Sunday, December 31, 2017

The O.C. Hoildays: The Countdown to New Years!

By this time lets face it we all had our solid fill of holidays in the past months, Halloween, Thanksgiving, Chrismukkah - lots of food, gifts and fun but forget all that because today is New Years Eve. The final climax of the year - the grand bon-voyage saying bye to the old and hello to the new.

Whether it was a good year or a bad one for you its good to stay positive and think about the great things that did go right this year. Some of you may have started a new hobby or a new job - some may have dropped a relationship - and for others found their soulmate, funny how life works out.

Regardless of your achievements we must ask you the same question our favorite character Oliver asks Marissa in "The Countdown": What is that new years resolution you won't keep? And also which new years solution are you going to keep? Hit us up on Twitter for your answers! :) Cheers and Happy New Years OC'ers! We thank you and look forward to what comes into play in 2018! Stay tuned!

We'll leave you with this epic ending scene from "The Countdown"

Sunday, December 24, 2017

The O.C. Holidays: Seth's OC Chrismukkah Sweater!

Merry Chrismukkah eve everyone! As we soon wrap up this holiday season we wanted to share yet another awesome holiday inspired OC musing.

A very close replica to Seth's season one Chrismukkah sweater has been found. Although not entirely exactly the same - it is the closest design yet. The main difference is the spacing of the deer on Seth's version. 

This particular replica is made by a company called "Steep Slopes" and we believe it to be from around the 1980's. If you search Ebay under the term "Steep Slopes sweater" you should be able to find one if you're lucky! 

Fun fact: The sweater that Seth wears in season 1's Chrismukkah episode was actually given to Seth by the writer/creator of the show Josh Schwartz! It came from his personal collection! You may be thinking oh man Seth had to wear an old guys sweater but in fact Josh and Seth were very close in age. 

Now scour the web and try to find this replica for yourself! With that being said we hope you have a very merry Chrismukkah and it is filled with great laughs, good family/friends, so much food you almost pass out and a whole lot of awesome gifts! 

Thursday, December 21, 2017

The O.C. Memorabilia: The Best Chrismukkah Ever Script!

At Everything The O.C. we love acquiring rare one-of-a-kind OC items. One of which is an actual script used in season 1 episode 13 "The Best Chrismukkah Ever". If you are unfamiliar with this episode your not a true fan! It's also known as the episode where Seth introduces not only to Ryan but to the whole world about his super holiday combining the best of Christmas and Hanukkah into one super holiday known as Chrismukkah. TV shows have multiple stages of scripts - this script above just so happens to be the blue draft from 10-07-03. This particular episodes is probably in the top 5 best episodes of the entire series. Notice at the bottom left they originally wrote this as episode 12 (112) - later turned to 13..Episode 12 was the Luke's dad Carson coming out episode called "The Secret". 

Here is a look inside. In this excerpt Seth is trying to teach Ryan about his super holiday!

And here is the scene pointed out above. The look on Ryan's face is priceless. Let us know if you like these kinds of posts - if the demand is high enough we will be happy to scan certain scripts for the fans!

Wednesday, December 13, 2017

The O.C. DIY: Make your own paper Chrismukkah Yamaclaus!

As Chrismukkah is approaching fans look for ways they can connect with their favorite show! Thanks to we present to you a tutorial on how to make your very own paper Yamaclaus based off of the one Lindsay created in season 2 of The O.C..

"Holy Moses it's beautiful!" -Seth

Save the above JPG onto your computer and print (it will be displayed in full size). If you decide your not the creative type check out their website and buy the real deal for around 11 dollars.

Watch Lindsay present to Ryan her creation and Ryan's drop the mic moment when he shows Seth the Yamaclaus in the clip above from The O.C. "The Chrismukkah that almost wasn't".

Monday, December 11, 2017

The O.C. Merchandise: Chrismukkah t-shirt, hoodie and coffee mug NOW AVAILABLE!

