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Veronica and Wallace seem to have formed a new bond with Weevil and his cronies when they find themselves defending Weevil, who has been arrested for stealing credit card applications from Logan's family. Meanwhile, in journalism class, Logan’s new girlfriend Caitlin and Veronica get off on the wrong foot, but Veronica is curious about the attention shown to Caitlin by classmate Troy. Later, Veronica finds out Lilly got a traffic ticket on the day she died -- two hours after her supposed time of death.
Veronica: You want to crash an 09er party?
This is the first time the term "09er" is used. It's used to refer to people who live in the prestigious 90909 zip code, i.e. rich people.
Aaron Ashmore, who plays Troy, is the brother of Shawn Ashmore, who plays Iceman in the X-men movies.
Troy Vandegraff: (Regarding the flat tire of her car) Flat?
Veronica: Just as God made me
Troy Vandegraff: I mean really, who names a daughter Trampy McBitch.
Veronica: What about you, Wallace? Your life still a non-stop Nelly video?
Nelly is a famous African-American rapper whose videos often depicts parties and beautiful women
Felix: Time for S’Mores?
A S'more is a traditional campfire treat consisting of a roasted marshmallow and a slab of chocolate, sandwiched between two pieces of Graham cracker.
Wallace: Do I look like James Bond to you?
James Bond was suave British secret agent created by author Ian Fleming and later adapted and extended with a string of movies. Also known by his code, "007", he saves the world with a mix of high tech gadgetry, charm and wit.
Veronica: Wallace, King Kong ain’t got nothin’ on you.
King Kong is 50-foot tall ape from the 1933 movie of the same name.
Veronica: Well of wanting desperately to see pictures of Alyssa Milano naked, yes
Alyssa Milano is an actress famous for her roles in the 80's sitcom "Who's the Boss?" with Tony Danza, and more recently, as a lead in the WB series "Charmed".
Veronica: In five seconds, I’m just going to do the Charlie’s Angel roll right out of the moving car.
Charlie's Angels was an 80's tv series about three women who work for a fictional private investigation agency, the Charles Townsend Agency. The "Angel's" often fought crime with a combination of sexual wiles and were often scantily clad.