Sac-n-Pac. We haven't been here since the pilot! Veronica finds Wallace reading the Neptune Register. He shows her an article about Cervando, which I wouldn't even bother looking at, except (a) it tells me that Cervando's last name was Perez and (b) the author is listed as "Diane Ruggiero," the lovely and talented co-executive producer who wrote this episode. Hee, nice. Veronica asks Wallace to, if she dies, go on Oprah and tell the world she loved kittens. Heh.
Weird cut here to Veronica knocking on a door in an apartment complex. Some guy answers, and once Veronica confirms that he's "Jeff Cotter," she introduces herself as an A.D.A., "Dawn Lamb." Ha! Awesome, even if I'm not sure I believe she could get those words out without her gag reflex kicking in. Veronica asks if Jeff knew Ed Doyle, but apart from recognizing his name and knowing that he lived in the area, the answer is no. Veronica tells Jeff that the phone call Doyle placed was to his apartment, but Cotter was in New York at the time. He calls for his wife, "Carla," who was Yola on The Chris Isaak Show. (Oh, shut up.) Veronica asks Yola about the call, but Yola tells Veronica she thinks it was just a wrong number. Veronica's phone rings, and she thanks Mr. and Mrs. Yola for their time. The call is from Jessie, who tells Veronica she can stop investigating; Lamb found a suicide note from her dad saved on his computer. Veronica's bummed expression takes us into a commercial break.