Facts About The OC

 

WIKIPEDIA FACTS ABOUT THE OC:

 http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_O.C.

The O.C. is an American television comedy-drama program broadcast on the Fox Network in the US and on various networks around the world. The show details the lives of young adults and their families growing up in the affluent Orange County, California. It was an immediate hit upon its release in 2003[1] and was the first teen drama to capture critics and audiences alike since Beverly Hills 90210 a decade earlier. The series, created by Josh Schwartz, debuted on August 5, 2003, with the tagline, “It’s nothing like where you live, and nothing like you imagine.” The series has been noted for its music selections, which have helped some previously little-known bands (such as alternative band Phantom Planet, who performed the theme song to the show, “California”) gain exposure, so much that to date, the producers have released five compilation albums featuring highlighted performers.

To date, it has aired in more than 50 countries worldwide. Mixing comedy, drama, melodramatic soap conventions and tongue-in-cheek humor, The O.C. helped bring young viewers back to FOX and has launched its stars onto magazine covers around the globe.

Cast and characters

The main cast

  • Peter Gallagher plays Sandy Cohen, the idealistic public defender who takes Ryan Atwood in. He later became the CEO of the Newport Group until he decided to return to the public defender’s office.
  • Kelly Rowan plays Kirsten Cohen, the linchpin of O.C. society. She is the wife of Sandy Cohen and the mother of Seth Cohen and was former CFO of her late father’s (Caleb Nichol) real estate company, the Newport Group. She is also a recovering alcoholic.
  • Ben McKenzie plays Ryan Atwood, a troubled teenager from Chino who plunges headlong into the wealthy privileged community of Newport Beach, California, having being taken in by Sandy Cohen following his mother (Dawn Atwood) throwing him out of their family home. He had an on/off relationship with Marissa Cooper before she was killed.
  • Adam Brody plays Seth Cohen, the awkward adolescent son of Sandy and Kirsten Cohen. He is often known for his quick quips and popular culture references.
  • Melinda Clarke plays Julie Cooper-Nichol, she is mother of Kaitlin Cooper and the late Marissa Cooper. She was married to financial planner Jimmy Cooper but after learning that he had stolen large sums of money from him clients, Julie divorced him and later married Caleb Nichol. Following Caleb’s death, she is now engaged to Dr. Neil Roberts.
  • Rachel Bilson plays Summer Roberts, the socialite of the four main teen characters (Ryan, Seth, Marissa and Summer). She is the love interest of Seth, and best friend to Marissa. She is the daughter of Dr. Neil Roberts.
  • Autumn Reeser plays Taylor Townsend, a student who battled Marissa for full control of Harbor High School’s social scene. Taylor was extremely lonely, and upon realizing this, Summer and Seth became friends with her. In the season three finale, Seth tells her she has become inner circle material, making her a part of the short-lived “Fab Five.” She is the daughter of Veronica Townsend.
  • Willa Holland plays Kaitlin Cooper, the daughter of Jimmy Cooper and Julie Cooper-Nichol and sister to Marissa Cooper. After returning from boarding school, she plans to stay in Newport permanently. Her personality is more of her mother’s rather than her father’s, quite the opposite of her older sister Marissa.

Former regulars

Promotional poster of the show's premiere.

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Promotional poster of the show’s premiere.

