Club Cage: Malcolm is still sweating out his boring storyline in the basement. Upstairs, where the action is, Macawi approaches and greets Guyliner who asks him if he knows the name Malcolm Ward. When Macawi says no, Guyliner goes through the whole story about how Bridget witnessed Macawi choke a dancer to death, and how she was supposed to testify and then took off, all to explain that Malcolm is Bridget's friend. When Guyliner asks to look around for Malcolm, Tall Minion says, "You got a warrant, Chief?" Jimmy asks if they have something to hide. Tall Minion says, "No warrant. No search. Feel free to stay for the show. We'll even buy you pales a dance." At first, I think he means pails and wonder what kind of fresh slang hell this is, 'til I remember Macawi and crew are Native American. I want Nestor Carbonell, who is reportedly of Spanish and Cuban descent to say, "Who you calling 'pale'?" But no.
ZSHS, Principal's Office: Juliet tells the principal that Tessa started the fight. The principal is disinclined to believe Juliet, because she has seen her permanent record. When she pulls it out, all I can think of is Principal Flutie Buffy's first day at Sunnydale High. When Andrew arrives, he's not inclined to believe Juliet, either, and sends her out to wait for him while he talks to the principal.
Alley: Speaking of Buffy, Bridget is in a dark alley, looking through the dumpster for Henry's evidence. My friend, Theresa (you didn't think I forgot Theresa, did you) says, "Did you see Buffy pop the lids on those trash cans? That's my girl!" She's wearing black gloves, a black top, and if I'm not mistaken, brown leather pants. She finds a pay phone outside the Lucky Lilac Hand Laundry (no, really) and makes an anonymous call to the police, in which she reports Gemma missing and tells them where they can find evidence that there's been foul play. Someone ought to report the Butler twins missing, too.