Mac is unhappily viewing the spectacle of Parker trying on wigs with her mom. Parker says that she liked the first one better, but her severe-looking mother tells her that she should have something simple that doesn't draw attention to her. Given that the wig she's currently got on makes her look like Farrah Fawcett on crack (make your own joke here), I'd really like to see that first one. Maybe it's from the Sydney Bristow collection. Parker asks Mac for her opinion, but Parker's mom seizes on that, saying that she can't make a decision, and that she's too immature for college. I'll take the latter first: there's no such thing. And the former? I think she's decided that you're a nasty, cold harpy. So can Parker stay now? No, apparently as soon as her dad finishes raising holy hell at the Dean's office, they're taking her home.
Veronica's editor is telling her that she needs to find out what's up with the camera. Veronica's hesitant, since Marjorie checked up on her the next day, and she's not getting any sort of creepy vibe from the sorority. The editor, however, is Overinvested, and insists that Veronica press on, so Veronica says that the members are voting at 7 that evening, and that's when Veronica will make her move. Veronica then broaches the subject of the Safe Ride Home carts, and suggests that maybe the driver knows something. Editor: "Or maybe the driver took advantage of the situation." That's why she gets paid the big...oh, having worked in journalism, I can't even complete that thought without giggling hysterically. And then crying, also hysterically. Where was I? Oh, the editor -- whose name apparently is "Nish" -- calls a friend of hers who volunteers at Take Back The Night, and asks if they keep records of who they take home...
...and we cut to Moe opening his door to find Veronica accusingly asking him why he didn't tell anyone he was the one the drove Parker home the night she was raped. Someone's looking fracked.
After the break, Veronica and Moe have moved into his room, and I'm not sure whose reaction is weirder: Moe answering Veronica's finger-point of "Rapist!" with "Would you like to come in?" or Veronica's being all, "Sure, I'd love to, despite the fact I just called you a RAPIST." Anyway, Moe calmly explains that, yes, Parker was hammered, but that Moe didn't know she was the girl who got raped. So it seems more likely, then, that Nish got Parker's name through unofficial channels, which makes me feel a little better. Also, Moe adds that there was a sober girl with him who rode the cart so that she didn't have to walk alone, and that she also helped Moe to put Parker to bed.