Caretaker Logan just guts me here. Not just because this scene made me flashback to the amazing sequence at the end of s2, but because that is why despite all his baggage, Veronica’s own scars, and the fact that he seems to have more bad luck than a platoon of black cats, Veronica and Logan belong together - because when push comes to shove, she will fly across the country after 9 years of radio silence to help him and because he will always always always be there taking care of her when she needs it and prickly, self-sufficient Veronica will let him. She will let her guard down with him, she will let herself be weak with him because despite everything she trusts him. Even when she didn’t trust him, she trusted him, if that makes any sense.
And another thing - the one thing that always struck me so much about Logan in the show and the movie continues it - his capacity for love always astonished me - the fact that his childhood and everything that happened with Lily didn’t burn it out of him is astonishing. If Veronica reacted to trauma by building mile-high walls, Logan can’t help but lay his heart out as a carpet for people he loves to walk on - it’s as if he can only love them more, they will love him back, he thinks. And in a way, prickly, damaged, amazing Veronica needs someone like that - her trust issues and worries and armor need that sort of open outpouring. Neither of them will ever be fully healthy-whole by any conventional definition, but what they are works for each other precisely because this is the case (nice normal Piz could never compete, could never get the whole Veronica, could he?)
Anyway, I should stop before I suffocate from my LoVe feels.
"We didn’t want Veronica to be a fashionista. And my whole point with the character is that she had armor up. She had been emotionally abused, she thought she had been raped, she needed to be protected from everybody around her. I wanted her to be a warrior." - Costume Designer Salvador Perez on Dressing Veronica Mars
In the latest animated Disney Musical based on Hans Christian Andersen’s fairytale, The Snow Queen, we follow the story of two sisters; Anna and Elsa.
Princess Anna (voiced by Kirsten Bell) starts a journey through an icy and frozen Norway to end her sister’s curse, the Snow Queen (aka. Elsa who is voiced by fabulous broadway artist and tony-award winner Idina Menzel, who is no stranger to voicing and performing as a disney character as she played Nancy in Enchanted).
Joined by a rugged, thrill-seeking outdoorsman, his one-antlered reindeer and a hapless snowman, Anna must race against time, conquer the elements and battle an army of menacing snowmen if she ever hopes to melt her frozen heart.
This plot mied with amazing artists, director Chris Buck, producer John Lasseter and broadway composers Robert Lopez and Kristen Anderson-Lopez sure create a mix for success, right?