Test time. Wallace gets up before anyone else is done, or so it looks, hands in his paper, and leaves. The teacher looks at it, and after several seconds, appears puzzled. Dude, if you're confused, what chance do the students have?
In a residential neighborhood, Veronica, accompanied by Backup, knocks on a door. The bald Campus Cop appears and asks who she is. Veronica, with a sunny smile, puts her hand around her throat to jog his memory. Hee. The guy coolly tries to cover by ordering some Girl Scout Cookies. Veronica tells him he can keep everyone else's stuff -- she only wants the necklace back. She goes on that he had to do the talking because his partner's thick accent would give him away. She reconstructs the entire crime, but the guy points out that she lacks proof. She demurs, as she produces the masks, and says there's a lot of hair in them that would give away the culprits' identities. It is awfully convenient that the guys disposed of the masks on campus, but I suppose they could have been dumb enough to think they were clean. After all, the busy life of a campus cop doesn't leave a whole lot of time for watching C.S.I.. Veronica offers the masks for her necklace, and the guy bargains for a day to get the necklace back. However, that's his last mistake, as Veronica pulls out a wire from her cleavage, and Pacinos, "Say hello to my little friend." Heh. A siren blares in the distance, so it looks like Hearst is about to have a couple of openings in security. Maybe Weevil's interested -- let's play the Jeffersons theme song!
Sisters Of Mercy. As they pedeconference, Dean Ed tells Keith. "You need me to get on my knees, I'll get on my knees!" I think the script supervisor got some pages mixed up, since Logan and Weevil's scene together is long past. Dean Ed begs Keith not to stop the operation, as his son (who we learn here is nine years old) will die. He adds that killing Grieco isn't part of the plan, so Keith points out that he and everyone involved are going to prison for a long time. Dean Ed asks Keith what he would do if it were Veronica, and I'm so glad Keith needed that anvilicious reminder to be sympathetic to the plight of a nine-year-old cancer victim.