Back in the living room, Logan says he didn't stab Felix, and Veronica sincerely says that she believes him. Logan says that he threw the knife in the water, got in his car, and drove. I have to note that this all seems highly suspect. The guy who found Logan casually told him that he called an ambulance while Felix's corpse is all, "I'm right here, dude"? I mean, wouldn't this guy have called the police as well, and maybe attempted to disarm Logan himself? Something's not right here. And with that, I'm going to put on my Captain Obvious hat. It's got a propeller and everything! Veronica winces, knowing that Logan's deserting the scene didn't do him any favors, and then starts to broach the subject of Haaron, but Logan says he already knows: apparently the video star is killing on the radio. Logan cries in Veronica's arms until there's a knock at the door. It would be hilarious if it were Duncan, and she opened the door and was all, "I was hoping it would be you...ten minutes ago!" But it's actually Deputy Leo, who says he's looking for Logan: he saw Logan's SUV. Veronica sighs in resignation and opens the door, but Leo takes a moment to stroke one side of Veronica's face. I hope he's just taking a look at a bruise she got from Haaron or something, because if he's trying to win her back, given that he hasn't locked up the current boyfriend yet, I'm thinking it might be a little too soon. Leo reads Logan his rights as Veronica defeatedly slumps against the door. Nice work by Max Greenfield there.
Back in the coffee house, VMVO gives the rather obvious view that a lot happened to her over the summer, and then Veronica turns off the TV. Her friend complains that she was watching it. Now, I'm no editor, but given that this episode is stuffed fuller than a FEMA suggestion box, I'm thinking that scene could possibly have been cut.
School. VMVO tells us that senior year is a fresh start, and that she should try not to screw it up. Wallace falls into step next to her, and she bellows, "Seniors rule!" and body-checks him. Hee. Percy Daggs, for his part, does a good job of pretending that he just got hit by something that weighs more than any product made by Nerf. Wallace complains that Veronica didn't call him back the night before. Veronica: "Don't go getting all girl on me!" Wallace informs her that he failed his drug test, just as Kelvin and five other athletes did, while "Jimmy Day," the starting quarterback, passed even though he regularly partakes of certain herbal remedies. He's probably a little young to cry glaucoma. Veronica tells us that, in Neptune, nothing happens accidentally, just to give the themes of normality and class warfare a break in the rotation. Wallace tells Veronica that one 09er did fail the drug test -- Meg. Veronica's shocked, and starts to stride away purposefully as Wallace asks if she'll help. She's all, duh, and gives the obligatory Pacino "Just when I think I'm out..." Godfather III quote. That's how I feel running through my DVR series record list every at the beginning of every season, honey. Credits.