Veronica Mars/Silence of the Lamb

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Silence of the Lamb
Season 1, Episode 11
Airdate January 4, 2005
Production Number 2T5709
Written by Jed Seidel &
Dayna Lynne North
Directed by John Kretchmer
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Silence of the Lamb is the eleventh episode of the first season of Veronica Mars.

Starring: Kristen Bell (Veronica Mars), Percy Daggs III (Wallace Fennel), Teddy Dunn (Duncan Kane) (credit only), Jason Dohring (Logan Echolls) (credit only), Francis Capra (Eli "Weevil" Navarro)

and Enrico Colantoni (Keith Mars)

Guest Starring: Tina Majorino (Cindy "Mac" Mackenzie), Michael Muhney (Sheriff Don Lamb), Max Greenfield (Deputy Leo D'Amato), Aaron Paul (Eddie Laroche), Steve Monroe (Gabe), Christopher B. Duncan (Clarence Wiedman), Carlie Westerman (Lauren Sinclair)

Co-Starring: Jeff Rector (Mayor), Katie Leclerc (Crystal), Amber Ojeda (Jasmine), Michael Drummond (Ryan), Michael Canaan (Vic Sciafarra), Justin Lang (Shane), Misty Connelly (Kelly), Brandon Hillock (Deputy Jerry Sacks), Courtney Gebhart (Natalie Mackenzie), Deanna Driscoll (Distraught Woman), David Kyl-Brown (Bass Player), David Grant Wright (Sam Mackenzie), Erin Cronican (Security Guard), Jared Hillman (Jackson), Amanda Noret (Madison Sinclair), Bridget Hoffman (Ellen Sinclair)


Plot Overview


Mystery of the Week

Veronica digs up dirt on a bunch of students' parents, but it's Mac who has the biggest conundrum: her parents were awarded $1,000,000 in a settlement with the hospital where she was born. Turns out her family wasn't the only one; she was sent home with the wrong family, and the parents of the switched children decided to keep the ones they had and never tell, since they didn't find out until some time afterwards. Mac realizes she should be living Lauren Sinclair's rich-kid life.

Lilly Kane's Murder

  • Clarence Weidman, head of security at Kane Software, made the anonymous call that led to Abel Koontz's arrest.

Lianne Mars's Disappearance

  • Nothing new.

Veronica's Rape

  • Nothing new.

Arc Advancement





The Show

Behind the Scenes

Allusions and References

Memorable Moments