Mac walks down a hallway, turns and looks into a room, and gets a concerned look on her face.
Beach. Logan admits that he's having a decent time, and then the three girls from earlier appear and ask if they have any more beer. Chip amends his earlier opinion to say that the girls are hot enough. Amazing what seventeen beers can do for your vision. One girl asks what they've got, and Logan looks into the cooler and slightly glassily tells her, "Apparently we're into the cheap stuff." Just wait a scene or two.
Bronson tells Veronica and Parker that if they get bored of "Club Club" (hee), they should come by "Goldfinger's"; he tends bar there. Dude, you're adorable, but you look TWELVE. (The actor was apparently born in 1983, which is seriously beyond belief.) Parker, still trying to parse the situation, asks Amy if she hangs out there, which gives Mac cover to return and surreptitiously tell Veronica to go look in the back. Veronica asks to get a glass of water too, and soon she's discovering the missing rodents. She sighs, "Rats." Yup, I'd say so.
Veronica returns and fakey-fakes enthusiasm about the rats, asking where the monkey is. Bronson says that he doesn't have the monkey, and what's more, he didn't liberate the rats -- they just showed up in a box at his doorstep. He didn't find it unusual, since "people know [he's] the animals guy. It happens." Surprisingly, no one looks around to see if there's a stray python or hyena running around. Instead, Veronica asks to see the box in question.
Cut to Veronica pulling out some shredded magazines from inside the box as Parker pointedly tells Bronson that Amy seems nice. She's not easily distracted from the important issues. Veronica asks how long Bronson and Amy have been together. Bronson: "Nineteen years. She's my sister." This felt a little cheap and beneath this show to me, but you can't have everything. Plus, Amy's probably the killer, so they had to work her in somehow. Anyway, Parker's like, "Ohhh, riiiiiight!" and gives Mac an adorable little "EEEEEE!" look. Mac doesn't look as psyched, because she's been on the show a lot longer, and therefore knows that just because people are brother and sister doesn't mean they're not sleeping together. Veronica stuffs some of the shreds into her bag as Mac awkwardly asks if she's going to tell Pauline and Gil about the rats. Veronica, not without sympathy, says that they're clients, and that she kind of has to. Aw.