History Recap / VeronicaMarsS01E08LikeAVirgin

18th Mar '16 2:54:18 PM XFllo
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* SpoiledSweet: Meg. "You're the last good person at this school. I'd believe cartoon birds braided your hair this morning."
17th Nov '15 9:27:11 AM jth
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* {{Foreshadowing}}: Mac and Meg both become important characters later. [[spoiler: Mac's family's poverty, alluded to here, becomes important when it's revealed in ''SilenceOfTheLamb'' that she was SwitchedAtBirth with Madison Sinclair, a spoiled 09er.]]

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* {{Foreshadowing}}: Mac and Meg both become important characters later. [[spoiler: Mac's family's poverty, alluded to here, becomes important when it's revealed in ''SilenceOfTheLamb'' ''Silence Of The Lamb'' that she was SwitchedAtBirth with Madison Sinclair, a spoiled 09er.]]
17th Nov '15 9:26:38 AM jth
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* AssholeVictims: In-universe, this is why Veronica doesn't expose Mac - she finds it hard to resent "someone who took sex-crazed 09ers for their allowance money".



** The 09ers 'remind' [[RememberTheNewGuy Meg]] about all the things Veronica has done to them, including putting a bong in Logan's locker (''Pilot'') and telling Ashley that her dad was cheating on her mom (''You Think You Know Somebody'').
* CharacterizationMarchesOn: Mac is pretty amoral here - while Veronica lets her away with it because of a mixture of respect for her smarts and dislike of the 09ers, it's hard to believe that Meg's was the only life ruined by having all of her sexual secrets made publicly available. In later appearances, Mac is the more moral of her and Veronica, and by season 3 she's judging her boyfriend for making a living by selling test answers to college students.
* DoubleStandards: Discussed - Duncan points out (pretty neutrally) that a score under 60 on the purity test is only considered "slutty" if you're a girl.



* {{Foreshadowing}}: Mac and Meg both become important characters later.

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* {{Foreshadowing}}: Mac and Meg both become important characters later. [[spoiler: Mac's family's poverty, alluded to here, becomes important when it's revealed in ''SilenceOfTheLamb'' that she was SwitchedAtBirth with Madison Sinclair, a spoiled 09er.]]



** Alicia's job at Kane Software becomes a plot point in a number of later episodes.



* HarsherInHindsight: [[spoiler: Everything to do with Meg, her sister, and her parents' reaction to the letters from her Spanish admirer becomes a ''lot'' darker after the revelation in season 2 that the Mannings are sex-obsessed abusive monsters who've been keeping their youngest daughter locked in a cupboard.]]
* LargeHam: Enrico Colantoni really lets loose in the scene where Keith acts crazy to drive Alicia's deadbeat lodger away.



* ThePasswordIsAlwaysSwordfish: Subverted; when Veronica tells Renny her account's been hacked, he lectures her about not having easy passwords. Veronica responds that her password is "[=GJ7B!X=]".

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* ThePasswordIsAlwaysSwordfish: Subverted; when Veronica tells Renny her account's been hacked, he lectures her about not having easy passwords. Veronica responds that her password is "[=GJ7B!X=]". He tells her [[FrenchJerk to make the new one a little tougher.]]
* RealLifeRelative: Percy Daggs' little brother plays Wallace's brother.
* ReallyGetsAround: In-universe, Veronica has this reputation. Not helped by Pam filling out a fake purity test with Veronica's ID - according to the test, Veronica has "pleasured the swim team while jacked up on goofballs".
* SchmuckBait: A "purity test" goes around the school that no one seems to know the origin of. Everyone takes it anyway. Within 24 hours, their answers are being sold to anyone willing to pay for them.



* SpoiledSweet: Meg.

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* SpoiledSweet: Meg. "You're the last good person at this school. I'd believe cartoon birds braided your hair this morning."
20th Oct '15 6:56:22 AM lipranzer
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At Wallace's house after school, Veronica and Wallace are watching fights on TV. Wallace mentions the purity test, and asks if Veronica took it. Off her DeathGlare, he tries to pretend he didn't, but Veronica coaxes out of him that he scored a 70, which is considered uncool. To raise his "coolness" factor, Veronica takes off her shirt and shows him her bra... which is when Wallace's mother Alicia (Erica Gimpel) comes in, and asks to speak with Wallace. In the hall, Alicia tells Wallace she doesn't want him to hang out with Veronica, and the Mars family is a bad influence. Wallace comes back in the room, and tells Veronica it's no big deal. Veronica, on Wallace's laptop, discovers that you can buy the results of someone else's purity tests for $10 each. She realizes that school tomorrow is going to be a madhouse.

