Mars Investigations. Keith's lying on the couch when Haaron enters holding a couple of magazines. Keith offers him some water as Haaron sits down with a wince: "So, I guess I should have canceled that party after all." Keith chuckles, failing to add, "You also probably shouldn't have banged a psycho, told her you loved her, and tossed her out with the trash." One thing you obviously have to learn as a PI is restraint. Haaron pops some pills, so at least his wound is still causing him some pain. He tells Keith that the tabloid stories are tearing his family apart, and his daughter "Trina" is the only one who'll still talk to him. Well, if she's on his side, that probably means she and Logan aren't so much the loving brother and sister. Which, if half the forum posters' theories about siblings on this show are correct, will be a refreshing change around here. Haaron says he can't blame Logan or Lynn for the scandal, which means that his powers of rationalization only go so far. But I'd be happy to give him the number of a crazy ex-friend of mine any time he wants to go pro. Don't worry, even if she's reading this, she wouldn't think it's her. Sort of a twist on the "You're So Vain" mindset. Keith asks who would be privy to the Echolls family secrets, and Haaron can't think of any prime suspects. Keith says he'll dig around, but Haaron cautions him that Lynn is fragile: "I don't know how much more scandal she can take." Looking at my DVR, my estimation is just over half an hour. Keith reassures Haaron, and then leans in for a round of tonsil hockey. Well, not really, but another foot or so and there would have been absolutely nothing else to do.
Episode Report CardCouch Baron: A+ | 765 USERS: B-
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