The Veronica Mars Season 2 Dossier: Episodes 1-4

Dang, Veronica had a busy summer! The summer before MY senior year I worked at a movie theater (guys, don't ever eat movie theater hot dogs) and slept A LOT. If I was lucky I'd get in a game of GoldenEye or something. But leave it to Veronica Mars to engage in TWO romances, get involved in TWO murder trials, and hold down a job as a hostess at a cafe/coffee house/karaoke bar/restaurant. (What?) She seriously made that summer count!

Not to brag, but I feel pretty fortunate that I got to start Veronica Mars Season 2 so quickly after finishing Season 1. Can you imagine having to wait all summer to know what happened next? WHO was standing at her door? And how would the events of the finale play out in Neptune? There were a lot of spinning plates to address and the first four episodes of Season 2 definitely benefited from having Season 1 fresh in mind. Obviously having watched only four episodes means it's too early to judge Season 2 yet, but (A) I loved all four of them and (B) there are already some noticeable differences. Let's start with the most obvious changes first: New faces in the title sequence!

Seems ol' Dick Casablancas wasn't going to spend Season 2 as the glorified extra he was in Season 1!

Late Season 1 addition Beaver and/or Cassidy Casablancas was the more shocking promotion. The writers must've had big plans for him this season! (Full disclosure: I may have accidentally read a spoiler about him, so... hmm.)

I have no idea who this lady is.

And I don't know if it counts as a trend just yet, but the first two episodes of this season ended with huge, out-of-left-field cliffhangers that I don't recall being the norm during Season 1. Aesthetically at least, Veronica Mars Season 2 isn't nearly as '90s as it was in Season 1, right? Veronica's styled better and the camerawork feels less MTV and more cinematic. Oh, and another noticeable thing about the first four episodes? The guys have been taking their shirts off WAY more than before. Just an observation!

Although Season 2's first episode featured some heavy flashbacks (mostly romance-related), I'm relieved to see that the new season-long plotline(s) won't be as flashback-centric as the Lilly Kane stuff was. I just don't love the flashback style... all super-saturated with vertical flares. It kinda makes me seasick! I don't know, I have mental problems.

Okay, let's roll this bus off a cliff!



Season 2, Episode 1: "Normal Is the Watchword"


Case of the week: Though Veronica had made a half-hearted attempt to get out of the teen private-eye game, a school controversy involving possibly fraudulent drug tests dragged her back in. Specifically Wallace, Meg and a few other non-drug-using star athletes all tested positive for illegal substances and were summarily kicked off their respective teams for the entire year. After a misdirection involving a kid who'd been pantsed and subsequently laughed at by all the athletes in question (and who was the principal's son, to boot), Veronica rather handily traced the false positives back to a consortium of corrupt parents who'd plotted to get their children better positions on sports teams. For a case of the week, this was actually a pretty minor element in the episode and was squared away about halfway through. That's because Veronica had A LOT more to worry about.

The plot thickens: Specifically, this episode both filled in the gaps of what had gone down since Season 1's "I was hoping it'd be you" moment PLUS a few present-tense mysteries were just ramping up. It turned out Veronica's romantic life had grown VERY complicated over the summer, and the simple mystery of WHO her current boyfriend was ended up being hilariously drawn out throughout this episode. The gist: As it happened, it was, in fact, Logan who'd been at her door that night. BUT he'd been beaten nearly to death by Weevil's gang and might have murdered one of them. So, you know, it wasn't the most romantic reunion imaginable. Later that summer Logan was exonerated for the crime and once again it looked like a rich kid was going to get away with (alleged) murder. But after getting his car shotgun blasted and also getting involved with too many school pranks, Logan finally found himself dumped! Veronica had had enough of that lifestyle, I guess. Fortunately Duncan had taken to hanging out at Veronica's new workplace (that weird cafe/karaoke joint, Java the Hutt) and finally made his move with a romantic fortune cookie. So ta-da, Veronica and Duncan were back together!

Meanwhile Keith Mars had spent the summer writing a quickie cash-in book about the Lilly Kane murder; Aaron Echolls was locked away; and the Kanes had moved to Northern California where they awaited trial for ruining Neptune, basically. On the plus side for Duncan, he got to live in a hotel penthouse now! Hard to be sad about that. Wallace was still useless, but his mom was still dating Keith Mars, so that's something. As for the Casablancas family, it seemed like they were being set up as the new Echollses: rich and awful. Dick and Beaver's dad had married a hot gold-digger and we learned right off the bat that Logan was sleeping with her behind everybody's back.

