Veronica Mars Tasing A Frat Boy vs. 'Oh Hell No!'
It's an entirely appropriate reaction to being told you're worth 210 points vs. Emerson Cod's battle cry!
Veronica Mars Tasing A Frat Boy
'Oh Hell No!'
The case for Veronica Mars Tasing A Frat Boy
On the one hand, Veronica's cavalier attitude towards the rules (and, like, basic social norms) was a series-long plot arc that left her increasingly isolated and almost incapable of ever leading a normal life.
On the other hand, this jerk really deserved to get based.
Deciding factor: the fact that he ends up with a third beer spilling over him. Totally worth it.
The case for 'Oh Hell No!'
In Pushing Daisies, a show that featured a main character with the power to bring people back to life, a love interest who was technically a re-animated corpse, and Kristin Chenoweth, somehow the character I remember most was Emerson Cod. His grumpy, sardonic nature kept the fairy tale-like show from becoming too twee, and his signature catch phrase comes in handy in any number of real-life situations.