While accompanying Wallace to Hearst College, she runs into her ex, Troy Vandergraff, who enlists her help when he is accused of date rape. Meanwhile, Keith helps Cliff with a personal problem involving a prostitute, and Logan makes a decision regarding his relationship with Hannah.
I really enjoyed the Hannah / Logan apsect of the show while it lasted. Normally Veronica is what I want to see on the screen, but I was actually very interested in that love story. The Dad sends her away to boarding school at the end of the episode, which effectivly writers her out of the show. With Season 2 drawing to a close I do wonder if Logan will remain in the main cast for season 3. I don't see him being able to get into Hearst College and with Wallace all ready on the way there I think that is where we are going to be finding Veronica in the next season.
The case there was good and I think it sets up well if Veronica does go there. The writers kind of tested the water in this episode as a "Here is what to expect" from season three. I thought the beginning of the episode dragged on a little bit but it picked up towards the end. The bus crash has tailed off for a few episodes now and I fully expect it to pick up here with the last six episodes of the season coming up.