In the courtyard, Dean bids farewell to his charges, and Wallace enthuses about Hearst. Veronica's not completely convinced, but is warming to the idea. Speaking of which, Icetwin joins them and says that the charges were dropped; he thanks Veronica, saying she's a real friend. Veronica: "How about we just call me an acquaintance with reservations?" Call it what you want, Veronica, but if you don't stay in touch I'm going to be pissed. Icetwin good-naturedly bids them farewell, clapping Wallace on the shoulder as he goes. (It's the little things, you know?) Dean comes up to tell Veronica and Wallace that the Pi Sigs got a semester of probation, which means no mixers, no parties, and no sports. Oh dear. Without those activities, the school had better start offering "Sublimating Homosexuality 101" immediately to pick up the slack. Dean adds that it was because of Veronica's picture, and Wallace points out that if she comes to Hearst next year, she'll already have enemies. You just get more and more fluent in Veronica every episode, Wallace. Dean bails.
Frat house. Stacy is waiting in the main room when Gordo appears, saying he heard she wanted to see him. Stacy takes out his hair in a plastic bag and tosses it into the ceiling fan, spraying it all over. Kind of goofy, but whatever therapy works for you.
Neptune High. Hannah and the track team march through the parking lot, and Hannah sees Logan waiting for her. He blurts out the deal he made with her dad, and Hannah says she figured as much, but asks if that was Logan's plan all along. He admits it -- thank GOD, because I didn't want that debate to rage on forever -- and Hannah neutrally asks if he wants forgiveness. Logan takes a deep breath and says he does. Hannah's face softens, and Logan, realizing what that means, takes her head in his hands. Careful with that, Logan -- you already broke something of hers. I could analyze why Logan's so keen for Hannah to forgive him, but when Jason Dohring's already done it for me, why bother?