...and just like that, they're watching said RA, "Moe," make tea as he's like, "All your stuff? Frack! That blows." Veronica is literally like, "Qu'est-ce que c'est?" Moe explains that "frack" is a curse word from the future taken from Battlestar Galactica. How silly -- why not use a real word, like "frell"? Anyway, Moe informs them that the Welcome Wagon Committee doesn't exist. Piz and Veronica look at each other, all, "Oh, shit." I don't really know why -- did they think a group existed that went around stealing from kids with the school's knowledge? Given the cost of a college education these days, you'd think that's a game on which the administration would want to keep a monopoly.
Someone's getting out of jail, and that someone is Jason Beghe, last seen by me as Anne Heche's cuckolded and wheelchair-bound husband on Everwood. He also, however, played Gay Matt's HIV-positive Navy officer ex-boyfriend on Melrose Place. At first, though, I had him confused with the married guy who slept with Gay Matt, killed his own wife, framed Gay Matt for it, and then confessed what he'd done in his death throes. And that bit of confusion makes me realize more than ever that we have got to go back and recap that show. By the way, according to the IMDb, an interesting bit of trivia is that Beghe is partially responsible for getting David Duchovny into acting. I sense people's reactions to that news will be as varied as they are strong. Anyway, Beghe is playing, as we'll soon learn, the oft-mentioned but until now unseen Cormac Fitzpatrick, older brother of the charming Liam, and also partner-in-crime of Kendall Casablancas. Outside the prison, a car pulls up and stops in front of Cormac, and the driver is...Keith. Well, this may give us some answers as to what was in the briefcase. Of course, it'll turn out that Keith should have been more concerned with what is in the briefcase. Well, live and le...ooh, wrong expression. (Don't you love vague spoilers? Me too!)