Tegan and Sara's "I Know I Know I Know" kicks up as Hannah and Logan get busy in his suite. It's pretty hot -- certainly more so than his coldly clinical sessions with Kendall. Anyway, interspersed with their fooling around are shots of a headless man approaching their door (and they make a big point of showing that the penthouse is on the twelfth floor, which conflicts with any reasonable guess of Cliff's financial means). Said man takes a keycard out of his pocket, and the door opens as Hannah's hymen breathes a sigh of relief. Not so the rest of her, as some hotel guy has let her dad in. He orders Hannah to get dressed, not that she isn't automatically doing so, because the only thing unsexier than being caught in flagrante by your parents is the reverse. Griffith says that Logan's lucky he doesn't kill him. Funny, isn't it -- it occurs to me that Griffith had no guarantee that Logan wouldn't do exactly this once Griffith dropped the charges. He was simply counting on Logan to be a douchebag, and it's kind of unlucky for him that he missed such a solid bet. Logan emotionally tells Griffith not to talk to Hannah that way, and then adds the groanworthy line, "There's nothing you can do that will stop me from seeing her." The only positive is that events will soon cause him to think twice before ever saying that sentence again. Anyway, Griffith hauls Hannah out of there.
Keith is giving Veronica the soft sell on staying in Neptune, but Veronica isn't having it. Looking to change the subject, she glances at the Freedom Essay assignment and asks what Keith knows about plastic explosives. Keith says that if you're licensed, legitimate uses include construction, mining, and demolition. Veronica looks at him pointedly and repeats, "Demolition," and if she didn't know that you use explosives to blow things up, maybe Hearst is out of her league anyway.
Neptune High. Wallace grinningly tells Veronica that he got the scholarship.
Elsewhere, Logan asks one of Hannah's friends where she is, and she tells him that Griffith shipped her off to boarding school in Vermont. Logan looks distraught, but hey, it's better than a suicidal blood clot.
Construction site. A hard-hat-sporting Veronica is interviewing the foreman. Presumably she told him she was there for the Navigator. He mentions C4, and Veronica plays dumb, so he shows her what it looks like, and VMVO tells us it's exactly the same stuff she saw in the airplane hangar. The foreman yells at a "Danny," and when we see who he's talking to...well, I'll leave it to the VMVO: "Is it just a coincidence that Danny Boyd works here?" Well, I will point out that I called him being in construction. VMVO goes on: "Or do I now have to add the Fitzpatricks to the list of people who could have framed Terrence Cook? Or even crashed the bus?" I'm not sure you want an answer, but it's YES, and I'm even less sure you want some editorializing, but ABOUT FUCKING TIME. Veronica and Boyd lock eyes, so you can bet that something is on.