Veronica tries to get her mind off the bus crash by going undercover to help a wealthy woman who is determined to prove that her husband is cheating on her. Meanwhile, Keith asks Alicia ... See full summary »

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Veronica tries to get her mind off the bus crash by going undercover to help a wealthy woman who is determined to prove that her husband is cheating on her. Meanwhile, Keith asks Alicia about the mysterious man who recognized her in Chicago, and Weevil gives Veronica new information about the accident. Written by Alex

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heroine | rape victim | See All (2) »

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Crime | Drama | Mystery

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19 October 2005 (USA)  »

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Trivia

When Weevil talks to Veronica the first time, she comments on his hoop earrings, asking "If I rub your head, do I get three wishes?", implying he is a genie. When Francis Capra (Weevil) was younger, he was in Kazaam (1996), a movie about a boy who gets a genie. See more »

Goofs

When Weevil tells Veronica about his "mysterious phone call" about Curly's involvement with the bus crash, Veronica enters into her phone the number off of his phone, which is 555-0153. Later on, when she says "Let's see who this mysterious tipster is," and types the number into Prying Eyez, she enters 555-0162; obviously a different number, yet she discovers it is tied to the Echolls family home and confronts Logan about it, saying that number was used to call Weevil; it is clearly the same phone call being referenced. See more »

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References Scooby Doo, Where Are You! (1969) See more »

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