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Format: DVD
Sku: 202868700
UPC: 012569762305
UPC 14: 00012569762305
Category Keywords: California  Teenagers  Television Shows
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Senior year. Prom. Graduation. College visits. Old friends. New problems. And plenty of Korean popstars. Ryan's savior complex becomes a recipe for disaster. Seth and Summer's relationship hits the rocks thanks to Seth's compulsion to edit the truth. As Kirsten attempts to put her life back together, Sandy assumes leadership of the Newport Group and finds himself the heir-apparent to Caleb Nichol's legacy of scandal. Marissa spirals out of control after little sis Kaitlin - a Julie Cooper in the making - returns home to stir the pot. And speaking of Julie Cooper, she's cast out of her Palace - into the slums of The O.C. No sign of senioritis here. All 25 episodes lead to the most schocking season finale yet. With humor, heart, great music and all the teen angst you could hope for (and more), see why "The O.C. has become the John Hughes movie of the 2000s" (PopMatters).

"...it doesn't star Tori Spelling. That alone makes it better than 90210.  Scott Weinberg, DVD Talk
"It has secrets, backstabbing, love triangles, and conflict, everything a good soap needs.  Shawn McKenzie, Entertain Your Brain!
"The mesh of adolescent and mature drama is perfect.  Techtite's TV Reviews

Editor's Note
With its debut in 2003, THE O.C. quickly became the most popular night-time soap since BEVERLY HILLS, 90210. Captivating audiences with its fresh dialogue, clever wit, steamy storylines, and the mesmerizing power of Peter Gallagher's eyebrows, the series became a trendsetting force in terms of popular fashion and music tastes among young viewers. When the third season begins, characters are left to deal with the aftermath of the previous year's events. While Kirsten makes friends in rehab and thinks over when she'll be ready to return home, Sandy shields her from all the drama going on back in the O.C. Still having to explain her role in Trey's shooting, Marissa finds herself in the middle of police accusations and harsh judgment from the Harbor High parent council. Meanwhile, Ryan is encountering the same treatment. As Seth, Summer, and Sandy try to get Ryan and Marissa back into Harbor, several things get in the way, and it looks like Marissa may be leaving her Chanel purses behind for the tough world of public school.

In this season, each character must carry his or her fair share of baggage, including formerly saint-like Sandy, who while negotiating some sticky business deals, gets in over his head, and risks what he thought was a rock-solid marriage. As the season progresses, there are college decisions to make, with the gang having to decide whether to stick together or split up. Loyalties are tested, bonds broken, new connections made, and in the final episode of the season, a central character's life is lost.

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Video Features DVD, Widescreen, French, Spanish, Subtitled

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Release Information
Video Mfg Name Studio: Warner
Video Release Date Release Date: 11/10/2009
Video Play Time Running Time: 1089 minutes
Video CategoryId Catalog ID: 76230
Video UPC UPC: 00012569762305
Video Number of Discs Number of Discs: 7

Audio & Video
Video Original Language Original Language: English
Video Audio Spec Available Audio Tracks: English [CC], English
Video Subtitle Available Subtitles: French, Spanish

Aspect Ratio
Video Aspect Ratio Anamorphic Widescreen  1.77:1

Cast & Crew

Video Cast Info Adam Brody
Video Cast Info Benjamin McKenzie
Video Cast Info Jeri Ryan
Video Cast Info Kelly Rowan
Video Cast Info Mischa Barton
Video Cast Info Peter Gallagher
Video Cast Info Rachel Bilson
Video Cast Info Tate Donovan
Video Cast Info Christopher Tyng - Original Music By
Video Cast Info Dave Bartis - Executive Producer
Video Cast Info David Calloway - Producer
Video Cast Info Jamie Barber, et. al. - Cinematographer
Video Cast Info Josh Schwartz, et. al. - Writer
Video Cast Info Norman Buckley, et. al. - Editor
Video Cast Info Richard Marvin - Original Music By

Professional Reviews

Ultimate DVD
3 stars out of 5 -- "[T]here's something guiltily addictive about this modern day 90210." 12/01/2006 p.197

The Flick Filosopher 7 of 10
So far, no gorgeous amnesiac who just blew back into town has turned out to be someone's long-lost spouse/child/evil twin, but there's little else that could make this hit Fox series any sudsier than it already is...The idea is supposed to be that Newport Beach society is just as much a jungle as the working-poor life he knew before, where his low-class mom let her live-in boyfriend beat up on Ryan, but that'd be laughable if only this weren't yet another in a long line of aren't-you-glad-you-aren't-rich anti-wish-fulfillment dramas that invites its audience to sneak an illicit peek at the life of the impossibly wealthy while also suggesting that there's no way you'd want to live it. - MaryAnn Johanson

DVD Verdict 9 of 10
There's more to The O.C. than meets the eye; for all of its supposed soap opera trappings, it actually manages to transcend that genre and function at a higher level. That could be because we now live in an age of irony, meaning that the show is self-aware - it mocks convention as regularly as it embraces it (a running gag involving one character's obsession with a show called The Valley drives this home). It might just be the least guilty Guilty Pleasure on television; although some moments of the show are designed with the Guilty Pleasure mentality in mind, it never allows itself to devolve into self-parody or camp - there's enough sincerity throughout to keep everyone involved honest. - Patrick Bromley

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