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Veronica Mars: The Complete Seasons 1-3 [18 Discs] [DVD]

Release Date:01/08/2013

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    Overall Customer Rating:
    100% of customers would recommend this product to a friend (4 out of 4)

    Special Features

    • Season One:
    • Over 20 minutes of unaired scenes
    • Extended version of the Pilot episode with an unaired opening sequence
    • Season Two:
    • Additional scenes
    • 2 featurettes:
    • A Day on the Set with Veronica Mars,
    • Veronica Mars: Not Your Average Teen Detective
    • Gag reel
    • Season Three:
    • Preview featurette Pitching Season 4
    • Going Undercover With Rob Thomas: Featurette gallery that boldly takes you inside the mind of the series creator
    • Webisode gallery
    • Closed Captioned


    Season one of Veronica Mars finds both the title character (Kristen Bell) and her ex-sheriff father, Keith (Enrico Colantoni), regarded as lepers in the affluent community of Neptune -- and it's all because Keith made public his suspicion that Jake Kane (Kyle Secor), the town's richest man, killed his own daughter (and Veronica's best friend), Lilly (Amanda Seyfried). Hoping to find Lilly's murderer and redeem her father's reputation, 17-year-old Veronica assists Keith in his efforts to run a private detective agency -- and while in school, she tirelessly crusades for justice as a reporter for the student newspaper. Early in the season, Veronica finds herself with two loyal allies when she protects nerdy new kid Wallace (Percy Daggs III) from school bully Weevil (Francis Capra) -- and then, in the spirit of "fair and balanced" dispersion of justice, she clears Weevil from an unfounded charge of theft. Meanwhile, several of Veronica's fellow Neptunians display bizarre behavior suggesting that they know more about Lilly's death than they're willing to admit, notably Lilly's seriously disturbed brother, Duncan (Teddy Dunn), and his wealthy, arrogant best friend, Logan Echolls (Jason Dohring). Also, Veronica finds time to delve into the mystery of her mother, Lianne (Corinne Bohrer), who for apparently no reason had abandoned her family a year earlier. And all the while, Veronica does the "Nancy Drew" bit, 21st century style, using her acute detecting skills to restore shattered reputations, expose the dangers of cult worship, and gather vital clues pertinent to kidnappings, switched-at-birth cases, instances of alleged sexual harassment, and illegal fight clubs. The season ends with the episode "Leave It to Beaver," in which Veronica at long last has the opportunity to solve Lilly's murder -- but in so doing she may betray the trust of one near and dear to her. ~ Hal Erickson

    Cast & Crew

    • Kristen Bell - Veronica Mars
    • Enrico Colantoni - Keith Mars
    • Percy Daggs III - Wallace Fennel
    • Teddy Dunn - Duncan Kane
    • Francis Capra - Eli 'Weevil' Navarro

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