Русскоязычное название: Вероника Марс
Статус: закрыт (3 сезона), 2004-2007
Где и когда: UPN (2004-2006), CW (2006-2007), вторник
Описание: Сериал рассказывает о жителях прибрежного городка Нептуна, где богатые и сильные мира сего устанавливают правила, в их власти находятся город и школа, а сами они отчаянно пытаются сохранить свои секреты. К несчастью для них, есть Вероника Марс, умная и бесстрашная 18-ти летняя девушка, помощница частного детектива — своего отца.
Вероника была обычной девушкой, пока её лучшую подругу Лили не убили, а отца не лишили должности шерифа. Её мать ушла из семьи, от них отвернулись почти все, а одна из вечеринок после смерти Лили меняет Веронику навсегда.
Жанр: драма, детектив
Создатель: Роб Томас
В ролях: Кристен Белл (Вероника Марс), Джейсон Доринг (Логан Экхолз), Энрико Колантони (Кит Марс), Перси Дэггс III (Уоллес Финнел), Френсис Капра (Илай Наварро), Тедди Данн (Дункан Кейн), Райан Хэнсен (Дик Касабланкас)
The Dandy Warhols — «We Used To Be Friends»
|#1.01 — Pilot|
«What You Want» by The Wayouts. Played while Veronica cuts Wallace down off flagpole.
«Insincere Because I» by The Dandy Warhols. Playing while Veronica is sitting at the lunch table talking about how Duncan used to be her boyfriend.
«Sittin’ On Top Of The World» by Botany Boyz. Played while Wallace gets robbed at the Sac and Pac.
«Just Another» by Pete Yorn. Played when Veronica is at the pool and thinks she hears her mother, and also while she is playing with her dog at the beach.
«White Lines (Don’t Do It)» by Grandmaster Flash. Played during the car wash flashback scene.
«Give You More» by Taxi Doll. First song played at the party where Veronica gets drugged.
«Girls» by Death In Vegas. Second song played at that party.
«Bathroom Stall» by DAMe Lee. Played while Veronica is talking to Logan and Duncan while they’re sitting in the yellow car.
«Weak Become Heroes» by The Streets. Played while Veronica is at the computer printing the picture.
«(Don’t Fear) The Reaper» by Blue Oyster Cult. Played while Veronica and her dad are barbequeing.
«Pata Pata» by Miriam Makeba. Played during the fake fire in the evidence room at the sheriff’s office.
«Atomic Girl» by The Wannabes. Played near the end when Veronica is talking to Wallace on the beach and he is flying his airplane.
«Butterflies» by David Garza. Played when Veronica is sitting in the office near the end.
«All You Need Is Love» originally performed by The Beatles. A music box-type instrumental version played at the very end of the episode.
|#1.02 — Credit Where Credit’s Due|
«Hi Lo» by Under The Influence Of Giants. Played when Veronica has the flat tire.
«Troubled Times» by Fountains Of Wayne. Played while driving to the photo shoot with Duncan.
«Here It Comes» by Longwave. Played at the photo shoot on the beach.
«Lover» by Maureen Davis. Playing while Veronica and Keith are at the Neptune Grand talking to the receptionist.
|#1.03 — Meet John Smith|
«Art» by Louque. Playing at the end of Veronica & Troy’s date after he tries to kiss her.
«Goodbye World» by Luke Adams. Playing when Veronica is laying on her bed doing her homework and her dad walks in her room.
«Summer Nights» sung by Teddy Dunn (from Grease). Performed briefly by Duncan on the bleachers before jumping.
«Edge of the Ocean» by Ivy. Played while Veronica drives Duncan to the Hospital.
«Rock and A Hard Place» by Supreme Beings of Leisure. Only an instrumental portion of the song, played over several scenes beginning when Veronica decides to drive to Arizona, and ending when she pulls up in front of the house she thought her mother was living in.
«What Are You Afraid Of?» by West Indian Girl. Played when Veronica drives back home from Arizona and also when she calls Troy from outside of his home.
|#1.04 — The Wrath Of Con|
«All That We Perceive» by Thievery Corporation. During the flashback scene in the limo on the way to the dance while they are playing dare.
«Diverse City» by TobyMac. First song played at the college party when Veronica and Wallace arrive.
«Party Crashers» by Radio 4. The second song played at the party while Veronica is trying to break into the dorm room.
