Odessa High. Claire approaches Zach over by the bike rack, eliciting a smart-ass remark from him about how she's talking to him in public and how that might ruin her rep. He goes on to apologize about Jackie, saying he knows that they were best friends. Claire says she discovered that someone else was really her best friend. He asks her what happened at homecoming, and she says she can't remember, eliciting this response from him: "Yeah, uh, that's funny. I can't remember... must be something in the water, huh?" Claire tells him to look at her and then asks if he feels like they could ever be friends. He says they wouldn't play well together.
Cut to Niki, meeting with her court-appointed public defender. He's telling her that her outbursts aren't really helping. Niki says she's not fond of them either and she just wants to do her time in peace. Her lawyer's like, yeah, about that. See, the D.A. is gonna seek the death penalty. This little tidbit of information starts to throw Niki into a tizzy, and we all know what happens to Tizzy Niki, don't we? That's right. The lawyer tells her that the D.A. might ease off if she gives up the location of the two million and Niki weepingly tells him that she doesn't know anything about that. The camera pans past the lawyer's head and, when it comes out the other side, Niki is now Jessica. "Who are you trying to fool?" she asks. "You know exactly where it is." The lawyer's like, uh, you talkin' to me? "He's right, Niki," says Jessica. "We should tell them." "Stop it!" hisses Niki, reappearing. "Don't pay any attention to her!" "Pay attention to... who?" asks the lawyer. "God, who am I gonna have to screw to get outta this place?" says Jessica. "I said stop it!" whines Niki. "Aaaaaaaaarmageddon!" shouts Sybil.
The attorney's all, uh, what the hell is this? "What's it look like, dipstick?" snaps Jessica. "What, you're goin' psych on me?" says the lawyer. "If that's what it takes," says Jessica. He says that multiple personality disorders are a hard sell, but Jessica doesn't give a shit. She wants him to get a psychiatrist in to see her but quick. She stares him down until Niki reappears and starts gibbering about how she's not crazy. Oh, but she so very much IS. The lawyer panics and leaves as Niki sits there looking lonely and all by her crazy self.