Troy: Speaking of wild nights, Troy may have had the most shocking experience of them all. Our golden boy was set to moderate the town hall meeting at Hancock Hall in "Chapter X," but after making a late arrival, a scorned Coco steals his thunder when she ends up locking Troy out of the meeting and sending him outside to deal with the protesters. Minutes later when all the students get sent an alert that the Hancocks are -- in Lionel’s words -- holding AP house for ransom, Troy reacts to the news by smashing through the locked door of Hancock Hall with a shovel. He’s immediately arrested by campus police, and Dean Fairbanks is seen intervening when one of the officers attempts to pull a gun on him before taking him away.
Lionel: Shit hit the fan on the night of the protest and, to pretty much everyone’s surprise, most of that was because of our bashful budding journalist, Lionel. After Sam tells him (in so many words) that Armstrong-Parker is being used as a bargaining chip to stop her from protesting the town hall, Lionel does some research on the Hancocks -- aka Winchester’s wealthiest donors -- and uncovers that the family has been funding racist policies at the school for years. He lets all this information fly at the town hall and secretly writes an article about it for the school paper, much to the chagrin of Silvio, his editor. Needless to say, chaos ensues as soon as the article is published.