Keith's staking out what seems to be Butterface's place. He sees Andre and Butterface come out, and Andre loads some suitcases into his car. Doesn't really look great for him, but I figured out the resolution of the A-plot at the mention of the rape. As I said, I may be slow, but I've watched TV before. At the train station, Keith stops Andre and Butterface, noting that it's a suspicious time for Andre to be skipping town. Andre corrects Keith that he's just dropping Butterface off. I guess he's done painting her in the nude, then. I'll tell Miss Alli that it's safe for her to open her eyes. Keith lets them go, but says he's going to wait for Andre. Well, it's your time to waste, I guess.
In front of a graffiti-streaked wall, Clemmons tells Logan and Weevil that they're getting off easy, so obviously Logan made Weevil's reinstatement in Neptune High a condition of forking over the boots. I'd say the audience was the winner in that trade. Clemmons leaves, and the boys get set to repaint the wall, but Logan notices that Weevil's got Lilly's name tattooed inside a heart on his back. I should mention that Logan and Weevil refer to the tattoo as being on Weevil's arm, which probably just indicates a last-minute script change. Because if they have that much trouble keeping body parts straight, it would really be interesting to see what would happen if one of them said, "Pull my finger." Logan gets all in Weevil's face about the tattoo, but after some swaggering and posturing, Weevil says that Lilly is his little sister's name. Logan lets it go way too easily. The forum posters do not make the same mistake. But really, "Lilly" -- and the double "L" clinches it -- is far too uncommon a name for Logan to buy that. Also, given Weevil's grandmother's ten years of employment with the Echolls family, wouldn't Logan have some idea of whether that's true? I mean, he'd just have to have taken the slightest bit of interest once in ten years...okay it sounded good for a second. Anyway.