Veronica pulls up to Mac's house, Mac in the passenger seat. VMVO tells us that when she had the chance to learn her paternity, she "chose blissful ignorance with a side of gnawing doubt." I think every teenager feels like that most of the time. In fact, I and most of my friends still feel that way a lot. I guess that's our excuse for still doing teenage-type things. Like recapping. Mac bitterly wonders if M,M,M! has read even five books in that massive, beautiful library. I doubt it. I don't think 1001 Ways To Be A Massively Made-Up Bitch comes in leather-bound hardback. Mac rants on that she has a blood sister she's never known, and wonders why her parents didn't trade them back: "We would have gotten over it eventually." Well, I've gotten over the seventh season of Buffy, but that doesn't mean airing it was the right thing to do. Veronica wryly speculates that the parents got a little attached. Well, the ones who had Mac, anyway. Mac wonders why they didn't figure it out before then, and I refer you to the microfilm. She asks Veronica to keep checking into what happened to the million dollars, and gets out. What, no kiss?
Parking lot. Apparently, the warrant came through, as Keith and Fuckface have seized H!ITW!'s tapes. Keith gets off the phone and tells Fuckface that Girls Gone Bad has never heard of H!ITW!, so apparently he was taping the girls all for his own personal enjoyment. Wow, that's really a stretch. Fuckface and Keith have a nice, functional conversation about splitting up the labor of watching the tapes. I'd tell you that miracles do happen, but you already knew that if you saw that this episode of VM didn't finish last in its time slot for the first time ever. Once you beat High School Reunion, it's all gravy. Leo rushes up and tells them that the strings on H!ITW!'s guitar match the one used on the victim. I don't know why that's so incredibly significant, given what Trufflehunter told them, but if Keith and Fuckface want to exchange a "working with you has been strangely and unexpectedly arousing" look, who am I to stop them?
It's a few minutes past 9. Veronica enters the sheriff's office with a pizza. VMVO tells us that she knows she's shameless for using Leo, but that every time she starts to feel guilty, she reminds herself that Lilly would be thinking about colleges right now, and also about what CD played at maximum volume would most annoy her mother. I think we all know which of those two thoughts would have been occupying more of her time. Veronica rings the little reception bell. She and Leo moon at each other. Aw. I think he's kind of nice. Hey, I'm allowed to have one non-cynical thought a day! I think. Let me check my contract.