I'm sure you've heard...I'ts that time again! Merry Chrismukkah! It's time to bust out the ole Christmas tree, throw a log into the fireplace and get into the holiday spirit Seth style! After all Chrismukkah is the uber holiday combining the best things that Christianity and Judaism have to offer! Up for your consideration is a Chrismukkah inspired hoodie, t-shirt and coffee mug. These products are more than garuntee a great conversation piece as you hang out with family and friends this holiday season! To order click here and make sure to get rush shipping that way it comes in time!

Puzzled about what Chrismukkah is? Seth will catch you up in this video! 

Thursday, December 7, 2017

The O.C. in the News: Orange County fires now blazing in Malibu (The Cohen/Cooper house filming location threatened)

The external filming locations of the Cohen and Coopers house may be threatened today as the Orange County fires rage now in Malibu. This morning fires have been reported on the 5300 block of Horizon drive in Malibu and there has been reports of structural damage. As you can see in the above visual its awfully close to where The O.C. filmed (Ocean Breeze Drive) much of the external shots we got to see in the pilot episode, Coopers house, Cohen house cul de sac. Not many more details are known at this time but we hope and pray everyone stays safe and that people evacuated from their homes. As fans of The O.C. we also hope that these TV show landmarks stay intact! We will update you if anything else is reported. Thanks!


UPDATE: Great news - fire reported has been contained and no injuries reported!


Wednesday, November 29, 2017

The O.C. Merchandise: New O.C. Crab Shack Shirt NOW AVAILABLE!

We just got word that the Crab Shack is hiring! That's right, the last guy, uh whats his name Donnie - he finally left to go back to his "hood" and now it's up to you to serve the people of Newport! Along side Ryan how could things go wrong? Brace yourself - Welcome to The Crab Shack Bitch!

Be the only person in your hood with this fan created replica gem of a shirt - we guarantee it will make you or the person your gifting it to the opposite of crabby!

Monday, November 27, 2017

The O.C. Fan Fiction: The Cyber Monday Part 2

It's morning in the Cohen kitchen. Ryan and Seth both sipping coffee as they browse through all the various Cyber Monday deals..

Seth: Ryan you know whats a better gift than those finger-lames and that hatcha-craps?
Ryan: It scares me that you even know about those TOYS Seth.
Seth: I could ask you the same thing, how'd you know they were even toys buddy?
*Ryan embarrassed but tries to play it off*
Ryan: Well you know...I saw a..ugh commercial...
Seth: Likely story..Can you At least pretend to be stoked about what i'm about to say??
*Ryan unamused and focused on the next load of Amazon deals*
Ryan: Okay, fine ill take the bait..
Seth: My very first electric razor!
*Seth looks at his reflection in the microwave*
Seth: Yeah - once this thing grows a little fuller it will need a little trimarooskie! Just trying to prepare, that's all.
*Ryan rolls his eyes*
Ryan: You can't even grow a beard yet Seth.
*Seth points to a single hair growing out of his chin and shows Ryan*
Seth: What do you call that buddy, id say that's the start of my winter beard.
Ryan: I'd say it needs to go and you don't need to waste money on an electric razor to remove've been holding on to that stray hair for weeks - I even saw you wearing a shower cap over your chin the other day and that's just weird man..
*Ryan walks over to Seth and attempts to pull his prized possession*
Seth: No dude - it's all I got, I have to protect it! The only thing us Cohen's are good at growing hair wise is elaborately thick eyebrows..
*Ryan struggles to even grab the hair (its that small)*
Ryan: Just hold still..almost got it...
*Sandy briskly walks in the kitchen*
Sandy: What in the name of Cyber Monday are you two doing? You two are missing all the cyber-deals!
*Ryan and Seth freeze and both look up surprised*
Seth: Dad don't say cyber.
Ryan: Well uhh..there's bigger matters to be had or smaller ones is more like it..
Seth: What he means to say is he was just admiring my upcoming winter beard..
Sandy: Beard? Are you talking about that single hair on your chin son? I don't think Summer is even into that..
Seth: Yes dad it's no shave November! She doesn't not like it - she hasn't complained yet!
Ryan: He's only got like 3 days left before December, besides we don't need beards in the winter - in Orange County.
Sandy: You heard the man - its about time for it to be gone..RYAN hold Seth down..this isn't gonna be pretty..
*Sandy proceeds to help Ryan out while he does the bidding, Seth struggling*
Seth: I'll never surrender!
*Kirsten walks in perfect timing to witness the torture*
*All three guys freeze and look up frazzled*
Kirsten: What in the heck are you three up to?! Seth are you okay!?
Sandy: You see hunny, Ryan and I are trying to get rid of Seth's "winter beard"..
Kirsten: Thank-heavens that lone ranger has got to go!
*Kirsten runs over to Seth and the gang with scissors*
Kirsten: Hold still i've been wanting to get rid of that thing for weeks!
*Rosa walks in and witnesses the horror that is going down on the kitchen counter*
*All four of them freeze and look up as if they were being busted for committing a vicious crime*
*Without a beat Rosa walks the other way as she mumbles under her breath with a smirk 
"gente blanca tonta" (silly white people).


