Veronica Mars: Season 3 (2006 - 2007)

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Season 3
Veronica Mars

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The third season of Veronica Mars continues to highlight the show's simple brilliance, offering more of the witty banter and quote-worthy dialogue the series is known for.

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Critic Ratings: 18

91%

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User Ratings: 227

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Air date: Oct 3, 2006

Veronica, Logan, Wallace and Mac head to college, where Veronica helps Wallace's roommate when his belongings are stolen.

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Air date: Oct 10, 2006

The campus newspaper hires Veronica to do an undercover expose on the Zeta Theta sorority during rush week to investigate Parker's rape.

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Air date: Oct 17, 2006

A campus football player hires Veronica to find his stolen playbook before the next practice; Dean O'Dell (Ed Begley Jr.) threatens to expel Veronica.

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Air date: Oct 24, 2006

Logan enlists Veronica's help in sorting through his financial records when he is informed that his inheritance is running low; Harmony (Laura San Giacomo) hires Keith to investigate her cheating husband.

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Air date: Oct 31, 2006

The underground campus casino is robbed on Halloween, while Veronica is looking for Logan; Dean O'Dell and his wife want Keith to help track down the biological father of Mindy's son.

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Air date: Nov 7, 2006

Veronica tries to clear herself after being accused of plagiarizing her paper for her criminology class; Dean O'Dell pardons Wallace for cheating on his exam but makes a decision that could affect his college career.

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Air date: Nov 14, 2006

Keith's ongoing relationship with his client (Laura San Giacomo) disappoints Veronica; when Veronica goes to Wallace and Piz's dorm room for some quiet time, Logan seeks her help in clearing Mercer (Ryan Devlin) of rape charges.

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Air date: Nov 21, 2006

Selma Rose (Patricia Hearst), the wealthy granddaughter of Hearst College's founder, mysteriously disappears the night before she is to cast a swing vote that will determine the fate of the Greek system on campus.

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Air date: Nov 28, 2006

Dean O'Dell (Ed Begley Jr.) reinstates the Greek system on campus; Veronica, Mac, Wallace and Piz attend a party armed with coasters designed to test for drugs in their peers' drinks.

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Air date: Jan 23, 2007

Veronica takes a job helping animal researchers track down a missing monkey; Mindy O'Dell (Jaime Ray Newman) asks Keith to investigate Dean O'Dell's death.

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Cast & Crew

Kristen Bell
Veronica Mars

Actor
Percy Daggs III
Wallace Fennel

Actor
Francis Capra
Eli "Weevil" Navarro

Actor
Enrico Colantoni
Keith Mars

Actor
Tina Majorino
Cindy "Mac" Mackenzie

Actor
Ryan Hansen
Dick Casablancas

Actor
Julie Gonzalo
Parker Lee

Actor
Chris Lowell
Stosh "Piz" Piznarkski

Guest Star
Jason Dohring
Logan Echolls

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James Jordan
Tim Foyle

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Cher Ferreyra
Fern Delgado

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Brandon Hillock
Deputy Jerry Sacks

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Adam Rose
Max

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Ed Begley Jr.
Cyrus O'Dell

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Krista Kalmus
Claire Nordhouse

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Chastity Dotson
Nish Sweeney

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Patrick Fabian
Professor Hank Landry

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David Tom
Chip Diller

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Michael Muhney
Sheriff Don Lamb

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Joel Silver
Executive Producer
Rob Thomas
Executive Producer
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Critic Reviews for Veronica Mars: Season 3

