Veronica researches Charisma on her computer. VMVO tells us she's "Kendall Lacey Casablancas, née Lacey Shiflet." She dropped out of Arizona State, did background dancing in some music videos, and then was a Laker girl, making no money and having a string of "baller boyfriends." Wow, Veronica, when you use that sardonic tone of voice, you can make almost anything sound cheap. Anyway, Big Dick rescued Charisma from all this and swept her away to "bimbo paradise." But wasn't she already living in L.A.? Veronica turns her attention to Curly, who used to be a stuntman until he "crashed his career" in the '80s: "Just remember, kids, crystal meth and precision driving don't mix." Oh, so that's what that officer was saying when he pulled me over. He was really difficult to understand. Anyway, Curly went on to serve three years at San Quentin for assault, and then, until his untimely demise, worked at Neptune's "Symbolic Motor Car Company." That doesn't sound like the most inspiring name for an auto shop. Although given today's prices, if they can fix motors to run on symbolic gas, I could really see them catching on. What's it going to take for people to buy hybrids? Back in the fake world, VMVO -- which was not strictly necessary through the whole part about Curly since all the information was visible on Veronica's computer screen -- crosses squarely into "N" territory as it rambles on asking questions about Curly anyone with a cerebrum couldn't help having wondered about already. I hope it's worth paying Kristen Bell overtime pay for all her ADR work just to catch the people driving well below the minimum speed up. VMVO then wonders, "Did I get really drunk at a biker bar?" Probably. I mean, you left Backup somewhere, right?
Keith enters (without knocking, like HELLO), and Veronica quickly shuts her laptop. Keith asks her what's she's hiding, and Veronica says she'll show him, but that he has to answer some questions first. Oh, Veronica. I know you had fun with Truth or Dare, but it's really not a game to play with your dad. Veronica, in a dishy voice, asks if Keith is taking Alicia to Chicago to propose to her now that the divorce from Lianne is going through. Keith starts to ask if he can't "just take his special lady friend on a romantic..." Veronica: "No." Hee. Although she's enjoying giving her dad a little shit, she seems to me to be fine with this, but again, it's open to interpretation. Keith says that as soon as he and Alicia know what the next step is, he'll tell her. Veronica accepts that, and says she has something to admit. She opens her laptop, and on the desktop is a bunch of drawn unicorns. Keith stares blankly. Veronica, over-earnestly: "What, Dad? Girls are crazy about unicorns!" Keith's face: "Yeah, except for the 'about unicorns' part."