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Season 1 DVD Press Kit
OC Season 1 DVD


Documentation
Press Release- Microsoft Word File


Video Clips

Clip: Casting Mischa Barton
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Clip: Casting The Cast
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Clip: The Unseen Pilot

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Clip: The Unseen Girlfriend
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Our Review

Who would’ve thought back in August of 2003 that a little show called The O.C. would become such a pop-cultural phenomenon. What was described as a Beverly Hills 90210 wannabe has turned into a show with its own voice and style. The stars of the show have become achieved breakout status and the show is at an all time high as it enters its second season. This show has redefined the formula for making a teen show work by putting a new spin on the genre.

So where did we begin? In August of 2003 Fox premiered the Pilot episode of The O.C. amongst a strong marketing campaign and high expectations. The Pilot of The O.C. was a nice introduction to this show and it would only build from this very strong episode.

Doesn’t it only seem like yesterday when Ryan Atwood was crashing a car with his big brother and being assigned a public defender by the name of Sandy Cohen? Doesn’t it feel like it was only weeks ago that Ryan was brought in by Sandy into his families home, much to the distress of his wife Kirsten. Boy, it really feels like it was only yesterday when Ryan got all James Dean on Marissa outside of the Cohen household, with talks of bumming a cigarette being their first conversation. It doesn’t really seem that long ago that we learned of Seth’s infatuation with Summer, a girl he never really has talked to, or that long ago when we first heard Summer utter the phrase “Chino…ewww”. It wasn’t that long ago that Jimmy was in trouble with the law and Luke was the resident bully of The O.C.

These would be the trials and tribulations of these characters that we would come to love. This formula could’ve easily been cheesy and melodramatic but creator Josh Schwartz adds something new to the mix. The show also paid equal attention to the adult characters. Kelly Rowan and Peter Gallagher showed great chemistry early on as Kirsten and Sandy. They really make that home feel like a place you’ve been before. It really doesn’t feel like they’re acting to me, and this is even evident in the pilot. Melinda Clarke and Tate Donovan were also good as the total opposites of Kirsten and Sandy. Melinda Clarke even showed early on that she would become a force to be reckoned with. You could tell that, even in the pilot, that the adults would be just as interesting as the teenagers.

And if the first 27 episodes of the most addictive show to hit the airwaves in ages wasn't enough, this DVD set also contains more special features than you can shake a stick at, including Deleted Scenes with introductions by creator Josh Schwartz; Casting "The O.C." featurette with creator Josh Schwartz and casting director Patrick Rush; The Music of "The O.C." featurette with music supervisor Alexandra Pastavas; Inside The Real O.C. featurette with producer McG; Audio Commentary for The Pilot with creator Josh Schwartz and producer Stephanie Savage; The O.C. Music Guide for 6 episodes; Season 2 Sneak Peak with creator Josh Schwartz and the cast and the trailer for the ocinsider.com.

All in all, we love this DVD set! And we proclaim it a must for any true OC fan!


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Season 2 DVD Press Kit
OC Season 2 DVD


Synopsis
There's trouble (and plenty of fun) in paradise in this 24-episode, 7-disc Season 2 collection of the smash-hit series set in Orange County's posh Newport Beach. Hook up with what's coming down as the Core Four romances of Ryan-and-Marissa and Seth-and-Summer may (or may not) go from very over to very on, Sandy and Kirsten face choices that could trainwreck their 20-year marriage, felon (and Ryan's brother) Trey gives Newport living a try, Julie's lurid past comes back to haunt her, and other new hunks and hotties become part of the coastal scene. Live. Laugh. Lie. Cheat. Grow. Share. Connive. Love. In California's beach paradise, they do everything under the sun.

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Our Review

I'm not sure where these rumors are being started about the second season of The OC not measuring up to season one. The writing remained consistent and on par with what viewers became used to in the first season, the characters didn't miss a beat and, in the opinion of this viewer, each episode was as much or even more potent than any from season one. What continues to set The OC apart from soap-opera style teen dramas is the depth of each and every character in the series. Where so many shows present characters in a sort of one-dimensional, what you see is what you get kind of style, each character on The OC is presented with multiple facets and depth.

The OC became the most addictive show to hit the airwaves in many years, and season two only reassured us why we couldn't get enough of life in Newport Beach. Everything you loved from season one was still there- the undeniable chemistry between Seth and Summer, Ryan's brooding, bad-boy moments and let's not forget that posh, and even the parents were getting into a bit of trouble themselves.

Of course, if 24 episodes of witty banter, and classic OC moments weren't enough for you, the Season 2 DVD set is chock-full of extra features including season 1 and 2 gag-reels, episode commentaries, The OC Obsessed Completely retrospective television special (which The OC Online's webmistress, Emma, had a hand in) and Beach Couture: How OC Fashion is Made. So, now you have no reason not to get up and pick up your own copy and reminisce and remember just why you fell in love with Newport Beach, Orange County.

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Audio Streams from The O.C. Mix #2


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Death Cab For Cutie “A Lack Of Color”
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Interpol “Specialist”
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Nada Surf “If You Leave”
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