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At Wallace's house after school, Veronica and Wallace are watching fights on TV. Wallace mentions the purity test, and asks if Veronica took it. Off her DeathGlare, he tries to pretend he didn't, but Veronica coaxes out of him that he scored a 70, which is considered uncool. To raise his "coolness" factor, Veronica takes off her shirt and shows him her bra... [[ParentsWalkInATTheWorstTime which is when Wallace's mother Alicia (Erica Gimpel) comes in, in]], and asks to speak with Wallace. In the hall, Alicia tells Wallace she doesn't want him to hang out with Veronica, and the Mars family is a bad influence. Wallace comes back in the room, and tells Veronica it's no big deal. Veronica, on Wallace's laptop, discovers that you can buy the results of someone else's purity tests for $10 each. She realizes that school tomorrow is going to be a madhouse.
10th Jul '15 5:29:47 PM nombretomado
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* TitledAfterTheSong: The title, of course, is taken from the {{Madonna}} song.

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* TitledAfterTheSong: The title, of course, is taken from the {{Madonna}} {{Music/Madonna}} song.
8th Apr '15 10:40:30 AM erforce
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* ShoutOut: Veronica refers to Kimmy as "''SingleWhiteFemale''".
** When Veronica breaks into Mac's car, she asks Mac if she's seen ''RepoMan''.

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* ShoutOut: Veronica refers to Kimmy as "''SingleWhiteFemale''".
"''Film/SingleWhiteFemale''".
** When Veronica breaks into Mac's car, she asks Mac if she's seen ''RepoMan''.''Film/RepoMan''.
29th Jan '15 9:09:35 PM lipranzer
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* HeyItsThatGuy: [[Film/{{Fame}} Coco]] (from the TV show) is Wallace's mom.
1st Dec '14 6:57:48 AM lipranzer
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* LiteraryAllusionTitle: The title, of course, is taken from the {{Madonna}} song.


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* TitledAfterTheSong: The title, of course, is taken from the {{Madonna}} song.
19th Mar '14 1:23:55 PM slvstrChung
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That same day, after gym class, Veronica comes out of the shower only to discover all of her clothes are gone. She discovers them in the toilet, and Meg (Alona Tal) sees this, takes sympathy on Veronica, and offers her something to wear. Later, they walk into the school eating area, and Veronica is wearing Meg's old cheerleading outfit. Veronica makes a joke about the whole thing, but thanks Meg as she heads to her car so she can go home and change.

At the 09er lunch table, Meg joins her boyfriend Cole (Daniel Bess), Dick, Duncan, Pam (Shanna Collins), Kimmy (Annie Abrams) and a few others. Dick is looking at a laptop which has a "purity test" that's been going around the school. Pam snarks about Meg lending Veronica her cheerleader outfit. Meg comes to Veronica's defense, but Dick points out some of the things Veronica has done to other 09ers. Meg then learns about the purity test, and that everyone at school has taken it since it's been e-mailed around the school. Cole scored a 91 ([[DoubleStandard which, of course, is good if you're a girl, but bad if you're a guy]]), and Meg says she thinks it's nice they decided to wait. She kisses him and leaves, and Duncan teases Cole about that.

At Wallace's house after school, Veronica and Wallace are watching fights on TV. Wallace mentions the purity test, and asks if Veronica took it. Off her DeathGlare, he tries to pretend he didn't, but Veronica coaxes out of him that he scored a 70, which is considered uncool. To raise his "coolness" factor, Veronica takes off her shirt and shows him her bra...which is when Wallace's mother Alicia (Erica Gimpel) comes in, and asks to speak with Wallace. In the hall, Alicia tells Wallace she doesn't want him to hang out with Veronica, and the Mars family is a bad influence. Wallace comes back in the room, and tells Veronica it's no big deal. Veronica is on Wallace's computer and discovers the purity tests are being sold online for $10 each. Veronica now can't wait to go to school the next day.

