Back in the lobby, Veronica sees "Darius Bagley, a.k.a. 'Dime Bag'" and two of his boys enter the hotel and start complaining about their room. The clerk says she'll switch them to the biggest room they have. Dime Bag complains about the hotel's VIP treatment, and thinking quickly, Veronica saunters up, introduces herself as the hospitality hostess, and apologizes for the mixup while getting in a dig at the clerk about how "the new help doesn't always quite get it." I think the VIP marks are actually very high, assuming "VIP" stands for "Veronica Is a Playa." Veronica offers to show them to their room. They get in the elevator, and Veronica pushes the button. I do think that the best suite in the hotel would probably require a special key for elevator access. I realize I'm nitpicking, but what else am I supposed to do while I wait for my Social Security check to arrive? (Especially since the waits are likely to get longer, if you know what I mean.)
Upstairs, Dime Bag, who's played by Sam Sarpong, is pleased with the room. Veronica plants a bug while pointing out the features of the room in a hilariously lame manner. She leaves with the promise of sending up more Cristal. Hee.
Parking garage. Veronica tells Keith she just went to the bathroom. Keith powers up his computer to listen to the bug's feed, but all he gets is a bickering couple. Veronica makes an adjustment, and we hear Dime Bag and his cronies. Keith stares daggers at Veronica, and then one of the guys talks about how hot Veronica was. Well, at least Keith doesn't have to change his facial expression. Another of the guys calls Veronica "scrawny" as Veronica asks Keith to drop the attitude. She asks what their next move is, and Keith tells her that he's going to have to get Bone to beg. Veronica starts the car as she claims, "I'm not scrawny." Keith just looks at her. Veronica: "I'm not." Hee. Time to hit the gym, Sticky.
Chez Echolls. In the living room, we pan over photographs of the family in happier times. Unless I missed it, they didn't take the opportunity to include Alyson Hannigan's image into any of them. Interesting. Logan and Haaron emerge and head for the door, but before they proceed outside, Haaron tells Logan that he has a pretty good idea what's going through his head. If that were true, you'd be locking all your doors and windows and sleeping in body armor. Haaron goes on that he knows Logan blames him for Lynn's death, but they should be a team now, as they're all they've got. Logan puts on his shades and gives Haaron a sarky peace sign with his fingers. Haaron looks a little defeated. Perhaps a peace offering would work. How about a "Get Out Of One Whipping Free" card?