Ryan and Marissa deal with the aftermath of Trey's shooting. Kirsten meets Charlotte at rehab.



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Ryan and Marissa deal with the aftermath of Trey's shooting when Julie maliciously goes to great efforts to protect her daughter by influencing Trey to charge Ryan for the shooting. Meanwhile, Kirsten meets a shady young woman, named Charlotte, at rehab who inspires her to move on with her life. Sandy also takes over running the Newport Group while Julie and Jimmy wait for news about the late Caleb's accountants. Written by Anonymous

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Comedy | Drama | Romance





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8 September 2005 (USA)  »

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In the first scene after the opening credits, Summer and Marissa are sitting by the pool. This exact same scene, albeit with different dialog, occurred in the second season premiere right after the credits. See more »


When Ryan is hiding out in the pool house, all of the curtains/blinds are closed. Though, when Seth, Summer and Marissa walk in, they're all open. See more »


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The Aftermath (#3.1)
16 September 2014 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

After Trey got shot he goes in a comma and the rest have to worry about the consequences. Police believes that it was Ryan who shot him and Julie also wants to make sure that it is Ryan who pays for it. She goes to Trey when he awakes and bribes him so he says it was Ryan. But Marissa gets to talk with him and everyone gets off while Trey goes away to Vegas.

Well at least Trey survived. Didn't like to see those weasels worry about their own well being instead of his life. The whole sneaking into his room was pretty dumb. And I didn't like his confession, regardless of what happened between him and Marissa Trey was not the one responsible for the shooting. In real world they would still have to pay for it. But at least the final scene between Trey and Ryan was kind of good.

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