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Meanwhile, Seth and Summer face the problems of a long distance relationship as Summer leaves to attend college.
The first half of the season focuses on the characters accepting the reality of Marissa's death. The second half focuses on the characters "finding themselves" while facing myriad identity crises. This final season contains multiple surprises, such as a new addition to the Cohen family, a visit to an alternate universe in which Sandy becomes mayor, and a natural disaster that leaves Newport devastated.
Cast and characters[ edit ] Season 1 cast of The O. Peter Gallagher portrays Sandy Cohenan idealistic public defender who takes in Ryan Atwood in the pilot episode, much to the dismay of his wife, Kirsten. Although he lives in a large upper class house, his politics are left-leaning and open-minded, causing friction between himself and the community.
Peter Gallagher described the character as a "leftie Jewish guy from the Bronx. Kelly Rowan portrays Kirsten Cohen. Before she met Sandy she dated and grew up with Jimmy Cooper father of Marissa Cooper, with whom she remains friends.
She has had trouble with alcohol, which was triggered by the failing deteriorating relationship between her and her father, and had an abortion early in her life, which belonged to Jimmy. Kirsten continues to open a dating service with Julie, and become a mother of two at the end of the fourth season.
The character's politics and lifestyle are conservative, a contrast to her husband. Kelly Rowan described the character as seemingly more "together" than herself during an interview.
Ryan is subsequently taken in by his public defender, Sandy Cohen. He forms fast bonds with the entire Cohen family, especially Sandy's son Seth, as well as an extreme attachment to the girl next door, Marissa Cooper. Ryan slowly finds himself a place within his new materialistic society, and makes of the most of his situation by not only completing high school, but also continuing on to university. Casting director Patrick Rush found the role of Ryan Atwood particularly hard to cast and only invited Benjamin McKenzie to an audition after Fox had made them aware of the young actor after his unsuccessful audition for a UPN sitcom.
I think that the character of Ryan is a kid that always seems a little lost and has a sense of mystery and danger; Benjamin has all those qualities. Throughout the series Marissa is frequently battling with drugs and alcohol, including nearly killing herself on a trip in Mexico with her friends.
Marissa's relationships with her parents, boyfriends, and classmates are often tumultuous. She is Summer's best friend and Ryan's on and off love interest. Marissa is portrayed as a "spoiled girl who adjusts to being poor. Commenting on her departure, Barton said, "My character has been through so, so much and there's really nothing more left for her to do. He is known for his quick quips, comic book fascination, and pop-culture references. Seth is also the love interest of Summer Robertson whom he had a crush on since the third grade.
Seth has been called a "Jewish nerd into obscure emo bands," who "starts dating a gorgeous, popular virgin.
The show's press materials maintain that he's an existential hero along the lines of Holden Caulfield. Luke is initially the main antagonist of the series, coining the series famous "Welcome to the O.
However, he later becomes the main "comic punching bag" for the other characters. He gets in trouble for embezzlement and must face the consequences of his actions and its effect on his reputation and personal life. After his divorce from Julie, he pursues Hayley Nichol, Kirsten's younger sister, who eventually leaves him to further her fashion career in Japan. He was a regular cast member for Season 1 and the beginning of Season 2.
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Jimmy's character made a brief appearance on season 3, but was quickly left when Jimmy is forced to leave town, the morning of his wedding to Julie, due to money problems. One interviewer characterized Jimmy as a "lovable deadbeat dad. The character is portrayed as flighty and perpetually in financial debt despite warm relationships with his daughters.
The character was ranked eighth by Entertainment Weekly on a list of the worst dads in television history. At the beginning of the show she is married to financial planner Jimmy Cooper. She is often characterized as being devious, selfish, and shallow. However, she reveals a more vulnerable and empathetic part of herself a number of times during the series.
Melinda Clarke summarized her character as being "clearly just such a money-digging whore. To me, it's so funny now to see The Real Housewives of Orange County because you realise it exists and that's what Julie was.
