Mac then spots Logan and Parker giggling up by the food line, and Mac asks if they can give Logan and Parker their table. Veronica's all fake smiles and visible panic, and Mac cheerfully waves them over. Mac makes sardonic small-talk with Logan about their days at Neptune together, and he deadpans right back about not having any memory of her whatsoever. They banter back and forth, Mac managing to reference Heathers, I Know What You Did Last Summer and She's All That in under thirty seconds, until Parker begs them to stop. Jealous? Because...I would be. When did Mac and Logan get such great chemistry? Veronica and her fake smile of smiley fakeness say that she and Mac have to split, but Parker manages to squeeze in yet another invite to her party. Veronica insincerely says she's all about it. As she and Mac make their retreat, Veronica remarks that Mac and Logan seem awfully chummy. Mac says she was never a fan of old, "surly" Logan, but since he's "been around so much" (i.e., since he's been with Parker), she's seen a sweet side. "That was probably the side you saw all the time." Veronica's raised eyebrow tells us that maybe Logan's improved attitude might have something to do with his new girlfriend. Clearly, this angst deficiency is unacceptable and all Parker's fault. Bring back old Logan! The one who got drunk all the time and set poor people's swimming pools on fire!
Veronica throws an arm around Mac's shoulders and asks if, prior to heading to Parker's party, they might meet up so Mac could bash her over the head with a hammer a few times. Mac's all, "Tempting. But they asked me to help set up." Veronica takes a rain check on that action and continues on her way. Her way takes her to Wallace and Piz, who seem to be headed back from some quad football. She cheerfully mentions Parker's party and asks if they're both up for some "strength in numbers" action. Wallace says that he's in, and he starts to say that Piz has other plans, but Piz barrels over him and says he'd be happy to come. Veronica, meanwhile, spots someone with a "Sneed Batmen" sweatshirt on (this guy is #7) and is all, "Kthanksbye!" Wallace follows Piz inside their room and asks if he didn't have a "Yo-Yo Taco" event on Saturday. Piz goes, "Yo La Tengo. But this sounds like more fun." Wallace sighs and says Piz is like one of those people who stand behind the poker players in Vegas but don't play a hand themselves. Piz hates a poker analogy as much as I do and is like, "Your point?" Wallace makes the obligatory and oh-so-original observation that Piz needs to "go all in" at some point. He says he's taking Piz out, and he's going to talk to a girl who knows he's alive. Presumably once that criteria is reached, Piz can move on to girls who actually like him. I'd suggest not starting with bars frequented by Veronica Mars message boarders.