Wallace goes to see the "tutor," who, surprise surprise, is a merchant of illicit study guides. He tells Wallace that his teacher has used the same exam for the past three years, which seems convenient to the storyline, but isn't so out there that I can't believe it. The guy glibly tells Wallace that the "study guide" is a hundred bucks, and the answers to the study guide are another hundred. People on the boards were divided on whether studying old tests is generally kosher, but given that the guy is still using the same test, I would say that real-world question is irrelevant. Anyway, Wallace buys the guide but not the answers. Rationalize all you want, Wallace, but you're starting pretty far down the slippery slope here.
Veronica and Logan are looking around at the film festival. Logan, looking at the screen, asks Veronica whether she knows about the whole "life imitating art" thing. I'm half-expecting to see a short about a murderous movie star getting shot in the head, but I think Logan would show more emotion in that case. Although I have to admit I'm not completely sure which emotion would come to the surface. No, the short film shows two guys in Nixon and Carter masks robbing a convenience store at gunpoint. Veronica stares, but sadly does not give a Keanu-esque "whoa." Veronica, you cannot afford to miss these shots at redemption!
After the break, Veronica has found the filmmaker. She tells him about the robbery, but he blows her off to talk to Logan, asking if he's ever thought of investing in..."No," from Logan. Hee. Good think he's got that response down, because I suspect we're approximately a billion instances away from the last time he'll be hit up for funds from industry people. Anyway, the film department's entire equipment truck was stolen a week earlier, and while the campus police tracked it down, the guns and masks were missing.
Wallace is studying. He gets frustrated. Cut to him showing up at the "tutor"'s door with another hundred bucks. Well, that wasn't so hard now, was it? Whoops. Bad choice of expressions.
Keith and Dean Ed are looking around in what's presumably a Mexican hospital when Keith gets a call from Cliff. He's chagrined, and when he hangs up, he informs Dean Ed and us that Jason is actually at Sisters of Mercy in San Diego, and Mindy's uncle is an oncologist there. Dean Ed is busted, but also lucky, because...that doesn't seem like it would have been so hard to discover. Maybe the researcher was busy with other things, like where to get the cheapest bulk hair products for his boss. You have to admit that that information is pretty important to Cliff. Anyway, Dean Ed admits to the whole twisted plan, and asks what choice Grieco left him. I'm not a professional mediator, but I think perhaps trying to talk to him more than once has a certain appeal as plans go.