Tom. Tom's interviewing Zach Berman, who says he was just having a normal party, with high-school seniors blowing off some steam. He says it's stressful, with everyone trying to figure out which college they're going to attend. Gedrick says he went to Santa Monica City College, which didn't have such a grueling admissions process. Zach bitches that he's going to be freezing his ass off in New Haven, and how much he doesn't want to go to Yale. He whines that his dad gave Yale so much money, he now has to attend. Gedrick doesn't really feel for Zach's rich-boy woes. The camera wiggles and wobbles, as if it's falling down a flight of stairs. Was that supposed to be Gedrick's POV?
Outside, Ray ponders why Zach would kill that girl. Not to leap to conclusions, or anything. Can't we get a print or something? Gedrick says that Zach isn't necessarily guilty. "Where?" Ray asks. "On Planet Crack?" Ray and Gedrick are now on Sunset Boulevard, just east of Fairfax, outside the Bank of America, across the street from a Blockbuster Video. Apparently, the Berman mansion is inside The Coffee Bean and Tea Leaf. Ray says that since Zach "knew" Joy in the Biblical way, he obviously stabbed her repeatedly with a fireplace poker. Otherwise, he has no reason to lie. Gedrick says he might have been trying to cover up the video, since webcam non-sex four-second clips of a girl and a guy kissing might totally fuck up his chances of attending Yale, the school where his famous father donated a stadium-seating screening room. Yes, the old story. Ray says the papers will have a field day with this one: "Ivy League Killer Gets 25 To Life." The radio goes off in the car, which makes me wonder whether they left their car running and the windows open on Sunset while they went for a latte. Anyway, McPointy's calling them to the Santa Monica Airfield, where Zach Berman is currently boarding a getaway plane. Ray amends his front-page headline to: "Ivy League Killer Flees In Daddy's Private Jet; Ivy League Killer Nabbed By Hero Cops." Kinda lengthy.