Logan: It does. It means I'm getting laid. And I owe your village a goat.
Logan introducing Kendall to Trina:
Rode Hard, meet Put Away Wet.
For Buffy fans in the audience, it was added funny AND awesome, because Willow finally got the best of Cordelia.
In "The Girl Next Door", Veronica is trying to track down her missing neighbor Sarah, and she thinks Sarah's friend Adam, who manages a clothing store, knows something. When he refuses to talk, Veronica calls Weevil, and he and the rest of the PCHers come to the store, generally making a mess of things. Then Veronica walks back in:
Veronica: Guys! Remember, no white after Labor Day!
PCHers: (in mock disappointment) Aw!
Weevil finds Veronica in front of the trophy case. This isn't Getting Crap Past the Radar, this is "someone's dead at the switchboard."
Weevil: If you're lookin' for my trophy, it's back by auto shop.
Veronica: Lube job? Or...can you medal in stealing hubcaps?
Weevil: Is this 1970? Rims, baby.
Veronica: So you got a trophy for a rim job?
Weevil: Forget it. Look, I got some information for you.
Logan's smartass comments to Veronica when he's trying to get Veronica to help clear him of Felix's murder.
"Pretend for a moment that your dog's life is at stake."
Keith wants to test whether the deputies are actually checking IDs at bars, so he sends Piz and Wallace in with fake IDs with pictures of Jon Bon Jovi and Biggie Smalls.
"You know we don't all look alike, Mr. Mars?
Veronica trying to break into Keith's safe after he changed the combination, and lamenting that Keith is smart enough that there's no way to figure out the code (not a meaningful number, not written down anywhere). When she finally finds the code, hidden in the day planner, she excitedly opens up the safe and gets hit by an ink bomb. Made even funnier by Keith's enthusiasm at her falling for it.