Okay, so I know the show is done, but I had to review it since I'm new to TV.com. Not to mention the fact that this is my favorite episode of VM.
Logan wins an essay contest with a prize that includes spending a couple of days with Mayor Goodwood and blowing up a baseball stadium. Weevil approaches Veronica and tells her that Thumper killed Felix, but he can't prove it. So, Veronica approaches Logan and asks him to identify the witness that helped him on the bridge the night Felix was murdered. After an awesome exchange of quips between the two, Logan cooperates and says he would know the guy if he saw him.
Mayor Woody Goodman is on the phone, when his secretary enters to inform him that the contest winner has arrived. He tells her to call the press because he could use some good publicity. He walks out to the receptionist area to find Logan Echolls, Aaron's son, and immediately rescinds his request. He asks Logan to place his hand on the Bible so that he can be sworn in. Logan feigns a burn from the Bible as a joke. Woody swears in Logan, who instantly asked to be excused so that he can go fire the sheriff. Woody and Bev laugh it off as another joke, but Logan was dead serious, which only makes it funnier, IMO. Woody assigns Logan the task of sorting the mail. Logan pouts about it and Keith walks in and acknowledges Logan. That's Honorary Deputy County Commissioner Echolls to him. Keith laughs it off, as do I. While Keith is visiting Woody, Logan comes in and shows them a creepy stalkeresque dvd recorded in Woody's home. But, have no fear, Keith Mars is here!
Logan and Veronica stake out the mexican seafood truck dude. Once Logan identifies him,they ask him to come forward to tell Lamb what he saw. He denies their request, expressing no love for the PCHers. Veronica informs Weevil of this and they get a semi-confession from Liam Fitzpatrick via a bugged toy truck. They take this info to Lamb, who's as jerky as ever. Since Lamb is useless, as usual, Weevil becomes upset and says it's time to resort to plan b. Veronica calls him Dirty Harry, to which Weevil responds negatively. So, she calls him Dirty Sanchez. It's brilliant, but Weevil's livid and is out for revenge. Logan is sitting around, when Goodwood comes in and tells Logan he knows what he needs in a creepy tone. Cut to the weight room, where Woody asks Logan to spot him. After doing about 3 reps, Logan helps the dirty little weakling pump that last bit of iron. Goodwood comes over after his "workout" and practically feels up Logan. Okay, I'm exaggerating, but that guy is a dirty turdy.
Keith informs Woody that the video was made before the incorporation proposal and asks if there is any other reason someone would be out to get him. Woody says he'll think on it. Yeah, right.
At the Sadie Hawkins dance, Veronica works taking pictures, Logan works the entrance, and Gia works Logan's nerves. Wallace ditches his girlfriend to chase after Jackie. He kisses her and doesn't really own up to being the instigator till later on. Meanwhile, Weevil is working on plan b, which includes knocking out Thumper and hiding the Fitzpatrick's drug money in an effort to frame Thumper as a traitor. Needless to say, it works and the Fitzpatricks tie Thumper up and gag him in a bathroom stall.
Back to the dance. This is where we begin to see the true weirdness of Beaver. He appears so wounded and disturbed during his exchange with Mac after they leave the dance.
Inside the dance, Logan is at his wits end with Gia. Veronica, in an effort to spare Gia from Logan's brutal honesty, pulls Logan to the dance floor. Gia looks kinda hurt and I thought she might've been crushin on Logan, but I could be wrong. Sadly, "I've had the time of my life" wasn't playing, but the beautiful melody will still make you sway. The way he looks at her when she puts her arms around him, is enough to make one swoon. They can't help looking into one another's eyes, even though they try really hard not to. It's a precious, lovely moment and absolutely breaks my heart.
Woody comes to see Keith claiming that the gardener did it. Man, Woody, can't we come up something a little more original? Anyways... Veronica gets the witness to come forward to identify Thumper as the murderer. Well, he identifies Thumper's bike, anyway, but it's too late. Plan B has been activated.
Demolition day has arrived! The foreman finds Thumper's bike chained up in the stadium. Woody wants to proceed and Logan pushes the plunger. As the stadium explodes, one section at a time, we see Thumper's world literally caving in on him. The beauty of this is that Logan exacts his revenge on Thumper, completely oblivious to the situation. It's perfectly perfect. We end with Weevil confessing to Father Fitzpatrick, of all people, of his sins and the time gap since his last confession. It's a definite must see to get the full effect of Plan B.