PHAT letter-writing. It looks like broad daylight outside. Hmm. Veronica and Mac show up, and Bronson enthusiastically starts setting them up, telling them that if people knew that every research animal on campus ends up getting killed, a lot more people would protest. ["That pitch worked on Brenda Walsh, anyway." -- Wing Chun] Veronica takes note of that, and then Bronson leads Mac away while Veronica goes to talk to "Darla," the girl who wanted to picket. Veronica declares her enthusiasm for the picketing idea, and for anything else Darla might have up her sleeve. Darla doesn't bite, though. Across the room, Bronson notes Veronica's enthusiasm. Mac: "She played Pee Wee soccer. She made her own penalty cards so she could red-card players she didn't like." Hee. Bronson tells Mac that he's glad she came, since he doesn't usually have much fun at these things. Aw. He likes her! And if he's (a) never been sexually abused, (b) doesn't have chlamydia, or (c) isn't a mass murderer, he's already ahead of the game!
Episode Report CardCouch Baron: A | 905 USERS: B
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