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The O.C. - Season 2

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Downhill

    This show had an amazing first season unfortunately the same can not be said about the second. This season we see more of the kids in school and the show has an age regression in which the kids are now 16 (if you watched the first season it is clear they are 16/17 as they all drive and its stated a few times the actual ages). Season 2 is quite bland from its first season debut. This time around we deal more with the issues of crushes, school, and plots so predictable it wasn't worth watching. You have to be brain dead not to figure out that girl was Kirsten's sister better yet where was she in the end? The growth of the characters is slowed and even regressed in some instances. The character of Ryan Atwood for the rest of the season becomes so much of the brooding type that he has about a paragraph's worth of lines throughout an entire episode. This season however did bring forth the character of Seth which revealed him to be more sarcastically annoying than full of the shy impromptu wit that was so initially appealing about his character. The best part of the season was the last few episodes in which the series returned to its roots and had unpredictable drama mixed with shocking moving moments. Bottom line this season was okay but by no means great it was more of Dawson's Creek and Melrose Place (teenage version) meets CA. Very unfortunate. Instead I would stick with the first season and watch this one in reruns. Worse yet however was season 3.

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    Posted February 16, 2009

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