Sure enough, in school the next day, students are screaming at each other. Cole, in the meantime, is yelling at Meg (who's trying to rub off the number "48" that's been painted on her locker) about a tour guide in Spain he claims she slept with the previous summer. Meg denies it, and also denies taking the test, but Cole doesn't want to hear it, and storms off. Veronica comes up to Meg with a tissue, tells her she believes her, and offers to get revenge on whoever set her up.

After the credits, Veronica heads into a computer class and asks the teacher how someone could have accessed other students' passwords, but the teacher tells her he's really a gym teacher, and the person she should be talking to is "[[OnlyKnownByTheirNickname Mac]]", who is a girl with blue hair.

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That same day, after gym class, Veronica comes out of the shower only to discover all of her clothes are gone. She discovers them They have been left in the toilet, and bowl of a toilet. An 09er, Meg (Alona Tal) sees this, Tal), takes sympathy on Veronica, and offers her something to wear. Later, they walk into the school eating area, and Veronica is wearing Meg's old cheerleading outfit. Veronica makes a joke about the whole thing, but thanks Meg as she heads to her car so she can go home and change.

At the 09er lunch table, Meg joins her boyfriend Cole (Daniel Bess), Dick, Duncan, Pam (Shanna Collins), Kimmy (Annie Abrams) and a few others. Dick is looking at a laptop which has a "purity test" that's been going around the school. Pam snarks about Meg lending Veronica her cheerleader outfit. Meg comes to Veronica's defense, but Dick points out some of the things Veronica has done to other 09ers. Meg then learns about the purity test, and that almost everyone at school has taken it since it's been e-mailed around the school.around. Cole scored a 91 ([[DoubleStandard which, of course, is good if you're a girl, but bad if you're a guy]]), and Meg says she thinks it's nice they decided to wait. She kisses him and leaves, and Duncan teases Cole about that.

At Wallace's house after school, Veronica and Wallace are watching fights on TV. Wallace mentions the purity test, and asks if Veronica took it. Off her DeathGlare, he tries to pretend he didn't, but Veronica coaxes out of him that he scored a 70, which is considered uncool. To raise his "coolness" factor, Veronica takes off her shirt and shows him her bra... which is when Wallace's mother Alicia (Erica Gimpel) comes in, and asks to speak with Wallace. In the hall, Alicia tells Wallace she doesn't want him to hang out with Veronica, and the Mars family is a bad influence. Wallace comes back in the room, and tells Veronica it's no big deal. Veronica is Veronica, on Wallace's computer and laptop, discovers that you can buy the results of someone else's purity tests are being sold online for $10 each. Veronica now can't wait to go to She realizes that school the next day.

tomorrow is going to be a madhouse.

Sure enough, in school the next day, morning, students are screaming screaming, taunting and making passes at each other. Cole, in Not exempt from the meantime, process is yelling at Meg (who's Meg, who is trying to rub off the number "48" that's been painted on her locker) locker, and Cole, who is chastising her about a tour guide in Spain he claims she allegedly slept with the previous summer. Meg denies it, and also denies taking that she took the test, test at all, but Cole doesn't want to hear it, and storms off.is done with her. Veronica comes up to Meg with a tissue, tells her she believes her, and offers to get revenge on whoever set her up.

After the credits, Veronica heads into a computer class and asks the teacher how someone could have accessed other students' passwords, but the teacher tells her he's really a gym teacher, and the person she should be talking to is "[[OnlyKnownByTheirNickname Mac]]", who is a girl with blue hair.



That night, Wallace is taking pictures of Veronica as she's posing, pretending she's displaying something. They get interrupted by a phone call, and as Wallace goes to answer it, Veronica looks out and sees Alicia outside arguing with Jeremy (Joel Bissonnette), who is their tenant, and who is blowing off Alicia's requests that he pay his overdue rent.

The next day, Meg is doing the broadcast for the school TV section. She mentions the drama department is holding auditions for the school production of {{Cabaret}}. Her co-anchor makes a joke about Meg being an actress, but when she looks flustered, he clarifies that she's appeared in previous school plays, and she laughs. After the broadcast, Pam comes up to her, concerned, but Meg says she's fine, and Kimmy (who is also there) should have gotten the anchor position instead of her.