  • Chris Carmack played Luke Ward, Marissa’s jock ex-boyfriend and regular cast member episodes 2-24. He was the first main character to leave the show when he moved to Portland with his dad after his dad came out.
  • Alan Dale played Caleb Nichol, Kirsten’s businessman father and eventually Julie Cooper’s husband. His character was recurring throughout the first season until he became a regular during the second season. Additionally, his is the first main character to be killed off when he had a heart attack. It was found out that he was broke at the reading of his will, leaving Julie with nothing.
  • Tate Donovan played Jimmy Cooper, Marissa’s (and sister Kaitlin’s) father (and Julie’s husband). He was a regular cast member for episodes 1-34, but his character left the O.C. for Maui. He returned following Caleb’s death at the end of the second season and almost remarried Julie. After running into financial troubles (and being attacked), he decided to leave Newport again early in the third season. He used to live on a boat. He is currently the captain of ship that is sailing in the Greek Islands.
  • Mischa Barton played Marissa Cooper, the first of the “core four” to leave the series at the end of season three (episodes 1-76). Marissa was arguably the most conflicted of the main characters, battling with drug and alcohol addiction due to tumultuous relationships with her parents, boyfriends and her fellow classmates. She was Summer’s best friend and Ryan’s on and off love interest. She was killed in a car accident after her last boyfriend, Kevin Volchok, ran her and Ryan off a cliff. She was on her way to the airport to catch a flight to Greece, where she would work on the boat her father is captain on.

Episodes

Main article: List of The O.C. episodes

Notable guest stars

Main article: List of Recurring Characters in The O.C.

Season 1

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The O.C. Season 1 Cast

  • Ashley Hartman played Holly Fischer for six episodes. Holly was best friends with Summer and Marissa until she got caught making out with Marissa’s boyfriend Luke.
  • Bradley Stryker played Trey Atwood, Ryan’s older brother, for two episodes.
  • Daphne Ashbrook played Dawn Atwood, appearing in two episodes in Season One, and returning for a few more episodes during Season Three.
  • Samaire Armstrong played Anna Stern, A down to earth girl from Pittsburgh who initially appeared for one episode, but was brought back at fan request for several episodes. Had a strong relationship with Seth before heading back to Pittsburgh.
  • Bonnie Somerville played Rachel Hoffman, a colleague of Sandy’s.
  • Paris Hilton starred in the episode ‘The L.A.’ playing Kate, who caught Seth’s attention momentarily in a L.A. nightclub.
  • Rosalind Chao played Dr. Kim, the principal at Harbor High, where Ryan and his new friends attend.
  • Navi Rawat played Theresa Diaz, an old girlfriend of Ryan’s.
  • Taylor Handley played Oliver Trask, a mentally unbalanced teenager who infatuates over Marissa after meeting her in a therapy clinic.
  • Amanda Righetti played Hailey Nichol, Kirsten’s younger sister and love interest for Jimmy, who eventually left for Japan to pursue a job in the fashion industry.
  • Shailene Woodley played Marissa’s younger sister, Kaitlin Cooper, for six episodes.
  • Eric Balfour played Eddie, Theresa’s abusive fiancé.
  • Linda Lavin played Sophie Cohen, Sandy’s mother, referred to as “The Nana.” She returned for another episode in Season Two.
  • Michael Nouri played Dr. Neil Roberts, Summer’s father. He played a much bigger role in Season Three.
  • Colin Hanks played Grady Bridges, star of the fictional show ‘The Valley’ in the episode ‘The L.A.’.
  • Jem played herself in the episode ‘The Ties That Bind’, singing at Caleb Nichol and Julie Cooper’s wedding.
  • Kim Oja played Taryn Baker, one of the Newport Beach locals. Referred to as a “Newpsie”.

