Anyway, this "fun" comes to an end when Logan and Trina enter. Duncan warmly greets Trina, so it seems the two of them also got along back in the day. I expect that Trina will cast someone great to play Duncan in the biopic. Actually, I suppose it's going to be not so much "casting" as "whittling," but only the finest wood will be used. Kendall kisses Logan, which he's not too psyched about, and then talks about the car while employing lots of double entendres. Trina, for her part, looks totally grossed out by the thought of Logan and Kendall being a couple, and the animatronic baby chooses that moment to show its good taste by crying in agreement. Trina butts into the conversation, and after some commentary about Logan's penis size...oh. I guess I should wait for the significant percentage of you that just ran running for the shower.
Back? Okay. After a bit more snark, Logan introduces the two "girls": "Rode Hard, meet Put Away Wet." I think, then, that Kendall talks about Trina's D-minus-list status by way of snarking on Melissa Rivers, while Trina comes back about Kendall's cradle-robbing by way of a Chuck E. Cheese reference. It all sounded very amusing, but really, I could have gotten it wrong, since I'm still laughing from that line of Logan's. Seriously, I cracked up, loudly, on first viewing, which doesn't happen to me very often even with this show. Okay. Trina says she needs Logan home early, since he's got school the next day. She leaves, and Logan says the laugh's on her: the purpose of her visit was to borrow Logan's video camera. Well, honey, if you do borrow it, make sure you stick in a blank tape. I don't know how far the expression "like father, like son" can be taken, but it's really best to be prepared. Fun scene.