Veronica Mars

Like a Virgin - S1-E8

Continuity mistake: When the video of Kimmy plays on the school announcements, and she talks about Duncan being hung up on Veronica, there is a cut to Duncan reacting with raised eyebrows in the foreground, while Veronica can be seen in the background with a passive expression. Then it cuts to a close-up of Veronica having a visible reaction with her whole face falling. But since Veronica and Duncan were reacting to the same thing, Veronica's reaction should have been visible in the first shot as well.

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Continuity mistake: In episode 1-12: "Clash of the Tritons," Veronica is in her car talking with Rick. You can tell there is no passenger seat (most likely to make room for the camera).

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The Quick and the Wed - S2-E15

Audio problem: When Kendal is at the prison talking to Aaron, she says, "Impressive handle," but you can see her reflection in the glass and her mouth isn't moving.

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Trivia: In one episode, Aaron Echolls mentions that he was voted People magazine's Sexiest Man Alive in 1987. Harry Hamlin, who plays Aaron, actually did earn that honor that year.

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Trivia: In season 2 Charisma Carpenter plays the role of a former Laker Girl, which she was before she was on Buffy The Vampire Slayer (where she also makes a reference to Laker Girls) and Veronica Mars.

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Trivia: In the season 3 episode "President Evil," Mercer is dressed as Alex from A Clock Work Orange. Alex goes to prison for rape much like Mercer in the series.

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Not Pictured - S2-E22

Question: 1. At Neptune High graduation, the colors are green and gold. In season 1, wasn't there red involved with the cheerleader uniforms? 2. Why is Dick Casablancas watching the seniors graduate, and then in season 3, he has graduated and is off to Hearst College with the rest of the gang?


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