Veronica is disappointed in Keith for his ongoing relationship with his client, Harmony, who invites him on a romantic weekend getaway. When Veronica retreats to Wallace and Piz's dorm room... See full summary »

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Wallace Fennel (credit only)
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Dick Casablancas (credit only)
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Parker Lee (credit only)
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Cindy 'Mac' Mackenzie (credit only)
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Meryl
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Liam Fitzpatrick (as Rod Rowland)
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Danny Boyd (as Tayler Sheridan)
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Veronica is disappointed in Keith for his ongoing relationship with his client, Harmony, who invites him on a romantic weekend getaway. When Veronica retreats to Wallace and Piz's dorm room for some quiet time, Logan seeks her help in clearing Mercer of the rape charges, but refuses to give her his alibi. Written by Alex

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Crime | Drama | Mystery

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Trivia

Amanda Walsh, who plays Meryl, was a finalist for the role of Parker. See more »

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An Ulster Unionist flag can be seen hanging in the River Stix. An Irish bar would be unlikely to have a Unionist flag. See more »

Quotes

Veronica: [Veronica has just changed and didn't realize Piz was in the doorway] How long you been standing there Piz? I might expect a tip.
Stosh 'Piz' Piznarski: [nervous] Just like two seconds.
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References The Paper Chase (1973) See more »

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Silver Girl
Performed by Mere Mortals
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Watch out for the Shark!
20 July 2016 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

If not before, "Veronica Mars" jumped the shark with this episode. Veronica is goofy and juvenile. (This from a young woman who started out 16 going on 39.) Too many "out door" jokes. Too much "ain't I funny?" mugging.

It's almost unnecessary to express disappointment in Keith Mars' compromising his own principles for no reason. Next to the general downward tone of the show, that is small potatoes that could have been forgiven.

Did Logan confess to abetting Mercer in fleeing from a scene where Mercer was responsible for getting people burned to death? Not clear.

Never mind that I am as confused as ever about what happened in Veronica's investigation.


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