Seth and Zach squabble over who should take Summer to the prom and who will meet George Lucas for dinner over the publishing of the graphic novel. Meanwhile, Sandy takes drastic actions ... See full summary »

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Seth and Zach squabble over who should take Summer to the prom and who will meet George Lucas for dinner over the publishing of the graphic novel. Meanwhile, Sandy takes drastic actions with a recovering Kirsten. Ryan starts to piece together what happened between Trey and Marissa, while at the same time, Ryan run into his old girlfriend Theresa. Also, Julie decides to murder Caleb to avoid going broke. But her attempts to poison Caleb take a surprise turn. Written by Anonymous

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Near the start of the episode, Summer and Marissa are walking through the school campus. As they sit on a bench Marissa is holding a book and a bottle of water in her left hand, the camera then changes and the book is gone. See more »

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Seth: Dude, Reed is all over us, and not in a good way.
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The O.Sea (#2.23)
16 September 2014 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

Seth and Zach have to decide who goes with Summer to prom and who goes to meet George Lucas. They flip a coin but end up both at the role they didn't really want. Julie wants to postpone the divorce by slipping Caleb a pill but changes her mind yet he ends up dying. Ryan suspects Marissa of cheating and doesn't know whom to believe, her or Trey, but Theresa opens his eyes.

Well, not a bad episode. I was a bit surprised how easily Kirsten recovered after that insane accident last episode, but OK it doesn't have to be believable. The ending with Caleb's death was way more shocking. Sad to see the character go, but this may be good for Julie.

And the Seth/Zach issue resolved pretty well, both ended up being happy and this is good. Was also good to see George Lucas in this episode, the conversation in his scene was kind of ridiculous but pretty fitting to OC.


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