...and we cut to an empty pit and a bunch of sad children. Hee. Ms. Hauser bitches Clemmons out for listening to Veronica, who apologizes to the kids and says they'll fill the pit back up. Ms. Hauser then rounds on Veronica, saying she's trouble. I guess little Albert couldn't keep his mouth shut about the ice cream. Before Ms. Hauser can really work up a head of steam, however, Clemmons produces a camera that a blonde student just handed to him, and informs them that the girl was filming for the video yearbook, and has footage "that should prove to be interesting." Veronica wonders if that can possibly mean good news as we go to commercial.
In a classroom inside, Clemmons and Ms. Hauser are cueing up the tape as Clemmons explains that everyone present was in the vicinity of the cash box "before the...unfortunate...streaking...incident." I wonder if he means that streaking incidents are unfortunate a priori, or if something happened to make this particular one less fortunate than usual. I'll just let you cross your legs and mull that one over. Clemmons adds that their lockers are being searched, as we see that the students in the room are Veronica, Jackie, Madison, J.B., Weevil (and Ophelia), and Dick, whose attention is completely focused on a red balloon. I'd suggest remaking a classic movie by letting it loose and filming the ensuing chase, but I somehow doubt Dick speaks French, if we're not counting the "Pardon my..." variety. J.B. points out that even if some money is found, there's no way to prove that it's the stolen cash, but Veronica pipes up that she took in a fifty-dollar bill with the name "Nancy" and a phone number on it: "That's one way to know if it's the cash-box money." J.B. shakes his head, probably worried that if Veronica finds the money, her average will mysteriously tick up a thousandth of a point or two. Anyway, there's nothing conclusive on the tape, but Ms. Hauser does point out that Jackie's got something under her coat, which Jackie claims was just her gym bag. Ms. Hauser sneers that she can't get away with it just because she's an 09er: "Trash is trash. Mark my words." Oh, she will, if only to better see the exact moment you eat them.
Logan and Hannah are sitting in the "Bounce House" as kids...well, bounce around them. Logan says that he takes all his dates there, and if you didn't just picture Kendall jiggling her way around the place and knocking kids out of the way with her rack, you're a better person than I am. Hannah opines that they're not on a date, but Logan says that he bought her a drink and won her a stuffed animal: "Check your dictionary, princess." And then thumb through a couple more letters until you hit "fey," if you want to see a picture of your new not-boyfriend. Hannah exposits that she's never been on a date before, because she's holding out for something special, prompting Logan to call her "princess" again. Nothing particularly against Hannah, but blech.