Season 2

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The O.C. Season 2 Cast

  • Michael Cassidy played Zach Stevens, who had an on-again/off-again relationship with Summer after Seth ran away at the end of Season One. He eventually decided to let the two be together after realizing that they still loved one another. Creator Josh Schwartz said, “He’s (Zach) off in Marin County working for Lucasfilm.”
  • Nicholas Gonzalez played D.J., the Nichol’s gardener and one of Marissa’s love interests at the beginning of the season.
  • Shannon Lucio played Lindsay Gardner, a fellow student, Ryan’s love interest, Kirsten’s half-sister and Caleb’s illegitimate daughter, who now lives with her mother, Renee Wheeler, in Chicago, Illinois.
  • Kathleen York played Renee Wheeler, Lindsay’s mother, who had an affair with Caleb Nichol.
  • Olivia Wilde played Alex Kelly, who worked at the Bait Shop, who was Seth’s, and later Marissa’s, love interest.
  • Kim Delaney played Rebecca Bloom, an old flame of Sandy’s who started to come between his marriage with Kirsten.
  • Billy Campbell played Carter Buckley, the former editor of Newport Living Magazine. He left Newport Beach after he got a new job, and came close to having a relationship with Kirsten.
  • Johnny Messner played Lance Baldwin, an opportunistic man from Julie Cooper’s past.
  • Logan Marshall-Green played Trey Atwood, Ryan’s older brother who was released from jail. At the end of Season Two, Marissa shot Trey after he tried to murder his own brother. He survived the gunshot and eventually left the hospital and headed for Las Vegas.
  • Marguerite Moreau played Reed Carlson, the executive of the graphic novel company for which Seth and Zach pitched their graphic novel. ‘‘Note:’’ The character of Tanyon Carlson, the brother of Reed, was credited in but one episode, Season Two’s The O.C. Confidential. The character’s lone appearance was portrayed by actor Steve Termath.
  • Nikki Griffin played Jess Sathers, the troublemaking love interest of Trey Atwood.

Season 3

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The O.C. Season 3 Cast

  • Jeri Ryan played Charlotte Morgan, a con artist Kirsten Cohen met in rehab. She seemed to share a lot of the same traits of Kirsten, but used this to try and manipulate the latter. She tried to get Julie to scam people out of their money with a fake charity, but Julie had the cheques made out to a real substance abuse organization instead of the fake one. Charlotte fled.
  • Ryan Donowho played Johnny Harper, a 17-year-old student at Newport Union who was into the beach and surfing. Johnny loved Marissa, and Ryan and Marissa had (often unspoken) arguments about whether Marissa returned this love, although Marissa always maintained it was not true. In Episode 65, Johnny died by falling from a cliff while he was intoxicated.
  • Kayla Ewell played Casey, Johnny’s ex-girlfriend who cheated on him with Kevin Volchok.
  • Johnny Lewis played Dennis “Chili” Childress, a surfer, skateboarder and , best friend of Johnny.
  • Richard Voll played Glen Morgan, the husband of Charlotte and co-conspirator in her scams.
  • Eric Mabius played Jack Hess, the devious new Dean of Discipline at the Harbor High School who was ultimately thrown out of the school by Sandy’s bluff (he was caught making out with Taylor Townsend).
  • Blake Robbins played Don, a mafia soldier, who badgered Jimmy for money. When he failed to pay back the money, Jimmy was severely beaten and left Newport on a boat to Maui.
  • Paula Trickey plays Veronica Townsend, Taylor’s mother who continuously hounds her daughter about her appearance and the fact that she doesn’t have much of a social life.
  • Jeff Hephner played Matt Ramsey, the former Vice-President under Sandy Cohen at the Newport Group. Sandy fired him at the behest of the Henry Griffin, chair of the hospital board, partially because of his past relationship with Griffin’s daughter and his wild social life. He left for Chicago to start his own business.
  • Lisa Rotondi played Gwen Harper, Johnny’s mother.
  • Cam Gigandet played Kevin Volchok, a surfer and drug abuser who decided to try and make Ryan’s life a living hell after picking on Johnny. He had a relationship with Sadie some years before, but the nature is unclear. Formerly dated Marissa and ultimately caused her death [1][2]
  • Nikki Reed played Sadie Campbell, a cousin of Johnny Harper, whom Ryan became very interested in and developed a relationship with. However, she left Newport Beach to develop her jewelry-making business.
  • Nicole Garza played Chloe, a co-worker of Ryan’s mom in Albuquerque. She and Ryan had a one-night stand.
  • Matt Barr played Wes Seifer, Ryan’s college orientation buddy who developed an attraction for Marissa.
  • Shaun Duke played Henry Griffin, chair of the hospital board.
  • Autumn Reeser plays Taylor Townsend, a student who battled Summer for full control of Harbor High School’s social scene. Taylor was extremely lonely, and upon realizing this, Summer and Seth became friends with her. In the season three finale, Seth tells her she has become inner circle material, making her a part of the short-lived “Fab Five.” She is the daughter of Veronica Townsend. She will become a season regular during season four.
  • Jackson Rathbone played Justin, Kaitlin’s ex-boyfriend from boarding school.
  • Lucy Hale played Hadley Hawthorne, a friend of Kaitlin’s.
  • Willa Holland plays Kaitlin Cooper, Marissa’s younger sister who returned from boarding school in the middle of season three. Jimmy Cooper and Julie Cooper are her parents and her personality is more like her mother’s than father’s. In the Season three finale, she tells her mother that she’s moving back to Newport permanently, becoming a regular in season four.
  • Lisa Tucker played herself, an American Idol singer who lives in Orange County.
  • Erin Foster played Heather, a middle school-enemy of Marissa’s who kidnapped Marissa for ransom with Kevin Volchok. Heather attends Volchok’s party in The Dawn Patrol and Marissa ultimately saves her from a dangerous rape situation.

