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Happy Go Lucky 

As Aaron Echolls's trial is about to conclude, tensions rise as Veronica, Keith and Logan take the witness stand to testify against him. Meanwhile, after Veronica finds a suspicious e-mail ... See full summary »

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Duncan Kane (credit only)
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Logan Echolls
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Dick Casablancas (credit only)
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Jackie Cook
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Keith Mars
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Aaron Echolls
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Terrence Cook (as Jeffrey Sams)
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Sheriff Don Lamb
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Lucky
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As Aaron Echolls's trial is about to conclude, tensions rise as Veronica, Keith and Logan take the witness stand to testify against him. Meanwhile, after Veronica finds a suspicious e-mail in Woody's computer, Keith turns to Lamb with evidence to arrest Woody, but Lamb refuses, believing that Keith is trying to turn him into a laughing stock. Also, to everyone's surprise, Lucky brings a gun into school with the intent to find Gia. Written by Alex

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Crime | Drama | Mystery

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The episode was originally titled "Manning the Ship" and it is not known why the name changed. See more »

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If Logan is testifying for the District Attorney (the prosecuting side) at his father's trial, then it is unlikely he would be allowed to meet with his father before such testimony, especially without a lawyer present. See more »

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Wallace: I'm gonna miss you.
Veronica: And my stupid ass face?
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Lost & Found
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Performed by Adrienne Pierce
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