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Veronica Mars, Anti-Fur Centerfold?

Veronica Mars, Anti-Fur Centerfold?

The animal rights movement has hit fictional Neptune, California. In the most recent episode of Veronica Mars, the teen private eye is hired to track down a research monkey, stolen by militant animal rights group PHAT (People for Humane Animal Treatment). In the course of her investigation she infiltrates a student animal rights group, dupes a Ted Nugent-like character into donning a ‘Meat Is Murder’ sweatshirt, and is asked to pose nude for an anti-fur calendar. (She was being punked on that last one. Even fictional animal rights activists like to make fun of PETA.) Thankfully, when it’s all over, Veronica, played by real-life vegetarian Kristen Bell, earns true animal rights bona fides without having to violate her no-nudity clause.


  1. Comment by

    Laura Leslie

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    April, I thought about posting this, but you beat me to it!

    It was good to see an (apparently) sane and respectable vegan character on TV. I was really disillusioned at VM’s crappy, stereotypical portrayal of feminist activists earlier in the season (faking rapes to get a frat shut down?), but the heroic vegans have redeemed it a bit.

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    I was so super-excited when the episode aired and I figured you’d be hankering to blog about it, too! Looks like we might even have a recurring character with Mac’s new love interest! (Until he murders someone or is found out to be involved in some sort of Neptune conspiracy, that is…)

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    Patrick Kwan

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    You can watch the entire episode online here. It’s cheesy, but cute and sweet and packs a good message!