If you enjoyed this years episode of Cyber Monday check out last years edition here

Thursday, November 16, 2017

The O.C. Gossip: Tate Donovan spills the beans about the young O.C. actors!

Not many actors from The O.C. are outspoken about the show or negative about things that happened on set but in a last few years Tate Donovan has expressed his thoughts rather boisterously but also courageously. We provide three particular instances where Tate admits this truth - one from Vulture, another from Parade and lastly one on the very popular Watch What Happens Live show. Check i tall out his below!'s interview with Tate Donovan

"By the time I started to direct, the kids on the show had developed a really bad attitude. They just didn’t want to be doing the show anymore. It was pretty tough; they were very tough to work with. The adults were all fantastic, total pros. But you know how it is with young actors — and I know because I was one of them once. When you achieve a certain amount of success, you want to be doing something else. I mean, one of them turned to me and said, “This show is ruining my film career,” and he had never done a film before. You just can’t help but sort of think that your life and your career are going to go straight up, up, up. So they were very difficult."

Then interview - interviewer asking about what Tate said in the vulture interview:

On saying the kids from The O.C. had a “bad attitude” late in the show’s run:

"It’s frustrating because the headline is awful. It’s just like ‘Tate Donovan rips into the cast of The O.C.,’ and I didn’t rip into them at all. The producer of The O.C. sent me all these articles. He was like, ‘Loved it,’ because I guess he wanted to say it, but he never felt as though he could. To me, it’s such ancient history. It’s over 10 years ago. I can’t imagine that it would be sort of risqué or something I shouldn’t talk about."

Now we think the producer he's speaking about is no other than McG but we could be wrong!

Lastly a clip from Watch What Happens Live after show:

Tate Donovan tells us who the biggest diva was on set plus more!

So there you have it. All of this is understandable but its quite brave of Tate to tell the truth regarding the younger actors attitudes. Now that you know this information do you think that it reflects at all in the show? If so any particular season? Thoughts? Hit up our Twitter or Facebook to chat about it, we'd love to hear your opinion! 

Tuesday, November 7, 2017

Behind the Scenes: "The Earth Girls Are Easy" Season 4 Photos!

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Behold! We present to you a collection of rare behind the scenes photos from season 4 episode 8 "The Earth Girls Are Easy". These photos are from the desert gas station scene. The filming location is an active and popular filming destination used for many movie/TV productions. 

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The actual name of this filming location is called "Four Aces" located in Palmdale, CA (not Las Vegas like the show had us believe). The real sign was covered up by the temporary AL's sign created for the show to give it that extra terrestrial alien feel. 

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The actual location and sign as it looks today. If your wondering the address of this location it's
14499 E Ave Q, Palmdale, CA 93591 located an hour north-east of Los Angeles in the Antelope Valley. This filming location features a bar scene, hotel room, gas station and more. Note: This is a paid filming set be respectful if you decide to visit and understand it may be off limit to tourists. 

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On location!

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Looks like Benjamin Mckenzie needs his shades!

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Benjamin Mckenzie doing his famous TV star slow-mo walk. 