Julie was obviously the original housewife. Starting in her pink Juicy sweat suit outfit and then by the end she's graduated from college and moving on with her life. Bilson's character was originally scheduled to appear in only a few episodes, but her character quickly became popular amongst viewers, and ended up being part of the main cast for the rest of the series. Summer's mother left when her parents divorced after her mother abandons them and she has had no contact with her since.
Her stepmother, nicknamed the "step-monster," is a lazy woman with a suggested drug problem.
Summer has been referred to as a "seemingly snotty, superficial rich girl who is revealed to have hidden depth when she warms to the charms of nerdy Seth. Summer's character surprises audiences by turning out to be much more intellectually capable than ever imagined. She continues to be accepted to Brown, beating out many applicants from Harbour School, including, to his dismay, Seth. Not only intelligent, Summer Roberts proves to be an activist for animals while protesting against lab testing on critters and setting lab bunnies free.
She later takes one as her own and names her Pancakes. Alan Dale portrays Caleb Nichol season 2, recurring season 1Kirsten's businessman father and later Julie Cooper's husband. His character recurs throughout the first season, and he becomes a regular during the second season, but comes to a sudden stop when his character suffers from a fatal heart attack during the season 2 finale. When asked by the Tribune about the character, Dale said, ""The thing that's lovely about this character is that there's so much to do with him.
His relationships are so complicated, and once the marriage happened, everyone was related in the show. That means he's got all these people to relate to, and he relates so badly with everyone.
Her character's initial personality was referred to by many critics as similar to the character Tracy Flick from the film Election. Autumn Reeser's performance was critically acclaimed. She reflected back on the character during a interview, saying "I feel like there's a lot of girls out there who could really relate to her, who hadn't seen themselves on TV in that way. I loved that about her. I loved that she made no apologies for who she was even though she wasn't what all the magazines said was OK.
She was like, "I'm still valid. And I know I'm odd, and that's OK. The role was originally played by Shailene Woodley in a recurring role during Season 1. Kaitlin spends much of the series at boarding school before returning on a recurring basis in season 3 now played by Holland and finally becoming a regular character in season 4.
The daughter of Jimmy Cooper and Julie Cooper-Nichol and sister to Marissa Cooperher personality is more similar to her mother's rather than her father's, and she is portrayed as a regular pot smoker and occasional dealer. Holland observed that "no one can control her" but that her arc in Season 4 finds the character maturing.
My character went to boarding school and when they decided to bring her back, they actually re-auditioned me to bring her back. After this, Marissa battles with her mother, who wants to send her to rehab. She eventually gets through to Julie but has to agree to see a therapist in Newport Beach after she is caught shoplifting. She meets Oliver Trask during her first session, and they soon become good friends, much to Ryan's displeasure. Throughout the first season, Marissa is involved in an on-again, off-again relationship with Ryan, with the relationship jeopardized by Luke and Oliver.
Oliver is initially discovered by Ryan to be mentally unstable and harboring an unhealthy obsession for Marissa. Ryan and Marissa break up because of his interference. Oliver is arrested after he keeps Marissa as a hostage and threatens to kill himself if she does not leave Ryan for good. After Oliver's arrest, Marissa attempts reuniting with Ryan, he refuses and they remain friends. During this time, her mother is romantically involved with Kirsten Cohen 's father, Caleb Nichol.
During a brief breakup with Caleb, Marissa's mother has a fling with Luke, which causes Marissa to run away to Chino, Californiato Ryan's ex-girlfriend Theresa Diaz 's house. This leads to Ryan and Marissa again becoming romantically involved. Marissa uses the affair between Julie and Luke as blackmail to get out of counseling or living with her mother because Julie does not want anyone to find out. Marissa and Ryan's relationship is strained once more when Theresa comes to Newport Beach towards the end of the season after suffering domestic abuse from her boyfriend Eddie.
Theresa reveals to Marissa that she is pregnant and does not know whether the baby's father is Ryan or Eddie. In the season finale, Ryan leaves Marissa to move back to Chino and help Theresa raise the baby. Marissa moves into Caleb Nichol's home after he and her mother marry in the season finale. Marissa's grief over Ryan's departure makes her turn back to alcohol. Season 2[ edit ] During the second season, Marissa struggles with alcohol and depressioncaused largely by Ryan's departure from her life.
