Veronica pulls into Weevil's uncle's auto shop. Veronica tells Weevil that the car's got alternator trouble. Weevil brings up the reward the Kanes are offering. Veronica's still slightly attitudinal about what happened at the end of the last episode, but Weevil points out that if Veronica really thought he'd hurt Lilly, she'd have a homing device "on his ass." Well, there are only so many asses she can keep track of at once, and I have a feeling Tad's is going to keep her pretty busy. Also, I neglected to point this out last week, but Weevil could have been after Lilly's pen just because the idea that Koontz wasn't actually the killer put the notion in his head that the pen might contain a clue to the killer's identity -- it doesn't necessarily mean he was covering his own actions. Veronica's smile confirms Weevil's analysis, and he takes advantage of the goodwill by offering her some information for 10\% of the reward, namely that Duncan bought a "crapped-out Impala" from his uncle's friend "a few weeks back." Is that how much time has passed since Duncan took off? Seems like a lot, but then again, if he's substituting tequila for his epilepsy medication, he could be losing days at a time here. Most of us don't even need the medication factor to achieve that result when tequila is involved. Still, I would have thought the Kane parents would at least have put Wiedman on the case. Duncan's probably a major shareholder of Kane Software, after all. Veronica tells Weevil that if the information pans out, she'll give him 8\%, if he throws in the alternator. Weevil agrees. Ironic that last week's dog-themed episode was the only one wherein he didn't heel when Veronica ordered him to.
Cut to Veronica coming out of the lot as she gives the license plate of the car Duncan bought to Keith over the phone. Logan pulls up, and she gets into the passenger seat as she finishes up the call. He could have come in and said hi to Weevil, but love triangles are always awkward. And painful. Logan smiles as he notes, "It's always business with you..."
...and we cut to them making out as they enter the Echolls home. You know a show's good when they can pull off that sort of "ironic" transition without making me want to lay waste to all the soundstages in Los Angeles. Of course, the show's filmed in San Diego, but the principle is the same. Logan informs Veronica that Haaron's at some sort of enlightenment class, and Trina's at a "purse-store opening." If Alyson Hannigan's acting isn't going to improve, I can only hope that one of those purses opens wide and swallows her like a Venus flytrap. And now I've got "Little Purse Of Horrors" stuck in my head. It's kind of catchy, actually. Logan says that Haaron is taking a variety of classes, including tae kwon do. I hope he wasn't taking that at the time of the last episode, because if he was, the section on using the discipline only for self-defense seems to have been sadly lacking. Logan also points out a glass urn that Haaron made to house Lynn's ashes, only since a body was never discovered, he filled it with sea water. I can't tell if the replica's authentic -- does anybody know what color collagen is?