Laura, 20, french, tv junkie, hopeless optimist, stubborn, coffee addict, ship whore, crazy. the vampire diaries, how i met your mother, gilmore girls, pretty little liars, true blood,veronica mars,glee,cougar town,new girl,revenge, the walking dead, the hunger games.
"First and foremost, Veronica is an underdog. In the strictly class-segregated society of her home town, Neptune, Veronica’s on the wrong side. She has boyfriends from the upper crust, but she’s constantly fighting against the hierarchies of her lower class. More than that, Veronica is consistently forced to confront the ethical issues of class in Neptune — doing the right thing at an individual level may not be the right thing in terms of combating structural oppression. […] It’s also an important reminder that Veronica Mars could only be a female character. It’s not a show that would work if the main character was simply reassigned to a differently-gendered actor. Veronica thrives on that underdog status. She needs people to consistently look down upon her, in the most obvious literal sense as well as the conventional metaphorical sense, in order to be so effective." - TV’s Great Women