Audience Reviews for Veronica Mars: Season 3

  • Dec 18, 2021
    Love the show but hate Veronica Mars so much it's crazy. She just does whatever she wants and manipulates entire universe all the time and gets away with everything like some sort of Marvel superhero. It does not make any sense. Also, she's only like, 17? The lead is so hateful, not charming at all however the show is witty and full of mysteries and I like that.
  • Nov 14, 2020
    We started watching in 2020 and got hooked on it. What starts at a show for a younger crowd becomes very intense and exciting after just a few episodes. The relationships portrayed are well done, especially the nearly destructive love for Logan. Season 4 was a real treat and we hope that Hulu considers a season 5. The fanbase is growing even after 16 years.
  • Jan 30, 2020
    Season 3, though it is still great, is not as good as the two previous season. Thankfully the movie and season 4 makes up for this less than awesome season.
  • Jan 06, 2020
    BEST SERIES EVER.Months later I'm still gutted about the ending of season 4. BRING HIM BACK!!! the creator says that we would stop watching if the show was based on romance and wants to focus on the crime solving. DONT THEY KNOW THE MAIN ATTRACTION TO THE SHOW IS VERONICAS ANS LOGANS LOVE STORY?? PLEASE UNDO THIS. we won't even be mad if he just magically walks back into the house. Just please bring him back or a lot of fans aren't going to watch anymore.
  • Jul 27, 2019
    Starting off this season I was not sure how I felt about Veronica and Logan's relationship; however, by the end it got me sobbing. The antagonist this season was quite unsuspecting and I wasn't only shocked but a bit disappointed in myself for dismissing them as innocent. I could not think of a better mystery to end the show, but maybe a happy ending for Veronica is too much to ask?
  • Apr 28, 2018
    Kristen Bell returns for the 3rd and final season of the super sleuth investigator Veronica is off to college hoping to start anew Logan and Veronica have gotten back together, Wallace and Mack follow, her father Keith is handling a case of his own and on top of that there's a rapist on campus shaving girls' heads that Veronica is pressured to solve along with the murder of a university staff member First she has to circle around thieves, plagiarizing, animal rights activists, hookers, murdered coaches etc Plus a new college buddy named Piz has a big interest in her, maybe romantically which could change things for her and Logan A girl named Parker becomes her friend too under the most unusual of circumstances Weevil is having employment problems as well Logan even finds out something his father has been keeping from him Sadly we lose a fun supporting character amidst all this secrecy this season actually gets back to the spirit of Season 1 with all the fun cases to solve and the surprising throwbacks the finale seems like it's a big finish but it will leave a lot of fans unsatisfied since it feels not properly wrapped up, it's a shame the show ended when it did considering it could have covered so much more ground 3 seasons done and so many ups and downs for Veronica have left her a changed person so what's next? another season or possibly a Hollywood production? time will tell.... glad to say I enjoyed Kristen Bell for the entire program's run
  • Aug 03, 2015
    Okay better late than never, but I had to post this review. Veronica Mars is an excellent TV Series, and of course I’m soon to put up the review on the Veronica Mars movie too. Veronica Mar TV-Series has all of the key elements to be a great show, and that it did become. The show has a constant growing cast which truly for the most part fit the bill of the show and they tend to fill the character they portray well too. The story starting out with it’s point of origin continued through most all of the series while each episode was bringing to light even more investigations for Veronica and her father to take care. What I liked most about the show is how it always kept true to each instance. In each episode we found out more on some cases as they progressed as well as it would calmly bring in a new one which always kept things interesting. I’ve became quite the fan of this series and have added it to my physical collection of movies.
  • Oct 23, 2014
    witty banter from believable characters dealing with real-world issues and dilemmas encapsulated in a high school microcosm. My only disappointment was that the ending is so open - but life is full of unfinished business, so it was probably the right approach.
  • Jun 20, 2014
    Veronica Mars struggles in its third season as it attempts to adjust to a new network and a post-high school setting. This season Veronica is off to Hearst College, where she's drawn back into her detective ways when her friend's roommate becomes the victim of a serial rapist. Unfortunately, the change in setting is accompanied by some major cast changes, and the new cast just isn't as good. This shakeup also effects the character dynamics, and not for the better. Still, the show continues to deliver smart and compelling mysteries of the week and multi-episode arcs. And, several notable guest stars, including Dan Castellaneta, Laura San Giacomo, and Paul Rudd, make appearances. Though it's entertaining and fun, Season 3 of Veronica Mars is uneven and lacks the clarity of vision that the previous seasons had.
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  • Mar 20, 2014
    I love this show, love this season. Love it all!

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