The video game Logan and Heather play throughout the episode is Mario Kart: Double Dash for the Nintendo GameCube. However, the game can't be played via the internet, as Logan insinuates at the end of the episode.
When Dick asks Logan, "You know a good lawyer?", Logan answers, "I know... a lawyer" as a reference to Cliff McCormack. Veronica and Wallace had the same exact exchange in Season 2, Episode 12 ("Rashard and Wallace Go to White Castle") when he was in trouble with a hit-and-run.
Melinda: You called me a freak!
Dick: I called your toes freakish. I didn't call you a freak. It's supposed to go big toe, little toe, and then on down the line, not big toe, bigger toe.
Melinda: You really make me sick.
Dick: I make you sick? You're the freak.
Logan: Ahh, newlyweds.
Heather: (shows Logan the wallpaper of his laptop) Is this your girlfriend?
Logan: Mmm. Ex.
Heather: She's pretty.
Logan: Is she? I hadn't noticed.
Heather: Why is that girl [Veronica] your ex?
Logan: Because that's the nice thing you call people when you stop dating them.
Heather: Well, why aren't you dating if you still love her? (Logan turns to look at her) It's pretty obvious.
Logan: Because I screwed up.
Heather: (to Logan) I don't guess you have any extra-small clothes around? I'm starting to smell like you.
Veronica: Dad... look at this. I guess Dr. Landry asked Dean O'Dell to write me a recommendation letter for the internship at the FBI.
Keith: 'Dear Sir, in my twenty-five years working in academia, I have not come across a young person with more initiative, intelligence, and character than Veronica Mars. I enthusiastically recommend her and would be happy to discuss this remarkable young woman in greater detail. Sincerely, Cyrus O'Dell, Dean of Students, Hearst College.'
Veronica: I would have settled for, 'I find her nosiness charming.'
Keith: Man had good taste.
Josh: (locked up at the sheriff's department) No one believes me. You believe me, don't you?
Veronica: At Mars Investigations, believing our clients is just one of the many services we offer. Is there anything I can get you?
Josh: I don't know. Something to read, cookies, peanut butter if possible, a hacksaw.
Veronica: I can do reading materials, but the sheriff personally inspects all the food, and it rarely makes it back to the intended inmate.
Wallace: You doing okay? With the Logan situation, I mean?
Veronica: I've been trying really hard not to think about it, so... thanks for bringing it up.
Note from Keith: If you've eaten any of this breakfast, you now owe me. Invoices have to go out today. See you at the office.
Veronica: And I always fall for it.
Logan: You know you can play Mario Kart on-line. We should have a weekly game or something. Keep you sharp.
Heather: Quit flirting with me old man, I'm eleven. Jeez, that's creepy.
Keith: Lamb's going after the kid?
Cliff: Well, he was thinking very hard about it, or he really had to pee. It's hard to tell with that man.
Keith: Don't worry about the sheriff. He has a long and proud history of being wrong.
Dick: So, in other news, I met this girl a couple weeks ago at a party - hooooot! Like, volcanic hot. Like, I might have to use an oven mitt to feel her up.
Professor: Mr. Casablancas, I don't suppose your buddy Logan Echolls is gracing us with his presence today.
Dick: Doubtful. When they remove a grapefruit sized tumor, they really recommend bed rest.
Professor: You might let him know that if he misses another class he shouldn't bother showing up again. He'll fail automatically.
Dick: I'll let him know your prayers are with him.
Veronica: Well, look on the bright side.
Wallace: Of a twenty point loss, in which the all-conference small forward quit the team?
Veronica: Well, you did play a lot of minutes for a guy who had to quit the team first semester. That's a side... and it's somewhat bright.
Dick: People walk in, they don't think 'This little clean area is Dick's, and the hidden bottles of urine are Logan's.' They think 'Silence of the Lamb's basement.'
This allusion references both millionaire turned recluse Howard Hughes and serial killer Buffalo Bill (Silence of the Lambs).
The book containing the peanut butter cookies that Veronica gave the murder guy's son in prison was "The Count Of Monte Cristo". This book is about a man sent to prison for a murder his so-called friend committed. When the Count finds out about this he breaks out of jail and sets out to get revenge.
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