Neptune Grand. Logan is playing a video golf game as he and Weevil discuss what Weevil learned from Molly. Some of the Eagle-Eyed Forum Posters were quick to note that the game is the same one we saw him playing with Duncan, so the implication is that he misses the big guy. Also, Weevil's new tattoo reads "Familia," which will soon be ironic in the non-Morrisette way. Weevil asks if Logan's met the Fitzpatricks. Logan: "I found them scrappy, but lovable." Hee. Weevil tries to go on, but Logan's engrossed in his game, so Weevil pulls out the plug. Logan's pissed, but Weevil bites out, "This concerns you too, jailbird. You think I like sneakin' over here like this?" Wow, February's the earliest GLAAD has ever known the outcome of its "Gayest Sentence Of The Year" competition. Weevil says that before Patrick Fitzpatrick took his orders, he was well into the family business, and even did time. Logan asks where the packages could be passed. Weevil: "You ever been to a Catholic church?" Well, if he hasn't, all these clandestine visits are sure going to give him a reason to start.
Cut to Weevil leaving the hotel room and heading for the elevator. Around the corner, a Hispanic guy surreptitiously watches him. Well, it's no surprise they attracted attention. After all, we all know how loud Logan is.
Dinner. Two identically-dressed "slightly skanky" girls are sweet-talking Rashard. He sees a limo driver holding up a sign with his name on it, so he invites them to accompany him, no doubt to see how good their, um, "recruiting" skills are. Everyone piles in, but a well-dressed man who just happens to be black notices and excuses himself from a conversation. In the limo, Veronica's in the front seat, and she tells the driver they're going to the "Forum Suites Hotel." She calls Wallace and perks that the plan is going swimmingly, but as soon as she hangs up, a truck backs up into their path, forcing them to stop. This allows the well-dressed man, who also happens to be Rashard's uncle, to catch up to the limo, open the door, and summarily eject the girls from the back seat. So in addition to being Rashard's manager and agent, this guy's his leash. That's probably the most difficult job of the three. Uncle Leash lectures Rashard as Veronica calls Wallace to try to tell him about the change of plan, but gets his voicemail. As Veronica directs the driver to pull into the parking garage, Rashard asks Uncle Leash if he can still go to some frat party on Thursday. The answer is yes, as long as he thinks with his brains, and not -- he hits Rashard in the groin -- "with this." Heh. Veronica has the limo driver pull up next to Wallace's car in such a position that they can't open the back doors. Wallace knocks on the window, calling Rashard's name, but Veronica pops out and tells him that "a funny thing happened on the way to the Forum Suites." Heh. Incidentally, Veronica's wearing a UCLA blazer, so I guess she arranged with Tracy to pose as Rashard's handler or tour guide or whatever. Anyway, Wallace gets an unpleasant surprise when the window rolls down to reveal Uncle Leash. He tells Wallace not to mess with Rashard or he'll call Sayers "again," and then orders the driver to get them out of there before he calls the Chief of Police, whose number he has in his phone. "He's a big basketball fan." Wallace, maybe you should intensify your training regimen -- then you could drive around in limos and have people cover up crimes for you. Of course, you wouldn't be allowed to score any tail, but a lot of people are nostalgic for Season 1 anyway.