In addition to the still-unsolved thread of how exactly Logan came to find a bloody knife in his hand while lying beside a dead body, the BIG mystery that was set up by this episode—surely meant to be as season-spanning as the Lilly Kane case—related to the episode's final image: a school bus full of students driven directly off the cliff during a class field trip. While visiting a local baseball stadium, half of the journalism class opted to take a Casablancas-hired limo back to school while the other half took the bus. But after the ghost of Lilly Kane distracted Veronica and caused her to run into Weevil at a gas station, the bus took off without her and she narrowly avoided a watery grave. Meg (who now considered Veronica her enemy for Duncan-related reasons) wasn't so lucky.

Don't I know you from somewhere?

Veronica Mars came back STRONG with recognizable guest stars. Hey, Steve Guttenberg! He played the owner of the local professional baseball team and, as we'd learn in the next episode, candidate for Mayor of Neptune.

No less than Buffy's Charisma Carpenter played Dick and Beaver's foxy step-mom!

Haha this lady was on America's Next Top Model at the time and, I believe, got this role for winning a challenge? I used to watch a lot of ANTM and I definitely remember that at least a few cycles offered the girls a chance at a role on Veronica Mars. So, congratulations Naima Mora! You played the third doomed journalism teacher and were repeatedly referred to as "Ms. Dumbass" by Dick Casablancas!

Oh, but here was a true star: Krysten Ritter! Man, Krysten Ritter is the best. She played Steve Guttenberg's daughter and we immediately got a sense that she was most likely crazy after she introduced herself with some rambling speech about how she wasn't dressed in a way that was accurate to her personality. Relax, lady.

Episode verdict: It's frankly amazing how much information this episode packed into 42 minutes while still feeling breezy and funny. While it doled out nuggets of info to help clean up last season's issues, we also wasted no time before Veronica jumped back into her old ways. The episode also ended with that breathtakingly horrifying ending, a multiple-death shocker that served to remind me just how murder-lite Season 1 was. Sure, there was that serial killer episode but for the most part not too many people got killed. Season 2 really started things off with a bang in that regard, and I'm already hooked.



Season 2, Episode 2: "Driver Ed"


Case of the week: For the second week in a row, the supposed "case of the week" was relatively minor. Also notable: Wallace took the lead in solving it. When the new girl in school (oh, THAT's who the mysterious newcomer in the credits was) got her car side-swiped in the parking lot, Wallace attempted to win her over by finding the culprit. In a fairly amusing twist, it turned out that her car had been hit by a reporter posing as a student, à la Josie Grossie in Never Been Kissed.

The plot thickens: The primary case this week was an extension of last week's shocker: Following the bus crash the citizens of Neptune surmised that the bus driver had committed suicide, but his daughter refused to accept that explanation and turned to Veronica for help. With the aid of a conspicuously recognizable convenience store clerk, Veronica eventually discovered that the bus driver hadn't been suicidal and the supposed suicide note he'd left on his computer was actually a Dear John letter meant for his wife. While it was made clear to us and the driver's daughter that the driver hadn't committed suicide, there was no indication about whether his name would ever be cleared in any meaningful way. A rare unsatisfying victory!

A few more plotlines were teased out in this episode: First Logan and Mrs. Casablancas's affair got a lot more R-rated as they began to brazenly get it on in the Casablancas's living room. Meanwhile Steve Guttenberg's character propositioned Keith Mars to run for Sheriff again, an idea Keith initially rejected before realizing that the sitting Sheriff was a piece of garbage and he'd do a better job of it. Oh, and Veronica and Duncan got it on, because life is short!

But the final scene was a mini-bombshell: A corpse washed up on the beach with the words "Veronica Mars" written on his hand! What did it mean??

Don't I know you from somewhere?

I've been made aware that Veronica Mars had a big following amongst famous geeks and that I should expect a lot of cameos. But this Kevin Smith thing was more than a cameo, it was a full scene and also the linchpin of this particular plotline. I mean, sure, it was an appropriate part for him, but still: Distracting!

This one was slightly more obscure but delightful nonetheless: Miko Hughes played this stoner in the parking lot! If you don't recognize him here, try picturing him as a three-year-old, holding a scalpel, and chasing his mom around the room in Pet Sematary. I once saw an E! special on former child stars and apparently Mike Hughes had to eventually sue his parents for emancipation or something? Totally not sad at all.

