When Veronica emerges from Keith's office, she finds Logan peering at her computer. She closes it quickly, but whether it's to hide the murder investigation files or to hide the "I LoVe Logan squeeeeeee!" files is for you to decide. It really just depends on how much time she spends on certain fan sites. Logan asks if she really thinks Lilly's murder was part of a vast conspiracy, and adds that he's glad his alibi held up, since he was out of the country at the time. Without bite, he asks what Veronica thinks Lilly would make of Veronica investigating all the people that loved Lilly. Interesting that he can ask this calmly, since this subject caused him quite a bit of pain in the past. Veronica slightly emotionally counters that she loved Lilly, and that if she hadn't, then maybe she'd be able to drop the investigation. Logan hands over a check and sincerely thanks Veronica for looking for Lynn. Veronica considers that, and says that Lynn was always nice to her, as she rips up the check. Sheesh. Maybe I should start being nicer to my landlord. Logan and Veronica share a tentative smile, and he leaves. VMVO wonders now who's going to pay for Amelia's hotel room. Maybe you could have compromised and asked Logan if Amelia could stay with him. I hear a bedroom has opened up in his house recently.
Cut to Amelia in said hotel room. Clash Of The Titans is playing on her TV, and we get a prime shot of Harry Hamlin. Hee hee hee hee hee. Veronica asks if the movie is pay-per-view. I doubt it, because people are likely to be on a tight budget in a hotel like this. Given that, they're not going to pay more than the movie is worth, and most places frown on taking pennies these days. Amelia is looking at the pictures of Lilly's shoes, and Veronica explains that they had to have been planted on here dad's houseboat. Amelia asks if Veronica's sure that the Kanes framed Abel, and Veronica asks who else had the money and influence to pull it off. We'll talk more about that later. Veronica adds that all the Kanes falsified their alibis. It's worth pointing out that we don't yet know what Duncan's alibi was, but since we know from his session with BSK! that he doesn't remember anything about the murder, Veronica's statement has to be true. Actually, should she show up again, Miss James will be known as FSK, for Former Show Killer. Congratulations, Paula! Or possibly "nice try." Amelia tells Veronica that her dad used to be normal, but that when Jake cheated him out of the streaming video patent, he changed. He got withdrawn, and eventually, after his wife spilled coffee on his computer, he backhanded her. Well, I don't condone violence, but if someone spilled coffee and cost me a recap, I'd have to close my eyes and count to ten. About a thousand times. Anyway, Amelia and her mom left the next day, and her mom divorced her dad. Amelia asks why the money's coming to her. Veronica hesitantly speculates that it's Koontz's way of saying he's sorry. Wow, I wish anyone that's wronged me in the past would come up with that method of making amends. It's a lot better that that bullshit they teach you in twelve-step programs.