Keith is listening to Gia's interview with Lamb about Curly Moran. She tells Lamb that her dad went to that garage, since Curly was the only guy who knew how to fix her Fiat. She then mentions the smell on the bus, and Lamb checks to make sure that's why she didn't take it for the return ride. She says that, actually, it was her dad who told her not to: "He must have been totally psychic or something, because he was like, 'Don't go on the bus.'" Wow, not only is this a big advance in plot, but The Woodman actually did something interesting. It's a double helping of DUN! Veronica arrives home, and Keith doesn't let on what he just learned. She tells him that Neptune won, led by a dazzling performance by Wallace, but the sunny news is interrupted when a story comes over the TV that Lamb has brought Cook in for questioning in the bus crash investigation. The Marses gape as we go to closing credits, but that could just be shock at the sudden wealth of developments in the bus-crash mystery.
Just about everything held up for me the second time, and it's been a while since that's happened. I could get used to it again, that's for sure.
Next time: Jackie is the most hated girl in school. This time, it's actually looks like it's not for good reason. See you then!