In the bathroom, Veronica's freshening up when the doorbell rings. She emerges to see that Haaron is letting in Dick and the Beav. Logan gives them a smile so fake it makes every single facial expression in Gosford Park seem positively sincere by comparison. Dick wonders why Logan couldn't go surfing with them, if he's just sitting around doing nothing, but then spies Veronica's bag and asks if he's got "a chick here." Logan lies that the bag is Trina's, knowing that Dick's too dumb to have watched the opening credits. Haaron, quickly cottoning on, says that he has to get the bag to Trina, and Logan hands it to him with a hesitant smile. As Haaron starts to leave, Logan suggests that he go as well, but Dick won't have it, as they have to discuss that coming weekend, which is their "Annual Surf and Chickfest" in Mexico. Ew. Team Casablancas blathers about beer and waves and "weak-willed cheerleaders" as Veronica wishes desperately that Haaron would get her bag to her so that she doesn't have to vomit on his nice floors. Haaron does, in fact, appear and conspiratorially offer Veronica a ride home. Veronica accepts without much hesitation, apparently not concerned that she recently saw Haaron beyond the breaking point, and it wasn't in a theater.
In the car, Haaron asks Veronica how she is. Veronica tells him she's embarrassed, which seems unnecessary, since if anyone would understand about being caught in a compromising position, it's Haaron. Just be glad you weren't dressed as Little Bo Peep. Haaron asks Veronica how Logan is, and Veronica speculates that he's "coming to terms." Haaron says that Logan was such a good kid before Lilly died. Well, we haven't seen much evidence of that, and I'm sure you'll forgive me if I cast a skeptical eye over the philandering, abusing, crap-movie-making dude's judgment of character. Veronica agrees that Logan has been "difficult" since Lilly died, and Haaron speculates that it's in the genes, since he can be difficult as well. Interesting that one quality that seems to be in the genes is a marked inability to keep it in the jeans. Haaron says that whatever the status of Veronica and Logan's relationship, their secret is safe with him, and he just appreciates what Veronica is doing to help Logan. Veronica seems surprisingly unsuspicious about all this, given that, despite Haaron's attempts at friendly sincerity, my skin couldn't be crawlier if it had a dozen millipedes on it. Of course, Veronica did say that Lynn was always nice to her, so it's not a stretch to think Haaron was as well.