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My face during episode 21.
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A recommendation from Solar. Have watched episodes 1-9. I sort of wish I was Veronica Mars in high school (although without the drama of her life. I just like her self-confidence). So far, so good. Have no idea how I’m going to make it to the end before it’s due back in the library (one week from today, and I’m going away for the weekend), so I might be watching this over several weeks/months.
If you like the snappy quips of Buffy The Vampire Slayer, and the action, mystery, and aliases of… well, Alias… well guess what… the two just decided to mix together into the perfect blend, known to the common man as Veronica Mars. Miss watching Buffy? Miss watching Alias? watch Veronica Mars. it does not disappoint.
Feisty, irrepressible and spunky – Veronica Mars is the kind of person you wish you could have been in high school. Except, you may not want her life. Veronica’s mother has disappeared, her best friend was murdered, her own paternity has been thrown into question, and she is still trying to find out who raped her a year ago. Dark and darkly comic, this lovable and embittered series is hard to describe in such a way as to give it justice – but it is one of the best series on television and deserves a far bigger audience than it receives. Cannot be recommended enough!
Just finished the first season last night and I think that last episode was pretty much perfect television.
Every time I try to describe to someone why I like this show, it doesn’t work. Watch, I’ll do it again. It’s about a high school girl who’s the daughter of a private detective. The father was once the sheriff, but got fired due to mishandling the murder case of Veronica’s best friend. Dun dun DUN! It’s sort of like Bring It On meets Twin Peaks and Buffy the Vampire Slayer. I strongly dislike television, but this I like because in some weird way I feel like I am Veronica Mars.