Veronica Mars/The Girl Next Door

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The Girl Next Door
The Girl Next Door
Season 1, Episode 7
Airdate November 9, 2004
Production Number 2T5706
Teleplay by Jed Seidel &
Diane Ruggiero
Story by Jed Seidel
Directed by Nick Marck
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The Girl Next Door is the seventh episode of the first season of Veronica Mars.

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

and Enrico Colantoni (Keith Mars)

Guest Starring: Amanda Seyfried (Lilly Kane), Jessica Chastain (Sarah Williams), Adam Kaufman (André), Steven Williams (Tom Daniels), Bonita Friedericy (Evelyn Bugby), Eve Gordon (Emily), Cameron Bender (Nathan), Deborah Zoe (Joanna)

Co-Starring: John J. York (Randall), Brad Bufanda (Felix Toombs), Duane Daniels (Mr. Clemmons), Brandon Hillock (Deputy Jerry Sacks), Ryan Hansen (Richard "Dick" Casablancas), Patrick Wolff (Hector Cortez), Linda Castro (Mrs. Murphy), Jon Michael Souza (Paramedic)


Plot Overview


Mystery of the Week

One of Veronica's neighbors (Sarah) goes missing and she believes that Sarah's boyfriend may be involved in her disappearance.

Arc Advancement





The Show

  • We find out that Lianne Mars (Lianne Reynolds) graduated Neptune High in 1979. Under her high school yearbook picture it mentions that she was in Tennis, Key Club, Honor Roll and Drama along with a quote by Sophocles, "One word frees us of all the weight of pain of life, that word is love."
  • Veronica finds out that Jake Kane and her mom, were boyfriend and girlfriend in high school and that they were also Prom King and Queen.
  • We learn that Weevil had a relationship with Lilly Kane.

Behind the Scenes

Allusions and References

  • Clue: Clue is a board game set in a mansion where you must solve the murder of Mr. Boddy, the owner of the mansion. There are six players involved, one of them being Professor Plum. In the game, you must state an accusation after obtaining clues as to who murdered Mr. Boddy in the form of <character> in the <room> with the <murder weapon>. This has entered into popular culture in America.
André: A loud thump, hmm that must have been when I cracked her head over with the candlestick and she crumpled to the ground. No wait, that was Professor Plum in the Study.

Memorable Moments