Living room of Getting To Know You. Keith tells Icetwin that Veronica hasn't told Keith anything about him. There's a little fake laughing, with the usual undercurrent of I'll Rip Out Your Large Intestine Through Your Throat If You Mistreat My Daughter. So far, so normal. Keith asks Icetwin what he and Veronica will be doing after the dance, and Icetwin tries to toe the line when he says that Veronica told him she'd have to go home right away. Keith asks if they're going to remain at the dance the whole time, and Icetwin tries to smile his way to the finish line as he says yes. Keith: "So you won't mind then that I canceled your reservation at the Four Seasons?" The smile didn't quite make it. Also, Keith, you may not speak the language of geek, so let me give you a tip: Here's where you stand up and yell, "OWNAGE!" Anyway, Veronica arrives home just as Icetwin's eyes are about to bug out past the point of no return. She asks, "Who's ready for mini-golf?" Keith genially grabs Icetwin's shoulder as Icetwin tries valiantly to recover. Veronica's expression indicates that she reads the situation perfectly. You might want to switch to an activity without clubs, my dear.
Fortress of Geekitude. Keith calls for Grrrant, posing as an admissions officer. Grrrant tells him they're not interested in showing a prospective around. Keith tempts him with a private screening of "the Matrix online game." Grrrant is hooked. OWNAGE!
Veronica finds Logan in the computer lab again and asks how it's going. Logan: "It's very Wonder Years." Thanks, but I'll stick with the voice-over I've got. We see a shot of Lilly dressed up like a princess or a magician or something as Logan says that Celeste will love the tribute. Veronica hands Logan a tape titled "Fun With Lilly." Man, where's the rest of the collection? Logan asks what it is, and Veronica answers, "It's not a violin recital." Logan considers it for a long moment, and somewhat meekly tells her that he has a lot of work to do. When Veronica's on her way out, he looks like he wants to thank her, but doesn't work up the nerve. Nice work by Jason Dohring there.
Geeks on parade. Grrrant and Portly Dork are totally psyched about the game. Grrrant asks Wallace what he's doing, who tells him that he's text-messaging his girlfriend to tell her how psyched he is. Grrrant looks at Portly Dork all, "'Girlfriend'?" Wallace, it's pronounced "grrrlfriend". You're never going to make it at this school.