«Wind Beneath My Wings» originally performed by Bette Midler. An instrumental version playing at the fountain dedication.
«Now Is The Time» by Damone. Also at the fountain dedication. Playing during the second half of the Lilly video when Veronica’s contribution to the video is being shown.
|#1.05 — You Think You Know Somebody|
«Such Great Heights» by The Postal Service. Played while Veronica is driving Troy in the car and is asking him about what they did in Mexico; and at the very end while Veronica is getting the cell phone call from her mom.
«The Mexican Hat Dance». Played at the birthday party when Veronica goes looking for the pinata.
«Put Your Lights On» by Santana with Everlast. Played while Veronica is packing the cell phones for mailing, and her dad comes home from his date.
«The New Kid» by Old 97′s. Played while Troy gathers the steroids and is making his getaway at the end.
|#1.06 — Return Of The Kane|
«Feel Alright» by The Red Onions. Playing during the boxing match.
«Bandido» by Daniel Indart. Jake and Duncan are eating burgers in their car without Celeste’s knowledge.
«I’m In A Way» by The Rite Flyers. Playing while Veronica & Wanda were making posters at V’s house.
«Ventura Highway» by America. Playing while Logan is making the apology at the soup kitchen and continuing through the scene where Aaron beats him.
|#1.07 — The Girl Next Door|
«La Femme d’Argent» by Air. Playing when Weevil and Logan paint the wall and also while Veronica is flipping through the Sara’s diary.
«Yellow Butta Sunshine» by Pop. Playing when Weevil and his gang pull up to and go into the Encore store.
|#1.08 — Like A Virgin|
«Don’t Tell Mama» sung by Alona Tal and Annie Abrams (from Cabaret). Performed by Meg and Kimmy during their auditions for the school production of Cabaret.
«Don’t Let It Get You Down» by Spoon. Played near the end when Veronica is walking through the parking lot.
|#1.09 — Drinking The Kool-Aid|
«Make a Deal with the City» by East River Pipe. The song playing when Veronica first visits the cult camp.
«Oh! Sweet Nuthin’» originally performed by The Velvet Underground. Sung around the campfire.
«(You Gotta Walk) Don’t Look Back» by Peter Tosh with Mick Jagger. The song playing the second time Veronica visits the camp when the leader shows her the greenhouse.
«Have a Nice Day» by Stereophonics. The song playing at the camp while they all are preparing the food.
«Famous Lover» by The Fire Marshals Of Bethlehem. The song playing at Casey’s grandmother’s funeral.
|#1.10 — An Echolls Family Christmas|
«Little Bit More» by Tony C And The Truth. The song playing while the guys are watching Logan’s mom out by the pool.
«Slow Hands» by Interpol. The song playing during Duncan’s flashback of the card game.
«We Wish You A Merry Christmas». An instrumental jazz-type song playing while Keith is talking to Logan’s mom about the stalker.
«Saturday Night» by Ozomatli. The song playing during the card game flashback while the guys are talking about Rosie Perez.
«Camp-Fire» by Starling Electric. The song playing during the card game flashback when the pizza gets delivered.
«Joy to The World». Frank Sinatra/Harry Connick, Jr.-style version, playing at the beginning of the Echolls’ party.
«Carol of the Bells» by Jason Lantrip. Instrumental version during the reveal scene.
«God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen» by (unknown). Sinatra/Connick-style, the second song played at the party while the Kanes and Echolls are talking about going away somewhere.
«Jingle Bells». Pianist plays the last few seconds of this during the party.
«Little Drummer Boy» by The Dandy Warhols. Playing while Veronica is playing cards.
«What Child Is This» by (unknown). An instrumental version playing when Weevil and Veronica are getting food, Logan apologizes to Duncan, Veronica confronts Jake Kane, and Jake confronts Celeste at the party.
«The Wassail Song». Sung by the carolers outside the Echolls’s home.
|#1.11 — Silence Of The Lamb|
«Brilliant Sky» by Saybia. Song played when Veronica, Mac & Wallace crash Madison’s birthday party.
«Fireflies» by Amy Cook. Song played when Mac walks into the library and meets her biological sister.
