UPN (ended 2007)
|i kinda like the idea of parker and logan being together. i don't think veronica cares too much since she wasn't best firends with parker anyway. veronica and logan can still be friends (seeing how he'll be hanging around mac and parker's dorm room)|
|I know its not right at least if there gona do that bring back Duncan|
I don't like Duncan that much, but I agree! I was hoping that when Keith had to go to Mexico to find Prof. Landry, that he would run into Duncan or something! It would've been perfect! I kind of like Parker and Logan together. I think it will make for a good plot. Eventually LoVe will be back together, they just need some time to realize how much they care for one another.
You really think Veronica doesn't care??? Did we watch the same eppy? With Veronica avoiding any mention of Logan or him with Parker? The episode where Veronica was so obviously uncomfortable when Logan asked her if it was okay to date Parker? The one with Logan being a complete jerk for just wanting to make Veronica jealous? That Papa's Cabin??
uncomfortable yes, but she will get over it. she did have other matters that were more pressing than logan asking parker for a date (like solving a murder case). i don't think he did it to make her jealous. i think logan is attracted to strong girls and parker has definately changed since her first appearance as the airhead skank.
|I wish it was anyone aside from Parker.|
I don't think Logan is trying to hurt Veronica or make her jealous. I think, if anything, he's more sensitive to her feelings after she broke up with him after finding out about Madison.
And I agree that Logan is attracted to strong women, or any beautiful woman, for that matter, who will pay attention to him. Parker is definitely not the same girl she was in the beginning of the season.
I think the bottom line is that he's supposed to be a 19 year old guy who is an orphan and, essentially, completely alone. He is lonely and rather misguided. He self medicates himself with sex. Look at who his parents were. One telling thing about how much he wants to be a part of a family is how quickly he tried to connect with his brother (I don't think we've seen the last of him, by the way, this season). He knew he didn't have a relationship with his sister. And there's never been any mention of grandparents, aunts, uncles, cousins, etc.
While I like Logan and Veronica together, for the most part, I have not enjoyed them this season except for when they actually broke up over the Madison issue (very good scene, the writing and acting was great!).
Don't shoot tomatoes at me for this but I think Veronica was condescending to Logan at times this season. And his snappy dialogue was often missing altogether. That's not to say that I don't think they ultimately are 'done' but I'm OK with them growing up a bit more, apart.
If nothing else, Logan was right about 1 thing - Veronica is inherently unconmfortable with needing someone, anyone. Major issues there from her mother leaving. Veronica is going to struggle with that in any relationship she has. There's being independent and then there's being an Island of One. She wants to stay on her island while Logan wants to be anywhere but by himself.
And that's my psycho babble on the subject.
|Great analysis, wrtrsblck. |
I agree with you. Veronica is always playing that: I'm-a-strong-woman-and-I-can-do-everything-by-myself card, while Logan wants for her to need him. I think that Veronica will find herself in the situation where she will be forced to watch Logan and Parker together and she will not like it. And for a while she will be able to hide her pain, eventually everything will come out.
Besides, I don't think Logan will be comfortable dating Parker in front of Veronica. And there's no way Parker won't notice that. IMO, she will be the one who won't be happy with the idea of dating a man who is still very much in love with her friend.
(OT, I don't see how she can even start dating him in the first place...I mean, your friends ex-boyfriend? Wrong, wrong, wrong)