices "hot chick, poolside, bikini!" Everyone runs to the glass doors except Logan, because he has no desire to ogle his mother. Yes, it's Lynn Echolls in a bikini, who preens a bit to boost her MILF rating before diving into the water. The four boys at the door leer appreciatively. Druncan presses his nose against the glass so that he looks like a pig. Beyond what the gratuitous staring at his best friend's mom made him seem, that is. Weevil casts a glance at a dejected-looking Logan, and his face falls. He'd tell you that he was wondering if Logan was up to something, but I think he's just concerned about his boyfriend's feelings. Back in the present, Weevil tells Veronica that he's sure the money was in the house somewhere: "I would have torn the place apart if I didn't think he'd call the cops." You'll notice he didn't call the cops when asked to strip in front of four other guys. Just saying.
A pair of legs walks into Mars Investigations, film-noir style. They're attached to Lynn, who tells Keith she doesn't have an appointment, but that she hoped he'd be free. Unlike his attitude toward the Kanes in the flashback scene in "The Wrath Of Con," Keith looks genuinely pleased to see her. I think we're meant to take from his attitude that Lynn is a decent person. Of course, I don't know what Keith would think if he knew she sipped a highball while her husband took a belt to her son, but given how his daughter is treated by said son, he might not mind so much. Lynn is wearing conservative dress and Jackie O sunglasses, and seems nervous. Keith invites her to sit, and she tells him that she's freaked out. I'm freaked out too, but then again, I've never seen someone who had two upper lips before. (And don't bring up "Barbara Hershey" -- I'm trying to forget about that little part of my life.) Anyway, Lynn tells Keith that Haaron gets a lot of fan mail, and that some of it is fairly obsessive. I can't relate to that at all. Unless you count email, in which case I totally, totally can. One letter in particular is worrying Lynn, and considering that she found it on their breakfast table, I see her point. It reads, "Cheater, cheater, pumpkin eater, had a wife and couldn't keep her." Well, this will be an easy mystery to solve. After all, how many people can there be who write treemail for Survivor? Keith asks whether Lynn has any more threatening letters, and Lynn says that she does, at home, while expositing that Haaron doesn't take the threats seriously. Keith offers to come by that afternoon, and Lynn is grateful. She gets up to go, but turns back to note that it's been a long time. Keith rather glumly notes that their kids don't hang out any more. Lynn tells him that Logan's had a tough time since Lilly's death, and Keith counters that Veronica has too. Lynn nods. The subtext here, I think, is that Logan and Veronica were not just group buddies but close friends, which makes their dynamic far more interesting. Also, Lisa Rinna did a nice job with that scene. Especially for someone with three lips.