At home, Veronica's eating soup and mulling over the Tim/Bonnie connection when Keith arrives home. She quickly breaks the news about Mindy and Landry, and asks if Keith is going to tell Dean Ed. Keith heavily says that he'll have to. Aw, that sucks, Keith. But would it help you to know that Mindy and Landry really have something special together?
In Piz and Wallace's room, Moe is telling the boys that someone has been leaving a gift of sorts in one of the stalls in the boys' bathroom: "It's my amateur medical opinion that he's suffering from what must be a terminal disease." My money's on Glenn -- it seems so in character. Not to mention the fact that if Moe is right, we'll be rid of his K-Fed-loving ass soon enough. Wallace and Piz amusedly deny responsibility, and then Veronica enters and gives them a long speech recruiting them to go to the party, only to find that they're already planning to attend. She then asks Moe if he's going, and he says he is, in a sense: he's driving the Take Back The Night cart for the early shift. Veronica takes his phone and programs her number in, and asks him to call her if he sees any incapacitated girls or shady guys. She tells the boys she'll see them at 9 out front, and leaves. Piz: "What are we doing?" Wallace bemusedly shakes his head. Hee.
Veronica is now pitching the party to Mac. I've never worked in marketing, but I think that, relative to Piz and Wallace, Mac is what's known as a "tougher sell." In fact, she's not sure they'll let her in: "All the glitter has come off my 'Porn Star' tube top." Heh. Veronica says that she could really use the help, and literally gets on her knees and clasps her hands. Mac sighs, "Resistance is futile." That's a bit mainstream as sci-fi expressions go, but we've probably used up our quota of "frack"s for this arc.