«The Way You Are» by 46bliss. Played at the end when Mac’s biological mother drives by as Mac and her family are getting ready to leave for the vacation, and also when Clarence receives the photographs.
|#1.12 — Clash Of The Tritons|
«Army Of One» by Adam Hamilton (MasterSource Music Catalog). Veronica plants a tracking device on Duncan’s car and Logan waits for Aaron to come out of the Administration office; Veronica sets up surveillance camera at school and Wallace plants the money in empty locker.
«Swing Low, Sweet Chariot» sung by Teddy Dunn. Duncan’s karaoke song.
«On Top Of Old Smokey». Karaoke song performed by the next singer.
«The Hokey Pokey». Karaoke song performed by the next next singer.
«One Way Or Another» sung by Kristen Bell, originally performed by Blondie. Veronica’s karaoke song.
«Feel So Free» by Ivy. The song playing while Logan’s mom leaves the school and also while her empty car is discovered on the bridge.
|#1.13 — Lord Of The Bling|
«The Girl Who Wouldn’t Die» by Tsar. Song playing during the flashback scene of V, Lilly, and Yolanda in Yolanda’s room.
«Saturday Night» by Ozomatli. Playing when Veronica gets on the elevator with Dime Bag.
«Hey Ma» by Cam’ron. Playing during the flashback of the party where Logan kises Yolanda.
«Living It Up» by The League. Song playing when Yolanda’s dad talks to Dime Bag on the phone.
|#1.14 — Mars Vs. Mars|
«Tulips» by Bloc Party. Playing when Veronica interviews the crazy fan who claims to have seen Lynne alive and then Logan runs off when he realizes she’s nuts.
«Worried About You» by The Rolling Stones. Playing when Veronica walks past Mr. Rooks’ bedroom.
|#1.15 — Ruskie Business|
«Waiting» by Taxi Doll. Playing during Veronica & Meg’s arrival at the rave, and continuing through the entire time they were there.
«Ballade for piano No. 2 in F major, Op. 38, CT. 3″ by Fryderyk Chopin. Played by piano when Veronica comes to get Logan (quietly) and then when Logan sees Trina come out and thinks it’s his mom (crescendos right before the break).
«One Thing Leads To Another» by The Fixx. Played at the «Total Eclipse Of The Heart» dance.
«Time After Time» by Cyndi Lauper. Played at the «Total Eclipse Of The Heart» dance.
«True» by Spandau Ballet. Played at the «Total Eclipse Of The Heart» dance.
«Warm Breeze» by Jeff Tatum (MasterSource Music Catalog). Played at the end when Veronica goes into the bar and finds her mom.
|#1.16 — Betty And Veronica|
«You And Your Kind» by The Brown Mountain Lights. Playing the first time we see Veronica and her mom talking in the bar (when they hug each other).
«A Chorus Line» by Ultramagnetic MC’s. Playing while Wallace is practicing basketball and Veronica is watching him.
«Rabbit» by The Fire Marshals of Bethlehem. Playing during the second flashback of Veronica and her mom, while they’re having coffee.
«Nothing Is Wrong» by The Brown Mountain Lights. Playing the third time we see Veronica and her mom in the bar, when they talk about her affair with Jake Kane.
«Fall Behind Me» by The Donnas. Playing during the Rest Stop 15 scene when Weevil takes the bet.
«Headphonland: The Gangster Chapter» by Mice Parade. Playing when Veronica is asking Weevil if he took the parrot because the bets he is taking on the game don’t make sense unless he knows the outcome.
|#1.17 — Kanes And Abel’s|
«Dangle» by The Daylight Titans. Played when Veronica catches Kaz in yellow truck.
«Dragonfly» by M Craft. The song playing during the flashback scene where Veronica is talking to Lilly at the Kanes’ pool and Duncan interrupts her.
«Ain’t That A Kick In The Head» by Dean Martin. Playing when Veronica visits Hamilton Cho’s pizza shop.
«Private Eyes» originally by Hall and Oates, sung by Vince Vanlowe. Song sung by Vince Vanlowe out the window to Veronica in her car.
|#1.18 — Weapons Of Class Destruction|
|#1.19 — Hot Dogs|
«That’s Amore» by Dean Martin. Playing during the scene where Aaron beats up Dylan.
|#1.20 — MAD|
«Me And You And A Dog Named Boo» by Lobo. Song playing while Aaron is driving Veronica home.
«Finding Out True Love Is Blind» by Louis XIV. Song playing during the Boardwalk scene with Tad & Carmen.
