Out at the site where Thumper had Weevil beaten up, the PCHers wait in a line as the Fitzpatricks arrive to collect their cash. Hector, the obvious new leader of the PCHers, throws Liam an envelope, which Liam notes is thin, and unlike with the Stanford letter, that's not going to lead to any surprise good news. Long story short, Liam picks out a kid who just happens to be Harry's little brother, who he says has been short two weeks in a row. It looks to me like he's been short a lot longer than that, so maybe by stringing him up, they're doing him a favor. No, turns out they just want to use him as a punching bag until the other PCHers cough up enough cash for Liam to be satisfied, and worse, the tough he sends over to do the dirty work does not seem to think that punches are meant to be pulled. The cash starts flowing freely, but what actually gets Liam's attention is Weevil pulling up in his car. After some grand speechifying on both sides, Weevil produces the license-plate list, which he says has some big-shot clients on it -- "lawyers on speed, coked-up pro athletes, celebrities' kids rolling on E. Ask yourself this question -- exactly how much business did Heidi Fleiss do when her little book went public, huh?" Heh. Weevil adds that he's got copies of the list everywhere, and that the day he goes missing is the day they go public. I'm sure Thumper would be all, "I should have thought of that" if he could see this, but brimstone isn't the most transparent of substances. Liam tries to laugh off his defeat, but is unconvincing, probably because if it doesn't involve bloody knuckles or bare ass cheeks, it's not fun in Liam's book. The Fitzpatricks withdraw, as the PCHers sing Weevil's praises. Until, that is, Weevil tells them that they're on their own, and drives off. Say what you will about his morals, but he is certainly nobody's bitch. (Sorry, Logan!)
Mars Investigations. Veronica and Keith have clearly been in research mode for a while, and Veronica enters to tell Keith that the cataract woman, "Mary MacDonald," is Liam's maternal grandmother. Well, if "Gun Moll" comes up on Wheel, Mary will probably be the first to get it, bad eyes and all. Veronica also informs Keith of what she learned about Liam's grudge against Cervando, noting that Liam had access to explosives through his cousin, Danny. Keith, for his part, informs Veronica that Kendall was in contact with Liam's brother "Cormac," who's in San Quentin for fraud. What's more, Cormac and Kendall were partners -- "grifters, working the long con. She was his roper." This is looking worse and worse for Beaver. Kid is in over his head, not that that's difficult. Keith adds that Kendall took the rap for Cormac with the wire-fraud thing to save him a third strike: "I'd say the rest of the Fitzpatricks owe Kendall a big one." They speculate that Liam might have followed the bus on Kendall's behalf: "Kendall could have made the call that blew up the bus while sipping margaritas by the Casablancas pool." And if my grandmother had wheels, she'd be a...ooh. Bad analogy. Also, Veronica relays what she learned from Logan. The "relevant" parts, that is.