The bus driver's daughter was played by Ari Graynor, an actress who's been on the cusp of superstardom for a while now. I think her biggest gig so far has been Fringe? I don't know. All I know is she was really good in this episode. According to IMDB she won't be making any more appearances on this show, which is a bummer.

Episode verdict: Another great episode that continued increasing the soapier aspects of the show. I especially appreciated that Wallace took the reins on his own investigation... I guess I've never really understood what his purpose was, but it's starting to seem like he's becoming more of a Watson figure to Veronica's Sherlock? Also I appreciated the misdirection of making the bus crash seem like the case of the week, even though the conclusion reached in this episode only served to intensify how suspicious the whole thing was. It was definitely becoming clear that something bigger and more nefarious was at play there, and again, I love that the big mystery is unfolding in the present-tense rather than in flashbacks.



Season 2, Episode 3: "Cheatty Cheatty Bang Bang"


Case of the week: Continuing the previous episode's (slightly icky) thread that was the Logan-Mrs. Casablancas affair, Beaver hired Veronica to get photographic evidence that his gold-digging step-mom was, in fact, cheating on her husband. After first catching her taking meetings in a motel room with some dude, Veronica learned that Mrs. Casablancas was actually paying off the City Assessor as part of Mr. Casablancas' multi-million dollar real estate scam. Oh, but she was definitely ALSO cheating on him, as Beaver discovered when he saw photographs of she and Logan together. Mr. Casablancas didn't seem too upset though; the episode ended with him shredding all his documents and hopping on a helicopter out of town.

The plot thickens: Veronica was made aware of the corpse with her name written on its hand and she immediately set about figuring out what was going on there. First she recalled that she'd had an actual run-in with the guy just recently at the roadside memorial to the crash victims:

Later at Logan's house, she saw an old movie poster of Aaron Echolls' and noticed that the dead man's name was listed in the credits as Stunt Coordinator! Which meant that, of all people, Aaron Echolls may have been involved in the bus crash and the whole thing was arranged in order to murder Veronica! Harsh!

In a tiny moment that portended big things for Wallace, Keith and Alicia were approached in Chicago by a mysterious man who seemed to think Alicia's name was Cherie. She got real shifty when he chased them to the elevators. And it turned out he was a cop!

Oh, and at one point the entire episode ground to a halt so that a man in a ho-hat could stand up and sing the most frightful version of "Love Hurts" ever recorded. Apparently this was Courtney Taylor-Taylor, the lead singer of The Dandy Warhols, who also sing the theme song. I frankly don't care who it was, it was NOT necessary to my life. And I'll say it again: Java the Hutt is the weirdest establishment!

Don't I know you from somewhere?

The mysterious man from Alicia's past was played by Cress Williams from Hart of Dixie! Or, if you prefer GOOD television, he also played Vince Howard's dad on Friday Night Lights!

Episode verdict: The bus crash plotline continued to be pretty compelling, plus Veronica's dialogue was particularly hilarious in this episode. Is it just me or are her scenes with Sheriff Lamb among the most consistently hilarious the show has to offer? I care zero percent about Wallace's new girlfriend. Where is that going? But man do I love Charisma Carpenter. She was mostly a silent femme fatale in this episode which seemed like a waste of her comic timing, but still. Overall the episode just flew by; Season 2 is already noticeably more self-assured and quicker-paced than I recall Season 1 being.



Season 2, Episode 4: "Green-Eyed Monster"


Case of the week: Going behind Keith Mars' back, Veronica secretly agreed to a "gold package" investigation into a woman's fiancé's life. Secretly rich, the woman just wanted to know whether her hunky Scottish boyfriend was after her money and whether was being faithful to her. After misdirections involving Hebrew lessons, housesitting for Nicolas Cage, and using Google, the woman dumped him believing he'd been unfaithful when in actuality he hadn't. As it turned out he was the secretly rich guy who loved her without reservation, and her jealousy and judgmentalism destroyed their relationship.

The plot thickens: The bus crash case continued to widen as Weevil was suddenly linked to the dude who'd washed up on shore. Apparently Weevil had received a phone call from inside the Echolls residence on the night the dude had been killed stating that he'd been responsible for the bus crash. Or something? I guess the important thing was that the Echollses were still very much involved, but that's just a little TOO obvious for the fourth episode of the season, right?

