"There’s part of me that always hopes, someday I’ll find a relationship like LoVe. I don’t want us to go through the absurd trials that Logan and Veronica have been through; but I want to find someone who challenges me. Who calls me out on my flaws. Who I can let myself been vulnerable with and most importantly, someone who gets pop culture and will let me name our kids after these incredible characters!"


Kristen Bell Reveals Her Side of the Dax Shepard Butt Shaving Story

THE ALL ENCOMPASSING NOIR of Veronica Mars extends into Veronica and Keith’s lives, too. One of them often plays Philip Marlowe to the other’s Sam Spade, the two of them constantly fluctuating between Marlowe’s white knight complex and Spade’s much shadier character traits. For instance, Veronica sets fire to a police evidence room, impersonates a member of the sheriff’s department, tampers with evidence in a murder case, breaks and enters, and lies to her father about her continuing level of involvement in her own investigation of Lily Kane’s murder—all in the first three episodes. Keith often finds himself playing the knightly Marlowe role, but he is also not above finding himself victimized by a blackmail scheme after getting caught fooling around with a married woman (Laura San Giacomo) by Vinnie Van Lowe (Ken Marino), a rival P.I. with the scruples of a career con man. As Logan tells Veronica after she finds out some less-than-flattering details about his actions during a time when they weren’t together, “if you dig deep enough, you’re going to find that everyone’s a sinner.”

Kristen Bell Says All The Right Things As “Veronica Mars”

“Perhaps all the dragons in our lives are princesses who are only waiting to see us act, just once, with beauty and courage. Perhaps everything that frightens us is, in its deepest essence, something helpless that wants our love.”
― Rainer Maria Rilke, Letters to a Young Poet