Veronica didn't have a lot of time to sit and commiserate over her heartbreak because she was busy trying to figure out who slipped the abortion pill RU486 into a coed's drink. Remember the days when all you had to worry about were date rape drugs? Well, now you have to worry about the unhappy father-to-be slipping you abortion pills so he can shrug off the responsibilities that impending parenthood brings! But wait -- the two possible daddies are in the clear because it turns out that Bonnie's roommate slipped her the pill. She was worried about her best friend because she didn't want her to be tied down to someone for the rest of her life. Too bad she forgot to consult the mommy-to-be. Now this, Veronica, is something that you can never forgive. Can you imagine how violated and upset you would be even if you weren't sure that you were ready to have a child?!! Someone else made that decision for Bonnie. The good news is, the entire experience taught Veronica that anger does nothing to help you heal, and thus, Madison's new Benz was saved from the cubing machine.
If you missed last night's excellent hour ("There's Got to be a Morning After Pill"), watch it for free at cwtv.com or download it for $1.99 from iTunes. All of the pictures in this edition are courtesy of vm-caps.com.
WANT TO WIN A WALK-ON ROLE ON "VERONICA MARS" AND HELP A GOOD CAUSE AT THE SAME TIME??
U.S. Vets, the largest non-profit in the country serving homeless veterans, is giving you the opportunity to win a walk-on role in a scene with series star Kristen Bell. From the press release:
Veronica Mars has provided a non-speaking, walk-on role opportunity in support of U.S. VETS. This role will be on one of the final episodes of Season 3 of Veronica Mars, filmed in San Diego, CA. The role is guaranteed to have direct interaction with Veronica, and you will get to meet the cast and crew. This opportunity will be available for as many tickets ($25/each) as you want to purchase. Cut off date is February 16, 2007.
An airline round-trip ticket will be provided from any city in the continental U.S. that is served by Southwest Airlines. The winner will be picked up at the airport in San Diego and taken directly to the set.
The date of the taping will take place sometime in February or March and will be chosen by the winner and the producers.
The entry form is available on the U.S.VETS website, www.usvetsinc.org. The winner will be notified the week of February 19th, and an announcement will be posted on the U.S. VETS website.
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