Veronica sits with Logan in the sheriff's office. She comments, "We should do this more often." I see someone's been reading the boards. The ostensible eyewitness emerges from an office and struts by them. She looks a bit like Ann Jillian, had Ann Jillian been living in a trailer park for the last ten years. Now that I think of it, has anyone seen her in a while? The eyewitness blows past the kids, although I'd think she'd recognize Logan, especially with his little news-making stunt from several episode back. Logan looks like he's going to unleash a snarl that would give Backup a run for his money, but Veronica tells him to heel, and that she's got it covered. She hands Logan an earpiece, and they both listen to the show as, down the hall, Cliff The Highly Entertaining Sleazy Lawyer (I really need a better nickname for him) stops "White Trash Walking," as Veronica called her, and says he's with the Weekly World News, and that he's interested in her story. I thought the Weekly World News only ran stories concerning aliens, but I could see them getting confused, what with Lynn's third lip and all. Anyway, Cliff baits her into revealing that she made the whole thing up. Remember in Ferris Bueller's Day Off, when Ferris looks at the odometer in the Ferrari, and is all, "Here's where Cameron goes ballistic"? Substitute "Logan" for "Cameron," and you've got yourself an instant mini-remake. Logan bellows about trailers and Spam, and the woman hurries out as fast as her Paylesses will carry her. Veronica thanks Cliff, and he tells her she owes him one.
Veronica goes over to a still-seething Logan, but her attention is distracted by her sighting of Deputy Leo. Un! Comfortable! Veronica greets him, and gets a frosty reply. She tells Logan to give her a minute, and to stay calm, because finding out that woman is a fraud is good news. Yeah, you'd think Logan might want to latch onto that a little bit here. Logan goes outside, and Veronica approaches Leo to explain. She comes clean about all the evidence that doesn't add up about Koontz -- the fact that Wiedman called the tip in, the planting of Lilly's shoes, and the tell-tale traffic ticket. Leo asks how she knows all this, and Veronica says she's done everything she could to get to the truth, including using him; she adds, "I used you then fell for you, not the other way around." Leo breaks into a smile. Aw. I still like him. Not a popular opinion, but I didn't take this job to be liked. Or that's what I tell myself so I don't cry myself to sleep at night.