The next thing we see is Veronica leaving her room in a fussy, almost tweedy suit, with her blouse hanging out. Either that's supposed to be a fashion statement or we are being effectively shown how uncomfortable Veronica is in such establishmentist clothes. Frankly, I'm surprised that she even has a suit. I'm not surprised that she would have had church-appropriate attire, which would just be nice slacks or skirt and a conservative top, but the suit thing? Not so much our Veronica. Then again, she does have to go undercover, so she probably has clothes for all occasions. On her way out, Veronica notes that she has a voice message. She listens to Logan's message as far as "Ah, Veronica's voicemail. So where are you, Veronica? Out digging through someone's trash?" before Keith comes out and asks if she's okay. Veronica hangs up and responds, "No, just...old crap." She deletes the message. Good girl.
On her way to Bonnie's dorm, Veronica gets a call from Weevil, inviting her to see German engineering reduced to a cube. Smiling with delight, Veronica says that she'll be there after church, and thanks him. Weevil hangs up, and repeats, "Church." He raises his eyebrow skeptically. Hee. I'm so glad to see his janitorial uniform hasn't neutered him; I was beginning to worry.
Rev. Ted appears on the scene and is surprised to see Veronica standing at his daughter's door. He didn't know they knew each other. Bonnie opens the door and perks, "Oh, hi -- you two met?" Rev. Ted walks in and says they did, but that Hester never told them she and Bonnie were friends. "'Hester'?" Bonnie asks Veronica, who just makes a face at her. Rev. Ted is about to delicately ask after Veronica's health when Phyllis comes into the room, squeaking, "Reverend Ted!" Rev. Ted greets her as his "other daughter" and gives her a big hug. While they babble in the background about weight loss and cheesecakes (I don't know), Veronica is examining something on what must be Bonnie's bookshelf. She pulls What To Expect When You're Expecting off the shelf and notes the "Does Everyone Go To Heaven?" bookmark stuck in it. Stricken by the site of the bookmark, Veronica bursts out that she thinks Tim slipped Bonnie the RU-486. But haven't we already established sort of beyond a shadow of a doubt that Tim could not have gotten it from the clinic? Bonnie looks traumatized, and Phyllis looks down. Rev. Ted doesn't know what is going on, but before he gets an explanation, Bonnie wants to know why Veronica thinks Tim's the guilty one. Veronica slides the bookmark out of the book, explaining, "This bookmark is a gift sent by a pro-life group to everyone who comes out of the Neptune Clinic. It's the only clinic in the area that provides RU-486. It's some sort of shame campaign -- I just found it in the book Tim gave you." Bonnie looks over at Phyllis, horrified. "By the way," Veronica tells Rev. Ted, "your CFO works for the same group." See, I guess I just figured that Rev. Ted had some sort of agreement or support with Good Grief Press, too, and that he might hand out those bookmarks to his parish and therefore to his daughter. I guess he's not supposed to be that wacko. It's actually sort of refreshing that they didn't smack all religious peoples with a brush dipped in the same crazy tar.