...which, back in the classroom, he unceremoniously does. Veronica counters J.B.'s lack of grandeur with a loud "Ta-daa!" Hee. As Ms. Hauser tells J.B. not to take the blame if Veronica is intimidating him, Veronica notices a shoe print in the glitter on Ms. Hauser's desk. Veronica looks up at the ceiling as J.B. reavows that he stole the test, and then Veronica gets up on the desk and opens one of the ceiling panels over Ms. Hauser's protests. Veronica finds an envelope full of money, and then muses that she never realized how useful glitter could be. Well, that may be, but I've been to enough gay bars to tell you that the stuff is still overused. We see what Veronica's talking about: there's a shoe print in the glitter, and Jackie notes that not many people wear high heels to a carnival. Clemmons instructs Ms. Hauser to lift up her foot, and her shoe is a match and has glitter on its sole. Veronica suggests that Ms. Hauser took her stash before handing Veronica the money (which means that the money she just found is over and above the twelve grand, leaving the thief nine grand more). Clemmons takes the envelope, and as he and Ms. Hauser adjourn to his office to discuss the matter further, he notes, with just a hint of a smile, that this is why he takes the advice of some of his students. Aw. But don't be too hard on Ms. Hauser there, Van. She was only going to use the money to try to get her groove back. Veronica gloats to Madison that, with six grand, they're going to Magic Mountain: "You know there's a ride called the Viper, right? Isn't that, like, your mothership?" I find that line very Sharon Cherski for some reason. Jackie chuckles, and on their way out, she asks if there's anyone there who isn't a thief or a cheat. Girl, you have no idea.
Episode Report CardCouch Baron: A | 853 USERS: C+
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