Outside, Veronica watches as Jackie leads Rashard to her car. She shakes her head in grudging admiration and starts her own ride. By the way, it always seemed more likely than not to me that Jackie was in on the plan, but the scene inside with Wallace, Jackie, and Rashard was well done, and Tessa Thompson was quite solid this episode. Also, it's a nice touch that Veronica told us long ago that Jackie is a party girl -- it makes her knowing the L.A. club scene seem natural, and thus naturally adds to the potential misdirection. Except for the fact that I knew they had to be going to Club Thin from the stupid previouslies. But anyway.
Back at the party, Wallace has been released from the closet (and I would have made a joke, but I've gone there before) and catches sight of Uncle Leash, who wastes no time in coming over and chewing Wallace out some more. Incidentally, Uncle Leash is actually listed as "Uncle Rucker," and I mention that because this would be as good a time as any for Wallace to show off his singing voice with a "Shut your Rucking face, Uncle Rucker!" That would get past the censors, wouldn't it? Uncle Leash asks Wallace where Rashard is; Wallace tells him he left with Jackie, but offers, "This might actually be fun. I know where she likes to go."
Club Thin. Speedy montage of people inside. We see Rashard and Jackie give up their cell phones and walk in with their arms around each other.
Outside, Uncle Leash pulls up in a cab and, having been unable to get Rashard on the phone, enters the club. He, too, relinquishes his phone -- to Super Huge Deputy from last week. And I'll tell you, without the desk to cover him, the first two parts of his name are even more fitting. SHD hands the phone off to Veronica, who thanks him, and then says she has to get to church...
...and then Veronica's retrieving the device from the pew, which I guess recorded the signal from the Confessional Cam. It would be funny if it just contained an image of Jesus sternly wagging a finger at her.
Veronica's bedroom. Veronica observes Liam, the guy who almost made her face a permanent Notre Dame billboard, doing something shady with a packet in the confessional, and VMVO expresses her disappointment in Father Patrick, until she realizes that Patrick is unaware of what's going on. It's too bad there's no sound, because I'd really be interested in knowing if Liam feels obligated to confess the sins he's committing right at that particular moment.