And, to add insult to injury, her mother Lianne turns to drinking and eventually vanishes, leaving Veronica a note saying she'll be back for her someday.Then, as the first episode actually begins, Veronica reluctantly befriends new transfer student Wallace Fennel (Percy Daggs III).Our Word of the Year choice serves as a symbol of each year’s most meaningful events and lookup trends.
In the meanwhile, she pursues her own investigations: Who killed Lilly Kane? The Driving Questions of Season One have just been covered.
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The Kanes are practically royalty in Neptune; Lilly and Duncan's father, Jake Kane, is a software billionaire, and the largest employer in town; when his company went public, their became millionaires.
It may just be popularity by association, but Veronica's life is pretty good. Duncan dumps Veronica so abruptly, and so seemingly out of the blue, that she has no idea she's been dumped until Lilly tells her; days later, Lilly is found dead, her head bashed in.
Season Two opens with a schoolbus crash that kills or injures several of Veronica's classmates, with the Marses suspecting foul play and attempting to unravel the complicated motivations behind it; additionally, Logan is implicated in the slaying of a PCHer, Felix Toombs, who was found dead after an altercation which left both Logan and Weevil unconscious.