Veronica Mars (2004– )
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Chino and the Man 

Veronica and Keith launch their investigation. Their involvement puts Police Chief Langdon on edge. Penn goes public with his theory on who the bomber is. Meanwhile, local teen Matty Ross begins her own search for her father's killer.

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Michael Fields

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Diane Ruggiero-Wright, Rob Thomas (created by)
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Kristen Bell ... Veronica Mars
Enrico Colantoni ... Keith Mars
Jason Dohring ... Logan Echolls
Clifton Collins Jr. ... Alonzo Lozano
Frank Gallegos ... Dodie Mendoza
Mido Hamada ... Daniel Maloof
Ryan Hansen ... Dick Casablancas
Kirby Howell-Baptiste ... Nicole Malloy
Dawnn Lewis ... Marcia Langdon
Patton Oswalt ... Penn Epner
David Starzyk ... Richard Casablancas
Izabela Vidovic ... Matty Ross
Jacqueline Antaramian ... Amalia Maloof
Paul Karmiryan ... Alex Maloof
J.K. Simmons ... Clyde Pickett (as JK Simmons)
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Veronica and Keith launch their investigation. Their involvement puts Police Chief Langdon on edge. Penn goes public with his theory on who the bomber is. Meanwhile, local teen Matty Ross begins her own search for her father's killer.

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19 July 2019 (USA) See more »

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Trivia

About halfway through this episode, Patton Oswalt's character mentions he's part of a group called "Murderheads", who devotes their free time to solving cold cases, including a specific serial killer. In reality, Oswalt's first wife, Michelle McNamara was so obsessed with the Golden State Killer that, not only did she write a true crime book about the 44-year-long case, but by doing so, helped capture the infamous murderer. See more »

Goofs

At the after-party of Dick's movie, Clyde Pickett identifies the girl Dick is talking to as underage by confirming she was Class of 2015. That would place the timeline for this season as only two years after the events of Veronica Mars. But later this season in Veronica Mars: Heads You Lose, Leo mentions that Veronica and Logan have been dating for 5 years, which would have begun at the end of Veronica Mars at the earliest. See more »

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References Veronica Mars: Not Pictured (2006) See more »

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The entire season...
12 September 2019 | by kacisegnaSee all my reviews

The entire season: not that great. Wish they left it at the movie. Didn't have the same feel as the old Veronica Mars. She was annoying. It was all just weird and awkward. Don't event get me started on that ending. I'll just pretend this season never happened.


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