Veronica emerges from her apartment complex and starts walking down the street, before stopping and heading back to a parked van. She slides the door open and greets a binoculars-sporting Vinnie with a "Mornin', Sam." Vinnie lowers his lenses and gives the only possible answer: "Mornin', Ralph." Hee. Veronica hands Vinnie a letter to give to Duncan, should he find him, marked "Personal & Confidential." Vinnie agrees, but barely waits a moment after she's gone to open the letter. From the back, there appears to be quite a lot of writing on it, so either Veronica really believes Vinnie is going to find Duncan, or she's using an awful lot of words to communicate the message "I said PERSONAL and CONFIDENTIAL, you sleazy, greasy-haired, Members Only-wearing dirtbag." Vinnie smiles to himself, but I'm not sure that gives us a clue as to which it is.
Neptune High, boys' bathroom division. Weevil catches Sean, the sleazebag from "An Echolls Family Christmas" and "A Trip To The Dentist," washing his hands. He might as well not bother -- the filth on his hands is more appealing than the rest of him. On the other hand, he's grown his hair out, which I think suits him. Anyway, Weevil gives him shit about the fact that his family is in the domestic staffing industry: "I can hardly tell where you end and I begin." Heh. Sean asks what he can get Weevil. Weevil asks the name of Sean's supplier and, when he's unforthcoming, asks if it's the Fitzpatricks. Sean: "They take a blowtorch to you if you're short a dime bag. I'm not that dumb." Well, if you ever decide you want to be that dumb, be sure and let me know so I can sell tickets. (I should note that I think the actor who plays Sean is great, though.) Sean leaves, and Weevil asks if Logan believes him. Logan emerges from a stall, and I'm sorry to say that his sneakers were visible the whole time, because I'd think they'd have wanted Sean to think he was alone with Weevil. I mean, Logan might not have thought of that, but I'd think Weevil would have advised him. Maybe his attention was focused elsewhere. Anyway, Logan thinks Sean was telling the truth, and speculates that the PCHer mixed up with the Fitzpatricks might be the one who took the knife in the gut. Weevil asks if Logan remembers when two of the Fitzpatricks still went to Neptune, and Logan recalls they were like "seventh-year seniors." Weevil says they stuck around to keep the high-school drug trade going, but when the school expelled them, Weevil's predecessor, "Reaper Gus," took over. Gus tried to expand the PCHers' trade, and a couple months later he "disappears like Jimmy Hoffa." And why was Gus nicknamed "Reaper"? Because of his surname -- Toombs. He was Felix's big brother. Considering what happened to Felix, the Toombs name is a lot more fitting than even they realized. Weevil opines that there's "no way in hell" Felix was working with the Fitzpatricks. Well, as long as you're defining "working with" fairly narrowly.