Wallace's new girlfriend Jane asks for Veronica's help in finding her older sister, who mysteriously disappeared following her bachelorette party. Meanwhile, Logan finds it more and more difficult to live in Neptune when "The Tinseltown Diaries" airs his father's story, and steps up his plot against Tom Griffith. Kendall goes to an unlikely source for help when Cassidy begins to get their company up and running, but finds that funds are low. The case in this episode was actually pretty good, but the ending left a little more to be desired. Veronica finds out that she is out-witting a fellow private investigator that she met in a previous episode this season. I liked all the searching that went into trying to find the missing woman, but the ending was kind of drawn out and I didn't particularly care for it.
Logan continues to try and play his new girlfriend Hannah, although I think he gets some feelings for her along the way which he didn't intend. He tricks the Dad into coming over to his place after sending out a fake e-mail and the Dad offers to get off his back if he stops seeing Hannah. Logan seems a little less excited about the idea when the father leaves. Kendall gets involved again in this episode, seemingly out of nowhere. Cassidy is running out of money and he needs some cash, to which prompts Kendall to try and go get some from Mr. Logan. I don't know how all that is going to play out, but to be honest I'm not interested in that storyline.
To continue - Terrance gets shot in this episode off camera. Keith seems to find some evidence proving that it wasn't Cook, but Lamb ignores it as he always does and we are right back to square one.