When Ryan returns, it looks as though they may have rekindled their relationship, but after finding out about her relationship with D. Marissa's relationships in the interim period seem somewhat specifically chosen to take stabs at her mother—first with D. Her relationship with her parents sinks to an all-time low when she discovers that they were back together again.
At Jimmy's farewell party, she confronts her parents in public and loudly calls Julie a whore and herself "the daughter of a thief and a slut. After Trey takes cocainehe tries to rape Marissa. Marissa does not want to tell Ryan because she did not want him to worry, and Trey does not want her to tell him because he and Ryan were getting along again. Marissa breaks down and tells Summer, who tells Seth. Seth was initially reluctant to tell his foster brother, knowing Ryan's volatile temperament and tendency to physically lash out when it came to people he cared about.
When Ryan finds out, he and Trey get into an extremely violent fist fight at Trey's apartment. The scene ends with Marissa shooting Trey in order to save Ryan, who was pinned on the floor. Season 3[ edit ] As the series' third season opens, Marissa is under investigation regarding the shooting of Trey Atwoodwho is in a coma as a result of the wound. When he awakens, Julie threatens to smother Trey if he does not tell the authority that Ryan shot him, in order to keep Marissa out of trouble.
Marissa finds out and convinces Trey to tell the truth. Ryan is let free, and Marissa faces no legal liability as she was defending another person's life using proportional force in the circumstances. Despite a lack of legal repercussions, the event results in Marissa's expulsion from the prestigious Harbor School, as it is cited along with her past of flagrant shoplifting and substance abuse. Following her expulsion, she attends the local public school Newport Union and has difficulty fitting in.
She befriends one of her schoolmates, a local surfer named Johnny Harper. Johnny causes rifts in her relationship with Ryan, who ironically befriends Johnny due to their similar backgrounds, initially because Marissa feels she cannot talk to Ryan about what happened with Trey and later because Johnny falls in love with her. Marissa confirms her commitment to Ryan and writes Johnny a letter saying that while he is her friend and she cares for him, she will never love him.
This results in Johnny falling to his death from a cliff after a drinking binge, and the tragedy causes Ryan and Marissa's final breakup.
In the wake of Johnny's death, Marissa struggles to find closure, as well as her own place and purpose in Newport Beach. She develops a relationship with Kevin Volchok after she and Ryan break up, which causes her to go back to her rebellious ways. She begins to abuse alcohol again and tries cocaine. Marissa distances herself from Ryan, Summer, and Seth and becomes argumentative again with her mother.
After some time, she comes to her senses and decides to leave Kevin. But when she finds him watching The Sound of Musicshe realizes he has a sensitive side and decides she may be able to have a relationship with him. During their senior prom, though, she catches him cheating on her and breaks things off.
In the season finale, Marissa receives a letter from her father inviting her to live for a year on a boat with him in Greeceand she accepts. The day she graduates from Harbor along with her friends Summer, Ryan, Seth, and Taylor, Kevin begins calling her and asks to see her, but she declines.
Marissa pays Kevin to get out of town and to leave her and Ryan alone.O C California Staffel 4 Folge 1 HD Deutsch
She says her goodbyes to her family and friends and prepares to leave for Greece. After their time together, Ryan drives her to the airport. On the way to the airport, a drunken Kevin begins hitting their car, causing them to go off the road.
In The Graduates " episode 3. Marissa is unconscious, but Ryan pulls her out of the car, which begins to drip gasoline. Ryan takes Marissa into his arms and away from the car as it explodes. He tells her that he will need to go get help, but knowing that nothing can be done, she asks him to stay. After a few moments of looking into each other's eyes, she dies while in Ryan's arms. Season 4[ edit ] In " The Avengers ," Summer believes she sees Marissa - as a ghost - when she returns to the adjoining bedrooms they shared together for the first time since Marissa's death.
This causes Summer to fast track her trip back to Brown and leave Newport Beach.
Moreover, many characters throughout Season 4 catch glimpses of Marissa, whether they be similar-looking girls in passing or a ghostly imagination of Marissa while reminiscing about her in a familiar place.