Veronica arrives at the car lot or junk heap or whatever these places are, and we still have a VO of Rev. Ted telling us what the Bible teaches us: "That he who is slow to anger is better than the mighty, and he who rules his spirit can capture a city. He who is slow to anger has great understanding, but he who is quick-tempered exalts folly." I assume that when Rev. Ted says "the Bible," he means the New Testament? Because let me tell you, there's lots of anger and quick tempers in the fire and brimstone of the Old Testament. Even with God -- remember that flood? God got so pissed off at how humans were acting that He wiped them all out and then regretted it later. Of course, He still went and killed off the people of Sodom and Gomorrah. So yeah, God? Not exactly slow to anger. Moses either; he broke the first set of commandments in a hissyfit. Veronica ponders Rev. Ted's words as she watches a car get cubed, thinking that no amount of car crushing will heal her own crushed heart. Weevil joins her and says that they're ready to go: "I even washed it so it'd be shiny when we crushed it. I know it doesn't sound logical, but trust me, it's much better." Of course it's much better; I never would have thought of that. Veronica tells Weevil that she's changed her mind. Weevil gives her the eye and asks if she's sure, since he did go to the trouble of stealing it. Veronica hands over some money "for the effort." Weevil just shrugs, clearly disappointed. Veronica suggests that he open a can of tuna in the AC vent before returning it. No, that's LAME! Crush the damn car, Veronica! Weevil smiles that he can do that. As Veronica leaves, Weevil shakes his head and shouts, "You're going soft, Mars!" Seriously -- sing it, Weevil! Veronica smiles privately to herself and keeps walking.
Next week: Baron Von Couchi returns!