I just want to note how on that scene was. It brings a complexity to the triangle that we haven't seen so far, since this is really the first interaction Duncan and Logan have had since Logan and Veronica hooked up. Also, each of them knows the other one has a point here, although Duncan in particular is loath to admit it. It seems in character to me that Logan is the one who broke first and approached Duncan. And as an encouraging side note, Teddy Dunn was really good in that scene. More Duncan and Logan scenes, please, as long as they don't kill each other.
Duncan, Veronica, Wallace, and Jackie are sitting around what looks like Duncan's suite watching the BBC version of Pride and Prejudice Veronica alluded to earlier. Veronica disapprovingly looks at Duncan's bandaged knuckles, and he tries to play the fight off as being "just what guys do sometimes." Sure. One day you're wearing matching underwear, the next day you're beating each other to a bloody pulp. Who knows what tomorrow will bring? Veronica thinks Colin Firth would never get into a fistfight. Hard-boiled or not, if she's a Firth fan, I find it hard to believe Veronica hasn't seen Bridget Jones's Diary. I'd bet she's even seen the sequel, although it's far less likely she'd admit it. Wallace and Duncan commiserate about how they don't get the whole Firth thing, and I'll risk a spate of angry emails by saying that I sort of agree. Jackie pipes up that she used to date this actor who did this play in London, and Colin Firth was at the afterparty. She puts on a mediocre English accent and says something about Mr. Darcy, but the gist is that she would have been right chuffed to drop her knickers and have a go with Colin. VMVO bitches about Jackie's name-dropping, jet-setting ways: "How can Jackie stand the non-stop excitement of being herself?" I'm going to take that as a rhetorical question, because I have a feeling that if I try to answer it, the stun gun is going to make its first appearance this season.