Season 4 information

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The O.C. Season 4 Cast

For this season, the network has initially ordered only 16 episodes, well below the current average of 25 per season. The fourth season premiere has been set for November 2[2], starting the season after coverage of Major League Baseball’s World Series. Depending on ratings performance, additional episodes could potentially be ordered. Entering the new season, The O.C.’s timeslot is also expected to face increased challenges for ratings both from current competitor CSI: Crime Scene Investigation on CBS, and a relocated Grey’s Anatomy. But the network states they “have faith in the shows fans to follow the show” even with the increased challenges. Australian TV station Network Ten have annouced they will show brand new episodes as it happens in the United States instead of usually getting the show’s new season in the next year.

Within the October 6, 2006 UK newspaper The Daily Mirror there was a small article on the fourth series, showing a picture of Ryan in a cage with blood on his hands and also running from his head, the article said that Ryan “is in a dark place, so he quits college to become a cage-fighter.” Josh Schwartz said “This series is all about the Cohens fighting for Ryan’s soul.”

Summer is also reinventing herself to become a left-wing activist.

Music from The O.C.

See also: List of songs in The O.C.

The series is also known for its music, specifically indie rock and other non-mainstream bands.

  • Music from the OC: Mix 1
  • Music from the OC: Mix 2
  • Music from the OC: Mix 3
  • Music from the OC: Mix 4
  • Music from the OC: Mix 5
  • Music from the OC: Mix 6

The Beastie Boys single Ch-Check It Out debuted on the show in the episode The Strip that aired April 28 2004.debuted their song Sometimes You Can’t Make It On Your Own on the show before it was released as a single, as did Coldplay with their song Fix You, Gwen Stefani with her single Cool and former member of Frou Frou, Imogen Heap and her single Hide And Seek. The song was featured twice in the episode The Dearly Beloved.

Guest Artists

Many popular indie artists have also guest-starred on the show, the majority playing at the venue, the ‘Bait Shop’ that was introduced in the first season and started becoming a regular hangout in the second season, purposely to showcase indie rock bands on the show, following the success of Rooney in the first season.

  • Rooney (The Third Wheel, 1.15)
  • Jem (The Ties That Bind, 1.27)
  • The Walkmen (The New Kids on the Block, 2.3)
  • The Killers (The New Era, 2.4)
  • Modest Mouse (The Family Ties, 2.7)
  • The Thrills (The Ex-Factor, 2.9)
  • Rachael Yamagata (The Second Chance, 2.11)
  • Death Cab for Cutie (The O.C. Confidential, 2.20)
  • T.I. (The Return of the Nana, 2.21)
  • The Subways (The Anger Management, 3.7)

