The O.C.: Season 3, Episode 20

The Day After Tomorrow (6 Apr. 2006)

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When college acceptance and rejection letters are received, the kids must consider what path they are going to follow. Summer is accepted into Brown University, whereas Seth is not. Not ... See full summary »

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When college acceptance and rejection letters are received, the kids must consider what path they are going to follow. Summer is accepted into Brown University, whereas Seth is not. Not wanting to hold back Summer from such an grand opportunity, Seth lies by telling Summer and everyone that he got accepted into Brown, and begins to treat Summer badly. Ryan and Sadie try to decide what Ryan will do after high school when he is accepted into Berkeley. Marissa is also accepted into Berkely, but does not know if she wants to leave Newport. Meanwhile, Sandy tries to resolve the conflict between the unscrupulous, and mob-connected Henry Griffin and the hotshot Matt, where Mr. Griffin tries to bribe Sandy into not filing charges against him. Accepted to a college in France, a joyful Taylor holds a college acceptance bonfire party where Summer and Marissa try to fix their friendship problems, and Sadie decides not to move to Berkey with Ryan after seeing that it will hold him back and she ... Written by -mustasha-

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At the end when Marissa puts her sweatshirt in the wardrobe, the color of her nails is dark red, but when she hears Summer crying and puts her arm on her shoulder, there is no color on nails. See more »

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Ryan Atwood: Seth, I gotta ask. Did you really get into Brown?
Seth Cohen: Did I get in? Now who's smoking pot? Listen to me, the only class I've ever gotten less than an A in was gym. My essay on the loneliness of being Superman made Mrs Rushfield cry. So of course I... Oh God, how did I not get in?
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The Day After Tomorrow (#3.20)
24 September 2014 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

It is the day when everybody gets their college letters back. Everyone got in where they wanted but Seth. To make sure Summer still goes to Brown he doesn't tell the truth. And later just says that he wants to go somewhere else. Sadie was planning to go with Ryan to Berkley but after she changes her mind.

It really is hard to believe that all of them got in but Seth. Really, the one guy who was great on a steady basis and Summer got in over him? Crazy! Well at least they didn't make it a miracle where one time ever two people from their school got in. And Summer only wanting to go where Seth goes is plain stupid. Well it is to expect of her, besides those out of nowhere high SATs she has never really been very bright. Marissa who was criticized by everyone about thinking of not going to Berkley was way smarter in her thinking as she wanted to be sure it is right for her. Summer doesn't seem to care about education and the big chance she has. If this doesn't matter to her she should have never applied to Brown anyways, but to that small college next to it, this way she just ruined her chances to be with Seth in the same area by ruining his dream without really having one herself.


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