The O.C. (2003–2007)
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The Dearly Beloved 

Kirsten hits rock bottom after Caleb's funeral, prompting Sandy to finally take action by staging an intervention. Meanwhile, Jimmy Cooper returns to Newport and almost immediately renews ... See full summary »

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Kirsten hits rock bottom after Caleb's funeral, prompting Sandy to finally take action by staging an intervention. Meanwhile, Jimmy Cooper returns to Newport and almost immediately renews ties with a mourning Julie, while Hailey Nicole also returns to town for the funeral. Trey's girlfriend/partner-in-crime Jess bullies him into participating in a drug deal that turns into a shootout at the Bait Shop nightclub. Also, Ryan finally learns the truth about what happened between Trey and Marissa, leading to a bloody confrontation. Written by Anonymous

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Comedy | Drama | Romance

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19 May 2005 (USA)  »

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Trivia

Jimmy Cooper (Tate Donovan) is talking to Hailey Nichol (Amanda Righetti). She asks him how it is living in Hawaii, and he says it's great, and that she "wouldn't believe the North Shore." Hailey replies, "So I've heard." This is a reference to the series "North Shore" (2004), in which Amanda Righetti starred. See more »

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Before Ryan confronts Trey at his apartment about what happened between him and Marissa, Trey is tucking away a gun under a pillow. Under that pillow is also a thin packet of some sort and next to the pillow is a section of the newspaper laying flat on the couch. They begin to scuffle and Trey reaches for the gun, pushing away the pillow to get it. At this point that small packet is no longer there and the newspaper is placed perfectly standing up against the back of the couch. See more »

Quotes

Sandy Cohen: The car accident she had. Did you know she'd been drinking?
Seth Cohen: No I didn't, because you only just told me.
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Features Star Wars: Episode III - Revenge of the Sith (2005) See more »

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El Manana
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Performed by Gorillaz
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20 March 2008 | by (Romania) – See all my reviews

Kirsten hits rock bottom after Caleb's funeral, prompting Sandy to finally take action; Jimmy Cooper resurfaces and almost immediately renews ties with a mourning Julie; Jess bullies Trey into participating in a drug deal that turns into a shootout; Ryan finally learns the truth about what happened between Trey and Marissa, leading to a bloody confrontation.

Trey is so messed up, sometimes I feel so much pity for him, sometimes I like his bad boy look, but most times he's really annoying. The look on his face was memorable, when Marissa shot him. Obviously, since Oliver, she even starts shooting people to protect Ryan. She never thought about herself. Ryan should remember that when they will have their next fight. Seth and Summer are so cute to be there for their friends...

This season finale end in such an "O.C." manner. In the first season finale, the boys where going different directions and both the girls were pretty lost with alcohol and shrink counseling. Unlike that one, the second season finale ended with the four friends being there for each other, in good and bad. Well, in this case, in tragedy.


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