«Tu Abandono» by X Herrera. Playing during the Tijuana scene.
«Let’s Sail Away» by Josh Kramon and Jeff D’Agustino. Song sung on the web site.
«Love Is Here To Stay» by Louis Armstrong & Ella Fitzgerald. Playing during the dancing scene where Veronica’s dad and Wallace’s mom are dancing.
«Crimson And Clover» by Tommy James and The Shondells. During the end scene where Logan is on his boat.
|#1.21 — A Trip To The Dentist|
«Kingdom of Chemicals» by Sean Dailey. Playing during the first flashback to the party, when they were doing body shots off Veronica; playing during the series of flashbacks when Logan slips Duncan the drugged drink.
«The Other Side» by The BoDeans. Song playing when Duncan and his mom are in the limo after picking him up at the airport and she tells him to take his medication with him next time.
«This Is Not A Game» by Basko. Song playing during the second party flashback when Madison asks who invited Veronica.
«I Touch Myself» by Saucy Monky. Playing during the party flashback when Madison tells what happened. (Also sung by Veronica during the flashback.); again during the next party flashback. (Also sung by Dick during the flashback).
«I Like That» by Houston with Chingy and Nate Dogg. Playing in a flashback when the guys are giving Veronica the shots and she makes out with Shelly.
«Cemetary Party» by Air. Veronica walks away from Duncan’s house after learning the truth about the rape.
«Give You More» by Taxi Doll. Playing during the flashback when Veronica gets the «trip to the dentist.»
|#1.22 — Leave It To Beaver|
«La Bamba» by Mariachi Vargas de Tecalitlan. Playing on the Latin station when Keith changes the radio.
«Bad Boyfriend» by Garbage. Playing when Veronica and Keith discover the shot glass was in Lilly’s car and when Veronica talks to Logan at his locker; and playing when Logan is on the bridge as Weevil and his gang drive up.
«Wannabe» by The Spice Girls. Playing during the flashback when Veronica and Lilly are dancing and singing along in Lilly’s room.
«Lily Dreams On» by Cotton Mather. Playing during Veronica’s dream of Lilly and her floating in the pond.
|#2.01 — Normal Is The Watchword|
«The Change» by Jon Dee Graham. Played as Veronica and Logan are making out in his Xterra.
«Long Time Coming» by Delays. Played when Duncan is continually visiting Veronica at the Hut and when he leaves her a birthday present.
«Ashes» by Embrace. Played as Weevil gives Veronica a ride and they come across the bus crash.
|#2.02 — Driver Ed|
«Magic Bus» by The Who. Playing in the convenience store when Veronica is asking the clerk about the bus driver’s last meal.
«On Your Porch» by The Format. Playing when Jessie meets her father’s mistress and when Veronica and Duncan sleep together.
«Little Miss Get Around» by Lukewarm Freeda. Playing when Big Dick Casablancas wakes Cassidy up after he fell asleep on the couch watching a surfing video.
«Where Is My Mind?» by The Pixies. Played at the end as Veronica panics that her father can tell that she’s had sex and as Lamb examines the body on the beach.
|#2.03 — Cheatty Cheatty Bang Bang|
«Jeannie With The Light Brown Hair» sung by Mike King. Karaoke song performed by Lars to his girlfriend.
«Love Hurts» by Courtney Taylor-Taylor (of The Dandy Warhols) originally performed by Nazareth. Karaoke song performed next.
«Smoke It» by The Dandy Warhols. Played as Big Dick flees his office.
|#2.04 — Green Eyed Monster|
«Jealous Love» by Robert Cray. Played when Wallace and Jackie are making out and Veronica’s call interrupts them.
«So Jealous» by Tegan and Sara. Played as Veronica fights the urge to check out the files on Meg’s computer.
|#2.05 — Blast From The Past|
«Press Record Then » by Lake Holiday. Played when Jackie and Veronica talk about the psychic.
«No Sleep Tonight» by The Faders. Song played at the homecoming dance.
«Whatever It Takes» by The Faders. Second song played at the homecoming dance.
|#2.06 — Rat Saw God|
|#2.07 — Nobody Puts Baby In A Corner|
«The Nth Degree» by Morningwood. Also played at Gia’s party.
«Run» by Air. Played as Duncan and Veronica are placed in the back of Lamb’s patrol car and through the rest of the episode
|#2.08 — Ahoy Mateys|
«Dakota» by Stereophonics. Playing when Logan pulls a gun on the Fitzpatricks in the River Stix.
