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Logan Echolls (Character)
from "Veronica Mars" (2004)

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"Veronica Mars: Plan B (#2.17)" (2006)
Veronica Mars: Freedom. That's what it's all about. But talking about it, and being it- that's two different things.
Logan Echolls: Phew. You came up all deliberate like. I figured you wanted to be first in line to ask me to the Sadie Hawkins dance, not recite my prize-winning essay.
Veronica Mars: Neither, actually. I'm quoting 'Easy Rider', which you may remember making me watch last summer.
Logan Echolls: That's funny. It sounds alot like my essay.
Veronica Mars: Yeah. Weird.
Logan Echolls: Hmm.

Logan Echolls: Mexican dude, driving a truck. Oh, his truck had a bumper sticker. It said, "How's my driving? Call 1-800-EAT-... something."

Gia Goodman: The demolition ceremony's gonna be fun. Are you nervous? What if you push the plunger and nothing happens?
Logan Echolls: You mean, like, if there were total silence? Let's try to imagine it.

Gia Goodman: For a friendship to work you have to be completely honest. Which is something that I have absolutely no problem with. But you... you run from the truth.
Logan Echolls: Only when it's chasing me.
Gia Goodman: Do you know what I think? I think you use sarcasm and anger as a way to keep people from getting too close to you.
Logan Echolls: You know, I do. But it doesn't always work.
Gia Goodman: Tell me what you think about me. Seriously. Be completely honest.
Logan Echolls: G...
Veronica Mars: Dance with me.
Logan Echolls: Oh, god. You know, when I dreamed of this moment, 'I've Had the Time of My Life' was always playing. Oh, what can you do?

Logan Echolls: To Veronica: The whole dead Felix business has lost its intrigue for me. Once something stops being important to me, my memory gets a little fuzzy. Wait. Who are you?

Logan Echolls: To Veronica: Follow the bouncing ball. Not My Problem.

Logan Echolls: After being sworn in: Now, if you'll excuse me.
Woody Goodman: Where are you going?
Logan Echolls: I'm going to fire the sheriff.

Logan Echolls: Veronica, ask not what Logan can do for you. Ask what you can do for Logan.

"Veronica Mars: Look Who's Stalking (#2.20)" (2006)
Veronica: So what are you like now?
Logan: You know, tortured... ever since I got my heart broken.
Veronica: Hannah really did a number on you, huh?
Logan: Come on, you know I'm not talking about Hannah. I thought our story was epic, you know, you and me.
Veronica: Epic how?
Logan: Spanning years and continents. Lives ruined, bloodshed. EPIC. But summer's almost here, and we won't see each other at all. And then you leave town... and then it's over.
Veronica: Logan...
Logan: I'm sorry about last summer. You know, if I could do it over...
Veronica: Come on. Ruined lives? Bloodshed? You really think a relationship should be that hard?
Logan: No one writes songs about the ones that come easy.

Logan Echolls: [to Veronica] I thought our story was epic, you know. You and me. Spanning years and continents. Lives ruined and blood shed. Epic. But summer's almost here and we won't see each other all. And then you'll leave town, and then... it's over.

Veronica: Well, I'm going to miss these moments.
Logan: You going somewhere?
Veronica: Oh! You see this?
Logan: Mm-hm.
Veronica: Uh, this is high school. We're here for four years and then we move on. And all these people you see every day vanish from your life and you never have to think about them again.

Veronica: Hey, how's it goin'?
Logan: Oh, this is gonna be good.
Veronica: What?
Logan: Ah, you have that "I'd rather be making out with a broken bottle" look. Which if history serves, means you're about to say something awkward.
Veronica: This? This is my "I'd rather be spelunking" look. It's like you don't know me at all.

Logan: Alone again?
Veronica: Naturally.

Veronica Mars (2014)
Veronica Mars: Come back to me.
Logan Echolls: Always.

Logan Echolls: I need your help, Veronica.
Veronica Mars: I don't really do that anymore.

Logan Echolls: [on a date with an obsessed woman] So... this is happening.

Logan Echolls: I've let her draw finger hearts on my upper thigh for the last 10 minutes, so, yeah, I get the stakes.

Logan Echolls: Listen. It's 180 days, Veronica. What's 180 days to us? Our story is epic. Spanning years, continents.
Veronica Mars: Lives ruined, bloodshed.
Logan Echolls: Yeah.
Veronica Mars: Come back to me.
Logan Echolls: Always.

"Veronica Mars: M.A.D. (#1.20)" (2005)
Dick Casablancas: Uh oh. Someone's got her eye on that Miss White Trash title.
Cassidy "Beaver" Casablancas: You know, you got solid effort in the talent competition, but I'd like to see that car up on some cinderblocks.
Logan Echolls: Guys, come on...
Veronica Mars: I know. 'Guys, come on. The talent is making a grilled cheese sandwich on the engine block. Guys, come on. You can't put your car up on blocks in the yard if you don't have a yard.' You know, I think I can do both sides of this little act now.
[starts car]
Veronica Mars: So how about next time you don't bother? I got it covered.

