Jenny runs after her to stop V before the Carrie music starts and her telepathic powers kill everybody, even William Katt and the nice gym teacher, but yet again a Humphrey loses somebody in a crowd, but this time V doesn't get too far before she's illuminated by Hazel's dorky fake boyfriend, and... You can see how this was truly shocking on paper, like, how embarrassing to have your bits light up through a gorgeous unlined dress, but I would put to you that perhaps there's no way it could be as horrible visually as it appears in your mind's eye without actually becoming as pornographic as we're supposed to think it is, so whatever. I may not get the group dancing whenever I need it, which is all the time, but that suspension of disbelief is just sitting there earning interest, you know? So OMG she's naked and everybody laughs and points and stares in slow motion, and even GG is sort of snidely moved: "Poor Vanessa. Even Cinderella was given the courtesy of a stealth getaway. Then again, what's a pair of ugly stepsisters compared to Jenny Humphrey? Looks like it might turn out to be an Unhappily Ever After for everyone." Jenny continues to run after her and continues to be stymied by basic Brownian motion.
Nate comes up and yells at Jenny for pulling that shit, and Jenny tries to explain that Vanessa called her "jealous" and kissed him behind her back even though they weren't dating and hadn't spoken in weeks, but even she sort of has to admit that the evidence falls apart under scrutiny. Nate is just totally freaked out by this, like last time with the yogurt, and finally he's like, "I am going to punish you now!" So he tells her about the letter, and how he was in love with her, and manages to spin V's thievery of said letter as negligible compared to Jenny setting her up for nudity, saying he's glad J never got it because she's not the woman he thought she was. I have to admit, I was sort of unnerved by how catty and petty the whole thing was, but I thought they set it up well. Still, I can see where he's coming from. It's like when you're dating a fifteen-year-old and expecting them to act adult, man, they always let you down.