«No More Guitars» by The Secondhand Ska Kings. Playing as «Ahoy Mateys» theme song.
«God Is In The Radio» by Queens Of The Stone Age. Playing on «Ahoy Mateys» when Veronica and Mac show up at Clemmons’s door and confront Butters.
«Ocean City Girl» by Ivy. Playing over Duncan’s fantasy about Meg and him reading the letter.
|#2.09 — My Mother, The Fiend|
«Sail Into The Sun» by The Funky Lowlives. Played when Patty and Veronica chatted about Lianne and Jake Kane.
«Walk Idiot Walk» by The Hives. Played during Logan and Weevil’s fight in the bathroom.
«Stumble» by Calla. Played when Mac and Cassidy met at Java the Hut.
«Bright Morning Stars» [AOL ending only]. Played in Meg’s hospital room when Veronica goes in to visit. Strong Richard and Linda Thompson feel, but it doesn’t appear to be them.
|#2.10 — One Angry Veronica|
«The Christmas Song» by Nat King Cole. Played when Keith and Veronica have Christmas dinner.
«Jolly Old St. Nicholas» by APM Library. Played when Keith and Veronica finish Christmas dinner and when Keith gives Veronica her present.
«Edge of the Ocean» by Ivy. Played when Logan watches the Lilly/Aaron tapes.
«Diamond In The Mine» by Holidays On Ice. Played when Keith enters Veronica’s room to give her the bad news.
|#2.11 — Donut Run|
«The Air That I Breathe» by The Hollies. Veronica wallows for her father.
«I Don’t Wanna Wait» by Paula Cole. Veronica wallows with Backup, and Wallace doesn’t like it.
«Four Leaf Clover» by The Old 97′s. Lamb searches for Duncan in Mexico.
«Adelaide» by The Old 97′s. Veronica wallows for reals now, while Duncan rides into the sun.
|#2.12 — Rashard & Wallace Go To White Castle|
«Veronica» sung by Britt Daniel (of Spoon), originally performed by Elvis Costello. Karaoke song performed next.
«Shine More» by Sandra Pires, originally performed by Namie Amuro. Wallace confronts Rashard at the party.
«See The Sun» by Scavone. Wallace finds Jackie with Rashard.
«Better Than That» by Hadas. Monte asks Wallace where Rashard went.
«Ego Trips» by The Catalogue. Monte arrives at the club and his cell phone is switched.
«Jump Around» by House of Pain. Guy Abrutti parties.
«I Summon You» by Spoon. Weevil arrives at school.
|#2.14 — Versatile Toppings|
«This Machine Alone» by The Fighting Brothers McCarthy. Veronica talks to Corny at the pizza shop.
«Cinnamon Sky» by Karin Brennan. Veronica and Corny wait for the blackmailer to call at the pizza shop.
«I Don’t Know» by Starsailor. Hannah tells Logan that he was right about her father.
|#2.15 — The Quick And The Wed|
«I Am The Very Model of Modern Major-General» from the musical The Pirates Of Penzance. Karaoke song in background when Veronica serves Heidi’s friends.
«Lost Art» by Mere Mortals. Logan is in the store and comes out, only to be spat upon.
«Oh My» by Mellowdrone. Veronica checks out the bowling alley.
«Sometimes the Sun» by The Lashes. Veronica finds Heidi with Nick.
|#2.16 — The Rapes Of Graff|
«Crank It Out» by Ari Shine. Later at the party, when Wallace and Veronica talk to their group leader then leave.
«I Know I Know I Know» by Tegan and Sara. Logan and Hannah are at the hotel.
|#2.17 — Plan B|
«Lost Art» by Mere Mortals. Playing in the bar during the Fitzpatricks’ argument.
«If I Were A Storm» by The Wild Seeds. At the Sadie Hawkins Spring Fling.
«Dream World» by Stockton. Shots of various couples at the Sadie Hawkins dance through when Wallace chases Jackie into the parking lot.
«Sway» by The Perishers. Mac and Beaver talk in the parking lot, Veronica saves Logan from Gia with a dance invitation.
«Gravity/Falling Down Again» by Alejandro Escovedo. Shark Field demolition ceremony.
|#2.18 — I Am God|
«Down And Dirty» by Michael Mulholland. Wallace and Veronica spot Rhonda’s sister Nicole in the parking lot.