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Benjamin Mckenzie perhaps studying some lines in his fancy actor chair.

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Benjamin Mckenzie in deep contemplation perhaps thinking "Dang it's hot out here!".

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Adam Brody gets some touch-up makeup 

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And there you have it - that's all folks!

For more on Four Aces watch this awesome video from or visit their site.

Tuesday, October 31, 2017

The O.C. Holidays: Happy Halloween from US to You!

Happy Halloween from our kitchen to yours! 

Don't forget to check out our original Halloween fan fiction story called

Wednesday, October 25, 2017

The O.C. Fan Art: Ryan Atwood Season One Pencil Sketch!

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Here we have a very awesome pencil sketch of Ryan Atwood drawn by AmelieMe. This work of art comes complete with hoodie/jacket combo, leather choker and Ryan's famous "Whoever you want me to be." sad Chino pout (he can convey so much in a look). However we do believe the face shading has aged Ryan a bit here and makes this supposed teen look to be around 35 to 40 years old! But all jokes aside this is a fantastic sketch maybe even the best we've seen. Check out more awesome artwork by AmelieMe here

Monday, October 23, 2017

Rare Photos: Very Early Season One Promotional Shoot (Luke and Anna included)

We present to you a rare season one promotional photo-shoot in no-other than Seth's room - more specifically Seth's bed. I guess you could say that's where 'all the action happened'. It's nice to see that they included Luke (Chris Carmack) but especially Anna (Samaire Armstrong) since she made her departure out of the first season rather quickly! Just look how happy everyone looks! Season one...#thefeels!

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Tuesday, October 17, 2017

The O.C. Holidays: Wrong Side O' The Track O'Lantern!

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Here at Everything The O.C. we are gearing up for this spooktacular holiday in O.C. style! Now you too can light up your house with a little O.C. swag this Halloween! Hulu and artist Chris Yeager present to you the Wrong Side O' The Track O'Lantern featuring no other than Ryan Chino Atwood! Follow the directions on the right-hand side. 

Unsure on how to use the template? Watch to understand how to use a paper template on a pumpkin! 

Also to download the high quality file to be printed as a stencil go here!

Friday, October 13, 2017

Rare Photos: Peter Gallagher's smoking head-shot and autograph!

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Here is a really cool head-shot of Peter Gallagher getting his smoke on..Judging by the turtle neck we predict this was taken in the late 80's to early 90's but only Peter himself could tell us the real story behind the image! Oh yeah and look its autographed and might we say that Peter has the world's coolest autograph! 

Thursday, October 12, 2017

Behind the Scenes: Jamie Barber shows Benjamin Mckenzie and Mischa Barton how to kiss!

Here we have some awesome and rare behind the scenes photos from season 2 episode 2 "The Way We Were". In this scene Jamie Barber instructs Benjamin Mckenzie and Mischa Barton how he wants them to be posed during their kissing scene and where the camera is going to be. Jamie Barber's responsibility on The O.C. was the director of photography, which basically means the chief over the camera and light crews working and is responsible for making artistic and technical decisions related to the image. Look how uncomfortable Ben looks in the second photo below!

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Now enjoy the scene! 

Can't get enough of Jamie Barber? Click here to see a cool cameo he did for season 1!

Wednesday, October 11, 2017

Behind the Scenes: Dressing room gossip, Munchies, Pranks and More!

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We present to you a great vintage article taken out of the amazing O.C. Insider Magazine. You will find a ton of never before released behind the scenes info and much more! You'll never guess who the real goofball on set was OR who played guitar in their dressing room! Enjoy! 

Text version:

“For every minute of footage (that you see on TV) there’s probably 45 minutes of in-between time,” Chris Carmack (Luke) explains. “That gives us a lot of downtime to deal with.”

Dressing Room Downtime

Each actor has a person dressing room located in a building adjacent to the sound stages – that’s where they spend what Chris refers to as “downtime.” Each dressing room door is labeled by the O.C. character’s name – not the actor’s real name.

