Please tell me you watched VM last night. It was too funny! Who would've thunk that Butters was into Mac? What does the Beave have to say?
I just thought the pairing was funny since the whole premise of last night's episode was dark. Ronnie was questioned (again) by the prosecution, Duncan is being framed for Lilly's murder (again), Kendall is in cahoots with the Fitzpatricks (I saw that coming) and Weevil saves the day of the PCHers and severing his ties with them once and for all (love it).
Now what do we have in store for the next couple of days? Here's Ausiello and Spoilerfix to give you some deets:
Any scoop on Veronica Mars? — Kim
Ausiello: As you may have heard, the prom gets canceled after a bunch of seniors get drunk on a class trip. That prompts Logan to host his own prom. "I can't tell you how pleased I am with all of our 'alterna-prom' material," Rob Thomas says of next week's episode. "I think fans will really enjoy it. My favorite scene may be the elevator ride up to prom, which includes Veronica, Mac, Butters, Corny, Dick and Madison."
04/18 - Enrico Colantoni reveals: I'm guessing [we won't see more of the Alicia/Keith relationship.] There's [a] badass fight I have with Liam Fitzpatrick played by Rob Rowland later on [this season]. This fight is pretty much a one happening thing. You'll see it. It's really quite cool. And then I don't know if he comes back next season or not, because we're already on the last episode. And I know Liam isn't back in the last one. Source: IGN
Oh, before I leave the VM chappie of this post, did you know "Butters" was on Gilmore Girls?
Which is a perfect segue to last night's ep: Lane and Zach tying the knot.
I thought the whole chaos in the Kim home was hilarious. Mama Kim afraid of her mom? Hiding stuff under the boards? Kyuon double dressing like Lane? The sex talk between Lane and Mrs. Kim? Totally worth watching.
Zach liking the traditional Korean wedding outfit totally reminded me of Liz's husband and the whole stocking fetish, however.
I also liked (however embarrassed) for Lorelai when she drunkenly went on and on about Lane being married and that she'd never be married. It was a painful scene. I am glad that there were no cameras on Lor's speech. Chris and Rory should've pulled her off stage sooner. Ugh.
However, how cute that Chris is there, again, to the rescue?
I was watching GG on ABC Family this morning and was watching the ep when Lorelai severs her ties with the Gilmores, including Chris, and Luke not liking it. Somehow, I bregrudgingly admit that the person Lorelai is in her relationship with Luke was cemented in that episode: giving Luke "time" to adjust to things, and that she would be the dedicated girlfriend.
Honey, it doesn't work that way. You should've told Luke what's wrong. Trust me, it's all right.
Lastly, how beaten Logan looked! And he's still graduating? I mean, unless he was like Finn who would probably graduate because he shagged his way to the top at Yale, Logan is in no shape to graduate, finish his final requisites to cross the stage. And Rory running to his side? *Sigh* Someone needs to brain the stupid child for being childish.