Logan Echolls: I am beyond tardy for my Physics class. And if I remember right, time travel is not yet possible.
Veronica Mars: So try petty corruption.
Logan Echolls: Hmm?
Veronica Mars: Tardy excuse slips. Date stamped. Untraceable. I know people. It's clear. Good luck in Physics. Remember-
Veronica Mars: -Force equals mass times acceleration-
Veronica Mars: -light is a particle that can exhibit properties of a wave-
Veronica Mars: .

Veronica Mars: Do you think this thing... will ever get more normal?
Logan Echolls: What, like, will we ever hang out at the mall, or hold hands and buy each other teddy bears with little hearts that say 'I wuv you beary much'?
Veronica Mars: Yes. Exactly that. Except I want my bear won through some sort of demonstration of ring tossing ability.
Logan Echolls: Well, secrets are kinda hot, too.

Veronica: Hey. Do you think this thing... will ever get more normal?
Logan: What, like will we ever hang at the mall and hold hands and buy each other teddy bears with hearts that say "I wuv you beary much?"
Veronica: Yes. Exactly that. Except I want my bear won through some sort of demonstration of ring-tossing ability.

"Veronica Mars: Welcome Wagon (#3.1)" (2006)
Logan: Guess who I saw on campus today?
Veronica: Some girl going wild? As I understand it, it happens all the time in college. I'm on the verge of it right now.

Logan Echolls: [to Veronica] Didn't think it was possible to make you more butch. Stupid, stupid Logan!

Logan Echolls: Here, a bonus birthday gift.
Veronica Mars: You got me a bow? A bow! How did you guess?
Logan Echolls: Open it smarty pants.

Veronica: Your room key? What if I drop in unexpectedly? The other girls will have to -
[makes vamoose gesture]
Logan: But you know there's no one else. I only want you. You ought to know that by now.
Logan: What, no quip?

"Veronica Mars: Pilot (#1.1)" (2004)
Weevil: [Threatening] Say you're sorry.
Logan: Rub a lamp.

Logan: Hey, Veronica Mars... Do you know what your little joke cost me?
Veronica Mars: Well, I'm pretty sure you won't be getting your bong back.
Logan: Wrong answer. Would you care to guess again?
Veronica Mars: Clearly your sense of humour.
Logan: Nope. You're usually so good at pop quizzes. No, the correct answer is my car. That's right. My Daddy took my T-Bird away. And you know what I won't be having. Fun, fun, fun.

Logan: Hey, Ronnie. Hey, we've decided that we'd rather surf than study today. You wanna come with? Duncan will promise to take his shirt off. Does that sweeten the pot? Does that make you horny? Hey, D.K., flex for your ex.
Duncan Kane: Shut up, Logan.

"Veronica Mars: A Trip to the Dentist (#1.21)" (2005)
Dick Casablancas: Dude, what the hell are you doing? Please tell me this is some new reality show called 'My Skank'.
Logan Echolls: Goodbye, Dick.
Dick Casablancas: What?
Logan Echolls: Get out of my house. You have a problem with Veronica, you leave. Actually, you have a problem with Veronica, you're pretty much dead to me, so just, like, evaporate or something, I don't know. That's kind of a general invitation. If you don't like my girlfriend, then... just start heading towards the rectangle with the knob.

Veronica Mars: You didn't know what would happen.
Logan Echolls: I'm the one who's responsible for what happened to you. And I can't take that I hurt you like that. I can't take that i hurt you when all I wanna do is protect you.
[Veronica kisses him]
Logan Echolls: I want you to trust me.
Veronica Mars: ...I do.

Logan: I can't take that I hurt you when all I want to do is protect you.

"Veronica Mars: Nobody Puts Baby in a Corner (#2.7)" (2005)
Kendall: You wanna go back to playing grabass with cheerleaders that have just mastered missionary? See ya. You want things to keep going the way they've been going, I'm gonna need a few things.
Logan: I'm sorry, 'see ya' was option A? Bessie, when the milk stops being free, I stop drinking it.
Kendall: Then what am I supposed to do?
Logan: Frankly, my dear... you know the rest.

Logan: Bessy, when the milk stops being free, I stop drinking it.
Kendall: Then, what am I supposed to do?
Logan: Frankly my dear... you know the rest.

Logan: Um, word of advice? When looking for a sugar daddy, at least pick the richest guy in the hotel suite.
[Kendall glares at him]
Logan: I'm sorry, did that hurt your feeling?

"Veronica Mars: Mars, Bars (#3.14)" (2007)
Parker Lee: Logan, can we, like, borrow you?
Logan: Will I be returned in my current pristine condition?

