Veronica's Closet

Season 3 Episode 14

Veronica's New Bookshelves

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Aired Thursday 9:30 PM Feb 01, 2000 on NBC
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Veronica's New Bookshelves
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Veronica bumps into Tom again, realizes she regrets dumping him and wants to rekindle old flames. Tom finds out Ronnie is in the market for new bookshelves so, rather than have her buy them from a catalogue, asks if he could build her a set. Veronica doesn't need to think too hard about that one. Perry talks Leo into going half on an expensive DVD player for Josh and Chloe's wedding present; that way, Leo can finally be the one who gives the cool gift. Josh and Chloe are eaten up with jealousy when they hear Kevin is coordinating other weddings besides theirs. Later, they are eaten up with disgust upon opening Perry and Leo's gift - a used dictionary wrapped up in a DVD player box. Josh's and Chloe's obsession with Kevin becomes a bit too scary, culminating in Kevin washing his hands of the two of them. Josh confronts Perry and Leo about their insulting gift, letting Leo put two and two together that Perry (who bought it off a less-than-reliable street dealer) pulled a $600 boner. While Josh and Chloe try to win Kevin back and Perry tries to get Leo to forgive him, Tom works day and night at Veronica's apartment providing her with ample opportunities to get him into the sack. Ronnie then wants to give Tom the sack when he presents her with a bill. For $10,000 a confrontation arises and the two on-again, off-again, on-again lovebirds agree on a compromise; she can pay him whatever she wants to. Olive advises Veronica that Tom billed her not for what the shelves are worth but for what his sexual services are worth, leaving Ronnie wondering whether Tom was $10,000 good in bed or not.moreless

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