It just shows the Apple logo and goes whirr-click, whirr-click, whirr-click for a bit, then shows a file folder with an exclamation point and turns itself off.
Adam had me pushing a bunch of buttons to try to put it into disk mode, whatever that is. Somehow, we got it to show the menu, and it showed that it had *no* battery life left. Unsurprising, after the party. Anyway, it showed that after I'd unplugged it from the wall; by the time we got it to the computer, it was back to just the apple.
iTunes isn't recognizing it.
We've got it plugged into the wall, and we hope it's charging. It's apple-screened whirr-clicking, and that doesn't sound good.
Least it's under warranty.