Wallace finds some hacky-sack-playing slackers and bribes them with chips. He's got potential as a detective here -- not only did he think bring something to grease the wheels, but he gave it to the only member of the group with an SAG card. He asks if they saw who dinged Jackie's car. Speaking Stoner says that it was a blonde girl with a nice ass who drives a green car. Wallace doesn't look chagrined at the description, so either Veronica already has an alibi, or she needs to do a few squats.
Moustache tells Lamb that he'll never guess who's in the interrogation room. Lamb: "You're right. I'll never guess." Heh. Moustache says it's Veronica, and Lamb incredulously asks if Moustache left her in there alone. Heh, again. From the way Lamb's eyes bug out as he asks this, Veronica might as well apply for a deputy job, since it looks like there's about to be an opening.
Veronica finishes up her call right before Lamb busts in. Veronica says she's up to the last question, which asks why she wants this position. She asks how much of a kiss-ass she'd be if she said it was to be close to Lamb. Lamb impatiently yanks her chair, and as she gets up to leave, she's like, "Seriously. Why do birds suddenly appear every time you're near?" Hee. I doubt Karen Carpenter realized the possibility of the profane double entendre there. But the mention of birds probably just made her hungry.
Wallace is proudly explaining his detective work to Jackie. Using his attendance connections, he cross-referenced parking permits with yearbook pictures, and narrowed the number of possibilities to four, two of which didn't pan out. Jackie whines that her dad is coming back the next day, but Wallace tells her it'll all work out. After they flirt a little, Wallace tells her the case is solved, since there's only one girl left on the list. Time to order Buns Of Steel, Veronica.
Wallace is checking out an old green Hyundai when a girl on crutches appears and asks what he's doing. Some extra passes by wearing a bus shirt, and I'm not going to get tired of that anytime soon. Wallace greets the girl on crutches as "Jane," and asks what happened. Jane had knee surgery a month ago, and also, Wallace has never said two words to her before, despite their having classes together and Jane seeming to be into him. Wallace, she's cute enough. Plus, even if she turns out to be a stalker, she won't be able to tail him very quickly. Some guy appears, whom Jane introduces as Bob, her "chauffeur friend," but dorks that he's just a friend. Okay, Wallace, I was wrong -- she's too clingy. She'd probably break your toe with one of her crutches. Also, you may not be seeing much of Jane in the near future, because her designated driver is going to kill himself now that he's been slapped with the "friend" label.