Inside they are all furnished identically, with a phone, a couch, a side table, and a coffee table. “It’s so funny,” Adam says. “All of the guys’ rooms are so sparse and all the girls did up their room like it’s their home. The girls have blankets and pillows and candles and posters on the walls and my room looks like it did the day I got assigned to it.”

Micha agrees laughing, “I’ve been trying to press Adam to decorate his room. He needs some serious help in there. It’s beginning to look mildly depressing.”

Micha continues, “Rachel decorated hers and so did I. I have some Beatles and Rolling Stones and Clash posters. There’s big cushions and candles and incense. I decorated my room with an eclectic mix of things I like to have around me and things I find comforting and soothing. I tend to read a lot or listen to music when I’m there.”

Music is a common O.C. theme. On any given day you will hear several different kinds of music coming from the actors’ rooms. Usually Ben is listening to Lyle Lovett or Willie Nelson while Rachel might have her stereo pumping out some hip-hop. Micscha likes to listen to faves like Radiohead once in a while, and Adam generally cranks out the latest tunes from his favorite indie bands. Chris makes his own tunes, practicing guitar in his room.

All of this activity is observed not-so-quietly by Josh and the other producers. Over the first season little bits of the cast’s respective personal tastes and interests have found their way into O.C. scripts.

“I like to listen to what people talk about,” Josh says. “I try to make the actors feel as comfortable as possible with their characters because I hope they’ll be playing them for a while. So if I hear somebody say something funny I try to put it in the show. Rachel and her friends all watch The Golden Girls and I thought that was funny so in one of our episodes I had Summer and Anna bond over watching The Golden Girls and talk about which character they identify with. It’s made them very guarded and wary around me.”

The Munchies

During breaks, the cast often hits the “craft services” – Hollywood speak for food buffet table. The meals provided are generally easily prepared for the dozens of folks working on set at any given time; usually sandwiches, salads, soups and pastas are available. Throughout the day the cast can graze on healthy fare like fruit and fresh vegetables, or snack on not-so-healthy items like M&Ms and Red Vine licorice.

“Our set is really relaxed and friendly,” Ben says. “We’re not all working together on set all the time so it’s sort of random groups of people at different times. We go to lunch together or some of the guys play music together on the set at lunch.”

“You literally know how well your show is doing by how well the craft services table is stocked,” Tate Donovan (Jimmy) says. “The first couple of episodes the pickings are really slim. You get, like, a couple pieces of licorice and that’s it. If the show’s a hit you get Krispy Kreme doughnuts instead of some store brand. We’re doing pretty well because they brought in these sandwiches called Thanksgiving sandwiches. You know at midnight on Thanksgiving you go to the fridge and you’re starving and you make a sandwich that has turkey, cranberry sauce and stuffing and lettuce? Well, that’s what we had and the crew went nuts. All work stopped when those sandwiches arrived.”

Bonding – and Tattling – Like Family

Wonderland is the name of O.C. producer McG’s production company. It could also be a way to describe the euphoric state the actors are in now that the show is a bona fide hit. As corny as it might sound, the cast has become very close.

“We really lucked out because none of had met each other before we came to do this project,” Mischa says. “People must think we look so dorky because were hanging out together and we look like the lame-o cast from The O.C.”

Lame-o? Hardly, though Josh does have a few inside observations about the cast to share.

1. "Adam has never seen a movie he’s liked.”
2. “Ben is a total goofball – he tries to be brooding but he’s pretty funny.”
3. "Rachel is into Springsteen and Peter will sing show tunes at the drop of a hat.” (Note: Peter Gallagher is an award-winning Broadway stage actor and singer – check out the cast album to the musical Guys and Dolls.)
4. “Tate is an extraordinary athlete and a true ladies’ man.”
5. “Melinda is much younger and nicer than her character.”
6. “And Kelly, well, I would never eat any food that she eats – it’s all this sort of wheat germ stuff.”

Because most O.C. scenes are pretty intense, “There’s not much time for us to joke around socialize during the workday,” Mischa says.

