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Alex Kelly (Character)
from "The O.C." (2003)

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"The O.C.: The SnO.C. (#2.5)" (2004)
Alex: She can't fall for you if you're not there to catch her.

Alex: How can she fall for you if you're not there to catch her?

Alex Kelly: She can't fall for you if you're not there to catch her.

"The O.C.: The Rainy Day Women (#2.14)" (2005)
[Marissa walks in from the bedroom wearing a skimpy robe]
Marissa: Hey Alex, should I be getting dressed or are we going back to...
[sees Seth standing in the living room as Alex walks in from the kitchen]
Marissa: ...bed?
Seth: Oh My God.
Marissa: Oh My God.
Alex: Oh My God.
Seth: [to Alex] Let me get this straight. You broke up with me, for Marissa?
Alex: Do you want your money?
Seth: Hey, who better than a superhero understands secret identity? Now hold on, just want to make sure I have the visual.
[Marissa looks uncomfortable]
Seth: Okay I got it, great, thank you. Hey listen, Alex. Thank you. Both of you. For everything, I mean, keep doing what you're doing, I like it.
[walks out]

[Marissa walks in from the pouring rain and passionately kisses Alex]
Marissa: I told her!
Alex: You told who what?
Marissa: My Mom. About us! I can't believe it, but I did.
Alex: You... told her?
Marissa: I thought you would be happy.
Alex: No, it just depends. Did you tell her to piss her off?
Marissa: Hey, look, I told her so that this could be real. For us.
Alex: Wow.
Alex: So, what happens now?
Marissa: She is probably having a meltdown as we speak, so I can't go home.
Alex: So stay here.
Marissa: You sure?
Alex: But first, let's get you out of these wet clothes.

[Julie sees Marissa and Alex walk in]
Julie Cooper-Nichol: Good morning Mariss... oh, hi. I didn't know you had a friend over last night. Well, I'm Marissa's mother, Julie Cooper-Nichol.
Alex: Alex.
Julie Cooper-Nichol: Alex? Oh, yeah. You're the fiesty young lady Caleb mentioned. Well, I was just making bagels. I figured if the Cohens can do it, why can't we?
Alex: Oh, none for me, thanks. I don't eat breakfast.
Julie Cooper-Nichol: Oh, that's very punk of you. You know, I used to like the punk in my day.
Marissa: Mom!
Julie Cooper-Nichol: You're right, Marissa. It still is my day. I was just being modest.

"The O.C.: The Father Knows Best (#2.13)" (2005)
Marissa Cooper: I just figured, if I can't even tell my best friend, maybe I'm not ready for this.
Alex Kelly: So you're here to break up with me.
Marissa Cooper: Then I told her.

Marissa: Listen, about earlier, I got freaked out.
Alex: I know.
Marissa: It's just... I tried to tell Summer, and I couldn't.
Alex: Oh.
Marissa: Yeah, and then I came here, thinking we'd talk about it.
Alex: And you got even more freaked out.
Marissa: I just figured, if I'm not ready to tell my best friend, then maybe I'm not ready for this.
Alex: So, you're here to break up with me?
Marissa: Then I told her.
Alex: Wait, you told Summer, about us?
Marissa: Mm-hmm. So, where have all your friends gone?
Alex: Seriously?
Marissa: Well, you still want me to meet them, don't you?

"The O.C.: The Lonely Hearts Club (#2.12)" (2005)
Alex: You know, you don't have to hang around here all day helping me.
Marissa: Please, any excuse to avoid my house. My mom has been home for three hours and already I'm going insane.
Alex: My mom used to drive me crazy too with her egotistical and narcissistic attitude. Then one day, I decided I wasn't going to let it bother me any more.
Marissa: You make it sound so easy.
Alex: No, it's like this. Every time my mom would channel Satan, I would take a deep breath, count to three, give her a big smile, and say something like, "Interesting idea, Mom. I'll give that some thought." It shuts her right up.
Marissa: That really works?
Alex: Absolutely. Women like that... they thrive on confrontation. But if you refuse to engage, then there's really not anything they can do which makes them go even more out of their heads.
Marissa: Sounds like a fun way to spend an evening. But you know, anyone who can make my mom even more crazy gets a free dinner. What do you say?
Alex: Okay, but not tomorrow night. I don't do Valentine's Day first dates. I think it's a jinx.
Marissa: That's okay.
Alex: But next week, when we don't have Hallmark breathing down our necks, we'll go on a date. Cool?
Marissa: Cool.

Alex: Are you okay?
Marissa: Yeah, I think I'm okay. I just a terrible dinner with my mom.
Alex: My confrontation technique work?
Marissa: I guess so. But also, it was knowing that I could come here and see you. Not that I want to put any pressure on you or anything, it's just... that's how I feel. And, I had to say it.
Alex: Are you in the mood for the beach?
Marissa: Now?
Alex: Yeah, it's almost time.
Marissa: Time for what?
Alex: For the tide to change. It's a little ritual I have to watch the high tide change whenever something major is about to change in my life.
Marissa: I thought you said no dating on Valentine's Day.
Alex: Screw it. I'm a huge fan of spontaneous first dates.
Marissa: I am too.

"The O.C.: The Mallpisode (#2.15)" (2005)
Alex Kelly: Our clothes are all pink.
Marissa Cooper: Pink's the new black. I read it in 'W'... Separating your whites, who knew?

Alex Kelly: Our clothes are all pink.
Marissa: Pink's the new black. I read it in 'W'... Separating your whites, who knew?

"The O.C.: The New Kids on the Block (#2.3)" (2004)
Alex Kelly: That's sweet. It's pathetic but sweet.
Seth Cohen: Yeah, that's my niche. Pathetic and sweet.

"The O.C.: The Ex-Factor (#2.9)" (2005)
Alex: [to Jodie and Seth] I would have introduced you guys, but I didn't want you to meet.

"The O.C.: The Blaze of Glory (#2.16)" (2005)
Alex: If you go to the bonfire - its on!
Ryan: Fine, this sort of thing used to be my speciality. Word of advice, if you have to work this hard, its not working.