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Veronica Mars, Season 3HDClosed Captioning

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Description

In the wealthy, seaside community of Neptune, the rich and the powerful make the rules. They own the town, and they desperately try to keep their dirty little secrets just that . . . secret. Unfortunately for them, there's Veronica Mars, a smart, fearless apprentice private investigator dedicated to solving the town's toughest mysteries. During the day, Veronica studies hard, but by night, she helps her father Keith with his private investigator business, sneaking through back alleys and scoping out no-tell motels with a telescopic-lens camera in an attempt to uncover the California beach town's darkest secrets.

Customer Reviews

Sharp writing and intricate mysteries abound

Even though the show’s heroine happens to be a teenager, “Veronica Mars” is television for anyone who appreciates a good twisty mystery. With a foundation firmly built on old noir flicks, the show is about a young woman whose jaded view of the world colors nearly every aspect of her life. VM can be funny, dark, scary, twisted, upsetting, and moving all in a single episode – and that’s just good TV in my book. I hope more people will check the show out because it’s definitely worth a watch. “Spit & Eggs” is my favorite episode of all 3 seasons.

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Veronica Mars is a difficult show to describe. One part drama, one part comedy, and one part mystery, it's got something for everyone. While the show is primarily about solving mysteries, it is the relationships between the characters that keep you watching. Veronica's relationships with her father Keith, her best friend Wallace, and her sometimes beau Logan are the driving force behind this sassy girl detective. It's really too bad that this fabulous show is hidden away on the CW. The writing, characters, and plot surpass ratings darlings such as House, Grey's Anatomy, and Lost on a regular basis. Even a "bad" Veronica Mars episode is better than 95% of what's on TV right now.

Smart television

Veronica Mars made me realize that television shows do not have to be lesser forms of storytelling than books and films. With the right showrunner, writers, actors, cinematographers, directors, and graphic designers, serial television can be brought to the heights of an artform. If I were rating season one, I would be giving this five stars. No show has ever gripped me the way those final 12 episodes did. And yes, I didn't start watching with episode one. It is a myth that you have to start watching VM from the beginning. Many great stories begin in medias res. You can pick it up from wherever you start watching. And Season Three is a great place to start. "Hi, Infidelity" and "Spit & Eggs" are two of the best hours of television I have ever experienced. And now that I have them (and the rest of the season) on my iTunes, I can watch them again and again. And so can you. Download "Welcome Wagon" and see what fans were willing to rent a plane to save. This show has pain, biting humor, characters you will feel for, and mysteries you will become obsessed with solving. Most simply put, it is smart television.

Veronica Mars, Season 3
View In iTunes $44.99
  • HD Version
  • Genre: Drama
  • Released: Dec 12, 2006
  • CCin English

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