Ensemble drama revolving around the young adult community of the Orange County, California, area. A street-smart teen winds up in the midst of the high-class society of Newport Beach, sparking something of an "edgier" take on the "Melrose Place" style premise. Written by
The O.C. Orange County, It's where all the beautiful people live
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Did You Know?
When they were casting for the role of Marissa Cooper, writer Josh Schwartz
had written to the producers that Marissa was "the most beautiful girl you had ever seen". They later said that they chose Mischa Barton
because of her awkward beauty (meant in a good way), and as Barton herself later stated: "I was up against girls who looked liked your usual Californian beach blondes. Guess they decided to go against that." See more
In Season 3, when Ryan was seeing Sadie and was unsure about asking Marisa to come to his birthday party, the calendar on the Cooper's wall had the number 19 circled as Ryan's birthday and the next day was indicated as the first day of Spring which would be in March. In the last season, Ryan is perusing a scrapbook put together by Taylor, which had included their hospital bracelets from when they both were in a coma. Ryan's bracelet showed the date 09-05-86. See more
It's kind of hard to meet people when you can't let anybody know who you really are and can't stay in one place too long.
I can see how that might "salt your game".
"Salt your game". Is that how they talk in Orange county?
Stick around. You'll be saying "Rad" in no time.
For the first half of season one, Rachel Bilson (Summer) and Melinda Clarke (Julie) were credited as guest stars, even though Rachel Bilson appeared in each episode. From the fourteenth episode on, they were credited on the theme song as regulars. See more
Referenced in Family Guy: Jungle Love