Lamest is quizzing Wallace about what he's going to study as a bunch of lamer-ons observe. Wallace tries to make the math-speak sound good, but I suspect he's completely talking out of his ass. Nevertheless, everyone seems to buy his story. Looks like everyone just rung you up at the Nerd Barn, Wallace. And I don't think it was the glasses, either.
Veronica heads down a hallway to the Fortress of Geekitude. She pins the picture of "Karl" she swiped earlier to their corkboard, and then uses the RA's key to open the door. She immediately sees an alarm box, which goes off after she fails to enter the correct code. Lamest is about to crack Wallace's cover, but his cell phone rings, apparently hooked in to the alarm. Veronica looks around and sees the catalogue pages of Wired magazine come to life. Portly Dude enters and asks what she's doing.
Cut to Lamest, leaving Wallace. He appears in the hallway as Portly Dude drags Veronica into the hall. Veronica claims that she thought their room was Sri Lanka. No, it's Uzgeekistan. Lamest asks how she could have gotten in, but Portly Dude, notices the picture on the board, which sufficiently distracts them so they don't really care when Veronica fakes having to throw up and is helped away by Wallace after saying "I don't feel so good, Papa Bear!" Once they're safely away, Wallace asks, "'Papa Bear'?" Veronica smiles, "Never happened." Hee. You ain't kidding.
Wallace and Veronica enter school. Wallace complains that his first college party was limited to "drinking piña coladas with a dude and talking about math." Well, dude, it was probably worse than that, because if your sixteen-year-old self had drunk more than one spiked piña colada, Veronica would have had to carry you out, so I'm thinking your drink was a virgin. And also that it was in good company. Veronica thinks that the geeks have to be hiding something big to have that much security. Mail-order brides, I'm thinking. Wallace sees Kyla and goggles from afar. Zzzzz.
In what looks like the computer lab, Logan's working on the video tribute. Passing by in the hallway, Veronica hears Lilly's voice, and stops in to see what's going on. Logan takes note of Veronica, but doesn't react immediately. We see Baby Lilly on the screen. After a few more moments, Logan asks, "What part of my ignoring you makes you think you're welcome?" Well, perhaps that ignoring her is about fourteen steps up from how you usually treat her, buddy. Anyway, his question has no sting behind it, so Veronica draws closer and asks him what he's doing. Logan: "Assembling the world's most boring memorial video." Well, I doubt that, given the honoree. Logan complains that all he's got to work with is "ballet, choir recital, debutante crap, Girl Scouts. Memories both misty and watercolored." We see a shot of Lilly singing that's suspiciously reminiscent of JonBenet Ramsey, making me think someone's got a sick sense of humor. Someone besides me, that is. Logan adds that what he has isn't really about Lilly, subtly suggesting that it's more about her parents: "This would piss her off." Veronica again hears Lilly's voice, but it's not coming from the tape this time...