Meanwhile Meg remained in ICU after the bus crash and Veronica learned that Duncan had been visiting her almost every day. When Meg's sister handed over Meg's laptop so that Duncan could wipe it of any personal information that Meg's parents shouldn't see, Veronica and Mac had to help crack the security and Veronica ended up secretly saving a copy of those files for herself. What would she find??? We didn't learn yet.

In the final scene, the man who'd spotted Alicia Fennel in Chicago showed up in Wallace's driveway and introduced himself as Wallace's FATHER! Whoops, Alicia's got some 'splainin' to do!

Don't I know you from somewhere?

The jealous girlfriend character was played by Laura Bell Bundy, another actress perpetually on the cusp of being well-known. I'd guess her highest profile gig was as Elle in the Broadway version of Legally Blonde, but personally I'm most impressed that she was in the unaired pilot of Strangers With Candy. That show is my everything.

Episode verdict: Well, I don't know what to tell you. I really enjoyed this episode also. I loved the undercover work Veronica did, and I'm getting more and more invested into her relationship with Duncan. They seem to really like each other! I'm not completely sure I understood what was going on with Meg's laptop, but it was great getting to see her bad-girl sister again. And I'm excited to see where the stuff with Wallace's dad is headed. It'll hopefully make Wallace more interesting? Fingers crossed!


After four episodes this season already feels more cohesive and better blended than last season did. Cases of the week are set up weeks in advance, we're learning more and more about characters' back stories, the dialogue just keeps getting snappier. There hasn't been even ONE disturbing or questionable sexual incident yet! I'm intrigued by the fact that Lilly Kane was sorrrrt of a ghost in the first episode and then sat out the next three? What was up with that? I still feel like there's an inappropriate amount of sexual tension between Keith Mars and Veronica, but that could be just me. Anyway, so far so good!


QUESTIONS:

... Were you happy that Veronica got back together with Duncan or were you sad about Logan?

... Did Veronica fall back in with '09ers a little too quickly?

... Should we be worried about Veronica Mars cast members who DIDN'T appear in Party Down?

... Did you spend your senior year of high school living alone in a hotel penthouse?



Previously...

The Veronica Mars Season 1 Dossier: Episodes 1-8
The Veronica Mars Season 1 Dossier: Episodes 9-16
The Veronica Mars Season 1 Dossier: Episodes 17-22

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I don't care about Duncan and though I did like Logan for a small amount of time, he seems too imbalanced for her. Veronica deserves better, like maybe me! And man, can you please stop with the sexual tension! They make such an awesome dad-daughter pair!
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1. I love Logan!!! She def. never should have left him.... Duncan is ok, but Logan is the man!!!



2. Veronica is still doing her best to be on both sides... a little more accepted by some 09ers, but still cool with the PCHers!



3. Maybe, because only the better characters were in that, but who care s:)



4. I wish......
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I so want to forward this beginning-of-season-2 recap to my newly watching sister, but darn it Price- that line under the picture of Beaver is a little too spoilery for a first-timer!
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Just watched Ep4 and i don't think that Veronica actually copied Meg's files to her laptop. She had put the memory stick in her laptop and an icon appeared on the screen but then she got a call from her super jealous client Julie and suddenly realized that she didn't want to turn into such a person herself, so she unplugged the stick without copying the files
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Hey Veronica Mars Fans! Here is a very neat article about our girl in the UK Guardian newspaper!



http://www.guardian.co.uk/tv-and-radio/tvandradioblog/2012/jun/25/tv-detectives-veronica-mars



Enjoy!
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Price, answering your question about Keith and Veronica relationships - yes, it is just you. After your first mention of UST b/w them I started watching their inter scenes more attentively - but nope, I saw nothing exept loving relationships of father and daughter. And it means much, because I ALWAYS see more passion in some relationships than it really is))



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Logan was always a more well-rounded character than Duncan. Duncan was given plotlines, but he was never given a personality. His only defining characteristics were his mysterious illness and the fact that he was the only "good guy" in his circle of rebellious friends. Logan has much more screen presence, and he and Veronica have a snappy back-and-forth that fits well with the witty tone of the show. I'd say the Duncan vs. Logan thing depends on if you're a fan of easy, content relationships (Duncan) or hot/cold ones (Logan). Personally, I'm always going to choose someone whose voicemail gives me an inspiring quote over someone whose voicemail does not.



