Neptune Grand. Kendall has just wound up a pitch to Logan about her company. Logan: "I'm confused. You're talking, and your clothes are on." Haven't been able to say this much lately, but: with you there, sport. Logan's not interested, anyway, so Kendall admits defeat, but asks to use the bathroom. There's a knock at the door as Kendall makes herself scarce, and Logan answers the door to find Dr. Griffith, who tells him that he's won.
Kendall sneaks into Duncan's room -- which apparently hasn't been cleared of his stuff -- and heads for his shower. She kneels down to the drain, takes out a pair of tweezers, and removes some hair. You all probably don't need me to tell you that she could just as easily be grabbing her own hair as Duncan's, which would be fucking hilarious. Also, I'd complain about the lack of cleaning by the hotel staff, but this isn't the first time the Grand's guest services have disappeared in service of a contrived plot point.
Back in the suite, Kendall strides out, notes Griffith, and bids Logan farewell by kissing her finger and touching his lips. Logan's aware enough to use this moment to his advantage with Griffith, which I have to admit is awesome, if twisted and evil. Kendall leaves, and Logan and Griffith bicker with each other a bit, although it's notable that Logan calls Griffith a cokehead and Griffith doesn't deny it. It doesn't mean Logan didn't plant the drugs Hannah found, but it does mean that the part about Griffith using coke is true. Griffith, barely managing to contain his rage, says that his testimony will go away if Logan stays away from Hannah. Logan, possibly finally realizing just how deep a game it is that he's playing, nods almost imperceptibly, and Griffith storms out.
Java The Hut. Veronica comes across Vinnie, who tells her that she cost him a five-grand bonus. Veronica asks if he was going to buy a new jacket, which is hilarious, given that he's wearing the Members Only atrocity. Vinnie: "And give up the cheap women? Not likely." Veronica asks for Kim's cell phone back, explaining that she called Vinnie and left a threatening message. I don't know what threat would be most effective with Vinnie, but I'd bet anything having to do with talking to his ex-girlfriends would be right up there. Veronica does tell him that he's a halfway-decent PI before going over to Wallace (he was in this episode?) and Jane's table and handing Jane the phone. Jane informs Veronica that Heidi went back on tour with Nick, and Wallace asks her how it feels to play Cupid. Veronica says it's uncomfortable, which I can imagine, since Jeremy Piven leaves some awfully big shoes to fill. Jane makes a comment about true love, and Veronica says that if it comes looking for her, she'll be over by the espresso machine. She doesn't get that far, however, as Logan enters and says he knows she's busy, but "I think I've done something horrible." Kristen Bell shows her acting chops by getting Veronica to look genuinely surprised and concerned as we fade out.