"I’m pretty worried about the premise of the second book, Mr. Kiss and Tell. It’s about sexual assault and it seems to have a tie-in with season 3. And we all know how much everyone hate season 3 fake-rape plot. I understand this whole thing is a noir piece, and I understand, it’s how the world work, and the book is basically exposing that world. But I’m still worried."
"Listen, no matter what… Kristen will always choose Piz. She will never change her mind, and she is entitled to her opinion. But at least (now) she understands the dynamic relationship between Logan and Veronica and knows that her character is perfect with Logan. I am just glad that now she can separate her own personal preference with her character.”
"I don’t think Veronica is a very self-aware character, but I think she think she is. She seems to view herself in a certain way at various stages in her life (sweet sheltered popular girl, street wise outsider, jaded intellectual college student) and try to avoid evidence to the contrary. I think one of the reasons she acted embarrassed of Logan at the start of season 3 was that she loved him, but being the kind of girl who would love a guy who acted like Logan and had his interests didn’t fit who she thought of herself as being."
"The only complaint I have about season three, is that we didn’t really see much of Wallace and Veronica’s friendship. Like season one and two Veronica and Wallace were basically inseparable and I fell madly in love with their friendship. So in season three we barely saw that friendship at all. Overall, I like season three a lot, but because of that big problem for me, it’s probably my least favorite season!"
"A lot of people think that Veronica is ashamed of Logan or doesn’t trust him because of the way she acts when he comes to dinner with Keith in season 3. I like to think that she is so much more scared and nervous than she was about Piz or Duncan because she actually cares if Keith likes Logan. He is the one that’s really important to her. I don’t think she would have cared one way or the other if Keith had liked Piz."