Veronica pursues Logan across the front area of the school, but he protests that he can't be late for his first day with Woody Goodman. He tells her to call the County Courthouse, unnecessarily reminding her that he's the Honorary Assistant Deputy "Mayor" or whatever. She says that she has something she needs him to do, and he responds, "Ask not what Logan can do for you..." Veronica and I agree that the whole poli-sci quote thing is going to get really old soon if he keeps it up, but in a tone that kind of redeems it. Very much in line with the whole "daily quote" thing, which of course is my personal touchstone for the character. "Let me know," Logan grins. "Until then, I'll be speaking softly and carrying a big stick." Aww, Logan just can't quit with his best friend. So sweet. Veronica grabs his keys, and not his nuts like I would have, and asks him again about Felix's murder. For which he's still the guy: "The whole 'Dead Felix" business has lost its intrigue. When something stops being important to me, my memory gets a little fuzzy." He waits a beat, but you know what's coming: "...Wait, who are you?" Veronica explains to him (and me) in small words, again, what's on the table right now: "If Thumper did do it, he's going to get away with killing Felix, framing [Logan], taking over the PCH Bike Club, and cornering the high-school drug trade." She thinks a moment and drives it home: "We should invite him to speak at FBLA!" Logan reiterates that it's not his problem, and she asks if he's remembered anything about the real, not fake, 911 caller. He thinks, and then snots fakely: "Mexican dude. Driving a truck. Bumper sticker. 1-800-EAT...something..." Veronica gives him his keys back, but if you know Logan, you know he's realest at his fakest: he takes off, shouting over his shoulder that it was a San Diego Seafood truck, and that he'd probably know the guy if he saw him. Veronica stands there, remembering the Fake Logan rule once again.
Episode Report CardJacob Clifton: A | 1216 USERS: B-
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