Jimmy and Sandy run into a roadblock in their effort to re-open the Balboa Lighthouse restaurant when some investors withdraw their funds and it's revealed that they were Jimmy's former ... See full summary »

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Jimmy and Sandy run into a roadblock in their effort to re-open the Balboa Lighthouse restaurant when some investors withdraw their funds and it's revealed that they were Jimmy's former business clients whom he lost all of their money. Meanwhile, Summer and Seth take it upon themselves to finally make Marissa feel more at home at Jimmy's apartment. Things take another when when Caleb makes a marriage proposal to Julie, which sparks anger and a feeling of betrayal for Luke who gets behind the wheel of his car and has a near-fatal accident. Also, Marissa, and Sandy and Jimmy each strike deals with Caleb in which he forces Marissa to live with him and Julie after they are married in exchange for helping Jimmy and Sandy with their business adventure. Written by Anonymous

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In one of the first season episodes ("The Proposal"), the main characters are watching an unnamed "chick-flick". According to "The O.C." website, the movie was "The Triplets of Bellville", but a closer examination will show that the credits are not from the movie at all. Instead, the credits being run in the theater in the background are just shout-outs to crew members (i.e. Susan Godfrey). See more »

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When Luke is drunk, talking to Ryan on the phone, he is standing outside his truck with a beer and listening to music. The shot goes to Ryan and then back to Luke hanging up on him and the music is no longer playing. See more »

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Summer: You're such a dandy, Cohen.
Seth: You're a dandy, woman.
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All The Kings Horses
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The Proposal (#1.24)
7 September 2014 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

Luke will be moving out of town. He wants to say good bye to Marissa and Julie and ends up witnessing Caleb proposing to Julie. He gets drunk an gets into a car accident. Sandy and Jimmy are having trouble with the restaurant because of Jimmy's financial past but Caleb can help them out by buying the restaurant.

Well, I am sad that Luke will leave. He was actually a character I liked. Not as boring and one dimensional and Ryan, but well developed as a human and having great story lines. But it was a pretty dramatic episode with him that was interesting. Wonder if he still gets to see Julie one more time.


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