Anyway, Veronica tells Parker she will find out who raped her, in the tone of voice that a thirteen-year-old would use to tell her mother that after she gets off the phone, she WILL do her homework. There's a knock at the door, and it's Nish, who brightly introduces herself. She grows a little sheepish when she sees Veronica, and says that it's good to see her. Veronica: "And that's where we differ." This, at least, is probably warranted. Nish, giving up on Veronica, asks Parker if they can talk, and Veronica leaves in a snit.
Inside the dorm room, Nish says that she's interviewed most of the rape victims. Parker says she doesn't want to be interviewed, so Nish simply asks if she remembers seeing any of the Pi Sig brothers at the Theta Beta party she attended the night she was raped. Well, given that they were bartending, I think this is a bit of an, um, loaded question.
Neptune Grand. Logan's accountant is pompously telling him that his trust fund was intended to last until his twenty-first birthday, when, presumably, some new huge inheritance will be available to him. However, at this rate, it might last "fourteen months, maybe." Well, Logan, if you're looking for a solution, why not move into Weevil's grandmother's place? Especially since she probably keeled over and died right from shock right at graduation. Logan thinks that there's money missing, so the accountant smarmily tells him that he'll send his financial records right over...
...and we cut to the elevator door opening as Veronica asks Logan, "You're not showing me porn?" I think it's likely that Logan keeps his collection hidden. Well, parts of it, anyway. Anyway, Logan tells her that his meeting with "Avi Kaufman, bean counter to the stars," didn't go so hot, and he thinks Avi might be siphoning off some of his money. Veronica says Keith has a great accountant, but Logan thinks he needs the services of a PI. Veronica offers to look at the records, but her face falls as Logan opens the door to reveal ten boxes that I can see, which really isn't that many, although I'll admit it's above average for a nineteen-year-old (or whatever). Regardless, Veronica gapes her way into the opening credits.
Mars Investigations. Keith is in his office when Laura San Giacomo appears in his doorway and asks him whether he remembers her. Given their Just Shoot Me connection, I'd love to see some of Colantoni's ad-lib takes here. But what we get is Keith recalling that they met at "Judge Crawford's Christmas parties," which Laura confirms and adds, "You helped me with my tire that one year." I must need caffeine if I can't immediately come up with a joke for that one. Keith identifies Laura as "Harmony," and recalls that she thanked him profusely every year since. I wonder if she did so by jacking him off. Hey, would you look at that! Harmony says that she thinks her husband is having an affair, and given her breezy tone of voice, it sounds like she's skipped ahead over those first four stages of grief. She tells Keith that not only are there a lot of late hours, business trips, and mysterious phone calls, they're in a loveless marriage and her husband is a "glorified roommate" who just happens to be a great father. She says she can't go through with leaving without a concrete reason. "Do I sound awful?" she asks. Nothing a little lemon juice won't fix.