Snooty and Goon: Veronica Mars

Living proof of why high school chemistry sucks.

Living proof of why high school chemistry should be forgotten after graduation.

Kristen Bell’s fans kickstart another mystery for the beloved detective, and Snooty and Goon get on her case.

Click here, and you’ll get such a clue!

And here’s the video that started it all.

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2 thoughts on “Snooty and Goon: Veronica Mars

  1. Andrea says:

    It was on both UPN and CW, it ended in 2007 (it ran 2004-2007). I missed it on TV because that was when I was in Grad School, and it was 5.7 million on Kickstarter, you need a spoiler alert for your description.

    The comments on the cinematography are valid however you have to take into account the budget they had and the very quick shooting schedule and turn around. Doesn’t make it better but it makes it more understandable.

    I agree there was a distinct lack of Keith/Veronica interaction, and Veronica/Wallace interaction. It was most definitely a love letter to the fans, but they paid for it so it really kind of needed to be. “obligatory psychotic jackass” was how Veronica described Logan. The villain never appeared in the series.

    You can disapprove of Logan and Veronica all you want but if it hadn’t happened Rob Thomas might have been lynched the shipping of that pairing if “Epic”!!

    . . . should I not write a reply as I listen? . . . . just remember Goon, you wanted your sister listen . . .

    The FBI would have made sense however with how season 3 ended with the massive repercussions of her detective work and just how many people she hurt the cold turkey break from it all does make sense.

    I agree the Dax Sheppard cameo was brilliant, and James Franco was a wonderful surprise – best thing I’ve seen him in.

    The principal is Mr. C (van Clemmons) not “P”.

    • goonfilms says:

      The Goon has never claimed to have perfect recall.

      Most importantly though, what did you think of Snooty’s theme song at the end? We need to focus test the heck out of that.

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