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Logan and Veronica break up again, for real, we swear, this time. Logan deals with that by hanging out with a heart-eyed kid, and Veronica deals with it by getting involved in a basketball murder mystery. Keith continues on in more interesting plots as he investigates the dean's murder. Also, Dick has an amusing runner of getting married and Veronica ends up in the clink.
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The Veronica/Logan merry-go-round continues its cycle this week, as they manage to get back together and screw it up in a single Must Be Tuesday podcast ep! A new record. For a long semi-philosophical discussion of the L/V relationship, see the last 30 min of the podcast ep. In other, more fun news, Mac/Parker/V team up to find an escaped research monkey, Mac finds herself a new boytoy, and Keith finally gets a plotline in the dean murder case. Hurrah! Grab a drink and cheers to that.
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We wrap up the first season one extended mystery: it was the guy who was creepy all along! And his friend, Mr. Need-For-The-Plot! Anyway, we load a sufficient amount of guilt onto Logan this week as he (rightly) breaks up with Veronica right before she's assaulted by his buddy. Logan and Veronica continue their quest to be the world's most relatable college couple, Team Friends does an amazing job helping V out at a party and... Patty Hearst shows up? Truly the strangest cameo appearance of all time, especially given her plot.
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Alli and Mary grab a Negroni and a beer respectively to chat this week's Veronica Mars episodes. Disappointment is the name of the game: we have a fake rape victim, Logan running off from a burning building, and Keith and Veronica's fave prof having affairs with a married woman. Of course, Veronica learns a Very Valuable Lesson about trusting the people who mean the most to you and also to forgive, but if I was a betting woman I'd say that's gonna stick as well as dried sticky tack. Cheers!
Veronica Mars experiences some CW-style growing pains for these two episodes, but we suppose not every ep can be a big winner. We chat one of the major season bummers: Veronica and Keith are not so great at their detective work anymore. Keith spends his time getting led around by the nose while Veronica's lot in life seems to be being inexplicably hated by everyone. Meanwhile, Logan is a hothead and Weevil is arrested AGAIN. Oh and Wallace sucks at school now, but don't expect us to care too much as the show sure doesn't.