Veronica greets the cute boy who was in the briefing earlier. She introduces herself to the guy, whose name is Leo. They make with the flirting, which normally wouldn't be a bad thing. However, I just now noticed that his delivery and mannerisms are weirdly Eric Balfour-esque, and that can only end in tragedy. He's liable to die of a drug overdose or be turned into a vampire. Or worse yet, roam L.A. for years without latching onto a new show that lasts more than a few episodes. Anyway, Leo goes to put the lunch in the mini-fridge, affording Veronica the opportunity to take a look for the tape, although it doesn't look like she finds it. Leo returns and tells Veronica that it's going to be really tough not to eat that dinner himself, but that he'll refrain if Veronica will come back and visit him sometime. Oh, Leo. When the fly invites the spider into his home, it's just not even sporting. Veronica sunnily agrees and heads out. VMVO: "Oh, Deputy Leo. You might as well leave me a key and a map." And it'll be easy for her to get into the sheriff's office, too. Hi-yoooo!
Interrogation room. Keith and Fuckface are asking questions. The bartender is more tractable now that the insolence has been flipped out of him. He tells them that they should talk to "the Worm," who apparently videotapes girls in the bar, then sells them to something called Girls Gone Bad. Not clear at this point whether that's a magazine or a website, not that it really matters. I just hope Keith doesn't find a Photoshopped Veronica in there. Because the most likely suspect for submitting that would be Logan, and then the forum posters would lose their fey-vorite character.
No-tell motel. Keith and Fuckface pause at a door, hearing female moaning sounds. Supposing they're coming from a videotape, Keith knocks. I'd be surprised Fuckface isn't adjusting himself, but realize that that's probably not often necessary for him, if you take my meaning. Go back to the conversation about guns and guitars if you're confused. Some total Hey! It's That Guy! answers the door, and the "Worm" nickname is completely a propos, let me tell you. Whatever eel-like qualities Fuckface has absolutely pale in comparison. Keith shows Hey! It's That Worm! the picture of the girl, and says H!ITW! was filming at the bar the night she was murdered. The bar is called "Body Shots," by the way, which is a spot-on name for a bar that attracts sorority girls. It's so much so that MTV probably owns the frickin' place. While H!ITW! denies any knowledge of the girl, Fuckface observes a guitar and a video collection extensive enough to make David Duchovny blush. Keith allows H!ITW! to retire into his lair, however, causing Fuckface to freak out at Keith how this guy is totally the killer. Keith calmly tells Fuckface that if they let on that they think that, the guy will destroy the tapes before they can get a warrant. Oh, Keith. Warrants are so last millennium. Anyway, Keith blows off Fuckface, and Fuckface blows hot air. Good times.