This week on Veronica Mars, we revisit last season's patsy, Abel Koontz and his daughter Amelia. Spoiler alert: they dead. However, this does allow Veronica to buddy up with her two slightly-inappropriate middle age man partners in crime: Cliff and Clarence. Meanwhile, Logan's life continues to suck but Veronica is busy being pod-girlfriend dealing with Meg's Mystery Babysitting Creepiness. Duncan remains shady AF.
PS: yep, Mary's voice is absurd this week--think of it like a fun cartoon character.
Alli and Mary discuss the potential for podcasting ER, and quickly realize that it would take over 3 years (!!!). So anyway, that's off the table; good thing we've still got Veronica Mars! Our episodes this week are Wallace-centric at long last. We learn that Wallace's new GF, Jackie, does kinda suck. His mom kinda sucks. His bio dad kinda sucks. And on top of that, his BFF Veronica Mars definitely kinda sucks. Meanwhile, Veronica and Duncan continue to date but not communicate and we see Mac again for .5 seconds. Come back, Mac!
Alli and Mary bring back top of show chat to discuss football, absconding mailboxes and piercings. We then delve deeper into the bus crash mystery and the Casablancas family drama on this week's Veronica Mars eps. Yet more 09-ers are left alone this week as Dick Senior commits a little light real-estate fraud, allowing Dick and Beav to join the orphan club. Wallace continues his quest to be Veronica Mars MVP Player of the Season, and Keith chooses to run for sheriff after witnessing more of Lamb's chosen method of "justice": being shitty at his job.
This week Alli and Mary talk Veronica Mars' season 2 premiere, Normal is the Watchword. We discuss the merits of Logan Echolls, why the actual fuck Dick Casablancas is still part of our lives, how Wallace is the show's MVP, and our two new season mysteries: what's up with the bus crash and what happened on the bridge. We also gain some heavy-hitter guest stars in Tessa Thompson (Valkyrie) and Krysten Ritter (Jessica Jones). Superheroes!
Happy New Year all! To cure the post-holiday blues, Alli and Mary invite you to join us for the Veronica Mars season one finale. In this ep, we finally learn what happened to Lilly Kane. We officially exonerate our resident suspect boys Duncan and Logan, we learn Liane Mars is even worse at parenting than previously imagined and that Keith Mars is officially Daddy Mars. P.S. Aaron Echolls totally sucks, damn.