Mars Investigations. Keith tells Haaron that he interviewed the woman who catered the Casablancases' Halloween party: "Apparently, you were caught in flagrante?" Well. I wonder how many half-brothers and sisters Logan has scattered around Neptune. Perhaps it'll turn out that Logan and Veronica are related. They've got a head start on the sibling hostility, anyway. Haaron is busted, but Keith tells him that he's just there to figure out who's stalking Haaron, not to tell Lynn the gory details. He gives Haaron the guest list from the party, and asks him to circle the names of the women whom he slept with. Haaron circles a name -- and another -- and another. Keith: "Maybe I should clarify. Who you slept with at the Halloween party." Hee. Un! Comfortable! Haaron sheepishly tells Keith that that was the night he had "the hard cider." You can practically see Keith start to open his mouth to reply, "Not the only hard thing you had!"
Luckily, however, a flashback precludes that retort. We see Haaron on a lounge under some panting woman who's dressed like Little Bo Peep. Her staff is nowhere to be seen, and you couldn't pay me enough to speculate where it might be. Haaron -- well, it's hard to make out what he's wearing, since it's not completely on, but let's just say I'm almost sure I saw leopard print. Perhaps that explains why the female member of the catering staff that catches them in the act stares goggle-eyed, no doubt thinking, "I thought you were Tarzan, not Cheetah!" Oof. Sorry, that was an awful thing to do to you. In seasonal repentance, I'd promise to listen to crappy and annoying Christmas music for an hour, if I hadn't been hearing it nonstop since THANKSGIVING. Haaron thinks Little Ho Peep isn't a stalker, since she's his agent's wife. Keith: "I'm sure she's lovely." Hee. Keith produces photos from the party, and asks Haaron to single out the images of the women he's boned. Haaron picks out a photo of Ho Peep with two other women. Keith notes that they're all invited to Lynn's Christmas party: "Maybe that's not the best idea." I don't know -- if Haaron picks one of them, he's got a two in three chance of getting some play, and only a one in three chance of getting sliced up like a sturgeon. I know a lot of guys who have bucked waaaay worse odds than that. Also, I have to note, as people did on the forums, that it's a little strange that Keith didn't originally include the girl who got canned as a suspect: since Haaron got her fired, it's within reason to think she'd want revenge. In Keith's defense, however, the poem does make it look like the stalker is a spurned lover, and we don't know that about her yet. Oh, well, I guess we do now. If you wanted to be surprised, I guess I screwed up. I won't do it again, even though I totally know who killed Lilly Kane.