[Warning: The following contains spoilers for Veronica Mars Season 4. Read at your own risk]
Hulu may have utterly wrecked our LoVe shipper hearts with the new season of Veronica Mars, but Jason Dohring is here to make it all better! We sat the Veronica Mars actor down to watch some of our favorite scenes featuring Logan and Veronica (Kristen Bell) and he broke down what it was like to film them and what memories they brought back for him.
The first (and most obvious) scene was the first kiss between Logan and Veronica, and Dohring recalled how creator Rob Thomas first told him and Bell that their characters would eventually be getting together after seeing how well they interacted combatively in the first few episodes of the series. "We were both like, 'What the f---?' We couldn't believe that this was going to happen, so we had to warm up to this. Didn't know it was going to be a big thing at all."
Another great scene between the couple actually leans less into their romantic nature. In the Season 2 finale, Logan saves Veronica from Cassidy (Kyle Gallner) on the roof of the Neptune Grand. Dohring not only praised Bell's emotional performance but also Gallner's, saying, "I thought Kyle was so vulnerable in this scene, you know what I mean? You can make a person really evil, or whatever, or you can make it from the inside, like, really understanding why he was upset, and I think he did a great job of that."
The funniest recounting, however, came when Dohring described filming the sex scene in the Veronica Mars movie. Maybe it should take away from the romance of the moment, but it somehow just makes it all that much more amazing!
"It was so funny. Rob was directing the film, and we're not — obviously, we're actors, we're not doing anything, so he would have to tell us when sex had begun, or whatever for lack of better words," Dohring said. "So he would scream out on this bullhorn, 'Three, two, one, penetration!' And we were both like, 'Oh, God!'"
Well, that's one way to do it!
See what else Dohring had to say in the video above.
Veronica Mars Season 4 is now streaming on Hulu.