Heather wanders into Logan's bedroom and, seeing him lying forlornly on the bed, asks him if he's sick. Upon hearing a negative, she asks him if he wants her to put highlights in his hair, but that too gets a negative. Don't feel bad, hon. I'm pretty sure Logan could frost his tips with one hand while making coffee with the other, so your help really isn't necessary. Heather gets the hit from 0 and 2, however, when she asks Logan if he can show her how to hook up his GameCube.
Cut to the two of them playing some game. (Don't email me. ["I think it was Mario Kart." -- Wing Chun]) Even Logan can't help being into it: "And if you're Daisy or Peach, you can use the heart to protect you." Hee. Heather enthuses that Logan's life is so cool, and after she exposits that she and her family are only in Neptune on vacation, they get into a cute argument over the quality of local ice-cream parlors, but even the cute of Little Girl God isn't enough to keep Logan in a good mood for more than five seconds, so he gets all mopey again, and Heather clues in that he's sad about a girl. Changing tacks, she asks if he has any extra-small clothes around: "I'm starting to smell like you." Logan turns and stares at her. Hey, it's tough when an eleven-year-old steals your scene. Look on the bright side -- she's not as creepy-looking as Dakota Fanning.