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Veronica Mars: Look Who's Stalking

When Gia is convinced she's being stalked, Veronica takes the case despite her dad's orders not to get involved because he believes Woody might be up to something. What she discovers not only shocks both girls but also leads to further questions.

Meanwhile, Woody enlists Keith's help in trying to avoid a scandal when he ends up with a passed-out woman in his motel room. Also, when Principal Clemmons cancels the prom because of drinking violations on the senior trip, Logan takes it upon himself to throw an "alterna-prom" in his Neptune Grand suite.

Episode Info  

Episode number: 2x20
Production Number: 2T7220
Airdate: Tuesday April 25th, 2006

Director: Michael Fields
Writer: John Enbom

Guest Stars
Adam HendershottAdam Hendershott
As Butters
Amanda NoretAmanda Noret
As Madison Sinclair
Charisma CarpenterCharisma Carpenter
As Kendall Casablancas
Ian BrininstoolIan Brininstool
As Rodney Goodman
James Jordan (1)James Jordan (1)
As Lucky
Jeffrey D. SamsJeffrey D. Sams
As Terrance Cook
Jonathan ChesnerJonathan Chesner
As Corny
Krysten RitterKrysten Ritter
As Gia Goodman
Martin YuMartin Yu
As Mr. Wu
Max GreenfieldMax Greenfield
As Deputy Leo
Michael MuhneyMichael Muhney
As Sheriff Lamb
Steve GuttenbergSteve Guttenberg
As Woody Goodman
Steve RankinSteve Rankin
As Loyd Blankenship
Tina MajorinoTina Majorino
As Mac
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
Ryan HansenRyan Hansen
As Dick Casablancas
Tessa ThompsonTessa Thompson
As Jackie Cook
Kyle GallnerKyle Gallner
As Cassidy "Beaver" Casablancas
ArtistSong TitlePlayed When
DJ HarryAll My Life 
Mike DoughtyI Hear The Bells 

Episode Quotes
Mac: He's picking me up in a Hummer limousine, we're having dinner on a replica pirate ship, and I suspect he's hired a zeppelin for the ride home. (to Veronica) I'm gonna fill my pockets with rocks, get a good grip on your ankle, and I'm gonna jump off the top of a mountain...

Veronica: Can I borrow the remote cameras tonight?
Keith: What for?
Veronica: For... a school project.
Keith: I don't belieeeve you.
Veronica: Mm, okay. This girl I know suspects that one of several creepy weirdos she sang a Kylie Minogue song to at Karaoke night, might be following her around. We're trying to narrow down who it is.
Keith: I liked your first answer better.

Veronica: Cameras are on the roof, so if this guy followed you here, we should be able to spot him.
Gia: Woow, how Mission Impossible. I feel that any moment Tom Cruise is gonna dangle from the ceiling on cables.
Veronica: Great. Now I won't be able to sleep. I hope he doesn't try to marry me.

Logan: Duncan didn't talk about his sex life much, though. But he'd blush and shower alot. That's how you'd know he was getting some.

Gia: Is a lunchlady who does bodybuilding Human Interest?
Veronica: Human? Maybe. Interest? No.

Madison: God, longest elevator ride ever.
Vincent: Wait for the space elevator. They're designing it now. A huge elevator on a 100 mile carbon-polymer cable that goes all the way to space. That'll be a long elevator ride.
Mac: Still not as long as this one.

Dick: Senior year is almost over. In a month, we might never see each other again. Never. Think about how long that is. It's like forever, but...worse.
Madison: I'm not gonna sleep with you.
Dick: We could fool around in the bathroom. For old time's sake? Never, it's a long time Madison.
Dick: What do you think the odds are of you and me hooking up by the end of the night?
Veronica: I happen to have them right here... (pulls an imaginary card from her dress) They are... a googleplex to one.
Dick: Right on! So I'll send in a bartender and check back with you later.

Gia: Hey. Have you ever been stalked?
Veronica: As a matter of fact…
Gia: Because someone’s stalking me. I was hoping you might have some tips or something.
Veronica: Dancing around in your underwear with the curtains open is always good. And if you’re in chat rooms, and they suggest meeting face to face? Do it in an abandoned railroad car, down by the riverside.
Gia: No! No, no! I mean for catching the guy!!

(Veronica knows Madison has been sleeping with Sheriff Lamb)
Veronica: Leave her alone, Dick. You don’t want to have to make her call the law. ‘Cause I hear the law really comes down hard. Have you heard that?
Madison: So, I guess you’re here alone? Since Duncan like, ran away or whatever?
Veronica: You mean, took it on the lam? ‘Cause I can’t imagine what that’s like. Can you? Being on… the lam? I think you’d just wanna close your eyes and pray for it all to end. You’d have the cops crawling all over you, right? What do you think, Madison?

Cultural References
Look Who’s Stalking
The title is a play on the first in a series of films, Look Who’s Talking. The twist premise of the films lies in who is talking – a character one would not expect. This episode has a similarly unexpected twist.

When I Put on a Tux, I Make James Bond Look Like Cletus the Slack-Jawed Yokel
In one quote Wallace manages two pop culture references. James Bond is Ian Fleming’s super agent who routinely puts a stop to the insane schemes of power mad villains and always looks good doing it. Cletus the Slack-Jawed Yokel is a character from The Simpsons. Cletus is exactly what his name implies: a squirrel eating moron married to a stripper whose enormous family probably doesn’t have a hundred IQ points between them. The writers bring him in whenever they need someone even less intelligent and refined than Homer Simpson.

Logan: Alone again.
Veronica: Naturally.
This exchange refers to Gilbert O’Sullivan’s schlocky 1972 hit, Alone Again, Naturally. The song's character is left alone at the end of a depressing sequence of events: his fiancé leaves him at the altar, and then his parents die one after the other.

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