Weevil and Veronica are awaiting the PCHers at some industrial setting. Weevil notes that they're uncharacteristically late, but Veronica says part of her hopes they don't show, because if they do, they're probably innocent, which wouldn't be so great for Josh. Aw. Veronica likes her skinny white guys, to which...well, one of her boyfriends will attest. Anyway, right on cue, the PCHers pull up. Well, on the plus side, if Josh gets hauled off to jail, Veronica can tell him whom to go to for the best GHB.
When we return, the PCHers approach as Veronica remarks to Weevil that she's interested to see who replaced him at the top of the food chain. Of course, anyone who watched the show last season would know that that's Hector, but let's ignore that and focus on the fact that the current leader is actually Arturo, that kid who was tasering and robbing pizza boys last year. Arturo's none too thrilled that Weevil got him there just to see Veronica, especially when Veronica snarks to Weevil: "You gave me the impression running the gang was a man's job." Well, unlike last year, Arturo seems to have broken that pesky 5'6" barrier. He's getting there! Veronica tells Arturo that a lot of people think the PCHers are responsible for the coach's death, and asks why she should believe otherwise. Seems like she's keeping an open mind and gathering evidence without jumping to conclusions. You know, Veronica, it's really hard to be invested in the show if you're going to conduct yourself in a manner that's so out of character. Arturo replies that the papers reported that the coach was driving a piece-of-crap station wagon (a '96 Roadster), and that they'd hardly carjack someone over eight hundred bucks or so. Also, he says that guns aren't their style -- they leave a nail board on the road, the mark gets a flat, and when he's finished changing the tire, they drive up. If they're doing this in an area with no cell signals, thus making it impossible for anyone to call Triple-A, Arturo's a lot smarter than I would have guessed. Perhaps that's why Weevil can't stop a little "They grow up so fast" expression from crossing his face. Anyway, Arturo says that their marks rarely even put up a fight, but just hand the keys over. He starts to leave, but turns back to ask them to find the real culprit: "This dead coast is killin' my business." Heh, and scene.
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.