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.
Veronica arrives at Josh's house and asks if he can show her the spot where he found his dad's body. God, Veronica, enough with the pussyfooting around. Josh says that the cops already checked the scene, but she tells him that they didn't know what they were looking for. Outside, Josh tells her how weird it is that his father is gone, and ascertains that Veronica is very close with her dad. Geez, Josh, I'm starting to understand your dad's opinion of your skills, because way to leave her open. Sure enough, Veronica turns the question around. Josh: "It's funny. He was my best friend and my worst enemy." Hilarious! Let me write that one down!
Lamb is in his office on the computer when Sacks comes in and tells him that there's a kid there who claims to have seen something on the cliff the other night. Lamb gets up in a hurry. Geez, Lamb, I know this is important, but you could at least say goodbye to the rest of the people in the "Sheriffs Have The Biggest Nightsticks" chatroom. As he enters the main area, you can see a nameplate in the foreground that tells us that Inga's surname is "Olofson," for the trivia-minded among you. Anyway, Lamb comes out to discover that the alleged witness is Mason...
...and then they're in an interrogation room, wherein Mason is telling Lamb that after the game, he was heading down the PCH to San Diego to see his girlfriend. He saw the coach's car, and then the coach, who was arguing with someone. Lamb asks who it was, and Mason admits that it went by fast, but that he got a good look, and it was Josh. The DUN DUN DUN music suggests that this is a dark development. Fine, soundtrack, I won't light any sparklers or skip around my living room while squealing. You never let me have any fun.