At the opening day of the new school year, Ryan doesn't feel like he fits in at his new school of Harbor High, and Luke doesn't make the situation any better when he and his jock friends ... See full summary »

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At the opening day of the new school year, Ryan doesn't feel like he fits in at his new school of Harbor High, and Luke doesn't make the situation any better when he and his jock friends continue to bully and harass both him and Seth, who doesn't like being at school any more than Ryan. Meanwhile, Sandy accepts a case at his new job, a case that will test his relationship with Kirsten and her father Caleb. Anna and Seth hatch a plan to make Seth feel better with his current situation. Also, Ryan and Luke confront Marissa and force her to choose one of them.

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Comedy | Drama | Romance

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5 November 2003 (USA)  »

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While in the hot tub, Kirsten is listening to a song by Solomon Burke called "Don't Give Up On Me". Sandy later performs this song in season 2 (The Power of Love) at the Bait Shop during his and Kirsten's surprise anniversary party . See more »

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Seth: I like to think I can convey everything with a look.
Kirsten Cohen: Well, you look adorable!
Seth: No.
Kirsten Cohen: Cute?
Seth: No.
Kirsten Cohen: Dope?
Seth: No.
Kirsten Cohen: Rad?
Seth: Please, please, this is so painful for me!
Kirsten Cohen: Hey Sandy, dosen't Seth look rad?
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The OC..."The Heights"
5 June 2009 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Out of the first ten episodes the ninth episode was my very favorite because this is when Summer really shows her feelings for Seth and Seth now has to choose between two girls, in a matter of minutes, when his whole life he never had one girl. Also I love Ryan and Marissa and this is where they actually start dating =]! I love the couples in The OC! So much goes on in this episode with every character and that is also why it is my favorite. It is the start of a lot of drama that continues in the show! I really like the show! I never thought I would be so addicted to it! I never watched the show during the actual years that it played on television, but I had to do a project for a class and I started watching it and then after that I bought the rest of the seasons to watch for fun! I LOVE IT!


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