Who's Who of Veronica Mars — 2


The anonymous person who sent Woody Goodman an email saying "Kill incorporation or else" and an audio file of Marcos Oliveres and Peter Ferrer saying that Woody was a pedophile. Who was the anonymous person? Was it Lucky? Perhaps we can discern some clues from those numbers. Let's see.... Twenty-two is an important number in numerology. There are 22 letters in the Hebrew alphabet and 22 Major Arcana in Tarot. Plus, it's only one number off from 23, an important number in Discordianism. Sixty-seven is an irregular and lucky prime number and also the atomic number of holmium. Ninety is a unitary perfect number and a pronic number and also the code for international direct dial to Turkey. Eighty-eight is a palindromic, a primitive semiperfect, and untouchable number and also the number of constellations in the sky. It's also a code for Heil Hitler (H being the 8th letter of the alphabet) and the amount of miles per hour the deLorean in Back to the Future had to get to to travel in time. What does this say about the anonymous sender of the email? That he likes numerology, math, holmium, turkey, constellations, Michael J. Fox, and is a Nazi? Well, okay, probably not. It probably means we just have a lot of time on our hands. These numbers (unlike Lost's) don't mean a thing in 2.21 "Happy Go Lucky."



Either a spin-off of The 4400 in real-time format, or more likely, the impressive SAT score and nickname of a student. One of the secret conspirators of the Castle foolishly reveals one of the other pledges when addressing Wallace by this nickname. This gives Veronica Mars the unique opportunity to follow "2400" to the secret society's extremely secretive headquarters and unmask their slightly hobolicious head honcho. (No offense, Jake, but the last few years really haven't been kind on you. Must be karma.) 2400 proves to be the key to the Castle in 3.20 "The Bitch Is Back."



Lab rat monkey. His was destined to be a short life, filled with experimental pills, lab tests, and ending in an autopsy performed to determine the effectiveness of said pills. But his charming personality and alleged ability to play "Chopsticks" let 25 be put in the Animal Witness Protection Program as Oscar, destined to live a long full life filled with squeaky toys and an adoring scientist. Good thing Veronica has a soft spot for animals in 3.10 "Show Me the Monkey."


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