During rehearsals for Newport Beach's annual Cotillion Ball, Ryan continues to pursue Marissa and asks her to be his dancing partner, while a continuing jealous Luke tries to break them up.... See full summary »

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During rehearsals for Newport Beach's annual Cotillion Ball, Ryan continues to pursue Marissa and asks her to be his dancing partner, while a continuing jealous Luke tries to break them up. Seth as eyes for the new girl in town, Anna Stern, but becomes torn over his feelings for Summer Roberts, the outgoing socialite he's had a crush on for years. Meanwhile, Sandy becomes upset over Kristen's loan to Jimmy for his financial problems which finally come to light at the ball when one business client decks him in the face after learning that Jimmy lost all of their money. Written by Anonymous

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Anna Stern is introduced. See more »

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When Ryan and Anna first meet and are dancing the waltz, Anna'a hand moves from on top of Ryan's shoulder to the side of his shoulder and back again between shots. See more »

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Summer: [looking at Ryan] Every girl needs a white knight.
Seth: Seth Cohen, white knight.
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References Princess Mononoke (1997) See more »

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Lazy Days
Performed by Leona Naess
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Finally...a Cohen who knows how to throw down.
6 April 2010 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

Ryan becomes a bigger part of the family and has to make a formal debut into Newport society at the annual débutant ball. Seth still pines for Summer, while she's lost in lust for Ryan. Marissa saves them Ryan for the newcomer, Anna Stern (Samaire Armstrong) from Pittsburgh.

Kirsten learns from Sandy about Jimmy's crimes and Sandy avoids the entire community. Luke is beginning to be overwhelmed about Ryan. It's got a lot more chuckles than expected, but more so than anything, this is a dramatically emotional episode and one not very great for Jimmy.

It's fun to see Luke and Ryan bicker and to see Marissa's antics to keep Ryan away from Summer, but at the same time to Seth try his damnedest to develop nothing with her. I love to watch Sandy and Kirsten in the episode too. Peter has such great timing and delivery.


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