Veronica Mars season 4 ending explained
As Veronica, Kristen Bell has always been the obvious and undisputed heart and soul of the show, infusing the character with depth, grit, and toughness that make her relatable, endlessly watchable, and lovable, even when she’s getting in her own way. However, the cast of characters that surrounds her is equally important.
Veronica’s father, Keith Mars, a P.I. and the once-disgraced sheriff of Neptune, is undoubtedly the most important person in her life, serving as her biggest champion and undying confidante. Played by Enrico Colantoni, Keith is the platonic ideal of a great dad, and thanks to incredible chemistry between him and Bell, their scenes crackle with energy. Bell also shares particularly good — although entirely different — chemistry with Jason Dohring, who plays her on-again, off-again great love Logan, with whom she is firmly in a committed relationship by the beginning of season four. Another returning face crucial to Veronica’s story is Wallace Fennel, played by Percy Daggs III, who befriends an unwilling Veronica during the pilot and remains her best friend from that day forward. These three characters make up the core of the show, but with supporting players like bad boy Weevil (Francis Capra), computer expert Mac (Tina Majorino, who did not appear in season four), and absurd rich boy Dick Casablancas (Ryan Hansen), the world of Neptune feels as full as ever, no matter how much time might have passed.