Logan and Heather are back playing the videogame, and Heather asks Logan why he and Veronica aren't still together. He tells her that he did something he shouldn't have done. "Someone" is more like it, but I guess even he can give an eleven-year-old girl the G-rated version. Also, Logan could be referring to his preposterous-looking trimmed stubble, which is definitely "something" he should have avoided. I'll admit that Matthew Fox can pull that look off, but not him. Heather asks if Logan has apologized in such a way that Veronica knows he means he's sorry. Logan: "I poured my heart out to her on her voicemail, and she never even called me back." Wow. It's a good thing Dick isn't here to hear this, because telling an eleven-year-old that you "poured your heart out" on your ex's voicemail is bringing sad-sackery to a whole new level. Heather suggests calling Veronica again.
Keith enters the security office at the Neptune Grand and warmly greets the guy who's watching the monitors, "Reggie." Reggie asks if Keith wants him to check up on Veronica again, causing those of us who get off on continuity porn to light a cigarette. Keith asks if Reggie can check up on a client's alibi from December 10th, but Reggie tells him the bad news that their hard drive starts recording over itself after a month. However, if Keith has a license plate, Reggie could check with his buddy who runs the valet service, since they keep those records for ages. Keith smiles big.
On Hearst's campus, Veronica catches Mason and asks what he told Lamb he saw on the night in question. Mason tells her what he told the sheriff, but Veronica asks whether the coach and "Josh" were facing each other. Mason says yes, so Veronica points out that it sounds like he only saw Josh from behind, so she wonders how he can be sure it was him. Wow, some real, honest-to-God detective work this episode. I may have to buy another pack of smokes here. Mason says that he saw Josh's hair and basketball jacket, and he looked back and saw his profile when he went by. Veronica asks about Mason's feelings toward the coach in the wake of his demotion, causing that temper of Mason's that Josh warned us about to flare a little as he asks whether Veronica thinks he'd kill his coach over that. Veronica: "A woman in Texas hired a hitman to take out the mother of her daughter's cheerleading rival, so, you know, I'm pretty much willing to consider anything. Where do you keep your gun?" On the one hand, the delivery there rocked. On the other, Bring It On used that reference, like, seven years ago, so maybe it's time to look for some new material. (As Gabrielle Union would say, "Tried to steal our bit! But you look like shit! And we're the ones who are down with it!" Yes, I still have every line of that movie memorized. What of it?) Mason is all, "Screw you," and bails. Oh, I don't think Wallace would be too happy to hear that Mason said that to Veronica! Yeah, you know, Wallace! Um...that guy, who was in that one scene? And he had a couple of lines? No? Sigh. Commercials.