...but later, in the shower, Veronica breaks down. You'd think after two years they would have gotten that thing fixed. Hey, at least when I make inappropriate jokes, I throw in good continuity. No wonder I like this show. But seriously: aw! The marshmallow isn't dead.
Piz's show. Some girl is complaining that Dean Ed shot down her proposal to make one of the Greek houses into a residence for devout Christian students. Hey, they could call it the "Crazy Christian Crib"! Can I have my own show now? Piz announces that, "as always," there's a chair for Dean Ed to defend himself, and just like that, Dean Ed appears. You'd think Piz would at least have had to say his name three times. Dean Ed sits and says he thought it was important to get the news out as quickly as possible: one of the trustees who voted (to abolish the Greek system, of course, or this wouldn't make sense) owns property on which several of the Greek houses are built. This is patently a conflict of interest, so his vote has been nullified, and under the university's charter, Dean Ed is allowed to cast the deciding vote in the event of a tie. Just like Dick Cheney would have been able to do if not for that pesky Virginia. But really, I'm glad to hear there's a tie-breaking system, since I complained about its absence last recap. However, this presumably means that Dean Ed was originally in favor of abolition, since otherwise, I assume he would have taken advantage of Selma Rose's disappearance to vote against it. Interesting. Anyway, Dean Ed reinstates the Greeks, and rushes on out of the booth. He could use the head start -- some of those Lilith girls look awfully speedy.
The frat boys are celebrating in much the same manner the Liliths were earlier. Shots of them doing so (including one of shirtless Dick) are intercut with Dean Ed watching them bemusedly from inside his car as Olivia Newton-John's "Have You Never Been Mellow" plays on his radio. I would have voted for "Xanadu," myself. I only admit that because sometimes it's good to remember that stereotypes often exist for a reason. Also, that song rules. Dean Ed's doing just fine with his tune, though, until he runs into the Lilith women, who pelt his car with eggs and literally shake it. This is probably the first time in a while he regrets not having had to take the minivan.