We cut to the pound, where Leo is knocking on the door in official capacity with Veronica at his side. Given the dog-themed favor, I guess Veronica knew Leo couldn't resist a call to help his brethren. He's very well trained, you know. The lights come on, and Desk Guy opens the door. As Veronica, Mandy, and Wallace file in, Leo orders Desk Guy to take them to the back. As the group passes a bunch of caged dogs, Wallace breaks off from the group to position himself in front of a door with a "KEEP OUT" sign on it. Desk Guy lamely tries to tell them that that's where they keep dogs with contagious diseases. Such as indigence. Fortunately, this crowd has already caught that particular strain, and Leo orders him to open the door. Inside, they don't find Chester, but they do come across several dogs that match the posters that Veronica took from Dog Beach. Mandy, distraught, leaves the room as Leo cuffs Desk Guy, who protests that Leo can't prove he had anything to do with the dognapping. Leo begs him to resist arrest. Yeah, Desk Guy, his girlfriend dumped him and called him sweet. You might want to go quietly. Suddenly, the group hears Mandy screaming, and Veronica and Wallace rush out of the room. They find Hans writhing on the ground as Mandy zaps him in the neck with a stun gun. I wish we'd seen the beginning of that scene. "Oh Mandy! You came and you DZZZZZZAAAAUUUUUGH!" Mandy rather psychotically is all, "You killed my dog!" and it's just a shame that Chester's name isn't "Precious." Veronica pulls Mandy away as Wallace grins. C'mon, you knew he was a sucker for a girl with a taser. And did Veronica lend that to Mandy, or did she get her own? Because if it's the latter, I think she took Veronica's little speech about respect a little too much to heart. I mean, couldn't she have started by rocking out to a little Aretha Franklin? But maybe it's for the best, as Hans gives up that Chester isn't dead -- he just sold him. Oh, Hans. Still think Veronica Mars is the coolest girl in school? You do, huh? That's kind of what I thought.
Leo puts Hans in a squad car, and then goes over to Veronica, who thanks him, and then wonders if she can ask him a weird question. Leo: "Do you ask any other kind of questions?" Veronica asks if Leo's sure that Weevil had a pen on him when he was arrested, and Leo says yes, and what's more, it was a pretty girly one. "So much for your bad boy." He leaves, as Veronica ponders her information.