International distribution

  • Argentina: Warner Channel/Channel 11
  • Asia: Star World
  • Austria: ORF1 (Weekdays) and (Saturdays: Season 3)
  • Australia: Network 10 (Tuesdays) and Arena (Wednesday)
  • Chile : Warner Channel
  • Belgium: Kanaal 2
  • Brazil: Warner Channel and SBT
  • Canada: CTV/Séries+/FOX
  • Colombia: Warner Channel
  • Costa Rica: WB TV(Warner Channel), and Teletica (dubbed)
  • Croatia: HRT (Sundays)
  • Denmark: Kanal 4
  • Finland: MTV3 (Tuesdays)
  • France: France 2 and TF6
  • Germany: Pro 7 (Saturdays)
  • Greece: Star Channel (Weekends)
  • Hong Kong: TVB Pearl (Wednesdays)
  • Hungary: Viasat3 (Sundays)
  • Iceland: Skjár Einn
  • India: Zee Cafe (Fridays)
  • Israel: YES
  • Ireland: TG4
  • Italy: Italia 1 and Mediaset Premium
  • Japan: Super!drama TV
  • Lithuania: LNK (TBA)
  • Malaysia : 8TV
  • Mexico: Warner Channel (Wednesdays)
  • MIddle East: America Plus on Orbit (Thursdays)
  • New Zealand: TV 2 (Saturdays)
  • Norway: TV 3 (Norway) (Sundays)
  • Panama: TVMax (Weekdays) (Spanish) and Warner Channel (Cable)
  • Peru: Warner Channel
  • Philippines: ETC
  • Poland: TVN (Monday–Friday)
  • Portugal: RTP 1 and FOX
  • Slovakia: TV Markiza (Sundays)
  • South Africa: Go (Thursdays)
  • Spain: TVE 2
  • Sweden: Kanal 5 (Wednesdays)
  • Switzerland: SF zwei
  • Singapore: Mediacorp TV Channel 5
  • Thailand: UBC Series (Fridays)
  • Turkey: CNBC-e (Fridays)
  • United Kingdom: Channel 4 (Weekdays) and E4 (Weekdays at 2pm)

Production information

Casting

Adam Brody originally wanted the part of Ryan Atwood. Chad Michael Murray was originally offered a role on the series as Luke Ward’s good friend, but declined so he could be on One Tree Hill instead. The role of Luke Ward’s friend was dropped.

Filming

Due to labor union salary rules about filming outside of Los Angeles County, The O.C. is actually filmed in several southern California Beach Cities (40 miles away from the actual Newport Beach) to reduce costs. Most interior shots of homes and offices are shot at Raleigh Studios in Manhattan Beach, while most exterior shots (e.g. the pier, diner, and “the Bait Shop”) are filmed in neighboring Redondo Beach and Hermosa Beach.

Another important place, The Newport Group HQ is also the same building used for the Miami-Dade Police HQ in CSI: Miami.

A recent episode brought O.C. characters Ryan, Marissa, Seth, and Summer to Cal and Brown respectively on college tours. These scenes were really shot on two Los Angeles universities: USC was used for Brown and UCLA for Cal.

Impact of the show on society

U.S. television ratings

Seasonal rankings (based on average total viewers per episode) of The O.C. on FOX.

Note: Each American network television season starts in late September and ends in late May, which coincides with the completion of May sweeps.

Season Timeslot Season Premiere Season Finale TV Season Rank Viewers
(in millions)

According to The Futon Critic, “for its seven-week summer [of 2003] run, The O.C. averaged 8.43 million viewers and increased its viewership by more than 17% from its premiere by the end of the summer.  However, its viewership numbers from the summer were not factored into their 2003-2004 season average because it aired before the start of the 2003-2004 U.S. television season.

The FOX soap’s audience perked up, starting from February 2004, when it started airing directly after episodes of the third season of the mega-hit American Idol.