Also, I always felt as though the show was just waiting to tell us that Duncan actually did play a part in his sister's murder. Would've made sense to me. He was so closed off and secretive.
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So glad you're starting season 2 right away! But seriously though, what the heck is with this supposed 'sexual tension' between Veronica and Keith?! Where the hell are you getting this from, Price?! That is so wrong I can't even begin to explain. Their relationship is NOTHING of the sort, and I think it's a father- daughter relationship anyone would envy. They're so close, but in the RIGHT way.

Furthermore, quit discounting Wallace! No, he doesn't have major stories, but he is Veronica's backup, her moral support, and one of the handful of people who stand behind Veronica. Wallace is well-loved!
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1.I always thougth it was importent for Veronica to get back together with Duncan.

2.Maybe but I thinks she is a very forgiving Person althougth she alwas gets even.

3.I only watched 1 or 2 Episodes of Pary Down so I dont know. (Never really liked the Series)

4.I never lived in a Hotel Penthous periode.



I dont get your hole Keith Veronica Problem for me he is one of the best or maybe even the best TV Dad ever.

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I'm a huge VM fan, so it's really great reading your recaps, since you're my favourite recapper. Yay! More :D
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"The mysterious man from Alicia's past was played by Cress Williams from Hart of Dixie! Or, if you prefer GOOD television, he also played Vince Howard's dad on Friday Night Lights!"



I like both! Actually, when I watch Hart of Dixie, I like to pretend that Jason Street's legs magically healed and he became a really attractive lawyer who likes tapas and women who either dress like it's the 1950s or who wear shorts in a professional setting.
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I have watched all 3 seasons of Veronica Mars like 100 times! It never gets old. It deserved more seasons.



1. NO! Logan was my favorite. Duncan was boring... Logan and Veronica just fit. Love Logans personality. :) I like Sarcasm so that's probably why.



2. Umm, No I don't think so she did a pretty good job at staying herself which I liked she was supporting her boyfriend in my opinion.



3. Nope.... but then again I never really gave it a lot of thought.



4. ha ha no! That would have been cool, I'm not an '09er. We can't all be rich.

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Logan, Logan, Logan he has a personality Duncan not so much. The finale of season 2 stays one of my favourite of all time! You can't go check the spoilers for that...don't do it for season 3 :) Could they bring it back or does she make enough being GG's voice? XOXO Veronica come back!
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I never liked her with Logan, I always appreciated her relationship with Duncan more but to be honest, there wasn't a single VM pairing I was crazy for.
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-Not particularly. Duncan was dull, the poor guy. I was more disappointed about Logan. I don't know if it was Logan himself or just the amazingness of Jason D. but I always enjoyed him, and them together...or semi-together. I guess I'm more of LoVe girl. Or Weever but that's another story.



-Yes. Fortunately she still stayed spunky, snarky VM, but I always felt she took to them too easily...almost like she was never really apart from them to begin with.



-Neva.



- Nah. Opted for a b&b because they have better food.
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Yay, more recaps! Upsetting that you read a spoiler, cause I sat with my mouth open for pretty much all of that finale episode, interspersed with loud gasps and clapping my hand over my face! It was one of the best season finale's I've seen. Up there with the shock factor of Dexter season 4 finale, and House season 4 finale. These recaps made me wanna watch VM again. Think I'll go do that.
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Veronica Mars was the best (: LOVE it, it needed waay more seasons (:
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1 - Duncan is kind of boring, I think her story with Logan is more interesting.

2 - Maybe, but nevertheless she's still a teenager...

3 - Why would we?

4 - No, I'm not an '09er!
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Price you're great you truely are but whatever you are doing right now, whether it is chasing orcas or donating an organ, you must stop this second and continue watching!!!! And stop reading spoilers, trust u love the surprises, but they wont be surprises if u keep reading spoilers so stop!!!!



But yeah I love Veronica Mars.

Questions:

1. Nope. Ducan bores me to tears!!! LoVe 4eva!!!!!!!

2. Maybe, idk, she is still herself, not compromising herself.

3. I dont care

4. God I wish!!!!!
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You're going to hate season 2, episode 14. No spoilers, and this is based on an observation from an earlier dossier, you will hate it.



Also, Lizzy Chaplan was never in Veronica Mars. So.
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Lizzy could have played a perfect Veronica Mars herself, so I doubt there could be another good role for her there. But I bet Rob Thomas regretted not having cast her for any of VM characters after he saw how good she is in Party Down
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Oh no. Don't read spoilers.

Thanks for doing this recap so soon after the last one. Does this mean that since you're recapping 4 eps at a go, you'll be putting more recaps out faster?



