Keith goes to see Coco, whose demeanor turns chilly once she learns who he is. I'm not sure to what extent I buy this. I'm sure she heard some terrible things, but I don't see why the recriminations of her co-workers would necessarily override the testimony of her son. (I'd wonder, too, if she knows about the whole Veronica cutting Wallace down from the flagpole incident, but considering they're not living in an estate the size of Versailles that they bought with the proceeds from the ensuing lawsuit, I'm going to guess he didn't choose to tell her about that particular episode.) Anyway, Coco fairly rudely refuses Keith's offer of help. On his way out, Keith notes that Psycho Aidan Quinn's name is "Jeremy Masterson." Seems like a bit of useless information, but perhaps that's only fitting for this subplot.
Veronica gets a call for "Ellen White," which is the pseudonym she used in her letter to Koontz. Only the guy pronounced it "Ellen White" instead of the proper "Ayyylenn Wiiiight." Hee, that accent is fun. Say "moonshine" next, Veronica! The guy tells her that Koontz will see her Friday between 2 and 4, and starts to go into the prison guidelines. It'd be funny if she ran into other television characters while she was there. "Tonight, on a very special Veronica Mars: Veronica meets Joey Potter's dad. And pops a cap in his ass for fathering that irritating shrike who can't even STAND UP STRAIGHT." Tell me that wouldn't pull them in for sweeps.
Maybe Aidan Quinn isn't the only one on drugs here. Anyway.
09er table, Y chromosome required. Duncan ribs BBB for being the Justin to Saint Blonde's Britney. Whatever, sister-kisser. BBB goes into a bad Bill Clinton impression, and then laughs it up about what a slut Saint Blonde is, even though he freaked out earlier about how he'd made a fool out of her. I'd like to get back to the people in the opening credits at some point, because I really don't understand any of these interlopers. Anyway, this is all so that Lizzie Borden can come over and get in BBB's face for talking shit about her sister. BBB points out that she doesn't even like Saint Blonde. Lizzie: "Maybe not. But I love her." How sweet. Maybe she won't even mince her. Veronica beckons Lizzie over and asks where Saint Blonde is, since they were supposed to meet after lunch. I used to meet people after much too. In class. (Well, in high school, anyway.) Lizzie informs Veronica that Saint Blonde didn't make it to school, and that her parents are currently in the process of revising their "Most Favored Child" list. Veronica looks worried.