The Packers still suck, y'all. Alli and Mary lament the loss of Rodgers and how football can drive you to drink.
On Veronica Mars, Mary's theories ramp up as we learn a bit more backstory on Weevil and Lilly's relationship, Lilly and Logan's relationship, and Duncan's secret rage blackouts. Kristen Bell gives us a Frozen preview by singing "One Way or Another" to the aughts-classic "high school rich kid secret society", seen also in Gilmore Girls among others. In other news, Veronica has all sorts of fun fashion in these eps from the bad (cammo skirt) to the good (princess leia buns). Cheers!
Alli and Mary chat the Creature Features Buffy-inspired art show in Los Angeles (check out pics on our twitter & insta) and give snaps to some of our new/updated reviewers. We appreciate you guys!
Next, we talk Mary's Veronica Mars theories, Alli coveting V's style aesthetic, Logan and Weevil's poker mystery, Mac's disappointing storyline and super cute love interest deputy Leo (aka New Girl's Schmidt). Cheers!
Alli and Mary chat Wisconsin's Spotted Cow beer, all-nighters, and fun Christmas plans like Medieval Times and watching Krampus. Then, for Veronica Mars, we meet new girl-buddies Mac and Meg. The former thrives on taking 09-ers for their mad money and the latter is nice, which is a big accomplishment by itself for a rich kid at Neptune High. Later, Aaron Samuels from Mean Girls gets roped into a cult and we learn a valuable lesson that seems to boil down to: hey, cults aren't all bad! Interesting choice, Vmars.
Alli and Mary get on a real tangent this week about the Packers without Aaron Rodgers, fantasy football, and Alli's general winning percentage. The Vmars goodness starts at about 20 min, so feel free to skip ahead.
Veronica Mars continues its tradition of casting monster talent this week with Jessica Chastain, who unfortunately finds herself in a mostly boring mystery. The first ep, however, is much more interesting as we learn about Logan's Tragic Backstory (TM) and that even in an episode named after him Duncan manages to fade into the background.