In the hallways, Veronica comes up to Meg, and Meg tells her about all of the e-mails she's been getting and the [[CoughSnarkCough slut sneezes]] as well, the latter of which she demonstrates. Veronica asks Meg if anyone knows her password, and Meg says the only one who could possibly know it is Lizzie, her sister, but they're very close.

[[GilliganCut In the girls' bathroom, we hear Lizzie tells Veronica she wish she had posted Meg's results]]. As Lizzie (Anastasia Baranova) applies her make-up, she tells Veronica Meg is considered the perfect daughter, and Lizzie isn't. Veronica asks Lizzie if she posted Meg's score, and Lizzie says she didn't, but since she gets blame for everything else, Veronica might as well blame her for that as well.

Veronica then goes to the IT office and meets Renny. After being thrown for a second by [[{{Bishonen}} how good looking she thinks he is]], Veronica recovers and, pretending to be [[TheDitz a ditz]], asks Renny to give Veronica her friend's password so she can change her screen saver for her birthday, but Renny tells her he can't do it. Veronica gives up and leaves.

Later, in the school auditorium, they're auditioning people for {{Cabaret}}. Kimmy sings, "Don't Tell Mama", and the audience and teacher applaud. It's Meg's turn next, but as she sings, the audience yells out to her and starts [[CoughSnarkCough slut sneezing]] again. Meg valiantly tries to keep singing, but soon can't take it anymore, and tear-stricken, she runs out of the auditorium. Veronica runs after her, and in the hall, Meg tells her she can't take it anymore. Veronica is about to comfort Meg when she notices her locker has "14" painted on it. Veronica resignedly wonders why it took so long for people to come after her.

That night, Veronica writes a letter to Koontz, [[BriefAccentImitation narrating the letter in a Virginia accent]], about how she's a student from Koontz's hometown and would love to visit him. She also photo-shops the picture Wallace took of her over the entrance to San Diego State University. She then admits she paid to find out the results of her own purity test, which meant she read bout having sex with a lot of people she didn't.

The next day, Veronica asks Renny to help change her password.

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That night, Wallace is taking pictures of Veronica as she's posing, pretending she's displaying something. They get interrupted by a phone call, and as Wallace goes to answer it, Veronica looks out and sees Alicia outside arguing with Jeremy (Joel Bissonnette), who is their the Fennels' tenant, and who is blowing off Alicia's requests that he pay his overdue rent.

The next day, Meg is doing the broadcast for the school TV section. She mentions the drama department is holding auditions for the school production of {{Cabaret}}. Her co-anchor makes a joke about Meg being an actress, but when she looks flustered, he clarifies that she's appeared in previous school plays, and she laughs. After the broadcast, Pam comes up to her, concerned, but Meg says she's fine, and that Kimmy (who is also there) should have gotten the anchor position instead of her.

In the hallways, Veronica comes up to Meg, and Meg tells her Veronica about all of the e-mails she's been getting and the [[CoughSnarkCough slut sneezes]] as well, the latter of which she demonstrates. Veronica asks Meg if anyone knows her password, and Meg says the only one who could possibly know it is Lizzie, her sister, but they're very close.

[[GilliganCut In the girls' bathroom, bathroom]], we hear Lizzie tells (Anastasia Baranova) tell Veronica she wish she had posted Meg's results]]. As Lizzie (Anastasia Baranova) applies her make-up, she tells Veronica results. Meg is considered the perfect Simmons daughter, and Lizzie isn't. Veronica asks Lizzie if she posted Meg's score, and Lizzie says she didn't, but since she gets blame for everything else, Veronica might as well blame her for that as well.

Veronica then goes to the IT office and meets Renny. After being thrown for a second by [[{{Bishonen}} how good looking good-looking she thinks he is]], Veronica recovers and, pretending to be [[TheDitz a ditz]], asks Renny to give Veronica her friend's password so she can change her screen saver for her birthday, but Renny tells her he can't do it. Veronica gives up and leaves.

Later, in the school auditorium, they're auditioning people for {{Cabaret}}. Kimmy sings, "Don't Tell Mama", and the audience and teacher applaud. It's Meg's turn next, but as she sings, the audience yells out to her and starts [[CoughSnarkCough slut sneezing]] again. Meg valiantly tries to keep singing, but soon can't take it anymore, and and, tear-stricken, she runs out of flees the auditorium. scene. Veronica runs after her, and in the hall, Meg tells her she can't take it anymore. Veronica is about trying to comfort Meg when she her, and, in passing, notices that her own locker has "14" painted on it. Veronica resignedly wonders why it took so long for people to come after her.

