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Veronica Mars Season 4 Pilot

Just in case you haven't had your daily dose of longing mixed with regret. Here's the Veronica Mars Season 4 Pilot (in two parts) that Rob Thomas and Kristen Bell put together and pitched to the CW. Despite it being made of awesome, it apparently wasn't enough for them to keep this amazing show on the air. As for me, you had me at hello, Veronica. You had me at hello.

Part I


Part II


Sigh. I miss Logan.

On a much happier note. This news made my day.

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  1. Anonymous5:54 PM

    Sigh. That would have been fun.

    --Nan from the 'Ville.

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  2. It really would have been.

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  3. Sigh. Did you get season 3 on dvd? It is making me sad all over again.

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  4. I haven't! I've been wholly consumed by the new Ellen Emerson White book and nothing much else is making a dent right now. As soon as I surface, I will be getting it for sure.

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  5. I can't believe they didn't want another season of that!!

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  6. I know. I watch those and I'm like, All is right with the world. Veronica's kicking some butt.

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