Speaking of which, Logan is boinking Charisma. He says that their "afternoon delight" is better than a marble-mouthed delivery. Well, he said something else, but Logan appears to be, along with Jackie, taking up the slack for Deputy Leo in the unclear line delivery department. Enunciate, kid. Charisma says Logan needs to keep quiet about the whole high-school thing, since there's "an ick factor." Well, there might be if they were doing anything, but this is an oddly limp scene, no pun intended. Charisma says something about wearing a "naughty schoolgirl uniform," and clearly she's no believer in karma if she doesn't want ick coming her way. Because, ick. Charisma says that Logan's her first younger guy, and Logan says it's "an honor and a privilege." And then we're out, even if Logan isn't.
Duncan finds Veronica waiting for him at his car. She's like, "I suck." Well, you do now. Duncan says he was just trying to make her feel better, and he's "struggling with all this too." Oy. I'm just going to let that one go. Veronica kisses and embraces him, and then tells him she has all these conflicting emotions: Grief for those who died, guilt over Meg, joy for being alive. NN: Good speech, huh? I know some people say "show, don't tell," but I learned "show and tell" a lot earlier in life! Suck it, Robert McKee! Duncan listens to her whole speech without a trace of an indication that he's experiencing any of the same emotions, and tells her it's not her fault. Veronica: "I'm afraid that line only works in Good Will Hunting." Yeah, and even there, it starts to get stale around the eighty-seventh time. In that one freakin' scene. Duncan laughs. NN: Pretty eyes, huh?