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Kirsten Cohen (Character)
from "The O.C." (2003)

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The O.C.: Season 4: Episode 16 -- In the emotional series finale of "The O.C.," Ryan, the Cohens, the Coopers and their friends build new lives, resolve lingering issues, face major decisions and undergo shocking personal transformations.

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Alternate Names:
Young Kirsten Nichol

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  1. "The O.C."
        - The End's Not Near, It's Here (2007) TV episode, Played by Kelly Rowan
        - The Night Moves (2007) TV episode, Played by Kelly Rowan
        - The Shake Up (2007) TV episode, Played by Kelly Rowan
        - The Case of the Franks (2007) TV episode, Played by Kelly Rowan / Ellen Hollman (as Young Kirsten Nichol)
        - The Groundhog Day (2007) TV episode, Played by Kelly Rowan
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  2. The O.C.: A Day in the Life (2004) (TV) Played by Kelly Rowan
  3. The O.C.: Obsess Completely (2004) (TV) Played by Kelly Rowan

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Quotes:
From "The O.C.: The SnO.C. (#2.5)" (2004)
Kirsten Cohen: Why is that ninja smoking a cigarette?
Sandy Cohen: Honey, I don't actually think that's a ninja. Ninjas usually wear capes, right?
Kirsten Cohen: Oh, so a ninja's like a superhero.
Seth Cohen: Mom, Dad, you two enjoy. Ryan, give me five minutes.
Sandy Cohen: Where are you going? Come on back.
Ryan Atwood: Nice work.
Sandy Cohen: Never underestimate a parent's ability to mortify his child.
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