Still, Adam finds a way to lighten things up. “Adam is always trying to make everyone laugh, which he does all the time. He’s kinda like that little brother that’s always making jokes in front of your parents. It’s like you’re supposed to be serious but you can’t help yourself,” Ben says, “Basically any time he does something funny we have to do two takes because the first time I laugh like crazy and the second time I know what’s coming.”

“We’re really tight and we’re all really good friends,” Mischa says. “We had so much publicity stuff to do when the show first started so we were all together all the time.”

The time together helped the cast bond tight friendships with one another early on. “We hang out, we go to parties or movies,” Ben says.
And it’s not just the young actors who have bonded.

“It’s a different vibe here than other places I’ve worked,” Adam says. “Everyone really gets along. I love Peter (Gallagher, who plays Sandy Cohen). Everyone knows and loves Peter. I have the ultimate case of ‘my dad is better than your dad’ because I feel like he’s the best. I think of him as sort of a father figure so when I see him and Kelly do a kissing scene it makes me feeling kind of weird. I mean it’s cool but I’m kind of watching my parents make out and it grosses me out.”

“I really admire Peter,” Ben says. “The thing I picked up from him right away is his attitude. He’s humble and hardworking and friendly. He set the tone for the rest of the cast because he’s the most accomplished name actor attached to the cast. He’s been incredibly sweet so there’s no room for the kids to be jerks.”

But there’s plenty of room for the kids to have fun. “This year the cast and I all went to a Halloween party,” Mischa says. “I dressed like Catherine-Zeta Jones from Chicago, Adam dressed up as Ben Affleck, and Rachel was J-Lo. We had so much fun and we acted like kids. It was a good excuse to pretend we were somebody else for a night and good excuse to fool around. Not that we need that.”
Rachel, Mischa and Samaire often get together and go to the movies or go shopping and grab lunch. 

The guys Ben, Adam, Chris, and McG all play on the same entertainment basketball team. Every weekend they bond over a friendly game of hoops, though Ben admits their team isn’t faring so well. 

“We are 1-3 right now. We definitely need the practice, especially Adam and me,” Ben says. “Chris is really good. He’s a natural athlete. We had to shoot a golfing scene on the show and neither of us had ever golfed before. I was barely hitting the ball 100 yards but Chris was crushing it. He was driving his ball 200 to 300 yards. He’s gifted.”

Presents and Pranks

Speaking of gifts, “We try to make a big deal out of birthdays, with cake and presents. Nobody’s big day goes uncelebrated,” says Mischa.
When Rachel turned 22 the group had a little celebration on the set. Adam is generally known as the wordsmith of the bunch with his quick and witty one-liners. But after Rachel’s 22nd birthday, he’s now known as the prankster.

“We were filming in the bio lab where there were real dead frogs for the scene where we were dissecting frogs,” Mischa explains. “Rachel had a bunch of presents in her dressing room and –“

“- I took out the present I got her and put one of the dead frogs in the box,” Adam picked up the story. “And then put her real gift in another box. So we all said good-bye when she left and she was carrying all her bags and she didn’t know she had a dead frog with her. Then she got home and she was, like, showing her friends her gifts and she opened up the box where there’s this dead frog. She was pretty freaked.”

“She called me, screaming, “We have to get Adam back!” Mischa says, laughing. “We tried to get him back. We put fake blood on his dressing room door, but it didn’t work. It’s difficult because the boys are ruthless once they get going. They’re always one step ahead of us.”

Another prank involved Ben, Rachel and Mischa. When the show airs, the cast often goes to McG’s Hollywood Hills home to watch it together. One night Ben surprised the group with a little video he put together. Mischa remembers, “It had all of these embarrassing moments of Rachel and me on film. He had me in Notting Hill and The Sixth Sense and the clips were cut together to look really strange, like flashes in a weird music video. We all thought we were sitting down to watch an episode of the show together and everyone was waiting and suddenly this reel comes on.”

“That kind of camaraderie makes it so much easier to work together,” Mischa says. Ben Mckenzie sums it up best. “This show is amazing. It’s like I’ve been handed this really great job and some people I can be friends with. How great is that?”

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