The O.C. (2003–2007)
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The Dream Lover 

Kirsten must clean up after Julie when one of the men she hooked someone with has an unpleasant "medical condition." Meanwhile, Will Tutt introduces Kaitlin to his fellow school band ... See full summary »


Patrick R. Norris (as Patrick Norris)


Josh Schwartz (created by), Mark Fish (show staff writer) | 1 more credit »

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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Peter Gallagher ... Sandy Cohen
Kelly Rowan ... Kirsten Cohen
Ben McKenzie ... Ryan Atwood
Adam Brody ... Seth Cohen
Melinda Clarke ... Julie Cooper
Rachel Bilson ... Summer Roberts
Autumn Reeser ... Taylor Townsend
Willa Holland ... Kaitlin Cooper
Chris Pratt ... Ché
Chris Brown ... Will Tutt
Brandon Quinn ... Spencer Bullit
Henri Lubatti ... Henri-Michel de Momourant
Julia Ling ... Lucy
Lorna Scott ... Beatrice
Wyndoline Landry ... Rachel


Kirsten must clean up after Julie when one of the men she hooked someone with has an unpleasant "medical condition." Meanwhile, Will Tutt introduces Kaitlin to his fellow school band members Lucy, Jane, and Rachel during a bake sale at Harbor High to raise money to get new uniforms. But Kaitlin does not get along at all with Will's band mates because of her cynicism and insensitivity. Ryan tries writing a love poem for Taylor when Henri-Michel announces that he plans on staying in Newport for a while. Also, Che arrives back in town and takes Seth on a 'spiritual retreat' in the hills for Seth to see his path on where he stands with Summer. Written by Anonymous

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Comedy | Drama | Romance








Release Date:

17 January 2007 (USA) See more »

Filming Locations:

Agoura Hills, California, USA See more »

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Aspect Ratio:

1.78 : 1
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Kaitlin tells Ryan "the fifteen-year-old is right." Willa Holland is actually that age, fifteen-and-a-half by the time this episode aired. See more »


Kirsten Cohen: [answering company phone] NewMatch?
Julie Cooper: Hi, Kiki! Don't hang up!
Kirsten Cohen: [firmly] You turn our business into a prostitution ring and you get hung up on. Company policy.
[puts down the phone, Julie is dismayed, but tries again, and the phone rings]
Kirsten Cohen: NewMatch?
Julie Cooper: Did you at least get my cookie bouquet?
Kirsten Cohen: [sharply] I'm allergic to chocolates.
Julie Cooper: No, you're not.
Kirsten Cohen: Then I'm allergic to you.
Julie Cooper: Just tell me how long you are going to be mad at me about this.
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10 stars
3 November 2017 | by freebpandstuffSee all my reviews

Not sure what comedy fan is talking about. I didn't find anything about this episode boring. With the cleaver jokes and the great use of the different conversations in different places completing each other i can honestly say i have never seen a better show. I also believe that Chlamydia is a big deal. They used it in a clever way that lead to some funny lines and situations that help move the plot along but in any other situation i fell like Chlamydia is no laughing matter.

My take on Will charter is he is a great charter and the young actor they casted to play his is spectacular. Mark my words that young man is going places.

I that the spirit animal stuff was charming and fun, everything I have come to expect from The O.C. other the years.

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