«One More Time» by Daft Punk. Dream scene where Veronica talks to Peter on the bus.
«I Am God» by The Wannabes. Dream scene where Veronica chats with Cervando and realizes «I Am God» refers to a song.
|#2.19 — Nevermind The Buttocks|
«Treat Her Like A Lady» by Cornelius Brothers and Sister Rose. The song Liam Fitzpatrick was listening to in the Barracuda.
|#2.20 — Look Who’s Stalking|
«Talk To Me» by Paul Taylor & Randi Soyland. Alternaprom, Logan welcomes Dick and his «party pig.»
«I Hear The Bells» by Mike Doughty. Jackie and Wallace leave; Logan’s drunken speech to Veronica.
«All My Life» by DJ Harry. Wallace and Jackie get intimate.
|#2.21 — Happy Go Lucky|
|#2.22 — Not Pictured|
«Virtual Booty Machine» by Lovewhip. Mac & Beaver enter the party.
«Sparks» by The Waking Hours. Beaver chugs «liquid courage».
«G.L.S.» by Salme Dahlstrom. Veronica ask Logan and Dick about Beaver’s whereabouts.
«Stranglehold» by Ted Nugent. Flashback of Curly’s death.
«See My Friends» by Gravenhurst. Cassidy jumps.
«Time Flies Tomorrow» by Paul Westerberg. Logan and Veronica say goodbye as Kendall arrives.
|#3.01 — Welcome Wagon|
«Buttons» by Pussycat Dolls. Plays on Parker’s stereo when Veronica comes looking for Mac.
«Socks and Shoes» by Four Fifty One. The Unwashed’s song.
«I’ve Waited So Long» by Cheryl Murdock. Veronica & Logan grab a meal; Dick gets into trouble.
|#3.02 — My Big Fat Greek Rush Week|
«True Colors» originally by Cyndi Lauper. Veronica is welcomed to Zeta Theta Beta, altered version sung by the sorority girls.
«Sing Low Sweet Chariot». Veronica is rescued by Marjorie, altered version sung by the sorority girls.
«In Tha Den» by Brad Ormand. Veronica arrives at the special invitation party and runs into Dick.
«Escape (The Pina Colada Song)» by Rupert Homes. The prisoners are awakened.
«First movement (Allegro vivace), Symphony No. 41 in C major («Jupiter»), K. 551″ by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart. Veronica confronts R.A. Moe.
|#3.03 — Witchita Linebacker|
«Smoke On The Water» by Deep Purple. Flashback of Kurt and Pop playing the video game ‘Guitar Hero’.
«Hold On, Hold On» by Neko Case. Keith tells Veronica about the problem with Weevil.
«Fidelity» by Regina Spektor. Veronica apologizes to Logan for spying on him.
|#3.04 — Charlie Don’t Surf|
|#3.06 — Hi Infidelity|
«Prince Of Wands» by Douglas Armour. Veronica talks to Piz about Parker.
«I’m Not In Love» by 10cc. Keith’s car accident; end montage.
|#3.07 — Of Vice And Men|
«A Pair of Brown Eyes» by The Pogues. Meryl talks to Danny at the River Stix bar; Liam ‘dances’ with Veronica.
«Captain» by Shapes of Race Cars. Veronica has dinner at the cafeteria & is drugged.
|#3.08 — Lord Of The Pi’s|
«Slipping Away» by The Aeroplanes. Wallace & Veronica discuss the Easter egg numbers.
«Here Comes Peter Cottontail» originally by Steve Nelson & Jack Rollins. Sung by some guys in the cafeteria at Chip’s appearance.
«Poison Cup» by M Ward. Logan watches as Veronica ignores his call.
|#3.09 — Spit & Eggs|
«Have You Never Been Mellow» by Olivia Newton-John. Dean O’Dell’s van is egged by the Lillith House women.
«Sweet Caroline» by The Diamond Smugglers (originally by Neil Diamond). A band performs at the Pi Sig party; Piz dances; Veronica talks to Dick & Bonnie.
«Thank The Lord For The Night Time» by The Diamond Smugglers (originally by Neil Diamond). Band performs; a guy hits on Mac & gives her alcohol; the Safe Ride guys arrive.
