Logan, to his credit, is horrified at Heather's effort, but she babbles that Veronica will love it, and girls love feeling special, and people in love shouldn't break up. That may sound hopelessly naïve, but it does earn her a pat on the head from Logan, so I guess she's doing something right. Logan leaves the room, and Heather follows him and says she's starting to feel like a shut-in. She asks if there's a workout room. Logan says he'll show her.
Ratner prissily shows Veronica the room to which he delivered the dessert, and mentions that he overheard a verbal fight therein. The kicker is that the fight was between two men.
Heeee hee hee. This scene is so awesome. Ratner and Veronica get the elevator, only to find Logan and Heather inside. Ratner gets on, and pointedly asks a stunned Veronica if she's going to do the same. After a moment, she does, and even bids Logan an uncertain hello. Logan returns the greeting while staring straight ahead like he's carsick and the slightest movement will make him projectile-vomit. Which, minus the car part, is probably pretty much the case. Veronica looks over at Heather and asks, "Is that my shirt?" Ah ha ha ha ha ha. This is just too precious. Logan explains/non-explains that Heather was out of clothes. Heather gets this "EEEEE!" smile as she recognizes Veronica, and loudly proclaims her glee as Veronica and Ratner make bemused faces. Heather then can't control herself and asks Veronica if she was listening to the radio dedication. Veronica, conflicting emotions readily apparent, admits that she did hear it. Heather tells her it's true: Logan's sorry and he misses her and they should get back together because he totally loves her, and luckily for Logan, the elevator is laughing so hard at this point that it has to pause for breath. Logan and Heather get off, but Logan does look back pleadingly at Veronica before the door closes. Ratner snarks, "Trouble in paradise?" This one's making the rounds quickly, Veronica, so it's a good thing you talked to Tina when you did.
Back outside the elevator, Heather is upset, saying that Logan had the perfect opportunity there, and that he should have told Veronica how he feels. He yells that he's not eleven or delusional. As Heather's eyes fill up, Logan tells her that she doesn't know anything about love: "It is easy to be happy all the time when you're eleven." Given his family history, I'm guessing Logan's going on hearsay here. He tells Heather to talk to him about love when she knows something about it. You'd better fix this, Logan, because in TV Land, making Little Girl God cry is worse than organizing bumfights.