Archive for the ‘Kelly Rowan’ category

THE OC RANDOM VIDEO #33

June 25, 2008

There’s almost no O.C news at the moment, So I think it’s time for another awesome edition of ‘The OC Random Video’. This week I chose a video about a character who I haven’t featured often, it’s Kirsten Cohen (Kelly Rowan) and this video is about her whole alcaholic ordeal during season 2, which I thought was on of the best OC storyline’s ever. Music: Hide ‘n Seek – Imogen Heap.

Let everyone know what you think, and suggest your own OC video’s from Youtube by posting the link in the comments ūüėČ Hopefully there’ll be more O.C news soon!

KELLY ROWAN HAS GIVEN BIRTH TO A BEAUTIFUL DAUGHTER!

May 14, 2008

Kelly Rowan, who played resident party planner and family matriarch Kirsten “Kiki” Cohen on The O.C., is a new mom, her rep tells PEOPLE.

“Kelly Rowan gave birth to a happy and healthy baby girl in Los Angeles on April 28,” says the spokesperson. “Mom and daughter are doing great.”

According to the rep, Rowan recently split from her fiancé, Canadian businessman David Thomson.

The Ottawa-born Rowan, 42, played Adam Brody’s mom and Peter Gallagher’s wife on the Fox series. She also served as executive producer of In God’s Country, a movie for Lifetime in which she starred.

Congrats to kelly, Im so happy for her. I cannot wait to see a picture (or two) of her and her baby! Thanks to Angie for letting me know about this.

LAST WEEK’S POLL RESULTS: POLL #9

April 28, 2008

Question: Your favourite O.C Female?

Answers: Julie, Summer, Kirsten, Marissa, Taylor

Number of Votes:¬†222 –¬†47 Votes up from previous week.

Results:

1st Place –¬†Summer –¬†94 Votes

2nd¬†Place –¬†Marissa¬†–¬†63 Votes

3rd¬†Place –¬†Julie¬†–¬†31 Votes

4th¬†Place –¬†Taylor¬†–¬†35 Votes

5th Place –¬†Kirsten – 9 Votes

Thanks to everyone who voted. The next poll is now up. Please help me by suggesting future polls for me to choose. You can suggest in the comments or on the forums here. Thanks ;)

“SAVE THE OC” SITE MESSAGE!

April 13, 2008

Hey OC fans and¬†frequent savetheoc.wordpress.com site visitors, School starts tomorrow, Monday, 14 April 2008, for me again which means that I will probably not be able to¬†update every single day from Monday. I will update as much as I can, probably about 3-4 updates a week, but I can’t promise anything ’cause my studies have to come first this semester.

I Just felt the need to let everyone know so that you’re not left in the dark if I dont update as regularly as I was this last month. Thanks for all the comments everyone has been leaving over the last month, we’ve had an average of 20 comments a day, and that’s just great!

See you guys soon with an update. Have an awesome week! ūüėÄ

LAST WEEK’S POLL RESULTS: POLL #6

April 7, 2008

Question: Your Favourite OC Location?

Answers: The Pier, The Crab Shack, The Bait Shop, The Lifeguard Tower, The Harbor School

Number of Votes: 140 РDown 70 votes from previous week.

Results:

1st Place – The Pier–¬†69 Votes

2nd¬†Place –¬†The Bait Shop¬†–¬†34 Votes

3rd¬†Place –¬†The Harbor School¬†–¬†29 Votes

4th¬†Place –¬†The Crab Shack¬†–¬†8 Votes

5th Place –¬†The Lifeguard Tower¬†–¬†0 Votes

Thanks to everyone who voted. The next poll will be up shortly. Please help me by suggesting future polls for me to choose, im out of ideas. You can suggest in the comments or on the forums here. Thanks ūüėČ

LAST WEEK’S POLL RESULTS: POLL #6

April 1, 2008

Question: Your Favourite Adult on The OC?

Answers: Sandy, Kirsten, Julie, Jimmy, Caleb, Frank, Gordon Bullit.

Number of Votes: 210 Рup 33 votes from previous week.

Results:

1st Place – Sandy Cohen –¬†91 Votes

2nd¬†Place –¬†Julie Cooper –¬†43 Votes

3rd¬†Place –¬†Gordon Bullit –¬†37 Votes

4th¬†Place –¬†Kirsten Cohen¬†–¬†23 Votes

5th Place –¬†Jimmy Cooper – 11 Votes

6th Place –¬†Caleb Nichol¬†–¬†03 Votes

7th Place –¬†Frank Atwood –¬†02 Votes

Thanks to everybody who voted. Sorry about the 1 voting day extra, I was really busy yesterday. The next poll is up! Be sure to vote! ūüôā

ORANGE COUNTY SUPERVISORS RENAME COUNTY DEPARTMENTS TO ‘OC’

March 20, 2008
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Supervisors rename many of the county’s departments to include the OC brand made famous by a television show, TheO.C.
By Christian Berthelsen, Los Angeles Times Staff Writer
March 19, 2008
Seeking to capitalize on its TV fame as America’s quintessential suburb, Orange County moved to rename its government functions Tuesday with slicked-up, simplified names to remind everyone of exactly where they are: The OC!
County supervisors voted to rename 11 departments and agencies and create two new ones, all with the “OC” brand made famous by the now-defunct television show of the same name, thus jettisoning the clunky bureaucratic nomenclature of the past. Example: the Integrated Waste Management Department — it processes trash — will become OC Waste and Recycling!In its thirst for hipster cred, the county has apparently chosen to eschew punctuation: There will be no periods after the O or the C. (For the record, the title of the TV show, which went off the air a year ago, had them.)The idea was to simplify county government for people and make it more accessible. The changes also included a reorganization of some departments and agencies to make those that deal most directly with the public — such as parks, animal shelters and libraries — more user-friendly.Supervisors adopted name changes for eight departments in a single unanimous vote, then took a series of votes on the rest to adopt or discard proposed name changes.The noncontroversial: OC Dana Point Harbor, OC Infrastructure, OC Community Services, OC Housing, OC Planning, OC Road & Flood. Also created were OC Public Works and OC Community Resources.

Waste Management was supposed to become OC Landfills, but the supervisors trashed that idea in favor of OC Waste and Recycling. OC Animal Shelter became OC Animal Care. And since OC Asset Management sounded too much like a hedge fund, that became OC Facilities.

It’s just so unreal to see what a huge effect and symbol The O.C. actually played in Orange County. It bascially put OC on the map, and this just looks like a bit of appreciateion from the Orange County supervisors.