Lord of The Bling
Lord of the Bling
Episode No.   Season
13 1x13 One
Original Broadcast Date February 8, 2005
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"Lord of The Bling" is the thirteenth episode of the first season of Veronica Mars.

Plot Edit


Logan prepares to leave for his mother's funeral.

When record producer Percy "Bone" Hamilton's daughter, Yolanda (one-time friend of Veronica), is kidnapped, he hires Keith to find her.

Aaron Echolls tries to grieve for Lynn Echolls, but Logan isn't convinced.

Arc significance Edit

  • It was Yolanda Hamilton who kissed Logan, leading to Lilly and Logan's break-up before Lilly's murder.
  • Logan asks Veronica for help in finding his mother.

Cast Edit

Main Cast Edit

Guest Stars Edit

Music Edit

  • "The Bomb" - The Pharcyde
  • "The Girl Who Wouldn't Die" - Tsar
  • "Saturday Night" - Ozomatli
  • "Hey Ma" - Cam'ron
  • "Living It Up" - The League

Quotes and trivia Edit

Wallace: Stop staring. It's just hair.
Veronica: Resisting the urge to touch…
Wallace: You keep resisting that urge.

Keith: Hey honey, what's cooking?
Veronica: Not quite sure myself. Something that ends in "-aroni".

Veronica: I'm not scrawny. I'm not!

Wallace: I didn't know you knew her.
Veronica: We used to be friends ... a long time ago.

Veronica: [referring to rubber ducks] Get them in a row.

Trivia Edit

  • The title Lord of the Bling is a reference to The Lord of the Rings, combined with bling-bling, hip-hop slang for expensive jewellery.
  • Despite being credited, Francis Capra (Eli "Weevil" Navarro) does not appear in this episode.
  • The last words that Veronica Mars says before the opening title is "We used to be friends..... A long time ago". These words are also the first words from the song in the opening title by The Dandy Warhols.

Goofs Edit

  • [[Logan shows Duncan Kane a cigarette lighter engraved "Free at Last". Logan says his grandfather fought in the Korean War and had the lighter engraved after he was captured and then escaped. In the Korean War, American soldiers escaped from front-line holding points or aid stations shortly after capture, but no one escaped from POW camps. The rough terrain and the problem of blending in with the local population made escape very difficult.

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