Cultural References

BFF (Words, Sayings, and Slogans)

"Can I help you with something?"
"I hope so. Um, my friend Julie, it's her sweet sixteen tomorrow and I wanted to change her screen saver to say happy birthday, like, as a surprise, but I don't know her password. I was told I could get it from you. She won't mind, I promise. We're, like, total BFFs."

BFF iz, like, the kewl Internet chat-room abbreviation 4 "Best Friends Forever." If U R 2 lazy to rite words, then this iz the way 2 go. Veronica pretends 2 B that dum when talking 2 Neptune's IT guy.

1.08 "Like a Virgin"

"Wallace, if you do this for me, we'll be best friends forever. Come on, don't you want us to be BFF?"
"All right, all right. But the next time we hang out, you gotta actually hang out."
"You can B your own FF. I'm retired...What's all this?"
"Casting call for Tom Cruz with a Z. Apparently, he has changed his name."

Veronica is being serious this time when she calls Wallace her best friend forever. Too bad she can't sit down long enough to enjoy a movie with him without talking shop. Detective shop, that is. When Wallace helps Veronica on a case, he discovers that being friends with her comes at a higher price than his reputation is willing to pay. But like a true friend, his decision lasts all of two seconds. Those two crazy kids, they can't make it without each other.

1.15 "Ruskie Business"

"No, Dick, my BFF."

The term "BFF" stands for "best friends forever," and has evolved from something tweenage girls wrote in yearbooks to their best friends of the moment to become more mainstream, popular with people who used to be tweenage girls, but are now older, and are using it to be ironic. It's also used sarcastically, as Logan uses it, meaning "not only are we not best friends forever, I haven't talked to him in months."

3.01 "Welcome Wagon"
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