Ryan continues to become suspicious of Oliver when he suddenly transfers to Harbor High and begins making plans of his own with Marissa. But Ryan's attempts to try to expose Oliver of the ... See full summary »

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Ryan continues to become suspicious of Oliver when he suddenly transfers to Harbor High and begins making plans of his own with Marissa. But Ryan's attempts to try to expose Oliver of the person that he is, gets met with negative approval from everyone, leading to a familiar situation. Summer shows off her new boyfriend, Danny, to Seth and Anna who correctly think that Summer is just showing off to satisfy her own ego. Meanwhile, Sandy and Jimmy prepare to sign the lease papers to build their own seafood restaurant, the Lighthouse. But Jimmy doesn't know if he's ready for this new business venture. Written by Anonymous

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When Danny beats Seth at the video game, he turns to Seth and says "You just got Punk'd (2003)! There's a camera there *points*, there *points again* and over there!*and once again*". Incidentally, Adam Brody got Punk'd three months after this episode aired. See more »

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In the scene where Ryan is in detention there is also an African-American guy serving detention. He is wearing a greenish button-up shirt and khaki pants. Later when Ryan fights Oliver, it is a different day and that same guy from detention can be seen in the background witnessing the fight in the same exact clothes; indicating that both scenes were shot on the same day. See more »

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Sandy: [Sandy and Seth are discussing Danny, Summer's new boyfriend]
Sandy: Whoa, that kid is not funny.
Seth: Thank you. I know.
Sandy: He makes Ryan look funny.
Seth: He makes Marissa look funny.
Sandy: Gentiles. I love your mother more than words, but not funny. Get yourself some funnier friends.
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The Rivals (#1.17)
6 September 2014 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

Oliver transfers into their school. Ryan is suspicious and looks into his file where he finds out that Oliver tried to commit suicide over a girl. He is caught for that and put into detention. He also breaks into Marissa's locker and gets a letter Oliver wrote which makes Marissa want to break up with him.

The Oliver story gets a bit better. He is sure an interesting character. And they did some good spins in this episode, including the letter not even being for Marissa and Ryan screwing it up.

Am glad to see Jimmy and Sandy getting the restaurant together. And what is wrong with Seth? Finding yourself of the opposite sex is the best thing that can happen to anyone.


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