With the much-anticipated season finale of UPN's Veronica Mars upon us (tonight at 9 pm/ET), many fans are still trying to recover from the shocking not-guilty verdict delivered at Aaron Echolls' trial in last week's episode. Meanwhile other readers are already looking ahead to a potential third season. In his latest exclusive Q&A, Mars creator Rob Thomas provides plenty of insight about recent happenings and answers TVGuide.com readers' burning questions about Veronica's future.
Question: First, I trust you. Second, please tell me the whole STD thing will make sense after seeing the finale. I'm torn between whether Duncan slept with Kendall or Aaron paid the doctor.... Do tell! — Holli
Eight months after Baretta star Robert Blake was acquitted at a criminal trial of murdering his wife, Bonny Lee Bakley, a civil jury voted 10 to 2 on Friday that the actor "intentionally caused the [May 2001] death" of Bakley, and ordered him to pay her children $30 million in damages. The jury also decided that Blake's handyman, Earle Caldwell, did not collaborate in the killing.
Acquitted murder-suspect Robert Blake and volatile actor Tom Sizemore (you know him as the testy male Courtney Love) are threatening to become reality-TV stars, the New York Post reports. Thankfully, the Court TV mainstays would be headlining their own individual series, not doing one together. And coming soon: ABC Family Presents "You're a Good Man, Charlie Manson."