"Weapons of Class Destruction" is episode 18 of season 1 of the television show Veronica Mars.
Neptune High has been receiving bomb threats, so Veronica suspects that the school bully, Norris, and his new friend Ben are involved. Veronica trails Ben while talking on the phone to Logan. Ben jumps in her car and demands she drive him to his hotel room at the Camelot. Veronica makes sure to just drop her phone and not hang up, so Logan overhears her getting kidnapped and immediately meets them at the Camelot. He punches Ben in the face, showing his newfound caring for Veronica. However, things aren't as simple as they seem when Ben turns out to be an undercover ATF
agent. When Veronica leaves after acquiring this information, she gives Logan a quick peck on the mouth out of thanks for saving her, and he pulls her back into a passionate embrace as they kiss. They ignore each other at school, and it turns out that Pete put heavy firearms in Norris' car just to frame him.
- Duncan finds out that Veronica is still investigating Lilly's death and that he is a suspect. He is very upset.
- Meg tells Veronica that Duncan took out $10,000 from his bank account and has been missing ever since.
- Veronica and Logan have newfound feelings for each other.
Quotes and trivia
- Wallace: Uh, he's not… groping her or anything, is he?
- Veronica: No, but earlier I saw him cutting a hole in the bottom of his popcorn bucket.
- Norris: So, this is my weapon collection.
- Veronica: You must feel really safe at night, when the dragons come.
- [Veronica is scheming a way to check out Norris's garage when he simply invites her.]
- Veronica: [voiceover] Huh. That was easy. I think it, it happens.
- The website "KillEmAll.Net" redirects to The CW's website.
- This episode has many references to the movie Heathers, including Veronica doing a lunchtime poll and the general plot about a student trying to blow up the school.
- The title of the episode is word-play on WMDs and is a reference to a class based interpretation of society as found in Marxist theory. 'Class destruction' could either refer to a vision of liberal institutionalisation whereby class boundaries have disappeared in all but the interpretations of the ruling class or the destruction of one of more of the class schisms, possibly leading to destruction of class through communism.