That night, Veronica writes a letter to Koontz, [[BriefAccentImitation narrating the letter in a Virginia accent]], about how she's a student from Koontz's hometown and would love to visit him. She also photo-shops the picture Wallace took of her over the entrance to San Diego State University. She then admits she paid to find out the results of her own purity test, which meant she read bout primarily involved having sex with a lot of people she didn't.

strangers.

The next day, Veronica asks Renny to help change her password.
password. He gives her a somewhat condescending lecture about making sure it contains punctuation and numbers this time, though he's a bit taken aback when she points out that it already did.



In English class the next day, Veronica tells Meg the test came from ''Grind'' magazine. Meg notes her sister is the only she knows who subscribes to it. Veronica is interrupted by the teacher, who asks her a class-related question. Dick snarks on Veronica, and she decides to take revenge.

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In English class the next day, Veronica tells Meg the test came from ''Grind'' magazine. Meg notes her sister is the only she knows who subscribes to it. Veronica is interrupted by the teacher, who asks her a class-related question. Dick snarks on Veronica, and she decides to take revenge.
revenge on him in the future.



The next day, during lunch, Duncan and Cole are talking trash about Meg when Lizzie shows up and starts telling Cole off, even embarrassing him by talking about the love poems he wrote Meg. Veronica, who also had overheard this, asks Lizzie where Meg is, and Lizzie says she didn't show up for school at all.

At Meg's house, she's sitting in her bed, having been crying for a while. She asks Veronica how she deals with what people say about her, and Veronica tells her to get tough and then get even, and to go back to school.

Later that day, Alicia brings Wallace and his brother Darrell inside their house when she smells gas. They run out of the house. Later, Deputy Sachs shows up, but tells her there's nothing he can do, and Alicia will have to get a lawyer to file an eviction notice, which takes 60 days to process. Alicia sarcastically thanks Sachs for his help.

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The next day, during lunch, Duncan and Cole are talking trash about trash-talking Meg when Lizzie shows up and starts telling Cole off, even embarrassing him by talking about the love poems he wrote Meg. Veronica, who also had overheard this, asks Lizzie where Meg is, and Lizzie says she didn't show up for school at all.

At Meg's house, she's Meg is sitting in her bed, bed at home, having been crying for a while. She asks Veronica how she deals with what people say about her, and Veronica tells her that it doesn't bother her, because she learned to get tough and then get even, and to go back to school.

even. She suggests that Meg should do the same.

Later that day, Alicia brings Wallace and his brother Darrell inside their house when she smells gas. Wallace braves the fumes to turn off the stove. They run out of the house. Later, call for law enforcement, but Deputy Sachs shows up, but tells her there's nothing he can do, and Alicia will have to get a lawyer to file an eviction notice, which takes 60 days to process. Alicia sarcastically thanks Sachs for his help.



Later that morning, Veronica and Wallace are looking for Wallace's keys when Keith comes in with breakfast. After making a joke about it, Keith "happens" to find Wallace's keys.

At school, Mac tells Veronica she's heard some people have bought dozens of copies of the purity test. Veronica asks if she can e-mail Veronica the information on the dummy corporation in charge of the test, but pauses when she realizes she can't access her e-mail account. Mac realizes someone is logged into her account in the journalism room. When the school bell rings, they rush over to the room, only to find it unoccupied. Veronica assures Mac there's nothing secure on her school e-mail account but stops short when she sees an e-mail written to Duncan in her outbox. The e-mail claims Veronica is still hung up on Duncan, and has VD. As Veronica reacts to this, she gets an IM from someone whose screen name is "Froggy". Veronica figures out "Froggy" isn't at school, and asks him for a password; "Froggy" replies, "Another one?" Veronica says she's figured it all out, and leaves.

