At the door is Kendall Casablancas, to whom Logan non-sequiturs, "You're not my grilled cheese!" Kendall's usually pretty funny, but her rejoinder is weak: "No." An unequal relationship will never last. Well, maybe that's all the lines she could remember for this scene. I hope she doesn't end up pregnant or in a coma! She's awesome! Kendall walks into the suite, and Logan does a cute little cartoon-sigh and sniffs the air she's just walked past. Somehow, he does this without seeming like a total pervert. Which is funny, because he can't even order lunch without making me feel funny, but this rather creepy business comes off charming instead. It's a mixed-up Echolls kind of world, this Veronica Mars show. Kendall recognizes Veronica as the "iPod girl...with the waxy-eared boyfriend" and this gives Kristen Bell the chance to do that sink-in-chair, cover-face kind of embarrassed maneuver that she's so good at. Normally, in the real world, this face and groan would mean, "Oh, crap, it's that girl I stole the parking spot from outside Trader Vic's. My bad, girl!" This is Neptune, though, so it's actually more like, "Oh crap, it's that one girl I performed industrial espionage on in order to destroy her marriage, her family, and her life! My bad, girl!" Kendall, oblivious, takes off into the cavernous-yet-hip other parts of the suite, and Logan turns on his heel like a Navy SEAL. "My codeword will be...'endurance.'" He says this to Veronica, basically, which makes this the first time he's addressed her, by the way, which is hella tight. He then gives a little spirit-fingers wave and heads back to endure him some Kendall. Duncan is...jealous? Annoyed? Happy to see Logan gone? Insecure?
Episode Report CardJacob Clifton: B+ | 1478 USERS: B-
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