Anw for your questions:

No. Teddy Dunn can't act so I prefer veronica/logan scenes more.

No. Veronica was supporting her boyfriend.

Nope :)

Ofc not :(
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VM is the best and season 2 rocked! Now I wanna watch it again (for the 5th time!) and it's only been since Easter that I marathoned it last!
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Boo Duncan. That was pretty much my thoughts on that whole matter. Episode 4 is a bad place to stop as far as the Meg storyline is concerned, but your questions will be answered in time. Well mostly, anyway.



Jackie also really got on my nerves, but she made me slightly less annoyed as the season went on. Emphasis on SLIGHTLY.
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She truly was annoying...but there were a few annoying characters in season two.
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1. I was always in sort of rooting for Logan, but I still really think Duncan and Veronica are cute together. I think Duncan's more reliable, but also less interesting so it's 50/50 for me.



2. Well it was 3 months even though it seems like less since it's just one episode, but for me it's a bit to quick considering how the '09ers are basically AWFUL. I mean the whole being best friends with her then tormenting her for a year, I think she forgave the whole group a little too quickly. But it was the same with her first getting with Logan.



3. We should be worried if they turned the opportunity down.



4. Well my family owns a hotel, so I feel like living in the penthouse would have been a little cliche. Instead I had them build me an exact replica of Java the Hutt, and then add a penthouse style apartment above it. I just want to be unique.



-- I'm not getting the exact incestuous vibe you seem to pick up from the Mars family. If I was looking for that I'd go to TVD or Teen Wolf, because literally those shows are just sexual tension between family members, sex, and death.

-- And exactly what spoilers did you read? HMMMMMMMMMMMM???????
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TVD? YES! I swear there were a few moments between Elena and Jeremy that had me very disturbed.
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Oh, so sad that you're getting into this season already spoiled!!

1) I never really cared about Duncan, he was pretty dull to me and the actor was not really good. I was sad about Logan, but Veronica and Logan are at their best when they are broken up and pining. But I'm LoVe all the way!!

2) I think in season 2 she was more in a neutral position, she was no longer an outcast, but she wasn't really an 09er either. She could blend in with either end of the social spectrum easily.

3) Mmmm... haven't thought about that. I loved Party Down mainly because it was a big VM reunion.

4) I WISH!!
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Same here! Part of what made this season awesome, was that again the twists revealed in the finale were really quite very well done.
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1. Duncan and Veronica were just straight up BORING. LoVe (Logan and Veronica) foreva

2. Ya, a little bit, but at least she doesn't act like she did in all those season 1 flashbacks

3. Have you seen them in anything else? exactly.

4. We can't all have crazy parents with a lot of money.. so no.
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i was so pissed that she got back together with Duncan, he is the worst. i didn't even really want her to be with Logan either, i preferred her single.. but by like a few more episodes in i started to ship her and Logan like crazay
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Yeah, I think that Keith-Veronica thing is just you. They're one of my favourite father/daughter pairs on TV. As for the Lilly ghost thing, I loved that, sort of as a Lilly's watching over her by keeping her from getting on the bus (also, that's pretty much it for any more Lilly on the show except in one dream sequence). Also, Jackie is the single WORST thing about season 2. For a season that is awesome start to finish, her character just irks me.



-I enjoy the whole romantic ride for Veronica. Personally, I liked Duncan better than Logan, but that could just be me.

-I don't think she fell back in with them too quickly. I mean, it was over the course of an entire summer, but since it's TV that got scrunched into the first episode.

-Possibly... I mean, if you were in this great show with this great show runner who keeps bringing all the great people back and you don't get brought back... That's got to say something.

-Yes. In fact, I had 3 different hotel penthouses that I went between. I'm a gazillionaire, didn't you know?



And the bus crash case really just sucked me in on this season. Loved it all.
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Logan and Veronica are the best ! Epic ...

Dick is the funniest happy he's in the opening credit, season 2 is the best, and these four episodes don't even make it justice !
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I was so disappointed about Duncan and Veronica. I always liked Logan best. By the way, it was really funny how Dick kept saying " I approve your girlfriend" to both Logan and Veronica...
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Ugh, I forgot Wallace's awful girlfriend. I hate her. A lot. Okay, questions:



1. Duncan is such a donut. So yeah, I did not want them to get back together

2. F'reals, the 09ers are lame! Stick with being an outcast!

3. Definitely

4. I did get my own room, and that was pretty major
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