Veronica Mars Season 1 Episodes:
Episode 1: Pilot; Written by Rob Thomas; Directed by Mark Piznarski; 9/22/04
Murder casts a long shadow. As Veronica and her father try to establish a new life in Neptune, the supposedly solved Lilly Kane murder case keeps pulling them back to the past.
Episode 2: Credit Where Credit's Due; Written by Rob Thomas; Directed by Mark Piznarski; 9/26/04
Slap the cuffs on Grandma. Weevil's grandmother is accused in a credit card scam. Veronica clashes with Logan's spoiled-rotten girlfriend and meets a great guy who belongs to the in crown.
Episode 3: Meet John Smith; Written by Jed Seidel; Directed by Harry Winer; 10/12/04
How many John Smiths are there in the world? Veronica tries to track down a classmate's long-lost father, an undertaking that brings her a step closer to finding her own vanished mother.
Episode 4: The Wrath of Con; Written by Diane Ruggiero; Directed by Michael Fields; 10/19/04
Veronica turns cybersleuth when Wallace's wish-she-were-my-girlfriend loses cash in an inernet fraud run by game geeks. Troy asks Veronica to homecoming, which stirs memories of last year's dance.
Episode 5:You Think You Know Somebody; Writer: Dayna Lynne North; Director: Nick Gomez; 10/26/04
Border incident: Troy's trip to Tijuana ends with him saying adios to his father's car when thieves nab the wheels. Good thing he has a detective for a girlfriend. Or is it?
Episode 6: Return of the Kane;
Teleplay by Phil Klemmer; Story by Rob Thomas; Directed by Sarah Pia Anderson; 11/2/04
Dirty politics in the school election has Veronica doing the Woodward-and-Bernstein bit. Plus: Logan creates a PR nightmare for his movie-star father when he sets up fight nights featuring homeless men.
Episode 7: The Girl Next Door;
Teleplay by Jed Seidel & Diane Ruggiero; Story by Jed Seidel; Directed by Nick Marck; 11/9/04
Veronica's pregnant neighbor disappears right after an argument with her artish boyfriend. Pranksters: Weevil and Logan unleash their creativity when they serve detention together.
Episode 8: Like A Virgin; Written by Aury Wallington; Directed by Guy Norman Bee; 11/23/04
An online "purity test" ruins the reputation of Veronica's friend. Also: Keith helps Wallace's mother lose a bad-news tenant. And Veronica visits Abel Koontz on death row—with disturbing results.
Episode 9: Drinking the Kool-Aid;
Teleplay by Russell Smith; Story by Rob Thomas; Directed by Marcos Siega; 11/30/04
Drugs. Polygamy. Fraud. That's what Veronica looks for when she infilitrates a cult that has won the heart, soul, and bank account of a wealthy classmate. So why is everyone so darn nice?
Episode 10: An Echolls Family Christmas; Writer: Diane Ruggiero; Directed by Nick Marck; 12/14/04
Weevil is the big winner at Logan Echolls' poker party but the $5,000 pot disappears. Keith attends the Echolls' swank Christmas party to discover who's been stalking Logan's father.
Episode 11: Silence of the Lamb;
Written by Jed Seidel & Dayna Lynne North; Directed by John T. Kretchmer; 1/4/05
While Keith helps the new sheriff search for a serial killer, Veronica goes into business doing background checks on her classmates' parents, which leads to a stunning revelation for her friend Mac.
Episode 12: Clash of the Tritons;
Written by Philip Klemmer & Aury Wallington; Directed by David Barrett; 1/11/05
The parents of a boy who's comatose after a bout of heavy drinking believe Veronica provided his fake I.D. The attempt to clear her name leads Veronica to a secret on-campus society.
Episode 13: Lord of the Bling; Written by John Enbom; Directed by Steve Gomer; 2/8/05
"Bone" Hamilton is a gangsta-rap impressario whose hits may include more than CDs. But he's also a desperate father eager to find his missing teen daughter. Logan suspects his mother is alive.
Episode 14: Mars vs. Mars;
Teleplay by Jed Seidel & Diane Ruggiero; Story by Rob Thomas; Directed by Marcos Seiga; 2/15/05
Both can't be right. When one of Veronica's favorite teachers is accused of sexual misconduct, she works to exonerate him while Keith finds details that discredit him. News about Lynn is bad...and good.
Episode 15: Ruskie Business; Writer: Phil Klemmer & John Enbom; Director: Guy Norman Bee; 2/22/05
From Russia with love. A lovesick Russian internet-order bride hopes to find her former fiance. Another affiar of the heart: Meg asks Veronica to help her discover the identity of her secret admirer.
Episode 16: Betty and Veronica; Written by Diane Ruggiero; Directed by Michael Fields; 3/29/04
Bogard had a Maltese falcon. Veronica has a Neptune parrot. The school mascot is birdnapped just before the big game. From silly to serious: Veronica has found her mother... and more pieces to the puzzle of Lilly's murder.
Episode 17: Kanes and Abel's; Written by Carolyn Murray; Directed by Nick Marck; 4/5/05
Why would Abel Koontz confess to a murder Veronica believes he didn't commit? Perhaps for a huge payoff to his daughter. Someone's trying to make sure the school valedictorian doesn't win the Kane Scholarship.
Episode 18: Weapons of Class Destruction; Written by Jed Seidel; Director: John T. Kretchmer; 4/12/05
Bomb scare: A new student is under suspicion when bomb threats lead to school evacuations. Bombshell: Veronica and Wallace cope with unexpected news from their parents.
Episode 19: Hot Dogs; Written by Dayna Lynne North; Directed by Nick Marck; 4/19/05
Veronica Mars: pet detective. Her search for a missing terrier leads to darker secrets. Aaron confronts his daughter's batterer and Weevil is arrested after breaking into Lilly's room.
Episode 20: M.A.D. ; Written by Phil Klemmer & John Enbom; Directed by John T. Kretchmer;4/26/05
Blackmailing the blackmailer. Veronica plots to stop a friend's vengeful ex-boyfriend from posting a salacious video. The Kanes offer a $50,000 reward to get their runaway son back home.
Episode 21: A Trip to the Dentist; Written by Diane Ruggiero; Directed by Marcos Siega; 5/3/05
"You want to know how I lost my viriginity?" Veronica once asked. "So do I." Determined to discover who drugged and assaulted her at a party months earlier, she sifts through conflicting stories to find out the truth.
Episode 22: Leave It to Beaver;
Teleplay: Rob Thomas & Diane Ruggiero; Story: Rob Thomas; Directed by Michael Fields; 5/10/05
Sex, lies and videotape. Veronica solves the murder of Lilly Kane, but not without betraying someone she cares for - and putting her own life at risk.
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