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‘Veronica Mars’ Season 4 Ends With an Explosive, Game-Changing Shocker

Warning: Spoiler alert! Do not proceed if you have not watched all eight episodes of Veronica Mars season four on Hulu. This story contains massive spoilers from the final hour.

Are you sitting down, Marshmallows, because that just happened.

Veronica Mars pulled one over on everyone in the final minutes of the season four finale, when Logan Echolls (Jason Dohring), the arrogant rich kid-turned-responsible military man, met his unexpected end in explosive fashion, dying as a result of a detonated bomb inconspicuously placed in the backseat of Veronica’s car by bombing culprit Penn Epner (Patton Oswalt). If only Veronica had remembered it was street cleaning day and moved her car (a running joke all season that tragically paid off in the final episode), maybe this would’ve never happened.

Logan’s death — and yes, he’s very much dead; sorry LoVe fans, we’re grieving over here too — is a stunning creative gamble by creator Rob Thomas, whose intention behind killing the beloved character off was to introduce a potential new direction for Veronica Mars should the franchise be so lucky to get another season. Basically more noir, less white picket fence. 

But how did Logan meet his end? Let’s recap the last few minutes…

After a failed proposal, baby talk and discussions about their future, Veronica (Kristen Bell) and Logan finally took their roller-coaster romance to the next level, getting married at the Neptune, California, courthouse with only Veronica’s best friend, Wallace (Percy Daggs III), and her dad, Keith Mars (Enrico Colantoni), as witnesses to their union. The moment was a long time coming for the couple, who began as enemies, but quickly became something more, their spicy love/hate relationship keeping everyone on their toes. 

There were several red herrings along the way that threatened Veronica and Logan’s future, from an ill-timed reunion between Logan and his college ex, Parker (Julie Gonzalo), to a

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