Veronica is let out of jail, while Mac, Parker, Logan, and Bronson go on Valentine's Day Savenger Hunt. Josh decides to flee the country after learning the truth about his dad and Lamb goes after Steve at Mindy's house.
Did You Know?
When Wallace comes to pick Veronica up after Sheriff Lamb lets her out of prison, Lamb asks Wallace where he has seen him before. Wallace reminds Lamb of their interaction in the pilot episode, in which Lamb told Wallace to "go see the Wizard and ask him for some guts;" when Lamb asks Wallace if he ever did that, Wallace responds, "yeah--he said to let you know you're the only sheriff in America who he considers a true Friend of Dorothy." Although Wallace's response is a continuation of the The Wizard of Oz
(1939) theme of the interchange, it is also a reference to the fact that "Friend of Dorothy" is a mid-twentieth-century euphemism for a gay person. Although the term was originally a sub rosa way for gay people (mostly men) to refer to each other without letting straight people know they were discussing homosexuality, it is now fairly well-known among straight people as well (for example, see the "quotes" section for Clueless
(1995)). See more
(at around 50 mins) Logan takes a picture of Veronica behind bars. When the camera shoots from Logan's point of view, we can see Veronica clearly on his cell phone, but when the camera changes angles we can see that his index finger blocking the camera, so all that the picture could offer is a blurry image of a finger. See more
Sheriff Don Lamb
I know you from somewhere.
Yeah! You told me to go see the Wizard and ask him for some guts.
Sheriff Don Lamb
Yeah! He said to let you know you're the only sheriff in America who he considers a true friend of Dorothy.
All I Need
Performed by Billy Martin See more