Harmony comes into Keith's office to pick him up, but he tells her he's not going. Weirdly, she smiles big and asks him again to come with her, and he looks like he's going to throw up as he says he can't. Some Dramamine might help, Keith.
Later, Keith answers a call: it's Logan, who confesses that he's looking for Veronica, as that he thinks she's trying to hide from him. Keith sympathetically tells Logan that Keith's on her shit list too, but reveals that she's staying at Wallace's.
Oh God. Here we go. In the food court, a "DJ Hellfish" is on the college radio. Veronica sets her tray down, but sees something in her food that, judging from the look on her face, is either a hair or an image of the Lord. Either way, I don't think she's going to be chowing down on this particular plate. She does in fact go back, but leaves her drink on the table. She returns with a new tray, takes a couple of sips of her drink, and checks her messages, which include three, from Logan, of varying degrees of agitation. No mention of their troubles, though, which might have been the way to go. The next message is from Keith, who emotionally tells her that he ended things with Harmony, and that he'd just like to see her. Take notes, Logan. Veronica, to me, looks thrilled that Keith did the right thing and not that she got her way, but the moment is interrupted when some fancy, choppy editing and camera work seems to indicate that she gets a case of the spins. She shakes it off, though, and doesn't seem to think anything's amiss. And maybe it's Babel on my mind again, but the event of leaving her drink unattended, which was so happenstance at the time and seems so ill-judged in retrospect, is thematically brilliant given Logan's whole confession. Yes, yes, I know you want to get back to the part where VERONICA JUST GOT DRUGGED.
But first, Piz is in his room, and let me just say now that unless they're being assholes with the editing timeline, I don't see how Piz could be involved in the rapes unless he has an accomplice, which seems exceedingly unlikely. The idea has been advanced that Veronica's assailant is a copycat and not the real rapist, which...is interesting, but frankly, I don't see them catching a copycat and the real rapist in the two episodes left in this arc. There's a knock at the door, and Piz answers to find Logan, who looks surprised, although he shouldn't be. Veronica did say the bowling would be Wallace and his roommate, so the math isn't something that requires excessive motel-bound studying to have a handle on. Anyway, Logan struggles to contain his emotions as he gets the information Piz has, which is not a lot but is enough to provoke some jealousy and suspicion. A lot of people thought Piz was taking a lot of pleasure in Logan's misery here, and while I love Piz, I have to admit I see that maybe just a little.