Back at the Campus Cop's house, Lamb informs Veronica that they found a bunch of the stuff from the robbery, but not her necklace. He suggests that maybe the Asian guy has it, and he has a car going over to the guy's place at that moment. Wow, he sounds...concerned? Sympathetic?!? Even, shall I say...nice?!!!!!????!! You'll forgive all the extra punctuation, but it's what happens when my world gets rocked. And if said extra punctuation is off-putting to you, you won't want to be around should Sacks ever show up having shaved his mustache. A local news van pulls up, and Lamb smarms that "someone" tipped them off. He starts over toward the crew, but stops to add, "You see how well this works when you play by the rules, Veronica?" So I guess one of his rules is "Don't bother me with your silly little tales of having been roofied and raped." It would explain a lot about the state of the current school investigation.
Frustrated, Veronica gets into her car as a Johnny Cash song ("Busted") kicks up and a Neptune school bus arrives. Once the bus has pulled away, Veronica watches as the obnoxious gum girl talks to the bald Campus Cop, who looks to be her father. The girl rushes over and starts giving Veronica a honking load of shit, and Veronica responds by reaching out and grabbing Lilly's necklace right off her. Without a word or a second glance, she drives off. There's been much discussion on the boards about this scene. My opinion is that while grabbing something away from a kid is never going to be one's finest moment, Veronica did what she had to there without any unnecessary bitchery or pleasure. Which alone makes it worthy of note.
As the song continues, Wallace gets a knock on his door, and it's his unamused TA. Cut to him shuffling into class to face his professor. A lot of people think instead of cheating, Wallace made a big confession in his test book exposing the guy who gave him the answers. I admit that the way Wallace cheated was horribly amateurish, but...sometimes the musical cues are meant to be less subtle than other times, you know?
Weevil gets let out of jail.
Dean Ed and his wife wait anxiously at their son's bedside.