Anyway, Pope shows the class a picture of the sailboat he's going to cruise off on once he retires, which Duncan identifies as a "Swan 40." Pope says the restoration's been tricky, and that the hull had to be resealed twice. Logan: "Didn't plug her right the first time, huh?" He turns to stare at Veronica, although the shot's blocked so we don't see her reaction. Some people on the boards thought he was referring to the roofie sex, but that seems exceedingly unlikely to me. This comment seems like a natural addendum to his remark in the last episode about the cuddling being the best part. Anyway, regardless of how he meant it, Duncan cottons on that it's derogatory, and tackles Logan. Nice! I wasn't expecting that. The fight continues into the hallway, where they slam up against some lockers, and then fall to the floor. Well, no one said rich boys fighting is worth Pay-Per-View.
In her office, the school nurse wraps up Duncan's right hand, having already ministered to his left. She opines that the girl they're fighting over won't be very impressed by this. I am not at all sure that I agree. Logan's sitting in the feyest pose we've seen from him in a while. Maybe Duncan knocked the gay back into him. The nurse informs Duncan that the principal is waiting for him, and then, saying she'll be back for Logan, takes off. I would think she should maybe stick around to make sure the TWO BOYS WHO JUST WERE AT EACH OTHER'S THROATS DON'T START AGAIN. I mean, her little speech wasn't that inspiring. Duncan starts to go, but Logan says he thinks Veronica would in fact have been impressed, so he disagrees with "Nurse Ratched." Boy, if he can compare that officious woman to the absolutely wonderful Louise Fletcher, Duncan must have hit him even harder than I thought. Duncan notes that Logan's exposing his soft underbelly. Logan: "My underbelly is rock hard. It can go all night." Yeah, but your hip flexors probably give out after about an hour. Duncan starts to say that Logan lost Veronica, and that Duncan didn't steal her, but Logan bites out that this has nothing to do with Veronica -- it has to do with the fact that Duncan was nowhere to be found when Logan needed him: "It is a war out there, and you're on the sidelines. Do you remember when you used to have my back?" Duncan sarcastically recalls that he was dealing with something, too: "Your dad murdered my sister." Logan takes a moment to recover as the nurse reappears. Duncan once again starts to leave, but Logan offers, "I hate him too, you know." Duncan, looking not at all pleased, pauses for a moment, possibly wanting to say something else, but then bails. Logan starts to tear up a little, and the nurse, having started to put antiseptic on his knuckle, asks if that stings. See, Logan? Nurse Ratched would have dumped the bottle on your hand with a serene smile.