Veronica Mars I love this episode from November primarily for three reasons: Logan, Logan and Logan. Yeah, yeah, there's all manner of baby-sitting shenanigans and Mr. Manning threatening our beloved heroine with a baseball bat, but let's be honest: The second go-round may take the bite out of that chilling final police-cruiser shot, but Logan's pointed one-liners have a life all their own. To Kendall: "I'm sorry, did that hurt your feeling?" (Only if said feeling corresponds directly to her remaining Amex balance.) To Veronica: "Honestly, how much easier would your life be if you were indifferent to me?" (Easier, maybe, but nowhere near as much fun. Seriously, I wish
all their conversations could take place in the girls' rest room  with the "out of order" sign posted, if you know what I mean.) And to the world at large: "Life's tragedy is that we get old too soon and wise too late

Ben Franklin." (Oh, how I do miss the regular feature of Logan's inspirational thought of the day. And when is it gonna occur to somebody over at UPN to market those as a desk calendar or self-help book aimed at teenagers and the otherwise VM-obsessed? Like, a "Chicken Soup for the '09-er Soul" c'mon, who wouldn't pick that for their next book-club assignment?) Bottom line is, anybody who can get away with calling the fantastically hot Cordelia Chase Kendall Casablancas "Bessie" and live to tell the tale? A legend in his own time. Chana Shwadlenak

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