Anywhere But Here. Veronica is having a tiresome argument with C of I, who calls her "Barbie" and says he'll never send two boys from good families to jail "on the word of that Mexican whore!" This prompts the other not guilty vote to switch sides, and then C of I blusteringly and blatheringly does the same. It's pretty cool how the effects people made him look so real, given that he's a cartoon. But with the show's budgetary constraints, I think the money might have been better spent elsewhere. C of I says that the boys will appeal and win, and that's the smartest thing I've heard all day. Veronica thanks him for the lesson in civic responsibility, and he does look a little mortified at the reminder that he brought this on himself. I guess he'll remember the name "Veronica Mars," although I'm surprised there's anyone left in Neptune who isn't familiar with it. But it's no different from the blank stares I get in response to telling people what show I recap, except those make me a lot sadder. Also, if Veronica's theory is correct, Aneesa is guilty of violating her parole by owning a firearm, and also of perjury, but I guess that isn't pertinent to the message.
Episode Report CardCouch Baron: B- | 976 USERS: C+
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