The first 13 parents involved in the college admission scandal, including the appropriate-acting Felicity Huffman (quiet, demure, accompanied by brother) and the inappropriate-acting Lori Loughlin (smiling? laughing? signing autographs?), appeared in federal court on Wednesday. They were told their legal rights, charges against them and possible penalties for the alleged crimes. While these two actresses have been dealing with all sorts of repercussions since this story broke – from lost jobs to marital strain, and estrangement from their kids, the ultimate price – jail time – is expected, even if they cut plea bargains.