Veronica Mars (2004–2007)
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The Rapes of Graff 

While accompanying Wallace to Hearst College, Veronica runs into her ex-boyfriend Troy. The next day, Troy is accused of raping a girl on campus and then shaving her head, and Veronica ... See full summary »

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Duncan Kane (credit only)
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While accompanying Wallace to Hearst College, Veronica runs into her ex-boyfriend Troy. The next day, Troy is accused of raping a girl on campus and then shaving her head, and Veronica reluctantly agrees to help him. Meanwhile, Keith helps Cliff with a personal problem involving a prostitute, and Logan makes a decision regarding his relationship with Hannah. Written by Alex

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Crime | Drama | Mystery

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29 March 2006 (USA)  »

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Trivia

In _"Arrested Development" (2006) {Family Ties (#3.11)}_, the mention of "Veronica Mars" is bleeped over when George-Michael is speaking with Maeby. Michael Cera and Alia Shawkat (who play those two characters) appear in this episode, which aired about a month later. See more »

Goofs

When Keith Mars is looking for Cliff McCormack in the hotel he says he is on the 12:th floor. From the pan upward before he goes in you can see it has at most six floors. See more »

Quotes

Sugar Jones: So this guy offers me triple rate if I pick him up, and swap his briefcase.
Keith: So, who's the guy?
Sugar Jones: [looks in her purse] Let me see, I think I've got his birth certificate in here somewhere... No, he didn't say!
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References The Bugs Bunny Show (1960) See more »

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I Know I Know I Know
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Written by Tegan and Sara
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