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Basketball star Rachard tries to take the pressure off of himself and shine it on Wallace when Wallace tells a reporter that Rashard was behind the wheel in the deadly hit-and-run accident in Chicago, by turing the story around and implicated Wallace as the driver in the crash. After Keith swipes interview tapes regarding the bus crash from the sheriff's office he discovers some surprising information. Weevil convinces Veronica against her better judgement to bug a confessional booth in an effort to learn which gang member is going again the rules and is dealing drugs with the Fitzpatrick clan.
Cliff McCormack: So, it's called self-surrender. At the negotiated time, 5 days hence, Wallace Fennel will turn himself into the Neptune Sheriff's department who will oversee his transfer to the Chicago police.
Wallace: What if I'm not there?
Cliff McCormack: Then they'll issue a warrant, you'll be arrested, probably found guilty and end up married to some enormous murderer named Tiny. My advice -- be punctual.
Veronica: Or prove your innocence.
Cliff McCormack: Or that, suit yourself.
(Logan and Weevil are sitting at tables next to each other at the restaurant where Veronica works)
Weevil: Uh, yeah, can we stay focused here? 'Cause if we're seen here by the wrong people, that would be bad.
Veronica: Oh, so this is sneaking. I have a pantomime horse disguise you could use...do either of you have experience being a horse's ass?
Keith: Can you dig up the Murray file? I guess now we need to destroy it.
Veronica: What! They reconciled? How?
Keith: Mystery of love would be my guess.
Veronica: (Voiceover) Million dollar "sorry I banged the maid" ring would be mine.
Eli: Ok, we got a Fitzpatrick priest running the show at the church where the P.C.H.'s go, right?
Logan: That's decent thinking for a novice. But aren't priests supposed to be, like.. good and stuff?