Neptune Grand. Logan is already sitting and stuffing his face when Duncan joins him, and if you think I didn't see the affectionate squeeze Duncan gives Logan's arm, you don't know what recapping is like. Duncan grandly says he's not sure they should play videogames, since this visit is supposed to be about mending fences and building bridges: "I'm afraid that my waxing your ass just isn't gonna help." On the contrary -- you just said you're interested in reducing the friction between you. Logan's all, bring it on, and tees off.
Psychic access. Madame Sophie -- who, I should mention played nosy Mrs. Huber on Desperate Housewives -- hugs a girl and utters these comforting words: "You're going to do just fine at those baton-twirling tryouts!" Hee. VMVO snits that "the dead are looking out for the shallow," but Veronica's there to communicate with a made-up "dead-before-his-time Uncle Roger," about whom she babbled to the psychic's audience accomplice. Madame Sophie asks if anyone's looking for an "R," and Veronica raises her hand like a total teacher's pet. Old habits die hard.
Veronica's on stage now, and Sophie babbles about Roger as Veronica tries to look interesting. She doesn't need to try, though, after Sophie changes tacks and says she's hearing from a young woman. "Lilly. Lilly?" Wallace, Jackie with him, looks up, concerned. Sophie: "She has a message for you. She says...you should have stayed away from her boyfriend." Veronica looks floored as Logan and Duncan observe. I should note that it doesn't seem particularly credible that Logan and Duncan would be watching this together if they're trying to get along. Nevertheless, they shift uncomfortably and wonder whether this means Veronica nailed Haaron at some point.
We're in the same spot, where the psychic tells everyone that Lilly has something else to say -- about infomercials. "You...don't need the...Mammomax? Veronica." Yes, I believe I addressed that earlier. Veronica's expression turns sardonic as she realizes that the psychic and Jackie set her up. Veronica, here's the moment where you bust out the blender. Just to clarify a plot point, I'm guessing that Jackie gave the psychic the five hundred bucks' worth of candles as payment for her complicity in the scheme. If not, Wallace is going to be choking on vanilla for a long time to come.