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Quotes for
Jimmy Cooper (Character)
from "The O.C." (2003)

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"The O.C.: The Gamble (#1.3)" (2003)
Julie: He basically called me white trash. He said I was from Riverside.
Jimmy: Honey, you are from Riverside.
Julie: It was his tone.

Sandy: [after hearing Julie gossiping about him and Kirsten] Morning ladies, mind if I join you? May I?
[grabs a chunk out of Julie's muffin]
Sandy: I couldn't help overhearing.
Julie: Oh. I hope you're not...
Sandy: Mad? Offended? No. I am disappointed and frankly I'm a little surprised. This is supposed to be a neighborhood who welcomes outsiders, I mean me I'm all the way from the Bronx and you, you're from Riverside, right? Which is not that different from where Ryan's from
[cell phone rings]
Sandy: Excuse me. Hello? Yeah, Dawn. That's her. Great, thanks.
[hangs up]
Sandy: Thanks for the muffin.
Julie: [later] You will not believe what Sandy Cohen just said to me. He basically called me white trash. He said I was from Riverside.
Jimmy: Honey. You are from Riverside.
Julie: It was his tone.


"The O.C.: The Distance (#2.1)" (2004)
Julie Cooper-Nichol: You two are still-?
Jimmy Cooper: Yeah, we're doing great. She's fantastic, sweet, limber. How about you and Caleb?
Julie Cooper-Nichol: Not so limber.

Jimmy Cooper: So what's going on in your life?
Julie Cooper-Nichol: Aside from our daughter being the spawn of Chucky and Keith Moon?


"The O.C.: The Dearly Beloved (#2.24)" (2005)
Jimmy Cooper: The coopers making a comeback, who'd have thunk it?


"The O.C.: The New Kids on the Block (#2.3)" (2004)
Jimmy Cooper: The woman I married wouldn't stand for that. Nobody puts Julie Cooper in a corner.


"The O.C.: The SnO.C. (#2.5)" (2004)
Julie Cooper-Nichol: I was easier to love back then. Beautiful, and much nicer.
Jimmy Cooper: Jules, come on. You're still beautiful. And we both know, you were never nice.


"The O.C.: The Outsider (#1.5)" (2003)
Jimmy Cooper: Are we old? Cause if I didn't know better, I'd swear I was still 16.
Sandy: Oh, I'm still 22. It was the best year of my life.
Jimmy Cooper: Why 22?
Sandy: It's when I met Kirsten... And why 16?
Jimmy Cooper: It's when I met Kirsten.


"The O.C.: The Debut (#1.4)" (2003)
Jimmy: She just stopped by to ask a quick business question.
Julie: A quickie, huh?


"The O.C.: The Chrismukkah That Almost Wasn't (#2.6)" (2004)
Julie Cooper-Nichol: [In bed] It's been so long since we've done this.
Jimmy Cooper: It's like riding a bike ... Well, an incredibly toned and, you know, evenly tanned and limber bike, you know, with a really sharp mind and an incredible sense of ... interior design.


"The O.C.: Pilot (#1.1)" (2003)
Julie: [to Kaitlin] Do you like my hair this straight or is it too Avril Lavigne?
Marissa: No, it looks good, Mom.
Julie: [sees Marissa behind her] Oh, Marissa. You look... oh honey, I thought you were going to wear your hair down. Pulled back like that, it's a little harsh on your angles.
Jimmy: [heads downstairs and to the front door] Okay, let's go!
Julie: It's going to be so amazing tonight. Are you going to wear the Donna Karan, Maris? I thought it was very forgiving.


"The O.C.: The Proposal (#1.24)" (2004)
[Kirsten pours the rest of the champagne for herself]
Sandy: That's cool. I didn't want any, anyway.
Kirsten: My dad is marrying Julie Cooper. Julie Cooper... is my step-mom.
Sandy: Maybe we'll get you another bottle.
Jimmy: Yeah. Drink up.
Kirsten: This is an unholy alliance. This is two storm fronts colliding. This is the apocalypse for us all.
Sandy: Maybe you wanna lay off the sauce.
Kirsten: Think of it, Jimmy, when we were growing up, all those times you came over to go sailing with my dad, did you ever think he'd marry your ex-wife?
Jimmy: Yeah, gimme a glass.
Kirsten: Never!
Sandy: I don't know, Jimbo. The way I see it, this could be the best thing to ever happen to you.
Kirsten: No, there is nothing good about what's happened here. I mean, this marriage is an asteroid that has hit the Earth. Now we have to wait to see which species survives.


"The O.C.: The Model Home (#1.2)" (2003)
Julie: Hey, there's eggs. Oh, I'm taking Kaitlin to the stable, so I need to get that check.
Jimmy: Does Kaitlin really need a pony? In a couple of months, she's not even going to like horses.
Kaitlin: What? I love China! She's the prettiest pony.