"That Backer in the behind the scene of the movie was annoying when she bashed Logan in order to prop Piz. She was entitled to her opinion, but the way that the documentary was focusing on her instead of being objective was also pissing me off. I am not saying this as a Logan defender or whatever, but clearly the whole concept of a love triangle as a promotion reached its peak when NOBODY wanted to defend Piz except that one backer, so she got a lot of focus.”

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"I think that Piz ruined everything for Veronica and Logan, and if he had been the rapist, it would’ve brought them closer and been a more interesting plot twist than it being Mercer."

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"It annoys me that until this day, some people still don’t realize what kind of douche Piz was in season 3. They still insist that after the movie that Veronica made a mistake of dumping Piz because he was such a nice guy. Holy shit, please open your eyes that Piz was not as nice that everyone claimed."

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"Watching the movie I felt that Piz was frustrated with Veronica before Logan’s call. I think the meeting with his parents was, in his mind, was a sort of ultimatum: prove that the last year of putting law school and your career first was a fluke by choosing my parent over work or studying for the bar for a few days, but he never really articulated that to Veronica in a way she realized it. So when she called she thought it would be first or second strike against her in his mind, not the last."

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"I really need Veronica and Piz to get back together in the next book. I feel like Logan is just going to hurt her again, and Piz is so nice and respectable!"

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"I think my main problem with the Season 3 Piz story line is that it ultimately shows how the guys handle being ‘friendzoned’, especially if it’s from a girl who is already dating somebody."

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"I like to believe that Veronica and Piz only got back together a year or so before the movie. I just feel if they’d actually been together for 10 years they would have taken the next step."

Note: Rob already confirmed that they were together for a year before the movie

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"I can’t believe that Rob killed four characters in the movie alone. And they are pretty much are not minor characters… I can’t imagine how many and which characters he would kill off in the next books/series/movies. I hope not my favorite characters…"

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"I actually laughed when I found out that Chris Lowell is going to play "Chris Lowell" instead of Piz."

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Play It Again, Dick: A Veronica Mars Web Series

Exclusive: Kristen Bell, Jason Dohring, and a dozen other Veronica Mars alums will co-star in Play It Again, Dick.

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When Play It Again, Dick — a web series revolving around Ryan Hansen’s fan favorite Veronica Mars character, Dick Casablancas — was announced in January 2014, creator Rob Thomas described the project like this: “The web series will have more in common with Party Down tonally, but it will be about Ryan Hansen, or at least a version of Ryan Hansen, deciding to capitalize on the current Veronica Mars heat to get his own series on the air. He’ll try to pull his actor pals into the venture with varying degrees of success.”

In the subsequent seven months, Thomas has been silent on the series. But with filming on the eight-episode series recently completed, BuzzFeed can now reveal the actors who will join Ryan Hansen — who plays Dick Casablancas and a fictionalized version of himself — in the super-meta series.

Kristen Bell as Veronica Mars and Kristen Bell

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The Rob Thomas-penned web series revolves around a fictional Veronica Mars spin-off that Hansen has “written” as a star vehicle for himself titled Play It Again, Dick. Like almost everyone involved, Bell plays a slightly skewed version of herself who has — begrudgingly — agreed to reprise her role as the titular sleuth for Hansen’s spin-off.

Jason Dohring as Logan Echolls and Jason Dohring

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Enrico Colantoni as Keith Mars and Enrico Colantoni

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Percy Daggs III as Wallace Fennel and Percy Daggs III

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Daran Norris as Cliff McCormack and Daran Norris

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Francis Capra as Eli “Weevil” Navarro and Francis Capra

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Kyle Gallner as Cassidy “Beaver” Casablancas and Kyle Gallner

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Christopher B. Duncan as Clarence Wiedman and Christopher B. Duncan

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Ryan Devlin as Duncan Kane and Ryan Devlin

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No, that’s not a typo: Devlin, who played rapist Mercer Hayes in the third season, returns to replace Teddy Dunn as Veronica’s former paramour Duncan Kane in Hansen’s ridiculously bizarre detective series.

Chris Lowell as Chris Lowell

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Lowell is one of the few alums returning to play a single character.

Ken Marino as Ken Marino

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Likewise, Marino will only play himself and not sleazy private eye Vinnie Van Lowe.

Amanda Noret as Madison Sinclair

She’s only appearing in the show-within-a-show as Madison, rather than as a fictionalized version of herself. (Yes, this is getting super complicated.)

Lisa Thornhill as Celeste Kane

As is the case with Noret, Thornhill will play the prickly Celeste Kane in the show-within-a-show.

And there are two new faces as well!

Robert Buckley and Rose McIver, stars of Rob Thomas’ new series, iZombie, also guest star on Play It Again, Dick. Buckley plays flamboyant choreographer Gaston, who ends up replacing Jason Dohring as Logan Echolls in Hansen’s detective procedural, while McIver plays both “Skank With Attitude” and “Horny Mourner.”

The series will also feature Wesley Chan, Philip Wang, and Chris Dinh, as well as Mark Pedowitz, president of The CW, and Thom Sherman, The CW’s head of development.

This is a lot to process.

Play It Again, Dick premieres the week of Sept. 15 on CW Seed.

BuzzFeed Staff

Note: To be clear, this is not a full series. The web series will have 8-10 minutes each episode, and it will be in a documentary parody style where the actors will play themselves. If you are familiar with Party Down, you will know there will be some dark comedy ahead.

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"I am so disappointed that it seems we didn’t reach the box office numbers that the WB wanted. I’m guessing they are postponing any kind of plans for Veronica Mars series or movies."

Note: We’re going to get a second book (Mr. Kiss and Tell) and a web series (Play It Again, Dick) this year alone

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"When Veronica said that Piz was like Sexual Sharknado in bed, I was laughing so hard because I don’t think that was a compliment."

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"I never liked Piz and Veronica or Piz really… Nevertheless, I hope he finds happiness. I don’t care what Veronica may have said about loving Piz. Even in the show their relationship only felt like a place holder until she got back with Logan. I hate Piz but I think he deserves better than Veronica. I mean if she really loved Piz she wouldn’t have screwed Logan against a column the night he broke up with her. I want Piz to be happy! Just not with Veronica."

Note: Check out THIS and THIS submissions

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"I find that Piz’s and Veronica’s relationship, both in the movie and season 3 was kind of odd. I understand how in season 3 she wanted a break from all the drama, and she just wanted a nice boy. But their relationship didn’t seem like one that would last in the long run."

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