«Right Here, Right Now» by Fatboy Slim. At the start of the episode when Veronica flees from someone; repeated as Mercer prepares to rape Carrie.
«Can’t Get Over You» by The Digbees. Logan vandalizes a police car.
|#3.10 — Show Me The Monkey|
«Dos Almas Con Un Corazon» by Matt Hirt & Francisco Rodriguez. The R.A. visits the Cuban room.
«One Week» by Barenaked Ladies. The Canada room.
«Lara’s Theme» by Maurice Jarre. Veronica has an awkward conversation with a guy in the Russian room.
«Fair» by Annuals. Mac asks Bronson to the movies; Veronica & Piz have dinner; Veronica arrives at Logan’s.
«Long, Long Time» by Linda Ronstadt. Keith chats with Professor Landry at a bar.
«Greenland» by Kingsbury Manx. Piz discovers Logan & Veronica are back together.
|#3.11 — Poughkeepsie, Tramps & Thieves|
«Yeah!» by The Golden Dogs. Still dressed in his old uniform, Keith pulls up next to Sheriff Lamb.
«A Thousand Kisses Deep» by Leonard Cohen. Veronica & Logan’s pillow talk about their histories.
«Wheels» by Mark Lanegan. Max’s friends interrupt his time with Wendy.
|#3.12 — There’s Got To Be A Morning After Pill|
«I’ll Take Care Of You» by Mark Lanegan. Dick confronts Logan about Madison.
«Revolution» by The Dirty Secrets. Veronica questions Dick about Nadia.
«No Direction» by Longwave. A drunk Logan leaves Veronica a message.
|#3.13 — Postgame Mortem|
«Too Much To Ask For» by Radio 4. Dick phones Logan to say he’s married.
«What’s Left Of Me» by Nick Lachey. The song dedicated to Veronica plays on the radio.
|#3.14 — Mars, Bars|
«Undone» by Todd Deatherage. The Valentine’s Day Scavenger Hunt starts.
«Lovers Who Uncover» by The Little Ones. Scavenger hunt guy checks out the photos of the ‘Congress of the Cow’ position.
«All I Need» by Billy Martin. Logan & Mac buy condoms.
«Get It Right» by Mink. Scavenger hunt guy view the photos of the team with condoms.
«Lost to The Lonesome» by Pela. The team goes for the final clue.
«Swimmers» by Broken Social Scene. Mac & Bronson ‘crash’.
|#3.16 — Un-American Grafitti|
«Hold On To You» by The Waking Hours. Piz hits on Miranda while she shoots pool.
«13th Floor» by Mere Mortals. Mr. Murphy attempts to bribe Keith.
«The Hard Light» by Mere Mortals. Wallace & Piz help set-up the deputy.
«The Time Of Times» by Badly Drawn Boy. Veronica arrives at Parker’s birthday party.
«And I Was A Boy From School» by Hot Chip. Veronica & Parker; Mac & Max compare schemes.
«Rally» by Phoenix. Veronica asks Piz to be her pretend boyfriend; they kiss.
|#3.17 — Debasement Tapes|
«Power» by Shapes Of Race Cars. Mac & Veronica get lunch & discuss guys.
«Payday» by Cotton Mather. Desmond watches a news story with a My Pretty Pony video clip.
«No Emotion» by Idlewild. Dick talks to Desmond at a party.
«My Before And After» originally by Cotton Mather. Piz & Veronica listen to Desmond’s ‘new crap’ while driving to the concert; repeats as Desmond sings one of his new songs.
«Don’t Take My Sunshine Away» by Sparklehorse. Mac breaks up with Bronson.
|#3.18 — I Know What You’ll Do Next Summer|
«R» by Javelin Boot. Mac & Max have a pizza delivered.
«Dagger Bones» by Los Halos. Piz tells Veronica about his second internship offer.
«National Anthem Of Nowhere» by Apostle Of Hustle. Max & Mac discuss their future.
|#3.19 — Weevile Wobble But They Don’t Fall Down|
«Inside Your Head» by Eberg. Veronica pretends to call Piz from the FBI, they kiss.
|#3.20 — The Bitch Is Back|
«Bad Day» originally by Daniel Powter. Veronica mockingly sings to Domonick.
«Set Out Running» by Neko Case. Veronica stakes out the North Quad newspaper stand.
«It Never Rains In Southern California» by Albert Hammond. Veronica votes Keith for sherriff.