Okay, so Callie and Veronica look at each other, and then Veronica volunteers that she's a terrible dancer. Heh. The Bossman genially says they'll work on that, and then moves on to "New Horizons," a Federal reform school for "bad girls." He says there have been allegations of sexual abuse by the "principal slash warden," so they need someone who's ready to go back to high school. Veronica: "So the strip club -- is that just topless, or fully nude?" Hee.
Back with the principal slash warden, he has Veronica spit her gum out. I hope I'm not going to offend your delicate sensibilities too much if I let you in on the fact that this is a preparatory move. However, he's unaware that she's sporting a wire, as Carter is listening in. Bob Gunton suggests Veronica show him what she has to contribute to society. Wow, that's about the most euphemistic way of referring to a somewhat coerced and definitely illegal May-December blowjob I've ever heard. As Bob Gunton closes the blinds, Carter impatiently mutters, "Get him to say it." I wonder if the Foley guys' effort of The Loudest Zipper In The World Unzipping will suffice. Apparently not, as Veronica asks what "that" is, and Bob Gunton replies that it's a membership into the "Guess Who's Home To Her Little Girl Two Months Early Club." A month per inch, eh? That's easy to remember. Veronica, just to be clear, projects her voice as she asks if she gets two months off for performing "a sex act" on him. He notes her formality, but she forcefully tells him that she likes direction, and she's willing to take a ride if she knows it'll get her where she wants to go. If only we all had those assurances before sex. Bob Gunton assures her that she'll be home by Christmas, which Carter notes is all they need, and tells her to get out of there. I was going to make a joke about all work and no play, but that's too gross even for me.