“I’m all for LoVe but this Piz hate is ridiculous. As much as I love Logan and Veronica, Veronica being with him was an emotional rollercoaster for her. With Piz, it’s nice, uncomplicated, and easy. That’s not hard to notice. Hell Veronica even asked him about it at the party. His response was “No one writes songs about the ones that come easy.” Frankly after everything Veronica has been through, she deserves easy.”
"One thing I liked about episode 318 is the parallel between Veronica’s and Logan’s relationships at the time. How Logan planned his trip to South America and it never hit him it could bother Parker, and the same with Veronica and her internship. She couldn’t care less it was in Virginia and away from Piz, while of course he did care just as Parker did with Logan. I’m thinking it would have been different if LoVe was still together."
“The episode where Veronica hides out in Wallace’s room always rubbed me the wrong way. I think had the shoe been on the other foot and Logan had stayed overnight with a girl who had asked him out and subtly disrespected his relationship with Veronica, she would have assumed the worst or at best, not let him hear the end of it. And yes, Logan knew Piz had a thing for Veronica – that was made clear on bowling night. And yet Logan only asked about it after they were broken up and even then simply asked – he didn’t make her wrong. No question he definitely had his issues, but in this case, I felt Veronica disrespected her own relationship and Logan’s trust in her.”
“I don’t think that Ryan Devlin was just visiting the set in those behind the scenes pictures, I think that he is in the movie and that maybe Mercer had something to do with the murder of Logan’s girlfriend.”
Note: Officially, he was there as a guest and to promote This Bar Saves Lives. Beyond that, who knows. And check out THIS theory too!
“This may be controversial, but the Madison debacle in S3 frustrated me. First (not condoning Logan) it felt like it was a trite way to break them up. Second, to me V was hypocritical as she forgave her friends, father and Duncan for their indiscretions and faults pretty readily. Lastly, M (crazy bitch that she was) didn’t drug V - she was actually a potential victim too and she seemed surprised that the drink was laced. It felt like a forced plot twist opposed to the earlier break.”
“I’m watching VM Season 3 over again. One. I want to know what Dick did to show up at Logan’s crying saying that he did something terrible. Two. I don’t blame Piz for the sex tape and I feel like other people wouldn’t blame him if we found out more about him. I hope that we find out more about him in the movie. Three. I’m tired of watching Logan and Veronica get back together and break up again and again. It’s not working, guys.”
Note: Dick was referring to his brother, that he did something terrible to him and regretting it. But it was left ambiguous to make him a suspect for the mystery.
“I thought it was strange that Veronica held onto Duncan’s clothes for so many months after he left. Seemed random to me. Maybe it was simply for the shirt symbolism - Duncan to Logan to Piz. But it strikes me as an odd choice on her part - almost like she didn’t really move on from Duncan. Why else would you hang onto your ex’s clothes for so long?”
"I am pretty wary and annoyed when everyone says that the series finale was the worst finale ever. It’s pretty obvious they don’t GET the noir concept. Not everything has to be neat and tidy with a pretty bow. Yes, it sucks that LoVe didn’t get together. Or Keith lost the election. But I thought it was a good noir ending. It was dark and real. Not everything is about happy ending. If you want happy ending, go watch Gossip Girl."
“As annoying as the Piz propping and Logan bashing in the movie promotion has been, I think about how if Duncan was the other love interest in the movie instead of Piz the people involved with the show would have gone on and on about how well they thought Duncan treated Veronica and what a perfect boyfriend they thought Duncan was, and the Piz propping doesn’t seem so bad in comparison.”
“I really don’t like that they are starting the story with Piz and Veronica together. I suspect that LoVe is the end game, but that means she’s giving up a 10 year relationship to be with Logan. If she’s been with Piz for that long I don’t want to see her throw it away, it doesn’t seem in character. I’m totally team Logan, but I would just hate for it to happen that way.”
Note: I already posted Rob Thomas’ announcement HERE. He said that Pizonica reconnected in the movie, not in a decade long relationship.