The FOX network gave the show a vote of confidence when it moved The O.C. to Thursdays 8:00pm for the fall of 2004 to boost their dismal Thursday nights. The move resulted in some moderate success by improving the 8:00-9:00 (Eastern & Pacific time) timeslot yet the network was unable to find a program in the 9:00-10:00 (Eastern & Pacific time) timeslot to hold on to the O.C.’s audience numbers.

Although the show’s targeted audience of female teens remain somewhat large, its overall audience declined sharply in its third season. An example of this decline was shown when it attracted 7.36 million viewers for the March 9, 2006 episode, which aired after a special Thursday night results show during the fifth season of American Idol. Although these numbers were a small improvement of its third season average, it retained just 28% of Idol’s audience which is well below the rate earned by most programs that air following hit shows and especially well below its post-Idol retention rate in the spring of 2004.

In Orange County

Before the show aired, Orange County residents referred to their county by its full name, or just ‘O.C.’. The abbreviation ‘O.C.’ was also used by local radio and television stations, but without ‘The.’ At first, the name of the show was met with scorn, but since then, some people call it ‘The O.C.’ as a joke, and Orange County Supervisor Chris Norby went as far as to propose changing the name of Orange County’s John Wayne Airport to The O.C. Airport, John Wayne Field but backed down the next day after his office received negative phone calls and emails from angry county residents. This somewhat negative sentiment toward the moniker is reflected in the running gag featured in the former Fox television show Arrested Development, which also takes place in Orange County: a number of the characters use the name “The O.C.” (in various settings), to which Michael consistently responds, “Don’t call it that.”

In popular culture

The O.C. has been mentioned on other T.V shows; In House, Hugh Laurie’s character, Gregory House shows a keen interest in the show, Lisa Simpson from The Simpsons , Larry Gold from The War at Home and Stewie from Family Guy are all fans of the show. Mikey on the British sitcom My Family is also asked by his mother if he wants the show recording while he is on an army training course. In the Australian soap opera Neighbours, some of the characters (particularly the Timmins family, and Summer Hoyland) are avid fans of the O.C. Jack McFarland on Will & Grace made a remark about “25 year old children and 35 year old parents” in the episode Christmas Break written by Bill Wrubel. In The Blaze Of Glory, Carter Buckley criticises Julie Cooper as being amongst Newport’s “fifty five year old women with twenty five years old breasts”. In the third season of the Fox show Arrested Development, several characters refer to their home county as ‘The O.C.’, only to have one of the leading characters, Michael Bluth tell them to stop calling it that.

Specials

The O.C. has had two television specials, detailing behind-the-scenes information, interviews, and bloopers.

  • The O.C. – Obsessed Completely (First Aired 9-16-04)
  • Welcome to The O.C. – A Day In The Life (First Aired 9-23-04)

DVD releases

DVD Name Region 1 (US) Region 2 (UK) Additional Information Cover
The O.C.: The Complete First Season October 26, 2004 October 18, 2004 7 Disc DVD set that contains all 27 episodes from the show’s first season. Bonus features include featurettes, deleted scenes, commentary on the Pilot episode, and pop-up music guides on certain episodes.
The O.C.: The Complete Second Season August 23, 2005 August 8, 2005 7 Disc DVD set that contains all 24 episodes from the show’s second season, presented in widescreen. Bonus features include featurettes, a gag reel, extended cut of “The Rainy Day Women”, commentaries, and two TV specials. The seventh disc is excluded in Region 2 & 4.
The O.C.: The Complete Third Season October 24, 2006 September 4, 2006 7 Disc DVD set that contains all 25 episodes from the show’s third season. Bonus features include featurettes, deleted scenes, a music video, and a behind-the-scenes look at The Party Favour.

