Logan randomly gives some kid attitude about drinking strawberry soda. I don't think it's the sugar he has a problem with, considering that the smooches he then shares with Hannah are seriously causing my teeth to consider bidding goodbye to this cruel world. Logan sneakily asks if Hannah got in trouble with her dad for all their "No, YOU'RE schmoopy" at the carnival, but the answer is no, so he tells her that he really wants to be alone with her. She invites him to her dad's that Saturday (and from the way she puts it, it sounds like her parents are divorced) if he wants to watch a movie. Logan: "I want. To rip your heart out of your chest and eat it as your dad watches in abject horror." My DVR cut the last part out, but luckily, it was pretty obvious.
Mars Investigations. Cook is complaining to Keith about how much his life sucks since Lamb questioned him about the bus crash. Keith maintains that things will go back to normal for him once Lamb drops the charges. And if anyone's in a position to attest to the fairness and rationality of the Neptune populace, it's Keith. He suggests that they focus on keeping Cook out of jail, and asks what he remembers about the day of the crash. Cook recounts his visit to the stadium, and says he left around 5. Keith informs us that the bus went over at 7:03, but Cook says that he doesn't remember anything more until around 11, when he turned on the news. I didn't mention it in the recap for "Driver Ed," but I have to point out that the call Ed made from the convenience store was said to be between 4:15 and 4:30, so unless the traffic was absolute murder on the way back, these times don't really match up. Ironic, too, because if the bus had been in heavy traffic when the bomb went off, that might have prevented murder. Also, though, Road Hog or not, it's kind of hard to believe that Weevil was two and a half hours outside of Neptune just when Veronica happened to need someone to distract her long enough to cause her to miss the bus, thereby saving her life...I mean, "give her a ride." (His motorcycle would be more effective in getting home through traffic, right? Don't email me.) Keith is skeptical that Cook doesn't remember anything, probably because he figures that the vengeful Naima would have made sure she made a "See you in HEEEEEEEEEEEEELL!" phone call as she went over. He realizes, however, that he doesn't remember much about the day in question either, causing Cook to point out that Keith could just as easily have made the phone call that blew up the bus. Ooh, good point! Except not really. Just stand there and look pretty while the Marses get to work, okay?