Anyway, Veronica quickly ditches her theory after analyzing the lab reports and determining from various factors that they couldn't have been tampered with. Wallace thinks that means he's screwed, but Veronica speculates that the results might have been accurate, and Wallace he might simply have ingested an illegal substance without knowing it. It hurts me to harp on the shoddy detective work here, but it is part of my job, so I have to point out that this theory, as well as the original theory that Butters changed the test results of the kids who failed, completely ignores the 09er stoner whose results came back negative. It's a relatively subtle point, but given that Veronica wastes several minutes of this jam-packed episode on an investigation she should have known to skip, it's an error that really should have been avoided. Anyway, Veronica asks whether Wallace ate any suspicious brownies, and he brightens as he says that, on the day of the "Back To School Athletics Banquet," there were spirit boxes in their lockers, containing not brownies but cookies. Veronica asks if he ate any. Wallace: "I ate six." Heh. No wonder Veronica made him snickerdoodles. She knew they wouldn't go to waste. Veronica says she's going to stop at the drugstore, and Wallace tells her he'll follow her, since she doesn't want to go out alone. VMVO tells us that that's probably true, since after the DA dropped the charges against Logan, Neptune became a different place.
Flashback. Logan and Veronica make out in his car, parked near Veronica's apartment. Veronica jokes that Keith probably has the sights of a rifle trained on Logan. Logan tells Veronica that she's lucky she's not out there with some "pretty-boy jerk." Well, I rarely see a post that doesn't call Logan at least one of those words, but I think most people will at least agree that he's not a boy. And he certainly won't be after Charisma Carpenter gets through with him. Veronica jokes that he is pretty, but he says what he means is that he's in love with her. Veronica smiles, pleased, and makes a joke about second base, but doesn't voice the reciprocal sentiment. Which is just as well for a number of reasons, not the least of which are the many shocking things that have been done by Echolls family members in the name of love. No wonder playing "That's Amore" around them is like waving a flag at a bull. Anyway, Logan and Veronica assume a more comfortable and less vertical position to continue their spit-swapping, but they hear the sound of a motorcycle, and then one of the windows of Logan's car explodes in a shower of glass. I still think that was Keith. As a former cop, he certainly knows how to fire a warning shot. Logan and Veronica pop up and look after the cycle, shaken up. Perhaps driving a yellow Humvee isn't the best way to maintain a low profile in a town that hates you, Logan. Come to think of it, they'd probably hate you just for the Humvee alone, so it's just a bad idea on all counts.