Veronica drives at night. VMVO tells us that she's learned that people you love let you down. She stakes out her father's office, and sees him drive off. Okay, she needs to work on the stakeout skills. I mean, now the top of her convertible is open. She's visible from space. When her father's gone, she goes into the office. VMVO tells us that her father doesn't know she knows the combination to the safe, but she does. Inside, she finds a very-not-closed Lily Kane murder file. "The confessed killer is already on Death Row, but Dad still hasn't given up on the case." She finds her surveillance photo that her dad had crumpled up. "Why did dad lie to me?" Well, you can ask him, because he's just returned to the office, which is weird, because he just left. He tells her that he rented the South Park movie, which she exposits is her favorite. Since this show's on Wing's team, I guess I have to watch the "Blame Canada" jokes. He says "Who's your daddy?" again, although in a far less annoying tone than earlier, and after a momentary hesitation, she smiles and says, "You are." She says she has to make a stop, but that she'll meet him at home. They get a little too close, again, and then she kisses him and leaves. Keith goes to the desk and picks up a unicorn music box, which I guess is the one Veronica's mom left her, although it's not clear who retrieved it, in that case. VMVO says that maybe her dad's trying to protect her, but that she's got too many questions to sit still and do nothing. She goes to the motel and knocks on the door of the room that Jake Kane was in. VMVO promises that she'll find out the truth, and bring her family back together. "I'm sorry, is that mushy? Well, you know what they say: Veronica Mars, she's a marshmallow." And she's a pretty damn good fledgling show.
Episode Report CardCouch Baron: A- | 1512 USERS: B-
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