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Veronica Mars: An Echolls Family Christmas

Lynn Echolls hires Keith to investigate a threatening letter sent to Aaron. He must track down the woman who sent the letter and stop her from coming to the Echolls Family's annual Christmas party.

Someone steals Weevil's winnings in a poker game with the 09ers, and he starts stealing stuff that belongs to them. They ask Veronica to help find out who stole the money so that they will get their stuff back.


Episode Info


Episode number: 1x10
Production Number: 2T5710
Airdate: Tuesday December 14th, 2004

Director: Nick Marck
Writer: Diane Ruggiero


  • Currently 9.8/10
9.8/10 (4 Votes cast)
Guest Stars
Brad BufandaBrad Bufanda
As Felix
Recurring
Harry HamlinHarry Hamlin
As Aaron Echolls
Recurring
Kevin SheridanKevin Sheridan
As Sean Freedrik
Recurring
Kyle SecorKyle Secor
As Jake Kane
Recurring
Lisa RinnaLisa Rinna
As Lynn Echolls
Recurring
Lisa ThornhillLisa Thornhill
As Celeste Kane
Recurring
Paul GanusPaul Ganus
As Harvey Greenblatt
Recurring
Alex FatovichAlex Fatovich
As Waitress
Cara ChristensenCara Christensen
As Caroler #2
Emmanuelle VaugierEmmanuelle Vaugier
As Monica Hadwin
Jake ArnetteJake Arnette
As Mr. Friedrich
Kevin BrandoKevin Brando
As Caroler #1
Sandra RiceSandra Rice
As Unknown
Travis SchuldtTravis Schuldt
As Connor Larkin
Main Cast
Kristen BellKristen Bell
As Veronica Mars
Enrico ColantoniEnrico Colantoni
As Keith Mars
Percy Daggs IIIPercy Daggs III
As Wallace Fennel
Francis CapraFrancis Capra
As Eli "Weevil" Navarro
Jason DohringJason Dohring
As Logan Echolls
Teddy DunnTeddy Dunn
As Duncan Kane
Sydney Tamiia PoitierSydney Tamiia Poitier
As Mallory Dent
Episode Notes
visual:

The video game Logan was playing on his X-Box was X-men: Legends.



Music
ArtistSong TitlePlayed When
The Dandy WarholsLittle Drummer Boy 
InterpolSlow Hands 
OzomatliSaturday Night 
Rafael PadillaCarol of the Bells 
Starling ElectricCamp-fire 
Tony C And The TruthLittle Bit More 


Cultural References
Veronica: No, Veronica, there is no Santa Claus.

This line is a take on a famous article entitled "Yes, Virginia, there is a Santa Claus." It was a response to a letter from a girl named Virginia who had asked if there was such a thing a Santa Claus.



Warning: Veronica Mars season 1 episode 10 guide may contain spoilers
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