Logan: Will this require math?
Parker Lee: I hope not.
Logan: 'Cause I'm bad at math.
Cindy 'Mac' Mackenzie: I'll do the math. You just be male and drive.

Logan: Am I the only one who misses good old Melvil Dewey? And there it is, all the knowledge I retained from fourth grade. Melvil Dewey. Oh, and the types of clouds. You know, stratus, cumulus, cirrus...

"Veronica Mars: Charlie Don't Surf (#3.4)" (2006)
Veronica Mars: No jokes. No innuendoes, no quips. Don't even think of alluding to having seen me naked or having touched any part of my body that does not have fingers.
Logan Echolls: Can I mention that my eyes adored you? I got it. No calling you bobcat, no talk of milky thighs.
Veronica Mars: Go home.

Veronica Mars: Here's a fun thing to say to your beau: 'Mind if I go put the screws to someone?
Logan Echolls: Go ahead, screw your brains out.

"Veronica Mars: Wichita Linebacker (#3.3)" (2006)
Logan: Oh, boy. Nudity.
Veronica: If you have words written on yourself, it's not nudity, it's political speech. Taking control of one's body to turn the objectifying male gaze back on itself...
Logan: O-kay... No more college for you.

Parker Lee: Ya-hoo! That's two-thirds of a turkey, bitches! Ah, you're in a deep hole, Piznarski. We're going to totally humiliate you, but, you know, no pressure.
Logan: Refreshments?
Stosh 'Piz' Piznarski: Ten martinis.

"Veronica Mars: Mars vs. Mars (#1.14)" (2005)
Logan Echolls: Well, if she's on the TV, she must be telling the truth.

Logan Echolls: 'Kay, what are you going to stop me with?
Veronica Mars: Force of will, strength of character, tenacity, karate chop...

"Veronica Mars: Nevermind the Buttocks (#2.19)" (2006)
Logan: As a rule, I like to start every school day with a hot blonde waiting for me in the parking lot.
Veronica: Me too.
Logan: I'm not blonde.
Veronica: Or hot.

Logan: As a rule, I like to start every school day with a hot blonde waiting for me in the parking lot.
Veronica: Me too!
Logan: I'm not blonde...
Veronica: Or hot.

"Veronica Mars: I Am God (#2.18)" (2006)
Veronica: I'm a little punchy. I haven't been sleeping.
Logan: Thoughts of me? Hey, I get it. Sometimes I'm up all night, just thinkin' about myself.

Logan: You don't like me much, do you?
Wallace: The last time we actually talked, you were bashing Veronica's headlights with a crowbar.
Logan: Ah, foreplay.

"Veronica Mars: Normal Is the Watchword (#2.1)" (2005)
Veronica Mars: And, the thing that I can't stand is that I'm pretty sure there's a part of you that's having fun with all of this.
Logan Echolls: Fun? Fun? My mom is dead! My girlfriend is dead! My dad is a murderer! And the only person I still care about is dumping me. You think I'm having fun?

Logan Echolls: My sister is negotiating with networks to sell her version of the Aaron Echolls story. I think the sticking point is she's insisting she play herself. The producers, on the other hand, are insisting on Tara Reid.
Veronica Mars: Trina wasn't even around!
Logan Echolls: Who do you suppose cares? I always wanted a TV movie version of my life. Hey, you think they could get Tom Welling to play me?
Veronica Mars: Dream on.

"Veronica Mars: Postgame Mortem (#3.13)" (2007)
Heather Button: Who was that on the phone?
Logan Echolls: Your brother-in-law.

Hotel Manager: [Outside hotel room] Mr. Echolls, I'm more than happy to give you your hamburger. We'd just like to take some of our trays.
Logan Echolls: [Yells through the door] Leave the food and go!
Jeff Ratner: [to the manager] We're out of salt and pepper shakers.
Hotel Manager: [shouts back at Logan] I'm afraid I can't do that, sir.
Hotel Manager: We're running out of salt and pepper shakers. This needs to stop.

"Veronica Mars: President Evil (#3.5)" (2006)
Veronica Mars: Look tough.
Logan Echolls: Always.

Eli "Weevil" Navarro: Hey, Joe College!
Logan Echolls: Jose Lunchbox!

"Veronica Mars: Debasement Tapes (#3.17)" (2007)
Dick Casablancas: Don't put the best asses on top. Make people hunt for 'em.
Logan Echolls: I compiled studies of browsing behaviors and drew up ratios of...
Dick Casablancas: But you don't want 'em too hidden. If you can't find the good ones, you'll feel cheated.
Cindy 'Mac' Mackenzie: And his role in this enterprise?
Dick Casablancas: Consultant. I'm an ass expert.
Logan Echolls: Yeah, except for the "expert" part.

