Okay: Vewluna Mars Hulu's season 4 has been out for eight hours. You were able to watch it and totally go crazy. It's time to talk about the end …
If you have not seen every episode of the new season of Veronica Mars including the final, and you do not want to be spoiled, please close this now. Because some of the most important things happen at the end of this season and we are about to unpack it.
Logan offers Veronica the premiere of the season, but it immediately turns it off, the feedback to the first line of the show's initial show: "Never marry." (This line was deleted from the pilot's version, including the detachment currently being played on Hulu, but in the seventh episode of the eight-episode season, however, she changed her mind and decided she was still ready to marry, and the finale exchanges the rings of Logan and Veronica at a small ceremony in the City Hall after Veronica and Keith caught Neptune's bombing in the spring
(The bomber, by the way, was Pen, which seemed to me to be a threat right away when he became the chief suspect of Veronica, an episode before I expect to catch bo (1965)
But then, we cut off Logan and Veronica for the honeymoon, and Logan ran out to move his car to clean the street ("I'm gonna shoot," my guy said, a companion) and Veronica opens the window to continue talking to him as well as he ("He will be shot!" "my companion said more urgently.)
As they speak, Veronica remembers the irritating lynchon that Bomber Pen left her, hinting where his next bomb would be planted – and she suddenly realizes that the bomb is in the trunk of her car and is scheduled to go off right now .
Before he could do anything more than Logan's name, the car exploded. And then we cut a mournful Veronica who drove the streets of Neptune one year later.
This is a shocking turn, ending with a television season, which up to now was a more pleasant eyebrow lifting than a jaw. In Logan's murder, Thomas got rid of the hero who developed the biggest fanbase of everyone in support during Veronica Mars's original run . And he has made death permanent.
We'll have a lot to say about this plot – including a talk with Rob Thomas – on Monday at Vox.com.