Chez Mars. Veronica's looking up a picture and description of Triton, son of Neptune. I would have thought an apple-polisher like Veronica would have the entire Olympian family tree memorized. And now that I think of it, being able to track labyrinthine genealogies is certainly a skill that could come in handy in Neptune. Wallace busts in and says that no one he talked to at school knew anything about fake IDs. Veronica sighs in despair, but the punchline is that, at the Sac-n-Pac, a kid from Wallace's Biology class used a fake ID to buy a sixer. Veronica excitedly asks if he found out where the kid got it. Wallace: "Slow down! This is my story." Veronica looks at him with newfound respect. I am surprised to find myself in agreement. Anyway, Wallace says he threatened to expose the kid's use of the fake with the store's surveillance tape, and got all "Shaft" on him. Veronica: "Shut yo' mouth!" Heh. Anyway, it turns out there's a mystery locker at school. You put your name and $250 in locker 110 first thing in the morning, and in the afternoon there's an ID with your name and picture and a 1983 birthdate. Veronica asks him if he's really willing to put that much money in a locker as an experiment. Wallace: "Hell, no. I'm usin' your money." Wallace, that's about the first scene of yours where I can truly say this: Yeah, I can dig it.
School. A custodial staff member is buffing the floor over the seal that says "Neptune Pirates." VMVO notes that the school's insignia contains Triton's conch shell. Oh, man. The word "conch" makes me think of fat kids and splattered brains. Well, I didn't really want brunch anyway. Veronica checks around to make sure that the coast is clear, and then breaks into a display case as VMVO tells us that locker 110 isn't assigned to anyone, but clearly someone has the combination. As she sets up a surveillance camera in the display case, VMVO goes on to say that all she has to do is see who opens the locker to retrieve the cash: "This is made tougher, though not impossible, by my suspension." I find it hard to believe that even the custodial staff wouldn't recognize Veronica. Much more credible is the likely reality that they don't give a flying fuck. Veronica focuses the camera on the mystery locker as we cut to Wallace dropping the money in.
BSK! welcomes Logan to her office. Logan: "Thanks for getting me out of a Calculus test, Becky." As many posters pointed out, it's a little unlikely that Logan, a junior, would be taking Calculus, especially since it's implied that he's pretty academically apathetic. A sentiment I share about this plot point, leaving off the "academically" part. BSK! neutrally asks him to call her "Miss James."