We've made it through the end of Season 2, and the finale was nothing short of impressive.
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Vincent "Butters" Clemmons
Tommy "Lucky" Dohanic
Deputy Leo D'Amato
Sheriff Don Lamb
When Veronica knocks on Logan's hotel door at the end of the episode, there is a green poster on the door during close-ups but it disappears each time the camera is on wide shot. It is also gone when Logan opens the door.
The Alterna-Prom invite is dated May 13th Friday. However, the episode aired in 2006 in which the 13th of May fell on a Saturday.
Logan: So, are you coming? (She waits to give him the chance to read her.) What, you'd rather be spelunking?
Veronica: No! I'd rather be... (She waits to give him the chance to read her.) Strapped down on an ant hill!
Logan: Look, whatever I said, I... (Veronica walks away to the elevator) You should know...
Dick: Senior year's almost over. In a month, we might never see each other again. Never. Think about how long that is. That's like forever, but worse.
Madison: I'm not going to sleep with you.
Dick: We could fool around in the bathroom. Old times' sake? Never... it's a long time, Madison.
Logan: (talking about Mr. Wu) And that is what happens when you never get laid.
Veronica: Well why don't you invite him to your bitchin' party?
Logan: Hey, speaking of my bitching party, a funny thing happened. That stoner dude Corny whom I don't recall inviting offered to bring dessert. Exactly how many losers are now coming to my party?
Veronica: You said invite whoever.
Logan: Didn't it occur to you that I might not have meant it?
Veronica: I was going to console Jackie and Wallace that night. You got their prom canceled, remember?
Logan: Well, bring them along. Bring whoever. You know, we with our inherited wealth don't mind... as long as you bathe and keep your hands off the silver.
Veronica: I'll consider it.
Logan: So tonight there is only one thing I ask of you -- make senior memories.
Dick: Uh, that's why I brought the party pig.
Logan: What do you care who Duncan did when Duncan did do dudettes?
Veronica: Would you believe, it's for a college application. Weird, huh?
Veronica: Hey, how's it goin'?
Logan: Oh, this is gonna be good.
Logan: Ah, you have that 'I'd-rather-be-making-out-with-a-broken-bottle' look. Which if history serves, means you're about to say something awkward.
Veronica: This? This is my 'I'd-rather-be-spelunking' look. It's like you don't know me at all.
Logan: Bimbos? That's not me anymore.
Veronica: So what are you like now?
Logan: You know, tortured. Ever since I had my heart broke.
Veronica: Hannah really did do a number on you, huh?
Logan: Come on, you know I'm not talking about Hannah.
Veronica: (voiceover) So my Grandma Reynolds was always saying, 'when life gives you lemons, make lemonade.' I wish she was still alive, because I'd really like to ask what she suggests for when life gives you chlamydia.
Veronica: Mrs. C! I trust you're well.
Kendall: Well, if it isn't little Miss Teen Getaway. Your dad and I were just dealing with a little trouble.
Veronica: Like Trouble, with a capital T, that rhymes with C, that stands for—
Veronica: I was gonna say cute.
Clemmons: Attention students. Due to a significant number of alcohol violations on the senior trip, this year's prom has been canceled.
Clemmons: That is all.
Mac: Yes! Prayer works!
Dick: Ronnie, what do you think the odds are of you and me hooking up by the end of the night?
Veronica: I happen to have them right here. They are...a googolplex to one.
Dick: Right on! So I'll send over a bartender and check back in with you later.
Veronica: So, I'm stuck on something, and hoped you could help me.
Keith: Absolutely. Unless it's physics or chemistry. Or math. Or English. PE. I was good at PE.
Madison: God, longest elevator ride ever.
Vincent: Wait for the space elevator. They're designing it now. A huge elevator on a hundred-mile carbon polymer cable that goes all the way to space. That'll be a long elevator ride.
Mac: Still not as long as this one.
Veronica: So Neptune has to keep us?
Keith: What's a yacht without barnacles?
Veronica: Can I borrow the remote cameras tonight?
Keith: What for?
Veronica: For...a school project?
Keith: I don't believe you.
Veronica: Okay. This girl I know suspects that one of several creepy weirdoes she sang a Kylie Minogue song to at karaoke night might be following her around. We're trying to narrow down which one it is.
Keith: I like your first answer better.
Gia: It's totally nondescript. I mean, that's what's so unique about it.
Veronica: Okay, I have news. The senior memories once thought lost forever can, in fact, be generated after all, albeit in a slightly degraded form. The rich kids are throwing a private replacement prom.
Wallace: Damn, they're just privatizing everything these days.
Logan: I thought our story was epic, you know? You and me.
Veronica: Epic how?
Logan: Spanning years and continents. Lives ruined, blood shed, epic. But summer's almost here. We won't see each other at all. And then you'll leave town and then... and then it's over.
Logan: I'm sorry about last summer. You know, if I could do it over...
Veronica: Come on. Ruined lives, bloodshed? You really think a relationship should be that hard?
Logan: No one writes songs about the ones that come easy.
Veronica: First let me say that I'm sorry for running out last night like I did. I was a bit overwhelmed... I needed to collect my thoughts, think about what you said.
Veronica: Look, let me just get this out. I don't want to lose you from my life either. And I'm not saying I'm ready to dive back into anything, but after graduation, let's make it a point to see each other. See where that takes us. I remember what you said about our relationship being epic. (Veronica finally realizes that Logan doesn't remember a thing about the previous night) Oh, God.
Logan: Veronica, last night was kind of a blur...
Veronica: (complimenting Mac on her dress) Mac, you really do look...
Mac: Don't distract me, I'm plotting how to kill you and make it look like an accident.
Gia: Wow, how Mission Impossible! I feel like at any moment Tom Cruise is gonna dangle from the ceiling on cables.
Veronica: Great, now I won't be able to sleep. I hope he doesn't try to marry me.
Veronica: You don't want to drink that! Trust me.
When Veronica warns Gia, it's a referback to Madison's habit of spitting in drinks and then offering them to people she doesn't like. It was shown in the 21st episode of Season 1, A Trip to the Dentist.
Logan: Alone again?
This is an allusion to a song written and performed by Irish artist Gilbert O'Sullivan, "Alone Again, Naturally", which went to No.1 on the Billboard chart in 1971. It is about the life of a young man troubled by being left by people who loved him, which seems to parallel that of both Veronica and Logan.
Wallace: What? You mean, how when I put on a tux, I make 'James Bond' look like 'Cletus', the slack-jawed yokel?
'James Bond' is the fictitious character in a series of books and movies created by Ian Fleming. He is a British secret agent well known for wearing tuxedos and attracting the attention of good looking women. 'Cletus' is a character from The Simpsons who is basically the opposite of 'James Bond'.
Veronica: Like Trouble, with a capital T that rhymes with C that stands for--
Veronica plays on the capital T for trouble lyrics in the song (Ya got) Trouble from the 1957 Meredith Wilson-musical The Music Man. The musical is based on a story by Wilson and Franklin Lacey, but Wilson being credited for book, music and lyrics for the musical, it's widely considered his creation. This musical has later been adapted to both the small and big screen.
Episode Title: Look Who's Stalking
The title of this episode is a play on the movie Look Who's Talking.
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