In Logan's car, the girl from earlier pops up from his lap and gives him a quick kiss. I thought she was going for something else there, and given that it's Logan, it wouldn't have surprised me one bit. As he refastens whatever was unfastened, she tells him that she can't believe she just did that "with Aaron Echolls's son." I'd think that mentioning his dead dad would be a good way to kill his enthusiasm, but given that he already looked like he enjoyed their escapade about as much as he enjoyed his last root canal, it's probably a moot point.
Veronica is showing Gil and Pauline the pictures she took of the rats, but tells them that Bronson said he didn't have 25. Pauline notes that they can get a search warrant, and then Veronica is interrupted by a call from Mac, who tells her that she found something interesting in the hard drive. Let me guess: monkey porn?
Sacks shows up with a warrant to search Bronson's place.
Veronica enters Mac's room, and Mac starts babbling that she removed the RAM card from the computer to let it dry out. Veronica, however, has bigger, nerdier fish to fry, saying that the cops raided Bronson's place and found nothing. Given that it was just Sacks strolling around there, I think "raid" is an overstatement, although he certainly was wearing his most official-looking mustache. Mac adorably says that she didn't want Bronson to get into trouble, and that she believes his story. Veronica sighs, but she was already kind of over it before she entered the room. Mac hands her a plastic baggie and says that she found the contents on the motherboard. Veronica: "Looks like little leaves." See, I'm not the only one who's doing it today. Mac asks if she thinks it means anything, and Veronica smiles.