I’m a nerd, but not in the useful “you’ll all be working for me one day when I invent jet packs” way. I’m a nerd in the “I have very strong opinions about history and literature and will yell them at you if you give me even the slightest opportunity” way. And that one does not pay well.
- You know how I feel about her. There’s no way that, at some point while it was happening, that you weren’t thinking about how much I’d hate you being with her.
Veronica Mars, 3.12: There’s Got to Be a Morning After Pill
Ah yes, the scene where I kind of hated Veronica. Madison didn’t roofie her! Madison was being set up to be raped, and accidentally got out of it by spitting in HER roofied drink, and giving it to Veronica. So Veronica’s blaming Madison for any of her rape? is gross. Not to mention the fact that Logan wasn’t dating Veronica at the time, and had no expectation of ever doing so again. Did he want to again? Parts of him? sure!. Should he live the rest of his life planning on it maybe happening? No. So Logan had a sad, drunken hook-up over Christmas with someone he hates, so for himself, I can see why Logan would love to forget it ever happened. Though Logan did in fact tell Veronica he was with someone during their break “I fooled around with this horrible girl who meant less than nothing to me, and I couldn’t regret it more.” So I don’t get the whole “I lied,” thing honestly. Other than they were trying to make Veronica more sympathetic with her unreasonable “sexual jealousy” crap. Can’t say as I think it worked.
“I hate that Veronica, for even a second, accused Weevil of the bus crash. How could she?! How could she not know better than that by now?! I know she has trust issues, but to think Weevil could do that?! Really?!?!?!”
Maybe it was the whole being shot at, and almost killed, while in Logan’s car, that made Veronica question what Weevil was capable of. While he didn’t do it personally, and denied that he was the one that ordered it, Veronica a.) didn’t know that b.) still has a right to be skeptical is he was telling the truth.
So I personally don’t see Veronica doubting Weevil in the beginning of S2 as a great betrayal of their friendship.
I had to reblog. When I literally LOL, it’s a moral imperative.