- Sorbonne (Places)
"I've saved nearly every penny since I started working for Dad. I know I can't count on college money from him and I know it kills him that he can't offer. It's gone now. I had enough for four years at San Diego State, a year at Stanford, and a semester at the Sorbonne. Let's hope it's worth it."
Veronica lays out her educational options: San Diego State, the local, state-funded college; Stanford, a private university in Northern California and the Harvard University of the West Coast; or the Sorbonne, the historical university in Paris. Not that it matters much: Veronica spent all of her savings paying for her mother to go into an inpatient alcohol rehabilitation facility. Maybe there's a special private investigator scholarship at one of these universities.
- 1.16 "Betty and Veronica"