At night, Veronica is at the Neptune MakeOutPoint, and she mentions she follows the person she suspects is Froggy to Lover's Lane. She finds his car, and from the outside, stars snapping pictures. The next day, as Veronica walks through the hall, she lists the suspects in her head; Cole, Pam, Lizzie...and Kimmy, whom Veronica calls over to her locker. When Kimmy walks over, Veronica shows her the pictures she took of Kimmy and Renny having sex, and Kimmy blanches. She then accuses Kimmy of taking the test under her name, but Kimmy tells her it was actually Pam who did it, because she's got a crush on Duncan and is upset Duncan is still hung up on Veronica. Kimmy does admit taking the test under Meg's name because she's upset about Meg always getting whatever Kimmy wants. Veronica opens her locker to reveal she's been taping Kimmy's confession the whole time. She then accuses Renny of running the purity test website, but Kimmy says he only gave her the passwords. Veronica walks away.

In the journalism room, Meg and her co-anchor tape the newscast for the school TV station. Meg announces the results of the Neptune lacrosse match, and cuts to what she thinks is the story on it; instead, it's Kimmy's confession to Veronica. To Veronica's chagrin, it shows Kimmy confessing first about Pam, which Duncan is there to see. Eventually, it gets to Kimmy confessing about what she did to Meg before going back to the lacrosse story. Pam gets up and yells at Kimmy for confessing, and Kimmy runs out, crying. Everyone stares at Pam, who yells, "[[FlatWhat What]]?!?"

In the parking lot, Veronica walks by Dick, who's trying to fix his car after Veronica messed with it. Veronica finger-guns him and continues to walk by. She sees Mac driving a brand new car, and figures out Mac was the one who set up the test; since she gypped 09ers out of their money, Veronica isn't too upset. Veronica then greets Meg, who thanks her, and tells her people are now coming up to her claiming they never believed it, including Cole. Veronica sarcastically notes no one is doing that for her, and Meg says it's because people are scared of her. Veronica says that's the point. Meg tells her getting tough was good advice, but she might want to rethink the getting even part; "You do have friends, "Veronica." Veronica looks thoughtful as Meg leaves. She then runs up to Duncan and disavows the e-mail to him about being hung up on him and having VD. Duncan says he's not hung up on her either, but makes a joke about the VD; Veronica laughs and leaves.

Alicia stops by Mars Investigations and when she sees Keith, she thanks him for driving Jeremy out. Keith says it was no big deal; Alicia mentions the stories about him, and Keith acts like it's no big deal. He offers Alicia coffee, and she accepts.

Later that day, Veronica goes to the prison to meet Koontz (Christian Clemonsen), still pretending to be "Ellen White" from Virginia. After some small talk, Veronica asks about the photos and Lily's sneakers, but Koontz soon realizes who Veronica really is, and acts tough about killing Lily. He also mentions having seen Lianne around Kane software, and insinuates Jake is really Veronica's father. He then leaves.

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Later that morning, Veronica and Wallace are looking for Wallace's keys when Keith comes in with breakfast. After making a joke about it, Keith "happens" to find Wallace's keys.

keys in his jacket pocket.

At school, Mac tells Veronica she's heard some people have bought dozens of copies of the purity test. Veronica asks if she can e-mail Veronica the information on the dummy corporation in charge of the test, but pauses when she realizes she can't access her e-mail account. Mac realizes someone is logged into her Veronica's account in the journalism room. When the school bell rings, they rush over to the room, only to find it unoccupied. Veronica assures Mac there's nothing secure on her school e-mail account but stops short when she sees an e-mail written to Duncan in her outbox. The e-mail claims Veronica is still hung up on Duncan, and has VD. As Veronica reacts to this, she gets an IM from someone whose screen name is "Froggy". Veronica figures out "Froggy" isn't at school, and asks him for a password; "Froggy" replies, "Another one?" Veronica says she's figured it all out, and leaves.

At night, Veronica is at the Neptune MakeOutPoint, and she mentions she follows the person she suspects is Froggy to Lover's Lane. She finds his car, and from the outside, stars snapping pictures. The next day, as Veronica walks through the hall, she lists the suspects in her head; Cole, Pam, Lizzie... and Kimmy, whom Veronica calls over to her locker. When Kimmy walks over, Veronica shows her the pictures she took of Kimmy and Renny having sex, and Kimmy blanches. She then accuses Kimmy of taking the test under her name, but Kimmy tells her it was actually Pam who did it, because she's got a crush on Duncan and is upset Duncan is still hung up on Veronica. Kimmy does admit taking the test under Meg's name because she's upset about Meg always getting whatever Kimmy wants. Veronica opens her locker to reveal she's been taping video-taping Kimmy's confession the whole time. She then accuses Renny of running the purity test website, but Kimmy says he only gave her the passwords. Veronica walks away.

