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- Episode 01: Pilot
- Episode 02: The Model Home
- Episode 03: The Gamble
- Episode 04: The Debut
- Episode 05: The Outsider
- Episode 06: The Girlfriend
- Episode 07: The Escape
- Episode 08: The Resque
- Episode 09: The Heights
- Episode 10: The Perfect Couple
- Episode 11: The Homecoming
- Episode 12: The Secret
- Episode 13: The Best Chrismukkah Ever
- Episode 14: The Countdown
- Episode 15: The Third Wheel
- Episode 16: The Links
- Episode 17: The Rivals
- Episode 18: The Truth
- Episode 19: The Heartbreak
- Episode 20: The Telenovela
- Episode 21: The Goodbye Girl
- Episode 22: The L: A
- Episode 23: The Nana
- Episode 24: The Proposal
- Episode 25: The Showerl
- Episode 26: The Strip
- Episode 27: The Ties That Bind
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Creators of "The O.C. - Season 1"
Critics Of "The O.C. - Season 1"
Alessandra Stanley New York Times
January 29, 2015 What gives The O.C added spice is that it also borrows from older films, including, most incongruously, My Man Godfrey.Read in Source
Mike McDaniel Houston Chronicle
January 29, 2015 The O.C. stands for a not-too-shabby soap opera with honest-to-goodness screenwriting and actors.Read in Source
Steve Johnson Chicago Tribune
January 29, 2015 Much here depends on McKenzie, an unknown. But his efforts at Russell Crowe-like brooding play more as blankness.Read in Source
Tom Shales Washington Post
January 29, 2015 Fashioned crudely to appeal to teenage masochism, the series plows old ground in the tritest possible way.Read in Source
James Poniewozik TIME Magazine
January 29, 2015 The O.C. looks to have enough heart, talent and wit to generate a few seasons' worth of luxurious suds.Read in Source
Hal Boedeker Orlando Sentinel
January 29, 2015 Most of all, The O.C. presents a father figure who is decent, smart and generous. Gallagher embodies those qualities with ease -- he's the kind of father that television sorely needs.Read in Source
David Bianculli New York Daily News
January 29, 2015 [It] looks like it'll hit the mark with the young target audience, and this early-summer start will help generate buzz, as it did when 90210 took off.Read in Source
Terry Kelleher People Magazine
January 29, 2015 Nothing in the opener is especially fresh or intriguing except the relationship between Ryan and Seth.Read in Source
Tim Goodman San Francisco Chronicle
January 29, 2015 The series reflects the youth and intelligence of its writer and succeeds by quickly getting viewers past what would seem an insurmountable obstacle -- caring about what happens to rich white kids in Orange County.Read in Source
Country: United States
Genre: Thriller, Horror, Mystery
Twelve years after the tragic death of their little girl, a dollmaker and his wife welcome a nun and several girls from a shuttered orphanage into ...