Night. Veronica wakes up with a start, as she hears a woman's voice scream above her, followed by a loud THUD. Veronica looks concerned, realizing that that scream was a little loud simply to be a thing that goes hump in the night.
Morning. Veronica asks Keith about the noise, but he claims he can sleep through anything. Veronica makes a note of that, just in case her next boyfriend isn't a drug-dealing sociopath. She says it sounded like a falling body. Keith: "Would you describe the sound as Hitchcockian?" Hee. He's asking for a broken leg, though. Veronica tells him she has to give Luka that ride...
...and she's on her way upstairs. She knocks a couple times, but there's no answer. Looking through some glass, she sees that several items -- lamps, plants, and the like -- have been knocked over and broken, and Killer is barking away on the bed. Mystified, Veronica puzzles us into the commercial break.
In Miss Dent's class, Veronica leaves a message for Luka. She goes back to looking at the yearbook as VMVO tells us that the people who say high-school years are the best of your life are usually on the yearbook staff. Well, I don't know if that's true, but to think that, they'd have to be completely out of touch with what's fun and cool -- oh. I see her point. Veronica discovers that Jake Kane and her mom were Prom King and Queen. She finally discovered something in the yearbook more disturbing than the hairstyles.
Weevil's finishing up taking a piss as Felix hangs out with him. You know, I keep typing his name "Feliz," and I think that's what I'm going to call him from now on. After all, he's always really happy to see Weevil, if you take my meaning. Anyway, Weevil washes his hands (good boy) as Feliz talks about Logan, saying he'd freak if he knew that Weevil and Lilly had a little sumpin sumpin going on. Weevil freaks, saying it wasn't like that, and turns to go. Feliz: "What? What I say?" You don't know either? One of us is going to have to start paying attention, Feliz.
Veronica catches Duncan in the hall and asks him if he knew about the "your dad, my mom" thing. He says he didn't, and flees the scene faster than you can say "kissing you sister." Duncan, you can't hide your lyin' eyes. And your smile would be a thin disguise, if you ever actually smiled. Good thing Logan's got enough to go around. VMVO tells us that Duncan's certainly evasive, and in a very cool effect, Veronica flashes into her long-haired self from a year ago, in the exact same position in the hallway. Here it is: Duncan broke up with Veronica before Lilly's murder. And the forum posters crash Paypal's servers trying to settle their bets. Veronica asks Lilly why Duncan is suddenly treating her like something he scraped off his shoe. Lilly doesn't know, and thinks it's probably just a mood, but says she'll talk to him: "You know, I don't know what you people would do without me." And here I thought the show's anvil netting was foolproof. Some lessons are more painful to learn than others.