Cut to Veronica's Car Of Hiding In Plain Sight, sometime later. Veronica perks up as Logan tells BSK! that the week Lilly died would have been their second anniversary, and that they'd been together since junior high. BSK!: "Off and on?" Logan bitterly confirms that, and that they were "off! Temporarily," at the time of Lilly's death. Not to add to your obvious pain, kiddo, but you're not getting back together at this point unless you want to lug her bones around to parties with you. And, while that would make a great conversation piece and would save you lots of money on dates, I still think it'd get old pretty fast. BSK! asks why they were off. Logan, eyes glistening just a little, tells her they were supposed to go to a party, and Lilly stood him up because she was annoyed with him. He got drunk and kissed another girl "for, like, three seconds." BSK! asks if Lilly saw him, and the answer is no, but someone else did: "You must know her. Word is you're real close with her dad. You could do better." BSK! icily tells him to leave her out of this, and says it sounds like he blames Veronica. Logan: "You know, Veronica was my friend, too. And if she hadn't ratted me out, then Lilly and I would have stayed together." His voice starts to break as he continues, "And Lilly wouldn't have been alone that day. I would have been there. So yeah, I blame Veronica. And I blame myself for being stupid, and I blame Lilly for being a bitch that week." BSK! points out that if Logan had been with Lilly, he might be dead too. Logan, tearfully: "And what is so great about living?" Veronica looks like that thought's running through her mind as well. Man, great scene, leading to so many questions. Why did Lilly stand him up -- was it only because she was pissed off at him, or did the weirdness with Veronica over her and Duncan breaking up have anything to do with it? Was Lilly with Weevil? Did Veronica wrestle with the decision to tell Lilly, given that she and Logan were close friends? Most interestingly, does his stepping out on Lilly, given how he sees the consequences, make his father's infidelity especially offensive and bitter to him? I can't answer any of those questions, so I'll just say this: When the scenery hears that Jason Dohring's coming in for a shoot, it breathes a sigh of relief.
Veronica's tracking Duncan's car as Wallace enters. She absently asks how practice was, since apparently Wallace is on the basketball team now. She asks if he'd like to go on a field trip: Duncan's on the move: "If we hurry, we might be able to make it for the branding and the blood sacrifice." The way this season's been going, that could be a Roadblock on The Amazing Race. And if she's still on the show by then, I hope Victoria has done her limit, so her soul-sucking husband will have to put up. (Shutting up's clearly impossible for him.) Wallace says he was planning on hitting a few bars, and shows her his brand-spanking-new ID. Veronica looks at it, declares the workmanship shoddy, and notes that Wallace's yearbook picture was used. Yeah, I'd think bars might be a little suspicious of an ID with a photo of a kid in a cap and gown. Veronica bluntly declares the thing to be a piece of crap. "Now I'm not just falsely accused, I'm genuinely offended." Hee. Now you know how the TWoP staff feels when idiots write in gems like, "You guyz suk!!!!! Hier me -- am funnee and my Inglish iz grrrreat!!!!" Yes, I'm exaggerating. No, not by much.