"Eighteen shots of vodka: not a good idea. Who knew?"
The Ice Man cometh.
When Veronica exposed the infamous wall of shame in the basement of the Pi Sigma Sigma fraternity, she didn't quite bring the house down. A semester's probation — no mixers, no parties, no sports — was an irritation, not a death sentence.
Chip, whose nickname on the board of sexual conquests was Ice Man, is now President of the Pi Sigs, no doubt due to his popular boning of the Dean's wife. If his moniker is drawn from playwright O'Neill rather than Top Gun star Val Kilmer, he may well be the last brother-in-chief. He remembers Veronica well, and her accusations of rape. Yet he was something of the perfect gentleman when the supposedly drunk Veronica needed seeing home from the Pi Sigs's sister sorority, Zeta Theta Beta, and he was prepared to hire her to help the fraternity defend against charges of serial rape.
Chip remains in Veronica's sites. She's identified him as being "around" each time the Hearst rapist strikes. She knows that he organized a grope room and is not shy of sleeping with the partners of others. And because one good vice deserves another, Chip is also known to be indebted to Hearst's gambling kingpin. Veronica may have other leads on the rapist, but Chip isn't far out of the frame.
Then again, this damn show has a habit of making bastards likeable and there's just something about Chip...
Or is that merely a pipe dream?
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David Tom plays Chip Diller.