Fade up on a storefront with a banner that reads, "Cho's Pizza: Home Of The Peking Duck Pizza." We see Veronica's car parked outside as VMVO tells us that since she's checking up on Hamilton, she might as well expand her gastronomical horizons. It's a good thing it's 9 AM and I just ate, or I'd be trolling the internet looking for one of those around me. I'm very susceptible to culinary suggestion. That working-out habit I mentioned earlier? Good thing, that.
Inside, Veronica congratulates Hamilton on getting into Oxford, but Hamilton mildly says he can't afford to go. Veronica points out that he's in the lead for the senior scholarship, and mentions Sabrina, whom Hamilton calls "the teenage witch." Hamilton, with your grades, I know you're not too familiar with the letter "B." Nonetheless, I maintain that it would be a fine substitute for one of the letters in your last sentence. Hamilton says that Sabrina has had all the breaks, and working twenty hours a week, without tutors, he can't really compete. And he's definitely not lying about the lack of tutoring, if his butchering of the pronunciation of "et cetera" is any indication. And that could be a big problem, since if he ends up being salutatorian, he'll have to give the speech in Latin. Veronica gets her pizza as Hamilton's dad hands him a delivery. As Veronica turns to go, VMVO agrees with Hamilton that the world is unfair, and that's why she doesn't feel good about putting the tracker on his car. Geez, Veronica. Let me know what's at the bottom of that slippery slope, will you? Of course, it might be TWoP Towers. That would make my snitty speech a little embarrassing.
Keith, in his bathrobe, hears someone fiddling with his door. He opens it, unarmed, like, I know you're in the main credits here, but given certain past examples, I'm starting to think that some of your police work sucks ass. Anyway, it's Clarence Wiedman, in his typical Spy vs. Spy gear. Wiedman greets Keith as "Mr. Mars," and at least he's polite. It's nice to know that the guy who took threatening photos of your daughter did so in a gentlemanly way. Keith invites Wiedman in and offers him some coffee. Oh, so that's how he's going to get his revenge. Wallace's mom would be so proud. Keith tells Wiedman it's been a while, and I'm dying to know the circumstances of their last meeting. Wiedman shows Keith a picture of Amelia, and says he's looking for her. Keith snarks that he's $250 a day. Wiedman mildly says that Kane Software has important information for Amelia, and he thought she might even be staying chez Mars. Keith gives Wiedman nothing, and shows him out. Wiedman, without even trying here, is creepily menacing. That must come in handy in his job, but it probably would make it hard to get a date. "Can I buy you a drink?" "Just DON'T HURT ME!" The fact that he looks about eight foot three next to Keith isn't helping either.