The scene continues from another angle, as Veronica starts to say that Duncan didn't tell her..."that Meg was important to me?" he snaps. Veronica corrects him that she was referring to Meg's parents' attitude, and she looks and sounds deflated at his defensiveness. He tries to make nice by asking if she wants to go get something to eat, but without looking at him, she says she has to go watch a tennis match. Duncan looks perplexed, as he might, because I know from my experience recapping Campus Confidential that Teddy Dunn doesn't know the first thing about tennis. I also know never to watch the ABC Family Channel again, which is probably a more useful lesson learned.
A silver car with a hood ornament, driven by our trust-fund boy, motors down the street and parks in a driveway. From her vantage point in her car nearby, Veronica snaps some photos as VMVO notes that this isn't a tennis court. Disappointingly, given that a woman opens the door and hugs Colin, there's not a joke about a "love match." Of course, it's only disappointing in the sense that I can't point to anyone else who couldn't resist a horrible tennis pun. Veronica uploads the latest pictures to her computer as she calls Julie and tells her to check her email. She also asks if Julie knows anyone who lives at "8520 Primrose Lane," and upon hearing a negative, tells her this is where Colin goes instead of playing tennis, and also that it's where all the phone calls came from. Julie starts to freak, but Veronica tells her to stay calm, and that she'll call her when she knows anything. Julie agrees, but we know her well enough by now to be glad this story isn't being told in real time, as she'd be at this house somewhere between the Juicy Fruit ad and the English guy peddling AOL that I sort of want to kill.