The O.C.: Season 3, Episode 7

The Anger Management (17 Nov. 2005)

TV Episode  |  TV-14  |   |  Comedy, Drama, Romance
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While the gang makes plans to go to the the Bait Shop to see the band, The Subways perform, Taylor's continuing meddling with wooing Seth causes a major rift between him and Summer. Marissa... See full summary »

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While the gang makes plans to go to the the Bait Shop to see the band, The Subways perform, Taylor's continuing meddling with wooing Seth causes a major rift between him and Summer. Marissa, determined to end the potentially explosive rift between Ryan and the vicious, violent-tempered Volchok, does whatever it takes to watch out for Ryan to make sure he does not fall back into his old ways. Meanwhile, Matt Ramsey, Sandy's new Newport Group partner, goes above and beyond the call of duty when he learns he has to cut Newport Group staff. Also, Charlotte's plan to rip off Kirsten finally commences when the fund raiser is finally head, while Julie, having a change of heart, tries to prevent Charlotte from carrying out the scam after figuring out that Charlotte plans to skip town with all the money and frame Julie for the crime. Written by Anonymous

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Marissa struggles to keep Ryan out of a possible fight with Volchok, which could mean trouble for Ryan. Taylor is pressuring Seth to break up with Summer and she's following him everywhere. Julie shows Charlotte that she still masters the game, but also shows us that she has a heart when it comes to friends like Kirsten. Sandy is slowly, but smartly putting back The Newport Group on it's feet.

This episode was more about Ryan getting over his punching rituals and more importantly, his anger. Atwood is now transforming into the man Sandy thought he would be, using brains as well as muscle. Marissa is right there with him all the time, but as always, she must do something behind his back, even if she believes is for the greater good.

Johnny is all the way with Ryan in the Volchok business. Cam Gigandet (Volchok) was so cool in that scene, it made me laugh how frightened he looked.

It's a huge step for Taylor in the show, in this episode she is starting to make friends. Well, not quite yet starting, but she is taking baby steps.


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