Hannah's reading in a full classroom when Logan enters and gives the teacher a note.
Cut to the hallway, from which Logan grabs Hannah and pulls her into an empty science classroom. She asks what he's doing, and he smiles, "It depends. What are you gonna let me do?" I don't know, but if your balls are involved in any way, I'd check first to see how painful the footwear that Hannah's sporting looks. Hannah informs Logan that her dad told her about the bridge, but Logan straight-up says that her dad is a liar, and wasn't even there. But for anyone who thinks Logan's truly coming clean with her, I'd point out that he says he didn't know who Hannah's dad was when he met her at the carnival, which seems eminently false, if only from the way he was so expectant when Dr. Griffith showed up. Logan adds that Hannah's dad is a cokehead, and in deep to the Fitzpatricks. Well, it's nice to see that Logan isn't going for the clichés like candy and flowers, but I think this approach to winning a girl's heart might have a few problems all its own. He says that the Fitzpatricks are the ones who really wanted Felix dead. Noting Hannah's torn expression, he urges her to think about what he's said, and also to check around the house. Man, is Logan a dick. If he weren't such good TV, I'd have to...write mean things about him? It occurs to me I don't really have a whole lot of other options.
Mars Investigations. Keith triumphantly shows Cook the pictures and tells him about the cell phone jamming, but Cook tells him that the pictures show he was in a private meeting with Lobo, who's an unsavory character in the sports betting world: "If I admit that I was in his office, I make myself the next Pete Rose." Rather than pointing out that being the next Pete Rose might be preferable to being the next O.J. Simpson, Keith suggests that they take the photos to Lamb, and that Keith will use "a little leverage" to make sure the photos don't get out. Are they gonna arm-wrestle? Because that would be cool!