Against her father's wishes, Veronica infiltrates what she believes to be a cult in order to investigate a classmate's sudden change in personality. But after meeting the people in the cult, she begins feel like she is making a mistake. Meanwhile, her investigations into Abel Koontz's claims about her family continue. Written by
Did You Know?
The episode title is a nod to the widely-used phrase "drinking the Kool-Aid," which refers generally to the act of buying wholeheartedly into a belief, preference, or idea, and specifically to the 1978 Jonestown cult suicides in Guyana, in which cult leader Jim Jones
poisoned (or convinced to self-poison) over 900 of his followers with a mixture of grape Flavor Aid, Valium, chloral hydrate, and probably cyanide. See more
At the end of the initial interview with Keith Mars, Mr. Gant's mouth is clearly moving, though he has finished speaking. See more
Forbidden barn, check. Implied polygamy, check. Ladies and gentlemen, we have a cult.
References Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman
Veronica Mars End Credits
Written by Josh Kramon See more