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"The Rapes of Graff" features several notable guest appearances.
Michael Cera and Alia Shawkat, two of the stars on Arrested Development, appear as two college students.
Later that night, Veronica sees Troy making out with Stacy (Alia Shawkat).
When Veronica is sleeping, Troy calls her unexpectedly, pleading for help, and Veronica visits him at the police station, where he has been charged in the date-rape of Stacy.
The series depicts the adventures of Veronica Mars (Kristen Bell) as she deals with life as a high school student while moonlighting as a private detective.
In this episode, while visiting Hearst College, Veronica runs into her old boyfriend, Troy (Aaron Ashmore).
Dean informs Veronica that the fraternity has a contest about how many girls they have had sex with, and the recruit with the lowest number of "points" is punished by being forced to shave his head.
Television reviewer Alan Sepinwall was very positive towards the episode, praising it as a return to form for the series. A good self-contained mystery, a suggestion that the show could do okay once Veronica leaves high school, a gratuitously awesome "Arrested Development" double-cameo, the biggest spotlight yet for wisecracking Cliff, and a fine showcase for Jason Dohring, who's becoming so good that Veronica may need to investigate a case of show-stealing." He went on to laud the supporting characters' performances, especially the subplot involving Cliff and Sheriff Lamb: "Cliff and Lamb are my favorite non-Keith adult characters, so any subplot that has one busting on the other gets the Sepinwall seal of approval." Rowan Kaiser of The A. Club gave a glowing review, stating that "I have to say, this is one of the most dense and interesting episodes of Veronica Mars yet, on a number of different levels." He went on to praise the return of Troy, the various subplots, and the episode's ambiguous conclusion.Their two characters had briefly mentioned the show in a season three episode titled "Family Ties".The show had previously been alluded to on Arrested Development when some of George Michael's dialogue is redacted and replaced by a subtitle that reads, "reference to off-network high school private eye drama censored by Fox."Honestly, the day I heard they were shutting down production on that show, I called our casting director and said, 'Book them for "Veronica Mars" as soon as possible.' I didn't talk to Alia, but I talked to Michael and it turned out he's a 'Veronica Mars' fan and is excited to be doing it. The episode also features the return of Aaron Ashmore as Troy Vandegraff, a character who had not been seen since "You Think You Know Somebody", an early season 1 episode.Veronica discovers that the losing fraternity member sent the hair to Stacy, which was his own, because she made him lose the "contest." Logan tells Hannah the truth about why they broke up, and it turns out that he only asked her out so that her father would drop the charges in the murder of Felix Toombs.
Nevertheless, they reconcile, and Logan and Hannah are about to have sex before Dr. Wallace gets admitted into Hearst, and Hannah has been sent away to boarding school.
Veronica checks Stacy's room and finds Troy's name half-erased.