Bonnie is sitting on Dick's lap, drunkenly telling him how cute he is. Veronica comes over and asks where her boyfriend is, and Bonnie "cutely" slurs, "Do you see a ring?" After Dick rubs in the fact that Veronica and Logan are no longer together, Veronica snits that all she sees when she looks at them are "a couple of Petri dishes." I'd go so far as to say that even the denizens of Petri dishes have more complicated mating rituals than these two. Veronica urges them to use "lots and lots of protection," and leaves as the two of them slobber all over each other.
Mac is sporting a t-shirt that reads, "Ask me about my STD." Some dude, not getting the tone of her shirt-wearing, drunkenly compliments her on it. Oh, dude. If it weren't meant to keep people away, it would say "LOL!" immediately following. The guy offers her some whiskey out of his flask, which Mac accepts, only to test the drink and pour it out. She grins, "Thanks!" Chastened, the guy takes off, so now we're clear on exactly how much of a hint he needs.
Dean Ed, at the deep end of a fifth of something, asks how a man can sleep with another man's wife: "Is there no honor left?" Keith admits that there's less than there should be, and I'd add to his pain, but Veronica made him feel bad enough a couple episodes ago. Anyway, it's not clear how much they've had to drink, but Keith seems okay, while Dean Ed slurs that he's going to pass out on the couch. Keith, after flirting with opening a forty-year-old bottle of Scotch, accepts Dean Ed's instruction to open the cheap stuff. It fits in with this plotline, that's for sure.
Party. Piz and Wallace ask a girl about another girl who's flat out unconscious on the floor. The girl who can still talk says that they called the Safe Ride people already, and notes that they've arrived. Piz and Wallace turn to see Moe and Fern approaching, and if there's a better unwitting comedy team at Hearst, I'd like to know the two people involved. Fern hauls the girl away with a snitty comment, and Moe says not to mind Fern; she's always like that. Heh.
Keith, getting ready to leave, asks Dean Ed if he can drive him home, but Dean Ed sarcastically says that his wife has a Junior League meeting, so he'll just sleep there. Once Keith has gone, though, Dean Ed fishes around in his desk drawers and comes up with a revolver. Oh, Dean Ed. The candlestick is so much more distinctive, don't you think?
Party. Veronica sees Lucky Tim enter. He finds Bonnie with Dick and promptly flips shit rather loudly. I admit that at first I thought, along with many posters, that Bonnie might have been hooking up with the frat boys to aid Tim's investigation. But his freak-out appears to contraindicate that, as it doesn't seem like it would logically help him in any way. I could be wrong there, but it also seems like an awful lot of humiliation to fake, especially in front of what I'd guess is a fair number of Landry's students. Anyway, Tim shrieks that he knew about all the guys, an assessment which the circled pictures on the board would seem to corroborate, and adds that he cheated on her as often as she did him. Well, equality is an important component of a healthy relationship. Tim stalks off, and Bonnie ditzes, "Looks like I'm single." Shut up, Bonnie. Veronica walks past and sees Logan and Mercer. Her eyes meet Logan's, and after a moment, she sucks up the awkwardness and moves to them. Mercer jauntily greets her, but she gives him only a surface acknowledgement as she keeps her eyes fixed on Logan. Mercer makes to bail, and though Veronica tells him that's not necessary, he says he's got his show to do. He leaves, but before Logan and Veronica have a chance to discuss anything, Piz and Wallace appear with the news that they have a positive on a drink that was drugged, belonging to a "Kim Kaiser," who lives off campus by the marina. Veronica urgently tells them that all the victims were raped in their rooms, so Logan, whose car is closest, volunteers to go. Veronica resists for a moment, but accedes, and Wallace accompanies him.