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Veronica Mars Rewatch and Discuss

Shana Silver and Sonia Gensler are hosting a Veronia Mars re-watch and discussion. So if you're a Veronica newbie or a long time Veronica fan, join in. The plan right now is to watch one episode a week and discuss it. And the episodes are online, so really, you have no excuse not to join!

I sadly discovered Veronica Mars after it was off the air, but I got addicted and watched all of season one in one weekend. It's smart, witty, funny and addictive and one of the best teen shows ever made. I hope you join in on the fun-I can't wait to re-watch this show!

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  1. Oh my gosh...I LOVE Veronica Mars (total tragedy that it got cancelled after 3 seasons)!!! Thanks for linking...I'll go check it out :)

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  2. I know! I'm still mouring the loss of this show!

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  3. I have rewatched this show numerous times. I have all three seasons on dvd so whenever I need some LoVe I just pop the discs in. Favorite. Show. Ever.

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  4. I actually haven't finished season three because I didn't want to series to end. And I love Logan and Veronica!!!:)

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  5. ACK! You've found my weakness. I have yet to see this show...even though everyone says it's brilliant.

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  6. LOVE, LOVE, LOVE Veronica Mars!!! I was so upset when they took it off the air... I have all three seasons on DVD, so I'll definitely have to try and keep up with watching and discussing. YAY!

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  7. Beth-I hope you get a chance to watch it-it's so good!

    Jessica-I'm so glad you'll join. It'll be fun to talk with everyone about the episodes.

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  8. I never finished season 3 either! If I finish it then it will be done! You can't make me finish it!

    <3 to VM the best PI ever.

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