"Veronica Mars: The Quick and the Wed (#2.15)" (2006)
Logan Echolls: [to Veronica] You're cute when you're jealous.

"Veronica Mars: There's Got to Be a Morning After Pill (#3.12)" (2007)
Logan Echolls: Ah! Veronica's Voicemail!
Logan Echolls: So, where are you, Veronica? Out digging through someone's trash, maybe? Interrogating one of your friends? Beating out a confession? You know, if you dig deep enough, you're gonna find that everyone's a sinner. Judge not, Veronica, et cetera, et cetera.
[pauses and walks across room]
Logan Echolls: Ugh. All right, stay on message, Logan.
[pauses and sniffles]
Logan Echolls: Okay, honestly... It's encouraging that someone still has such high expectations of me.
Logan Echolls: Veronica, I would give anything if I could take back that night in Aspen.
Logan Echolls: I'm sorry it causes you so much pain. I'm sorry it happened.
Logan Echolls: And I really love you, Veronica.

"Veronica Mars: Spit & Eggs (#3.9)" (2006)
Veronica Mars: Great job, Dick. I'm sure you won that debate.
Logan Echolls: Ah, he's a master debater.

"Veronica Mars: Hi, Infidelity (#3.6)" (2006)
Logan Echolls: It's Mercer. Lamb just arrested him for the rapes on campus. He didn't do it. You have to help.
Veronica Mars: How do you know he didn't do it?
Logan Echolls: Cause I was with him the night of the rape this summer.
Veronica Mars: Where? Doing what?
Logan Echolls: I can't tell you ok? But you have to trust me. He's innocent.

"Veronica Mars: Ain't No Magic Mountain High Enough (#2.13)" (2006)
Dick Casablancas: Dude. Am I drunk?
Logan: No, dude, you're just special.

"Veronica Mars: Hot Dogs (#1.19)" (2005)
Veronica: I know Lilly loved you.
Logan: Just not like I loved her.
Logan: It's okay. No, you know, it kinda lets me off the hook. You know, I don't have to feel guilty anymore.
Veronica: Feel guilty about what?
Logan: Movin' on.
[he kisses her]

"Veronica Mars: My Mother, the Fiend (#2.9)" (2005)
Logan: [His sister storms out after delivering a cutting insult] Well, the joke's on her: she came to borrow my video camera. The girl does love a snappy exit line.

"Veronica Mars: My Big Fat Greek Rush Week (#3.2)" (2006)
Logan Echolls: Ah, finally, my conjugal visit.
Veronica Mars: Let me guess, you're out on good behavior?
Logan Echolls: You all know my girl, Veronica. I have your picture hung in my cell. Gets me through the long, lonely nights. I lend it to my buddy, Horshack, sometimes. Hope you don't mind.
Veronica Mars: It's good to share.

"Veronica Mars: Rashard and Wallace Go to White Castle (#2.12)" (2006)
Logan Echolls: Look, Veronica, can you, just once, save my ass without comment?
Veronica Mars: [Veronica looks at Britt singing "Veronica" and smiles] No, because saving your ass with comment, it just, it works better for me.

"Veronica Mars: Show Me the Monkey (#3.10)" (2007)
Dick Casablancas: So what... You're just going to mope around like the guy in... What's that book when the guy's mom dies and he comes back to Jersey? And he's got that motorcycle sidecar?
Logan Echolls: Garden State was never a book.
Dick Casablancas: It wasn't? Oops... So much for that paper. But, if this were a book, the theme of my essay would be the symbolism of how your character had his man parts ripped off by the Veronica Mars character.
Logan Echolls: My man parts are intact.
Dick Casablancas: Show me.
Logan Echolls: You're going to have to take my word for it.
Dick Casablancas: I mean symbolically. We're young, single men in our sexual prime. And the only reason we're not out there going hog wild is because of your feelings? What are we on The View? Am I Rosie O'Donnell?

"Veronica Mars: Ahoy Mateys (#2.8)" (2005)
Logan: Hey, if you could exonerate me sometime soon that would be great. I really don't want bottom bunk in Fisty McRapesalot's cell.
Veronica: If you want a top, I'm sure it's negotiable.
Logan: Help me Mars Wan Kenobi, you're my only hope.

"Veronica Mars: Lord of the Pi's (#3.8)" (2006)
Veronica Mars: [to Dick] Great job, Dick. I'm sure you won that debate.
Logan Echolls: Ah, he's a master debater.

"Veronica Mars: Rat Saw God (#2.6)" (2005)
Aaron Echolls: Come on, Logan, let me help you. Let me call some guys down at the firm...
Logan: They gave me a lawyer.
Aaron Echolls: A real lawyer. Not some public servant with a mail-order diploma and a three hundred dollar suit.
Cliff McCormack: Two for five hundred, actually, but your point remains valid.