Trivia

  • The show is called The O.C., and not Orange County as originally planned, because a movie of that name was released a year before the show premiered. The movie starred eventual O.C. guest star Colin Hanks.
  • Though the show isn’t shot on location, characters frequently mention popular Orange County hangouts like South Coast Plaza and Fashion Island. The Harbor School is a fictional private school which may have been inspired by the Sage Hill School, an elite private school in the hills of Newport Coast. There exists a Newport Harbor High School, but it is a public school. Furthermore, many of the other schools mentioned on the show, such as Mater Dei High School and UCI, are all actually there. Newport Union High School, however, does not exist. Additionally, the TV show’s Balboa Wetlands appear to be based upon real-life Orange County’s Bolsa Chica Wetlands.
  • Like their characters Summer and Seth, Rachel Bilson and Adam Brody are dating in real life.
  • According to commentary, the writers originally were going to make Seth a part of the popular clique before they decided to make him an outcast, and the idea that Ryan was an illegitimate child of Sandy Cohen was also considered.
  • Chris Carmack who played Luke Ward in seasons 1 & 2 is often referred to as ‘Abercrombie & Fitch’ in a derogatory manner. Carmack was a model for the clothing company.
  • Chris Carmack and Tate Donovan both were regular cast members during the first season while Rachel Bilson started as a guest star, even though Carmack and Donovan were not in every single episode during the season and Bilson was. Bilson was later added as a regular cast member, as was Melinda Clarke, while Carmack and Donovan were eventually dropped from the regular cast.
  • Before the start of the third season, Adam Brody, Rachel Bilson, and Ben McKenzie were Punk’d by Ashton Kutcher and his crew members.
  • Julie and Kirsten’s company New Match actually has a web site (http://www.ocNewMatch.com), which is also mentioned in the third season episode ‘The Road Warrior’.
  • Fans of The O.C. will recall that Season 2 of Fox’s teen soap opera Seth Cohen (Adam Brody) creating his own comic book. Now life is imitating art as Brody teams up with Danny Bilson (his girlfriend’s father) to make his own comic book called Red Menace. Red Menace is supposedly coming out in November starting with only six issues; depending on its popularity, the number of issues could increase.
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46 Comments on “Facts About The OC”

  1. Caitie LOVES THE OC! Says:

    I LOVE THE OC.

  2. Georg Jerke Says:

    OC is one of the best series i´ve ever seen! Maybe the best! I´m very sad that marissa died at the end of the 3 season, but i´m glad to see the fourth season 😉

  3. - uknown Says:

    THE OC IS THE EFFING BEST SHOW EVERR…. im sad to see Marissa gone but it makes the show more realistic. The people you are closest to and the ones that arent supposed to die unfortunately do and that’s life. I think that’s what they have done on the OC.

  4. gabosh Says:

    its broadcasted in Czech Republic, too… TV NOVA its broadcasting first season 🙂

    btw : In Slovakia, our TV markiza aired the last episode of third season today and they claimed that they will broadcast the fourth season asap 🙂

  5. KitKat Says:

    I LOVE THE OC SOOOO MUCH!!!! I DON’T KNOW WHAT I WOULD DO WITHOUT IT, HONESTLY. EVERY WEEK I GET REALLY EXCITED (ESPECIALLY THURSDAYS) BECAUSE THE OC IS ON!!

  6. Patrice Says:

    im frm the uk does ne 1 no were i can watch the episodes online? ive watched the first 4 but im dyin 2c sleeping beauty!!

  7. toni Says:

    i sooooooooo luvvvvv da oc
    but cause i’m from uk they stopped it
    as da 3rd season finshed yesterday
    it was brill but soooooo sad 2

  8. Kate Says:

    THE OC IS THE BEST SHOW ON TELEVISION! I LOVE IT SO MUCH! it’s, like, my life! =]

  9. savetheoc Says:

    ^^ Damm right it is lol!! 😛

  10. Jasmina Says:

    i absolutely love oc, it is my fav. tv show…i cant live without it….its an amazing show

  11. marissa Says:

    is marissa back on the OC?? please tell me!!!

  12. amie Says:

    oh i m from malta and i love watching oc it is my favourite teleseries.It s verj jojful seeing oc.!!!!!

