Weevil's cousin walks down the hallway as, unbeknownst to him, Logan and a bunch of the rich kids approach him quickly from behind. The cousin turns a corner, and Veronica comes out of nowhere and hurries him into the girls' bathroom. Heh. Props to the Eagle-Eyed Forum Posters who caught the Planned Parenthood sign on the wall, and props to the props guys for putting it there. Veronica lays out what happened for the cousin, who's called "Chardo": he went to pick up his grandmother Chez Logan, and the grandmother asked him to take out a bag of trash for her. In it, he found pre-approved credit cards, which he used to take out Caitlin "in the manner to which she's accustomed." I'd say something about the manner to which she's accustomed, but it'd be bluer than lapis lazuli, so I'll spare you. Chardo says he didn't want Weevil to take the fall for him, but that he and Caitlin are going to run away, and then he'll write a confession and send it to the police, and Weevil will go free. Veronica says that Caitlin is a "thrill-seeker," which is I Am Too Nice To Call Her A Whore for "whore." She goes on to say that Caitlin won't run away with Chardo, and that, in any case, he can't go back out there, because Logan is after him. Chardo doesn't seem too scared of Logan, a sentiment I can get behind. Veronica says he should turn himself in, but Chardo gets in her face, proving the old expression that a crappy bit character introduced in the first act goes off in the third. He leaves.
Chez Navarro. Apparently Chardo gave the grandmother a pendant he bought with the credit card, so Veronica is grilling her about why she's letting Weevil take the fall for him. The grandmother explains that Weevil is still a juvie, but that Chardo's not, plus he has a record, so she'd rather see Weevil do four months of juvie than see Chardo go to jail. Well, it sounds like someone else should have a say in that decision. Perhaps someone who rides a motorcycle and whose name rhymes with "Jeevil." No, not Evel Knievel. Sigh. Veronica plays her trump card, saying that Chardo spent all those thousands of dollars taking out a "spoiled, rich white girl." Considering how high the grandmother's eyebrows go at that news, I'd imagine she'd make a great Vulcan. Veronica identifies the white girl as Caitlin, and the grandma's like, "Oh, no, not her. She doesn't like her ice cubes made with tap water." Yeah, and you'd think she wasn't the pickiest about germs, if you take my meaning. (And if not, I'll keep giving it.) Veronica asks if it was worth losing her job and Weevil's being in jail for Chardo to take Caitlin out in style. Vulcan Grandma: "Let me see those receipts." Hee. Don't worry, Chardo, I'm sure she'll wait for you. (Hee! As if! She'll have gotten laid before he does. Oz-style, if you take...oh, forget it.