Lamb -- not particularly sympathetically, but far less nastily than he was to Veronica -- asks Parker for a window of time that she might have gotten back to the dorm. Parker has no idea, but Veronica pipes up that the rape occurred at 11:45 or thereabouts, and explains about her retrieving the movie passes. (Oh, last week I referenced Veronica hearing something in "the other room," which was just a straight-up brain-freeze typo. Mac and Parker clearly share one room, albeit a big one.) I don't think Veronica had any choice here, but this can't have been easy to confess, especially in front of Lamb, and it's not like Mac owns up to Parker about her role in Veronica's perception of Parker, either now or in the rest of the episode. Veronica adds that the light was off, and that she didn't see much. Lamb asks why she didn't turn the light on, and is told that it's because she heard noises, "like breathing...and buzzing." Lamb asks if the buzzing was like an electric razor, and Veronica says that it's possible, but that it turned off right after she opened the door, and that she thought the noises were..."something else." I went back and listened to that scene with the volume up pretty high, and it's true that there's a very quick buzz-like sound (although not completely identifiable, even knowing what I'm looking for), but it's so quick and subtle that it still seems like part of the song that's playing. Which is cool. Lamb's amused, although it's not clear whether that's at Veronica's general discomfort, or if he's thinking about what Veronica thought the buzzing might be, which is taking it a little deeper. (I have got to stop doing that.) Veronica (sounding lame even to her, I'd wager) tells Parker that it didn't occur to her that anything going on was against Parker's will. Parker shrieks that Veronica let the rape happen, and rushes out as Veronica tries in vain to apologize. Lamb, again, looks amused, and he'd really be begging to regain his old "Officer Fuckface" moniker if I hadn't gotten so used to typing something shorter. Credits.
In what looks like very hot daylight, Keith is using a large stick to help himself make his way through the desert. He sets off a bear trap, but luckily, it's the wood that takes the damage. Finally, something Duncan would have been good for, and he's nowhere to be found.