Veronica Mars (2004–2007)
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Un-American Graffiti 

Veronica is hired to investigate what seems to be a hate crime. Meanwhile, Keith investigates local bars serving alcohol to students under 21, and faces corruption inside the police ... See full summary »

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Wallace Fennel
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Stosh 'Piz' Piznarski
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Sheriff Don Lamb (credit only)
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Eli 'Weevil' Navarro (credit only)
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Sabirah Krimani (as Carole Raphelle Davis)
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Kathleen Barry (credit only)
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Deputy Gills
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Storyline

Veronica is hired to investigate what seems to be a hate crime. Meanwhile, Keith investigates local bars serving alcohol to students under 21, and faces corruption inside the police department. Logan invites Veronica to a party he's throwing for Parker's birthday, and Wallace encourages Piz to "go all in" and reveal his feelings to Veronica once and for all. Written by Tali

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Crime | Drama | Mystery

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TV-14
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1 May 2007 (USA)  »

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Trivia

When confronting dumbfounded juvenile delinquents with a paint ball gun Veronica channels Jules Winnfield from Pulp Fiction (1994), repeating his remark to a likewise dumbfounded Brett: "Say 'what' again. I dare you. I double dare you!" Of course Veronica does not recite the maternal-expletive at the end of Jules' original speech. See more »

Quotes

Ronald: What does a criminologist do?
Veronica Mars: Oh, grads usually go into work in law enforcement. I'm considering pursuing a career at the FBI.
Ronald: [scoffing] You're a girl.
Mrs. Hills Honors Ad: Ronald...
Veronica Mars: Actually, Ronald, did you know that on average, girls develop faster than boys and have higher levels of cognitive functioning, including math calculation, written language, and verbal fluency?
Ronald: [Blankly] So?
Veronica Mars: Well put, Ronald. We need fireman, too.
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Connections

References The Room (2003) See more »

Soundtracks

Veronica Mars End Credits
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Performed by Josh Kramon
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