Re: Must Decompress: VM Spoilers through end of season 2

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Posted by TPM on June 14, 2006 at 05:18:52:

In Reply to: Must Decompress: VM Spoilers through end of season 2 posted by Caleyna on June 14, 2006 at 04:00:00:

You at least had the luxury of watching everything all at once. Imagine trying to wait week after week after week after week after week for a one hour slice... *lol*

I personally thought that the Beaver twist was too out of the blue and a bit unsatisfying, but that's probably because I was tired and such and didn't pay too close attention. When vacation starts, I'm definitely going to give Season 2 another spin so I could really get a the nuances of everything.

Part of the charm of Lamb is that he's a total jerk, although that Weevil scene was pretty sad. Still, Lamb participated in the greatest visual gag ever in the "She's 18. It's Legal. Vote for Don Lamb."

I was under the impression that Kendall took a hair or something from Logan's shower, not plant something. My memory's fuzzy, but I'm sure that the hair was somehow connected to Aaron's case. I'd have to watch again to make sure...

And speaking of Aaron, I'm fairly convinced that the whole Clarence shoots Aaron was a setup for an inside gag. When Clarence calls Duncan, their conversation went like this:

Duncan: CW?
Clarence: It's a done deal.

CW is the new merged network of UPN and WB and there had been speculation as to whether Veronica Mars would be one of the shows that would make it onto the network.

Veronica will end up at Hearst, will still have her buddy Wallace, and remember that fraternity rape mystery episode? There's the new season arc. Neat how they package these things, huh?

It became something of a running gag on the Television Without Pity boards, where everyone was convinced that the censors basically gave up on the show and let them run amok with sexual innuendos galore.

You know, you could always go back and watch the episodes again. In particular, watch the episode where Veronica tries to track down Abel Koontz's daughter. The rental car manager is Joss Whedon *G*.

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