Saint Blonde bustles into the newsroom, hands a tech guy some tape, and sits down to do the show. Veronica and Duncan are in class together. Saint Blonde gives the lead-in for some sports story, but when the tape starts, it's Kimmy. We see the part when she rats out Pam, and talks about Duncan being hung up on Veronica. Duncan raises his eyebrows in surprise, and Veronica's face falls in frustration as VMVO seethes, "Note to self. Cue tape for client." HA! That's what I'm talking about, VMVO. Stick around a while. Saint Blonde looks balefully at Kimmy while the tape continues to roll. When it's done, Pam chews out Kimmy for her inept stalkery ways: "Nice haircut, by the way. Does [Saint Blonde] know you bring her picture to Fantastic Sams?" Well, I may not be a fan of Pam's, but if she's trying to be a bitch, I certainly admire her work ethic. That was cold. Kimmy runs away, and everyone stares at Pam, who's all, "WHAT?" Hee.
In the parking lot, Ugly Owen Wilson is having a spot of car trouble. Veronica walks by and gives him a knowing look as VMVO gives a "you mess with the bull" line that's kind of unnecessary. I mean, we all know that Ugly Owen Wilson is no match for Veronica. We need Logan back, if Weevil doesn't mind returning him for an episode or two. Mac drives by in a shiny new VW Beetle, and Veronica and everyone watching realizes that Mac was the one who cashed in on the purity test. VMVO: "How can I resent someone who took sex-crazed 09ers for their allowance money?" That's true -- it's like a victimless crime. Only with victims. Saint Blonde finds Veronica at her car. Her hair looks a little different, and if that's on purpose, hee. She tells Veronica that all kinds of people are coming up to her now and saying they never believed the stuff about her, even BBB. She does indicate, however, that won't so much be helping BBB shed his moniker anytime soon. Veronica notes that she is not being bombarded with the same apologies, and Saint Blonde suggests it's because people are afraid of her. Veronica: "Then something's working." Heh. But it's precisely the fact that people are afraid of her that made the whole clothes-in-the-toilet thing seem contrived. Saint Blonde thanks Veronica for toughening her up, but suggests that she rethink the getting even strategy. "You do have friends, Veronica." They smile. Aw. Now if only those friends would sign on for more than one episode at a time. Veronica sees Duncan walking with two buddies, hesitates a moment, and then calls his name. She babblingly explains what happened with the email, and says she doesn't have VD, nor is she hung up on him. Duncan unconvincingly tells Veronica that he's not hung up on her anymore either. It's been a long recap when I get to page twelve before I bust out the awkward. Veronica turns to go, but Duncan calls her back, and playfully asks if she really doesn't have VD, because he keeps getting this thing on his lip, and he's not sure where he could have gotten it from, so...Veronica punches him playfully. As the forum posters noted, will the real Duncan Kane please stand up? Because either he's being written differently each week, or he's medicating randomly. Come to think of it, that sounds like it could be fun.