Plot EditLogan attacks Piz after a mysterious sex tape of Veronica and Piz finds its way to the internet.
Arc significance Edit
- On the Hearst radio show, Vinnie Van Lowe seems to be more popular than Keith Mars to be Sheriff.
- Dick shows remorse about how he treated his brother Beaver, and apologizes to Mac about how he treated her before.
- A sex tape of Veronica and Piz finds its way to the internet.
- Logan attacks Piz and appears at the Mars Investigations office, injured and bleeding.
- Kristen Bell as Veronica Mars
- Jason Dohring as Logan Echolls
- Percy Daggs III as Wallace Fennel
- Ryan Hansen as Dick Casablancas
- Julie Gonzalo as Parker Lee
- Chris Lowell as Stosh "Piz" Piznarski
- Tina Majorino as Cindy "Mac" Mackenzie
- Francis Capra as Eli "Weevil" Navarro
- Enrico Colantoni as Keith Mars
Guest Stars Edit
- Ken Marino as Vinnie Van Lowe
- Saige Thompson as Abigail Montgomery
- Tangie Ambrose as Jalisa Jones
- Patrick Fischler as Russell Marchant
- Lauren Bowles as Karin Mackay
- Michael B. Silver as David Winkler
- Dianna Agron as Jenny Budosh
- Travis Van Winkle as Patrick Nickerson
- "Lazy Girls" - Jill Cunniff
- "Inside Your Head" - Eberg
- (Veronica is listening to a message Weevil left on her answering machine)
- Weevil: Veronica. Pick up, pick up, pick up, pick up. Where you at? I tried you on your cell but maybe you got it turned off or something. Uh, hey, lucky for me, your dad's a cool guy, 'cause he gave me another chance at this. Anyway, reason I'm calling is... (machine beeps) I need a bail bondsman and a private investigator and you need a 21st-century answering machine!
- Veronica: Weevil, you're wobbling.
- Weevil: Yeah, and I'm gonna take the fall unless you can help me.
- The episode is a play on Hasbro's Weeble toys catchphrase, "Weebles wobble but they don't fall down."
- When arriving at the beach, the band Matchbox Twenty is referred to, then Piz says, "Rob Thomas is a whore", a reference to Matchbox 20's lead singer, who shares a name with the show's creator.
- Veronica refers to the nefarious college fraudsters as the Injustice League, a DC Comics supervillain team.