Veronica checks with Amelia's roommate, but she hasn't heard from her. The roommate is surprised at the Ibiza news, since Amelia was hardly the "Girls Gone Wild" type, and the roommate practically had to drag Amelia to the "Greek booze cruise" last year: "Or maybe it's true what they say: Money changes people." Wow, Amelia didn't want to hang out with a bunch of drunken fratty louts who lick their fingers, paw a girl, and say, "Let's get you out of these wet clothes"? Thank God she came into three million dollars to cure such deviance!
Having ditched the roommate, Veronica looks at a pay phone and gets an idea. She's always doing that.
Cut to Veronica at Mike's door again, asking whether he jotted down the numbers of his phone cards anywhere.
Later, chez Mars, Veronica's on her computer as VMVO tells us that she's checking the Ibiza website, which is where Mike said he and Amelia learned of all the great parties. Veronica does a search for Amelia. These scenes are flying along from a recapping standpoint. Considering that happens somewhat less often that a blue moon on this show, I don't mind taking time to show my appreciation.
Sheriff's office. Cliff (yay!) is indeed Logan's appointed lawyer. Logan sighs, "My tax dollars at work." I'd think his tax bill alone would be enough to get a better lawyer. In fact, I didn't think someone with Logan's kind of money could use a public defender even if he wanted to. Logan's in handcuffs again, but he probably likes it that way. Cliff introduces himself as an "If you cannot afford an attorney" attorney. Hee, but I hope he's speaking somewhat metaphorically, because there aren't a whole lot of things Logan can't afford. Okay, yes, most of his money's probably still in trust, but he's still got his inheritance from his mom. He's also likely to have credit lines that extend about as far as Uranus. (First one of the season! That's for you, Keckler.) Cliff calls Logan out on this point, saying that having Cliff as his attorney doesn't make Logan look innocent: "It makes you look like an arrogant jackass." Well, Logan has his moments, but if Cliff's correct, I wouldn't say that the stunt is exactly distorting reality. Cliff sternly says that if the witness's story holds, Logan will go to trial, but Logan responds that the guy is lying. Cliff says that the guy deposed that Logan was ranting like a maniac over Felix's corpse. Logan asks what was in his own statement. Cliff: "The expletive racial expletive had it maternal expletive coming." Hee. Cliff adds that Logan threatened to use his father's money to have the witness killed, and adds, "The Echolls name won't buy you a lot of jury love." Not unless the trial is conducted on the internet.