ReWatchable is here for another episode! We continue our recaps of Veronica Mars in this episode, where we cover 1×11 “Silence of the Lamb” and 1×12 “Clash of the Tritons.”
Episode 1×11: “Silence of the Lamb”
-Mitch accidentally discovers a New Girl guest star.
-Aaron Paul guest starred as Eddie the Worm. What a phallic name.
-Pappa Mars was such a great cop, and made Sheriff Lamb look like a jerk.
-Veronica’s revenge on Clarence Wiedman was a bit disturbing, even though that was her way of taking “an eye for an eye.”
-Mac is back! But wow, this episode started to feel disjointed at this point.
-Madison’s party showed the complete opposite values of the switched at birth families.
-The reference to The Silence of the Lambs was brilliant.
Episode 1×12: “Clash of the Tritons”
-It was sad to see Lynne give in to Aaron’s tyranny. Her suicide will impact Logan similarly to Lilly’s murder.
-Duncan’s reveal that he blacked out for three days during Lilly’s death threw our whodunnit theories all over the place.
-Was Lilly privy to Duncan and Veronica being siblings, and did that lead to her death?
-What pushed Lilly to feel so strongly against Weevil?
-Those guidance counselor moments were character building GOLD.
-There was a deep connection between Rick and his revenge on Keith via Veronica.
-The frat boys of the Tritons gifted us a fabulous Veronica karaoke song.
-Duncan’s mysterious illness will have to be discovered by Veronica eventually.
-Why wasn’t Logan involved in this frat story?
-Mitch wanted there to be a Romeo and Juliet story between Rick and his coma friend.
-We deeply brOTP Logan/Weevil.
-Listener feedback covers switched episode order, more about the unsatisfying Casey ending, and a real life married couple that play husband and wife on the show.
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