  13. alick Says:

    their might not be a season 5

  14. Kerri Says:

    Omg i love the oc sooo much & marrissa isnt bak i have seen the first episode of series four she is definatly dead! But its still amazing i love it!!!

  15. Damo Says:

    The OC fans exist all over the world, even here in Western Australia! I guess I love this show so much cos even though where I live is no where near as affluent, the coastal lifestyle, the beautiful people and the amazing talent of the cast, writers and producers forms an amzing show! My friends are seriosuly concerned for me with the prospect of it ending! SAVE THE OC, everyone here loves it so much!

  16. jess Says:

    yaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaayyyy i love the oc>>>>>winner whooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo i love the oc it is well the best programme ever !!!!!!!!!!

  17. roberta Says:

    hey listen what if they came back in season 5 and said season 4 was all a dream how cool would that be then they could bring marissa back! lol

  18. BEN&MISCHA FOR GOOD!!!! Says:

    the oc-the hottest show existing on television.well i haven´t had the chance to watch season 4 because i live in germany and season 3 just finished airing here.
    i have to say that BEN & MISCHA are the hottest couple existing in this world!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!They look so hot together i´m beginning to sweat when i see them together.
    they datet,haven´t they?i saw some articles and suspicious pictures by the end of 2003 and 2005.in july 05 they kissed on the set backstage,i saw the pics-really hot!i hope they marry one day,they´re so meant to be for each other,aren´t they?LUV THEM…
    please mischa,go for it…YOU´RE THE BEST(but only when you are with ben!)
    bye guys,have a good day
    vanessa from germany

  19. BEN&MISCHA FOR GOOD!!!! Says:

    please visit http://www.fanforum.com/f 207/conversationalists-ben-mischa-appreciation-1-b-c-ben-throws-mischa-into-trashcans-54732/
    there are some hot & cute pics of ben&mischa!!!!!!!!!!
    bye

  20. Serina Says:

    Hey,
    wicked
    i love the O.C but when did it actually start (season 4) i’m watchin it but my friend wants to know when it started. good luck on this
    xx

  21. savetheoc Says:

    ^^ it started on November 2nd 2006.

  22. Tom Says:

    THE OC FUCKING OWNS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!1

  23. Daniel Says:

    LOVE THE OC AND PRISON BREAK…HATE fox!

  24. Danika Jones Says:

    i want to marry the oc, it is so pleasent

  25. grace Says:

    pmg i really love the oc and it will be in my heart forever!

  26. kk Says:

    ^ “it will be in my heart forever” as well

  27. ana Says:

    why marrisa was kick out of the programm??? Real reason….
    i’m sorry the oc ended.. but without marissa… that was obvious.

  28. lynn Says:

    it boring now the O.C. dosen’t play any more.
    i want to see more series. i buy first sesone and second and now i hear it’ the forth sesone is the last it’s not fair it should last forever the O.C. on TV

  29. Meghan Says:

    I love the OC but after Marissa died, I knew it wasn’t going to last she was so key to the show

  30. zoe Says:

    to all the o.c lovers out there(better believe im 1 !) the 4 series is comming out in stores all over the world on the 22nd of march 2007


  31. “I love Seth Cohen, he is the best! Whished he was mine!” – S

    ” I like Seth Cohen, he is ok.”
    op
    njhir


  32. “I love Seth Cohen, he is the best! Whished he was mine!” – S

    ” I like Seth Cohen, he is ok.”
    M

  33. Fedrelandet Says:

    Seth Cohen is the best person in the OC. Not marissa!

  34. Adel Says:

    Bring a last season with Marissa and Ryan.
    We realy love the show.
    ***A***

  35. lulu* Says:

    i really miss this show!! soo much!!
    i need a 5th seasonnnn!!!
    with marissa alive!!

  36. helene Says:

    i’m a fan from the philippines..please bring back the oc..i miss them so much…


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