In the journalism room, Meg and her co-anchor tape the newscast for the school TV station. Meg announces the results of the Neptune lacrosse match, and cuts to what she thinks is the story on it; instead, it's Kimmy's confession to Veronica. To Veronica's chagrin, it shows Kimmy confessing first about Pam, which Duncan is there to see. Eventually, it gets to Kimmy confessing about what she did to Meg Meg, before going back actually getting to the lacrosse story.story which Veronica coered for journalism class. Pam gets up and yells at Kimmy for confessing, and Kimmy runs out, crying. Everyone stares at Pam, who yells, "[[FlatWhat What]]?!?"

In the parking lot, Veronica walks by Dick, who's trying to fix his car after Veronica messed with it. Veronica finger-guns him and continues to walk by. She sees Mac driving a brand new car, brand-new Volkswagen Bug convertible, and figures out deduces that Mac was the one who set up the test; since she gypped 09ers out of their money, Veronica isn't too upset. Veronica then greets Meg, who thanks her, and tells her people are now coming up to her claiming they never believed it, including Cole. Veronica sarcastically notes no one is doing that for her, and Meg says it's because people are scared of her. Veronica says that's the point. Meg tells her getting tough was good advice, but she might want to rethink the getting even part; "You do have friends, "Veronica.Veronica." Veronica looks thoughtful as Meg leaves. She then runs up to Duncan and disavows the e-mail to him about being hung up on him and having VD. Duncan says he's not hung up on her either, but makes a joke about the VD; Veronica laughs and leaves.

Alicia stops by Mars Investigations and when she sees Keith, she thanks him for driving Jeremy out. out, despite her earlier hostility to him. Keith says it was no big deal; Alicia mentions the stories about him, deal, and Keith acts like it's no big deal. He offers Alicia coffee, and she accepts.

her coffee.

Later that day, Veronica goes to the prison to meet Koontz (Christian Clemonsen), still pretending to be "Ellen White" from Virginia. After some small talk, Veronica asks about the photos and Lily's sneakers, but Koontz soon realizes who Veronica really is, and acts tough about killing Lily. He also mentions having seen Lianne around Kane software, Software, and insinuates Jake is really Veronica's father. He then leaves.
father.



* {{Bishonen}}: Both Kimmy and Mac feel this way about Renny. Even Veronica is momentarily distracted.

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* {{Bishonen}}: Both Kimmy and Mac feel this way about Renny. Even Veronica is momentarily distracted.DistractedByTheSexy, albeit momentarily.



* ThePasswordIsAlwaysSwordfish: Subverted; when Veronica tells Renny her account's been hacked, he lectures her about not having easy passwords. Veronica responds her password is "[=GJ7B!X=]".

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* MachiavelliWasWrong: Veronica doesn't think so, having (true to his words) settled for being feared since she can't be loved. Meg puts the first dent in that armor.
* ThePasswordIsAlwaysSwordfish: Subverted; when Veronica tells Renny her account's been hacked, he lectures her about not having easy passwords. Veronica responds that her password is "[=GJ7B!X=]".



* WithFriendsLikeThese: Alicia feels this way about Keith and Veronica...at first.

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* WithFriendsLikeThese: Alicia feels this way about Keith and Veronica... at first.
28th Jan '14 6:44:56 AM lipranzer
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That night, Veronica writes a letter to Koontz, narrating the letter in a Virginia accent, about how she's a student from Koontz's hometown and would love to visit him. She also photo-shops the picture Wallace took of her over the entrance to San Diego State University. She then admits she paid to find out the results of her own purity test, which meant she read bout having sex with a lot of people she didn't.

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That night, Veronica writes a letter to Koontz, [[BriefAccentImitation narrating the letter in a Virginia accent, accent]], about how she's a student from Koontz's hometown and would love to visit him. She also photo-shops the picture Wallace took of her over the entrance to San Diego State University. She then admits she paid to find out the results of her own purity test, which meant she read bout having sex with a lot of people she didn't.
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