Alli and Mary discuss Veronica Mars fashion, the mysteries of Instagram and Twitter, and the possibility of show-related guest stars. Then we discuss this week's episodes that involve Weevil's conscious uncoupling from the PCH gang, Wallace continuing to be a Good Guy, Jackie rehabilitation, and a return to a season one-style school-related episode of the week.
With two special guests this week, our theme composer Stevo and return podcaster Alex, things get drunk and rambling for our big farewell to Duncan. Specialty drinks (a Bloody Lily and a Backup) and shots are the name of the game. We talk Veronica Mars shipping (Logan/Veronica? Wallace/Veronica??? Everyone/Therapy?), how much we won't miss Duncan, more Logan debate, and Wallace as continued MVP.
Alli and Mary get into their first real rant while we discuss two episodes with DEEPLY mediocre A-Plot mysteries. Nonsense and tedium is the name of the game here; luckily, the background stories make up a bit for the drag ass plot about mistranslations and jury duty. We discuss season two's intense escalation of the high school kids' adult-level problems. Even more importantly, Logan/Weevil resume being frenemies AND we get the best-ever Buffy reunion where Willow-as-Trina and Cordy-as-Kendall meet and snark. Oh, also Duncan's gonna be a dad! Snoozers.
Due to some scheduling fun, Alli and Mary discuss just one Veronica Mars episode this week. We fill the top of show with some extra ER and 90s television show chat, so feel free to skip down to 23 min to get to the in-depth Vmars chat! We delve deeply into Logan's mystery this week, with Veronica making probably her most bone-headed decision EVER to follow an admitted pedophile and crime family member alone into his crime-bar. Logan displays some quick thinking to help her out, but is himself put in some serious danger by suspicious Weevil. Lastly, Duncan continues... well, whatever it is that he's up to. Hard to tell with that guy.