Thursday, April 9, 2020

The O.C. Basement: Season One 2004 DVD Press Release


Below is vintage Season one DVD release notes from FOX on August 5th 2004. Enjoy!

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

“The O.C. exploded into a pop-cultural phenomenon.” – New York Post

“The O.C. looks to have enough heart, talent and wit to generate a few seasons’ worth of luxurious suds” – Time

THE O.C.: THE COMPLETE
FIRST SEASON

Hit Primetime Series is Available For the First Time Ever on DVD in a Collectible Seven-Disc Set Featuring All 27 Episodes with Bonus Materials Including Deleted Scenes, Three Featurettes, and The O.C. Music Guide.

Available October 26 from Warner Home Video

BURBANK, CA (August 5, 2004) – Surf, sand, sex and scandal…The rich and glamorous city of Newport Beach, California is the setting for The O.C., one of today’s most hip and edgy television series making its way to DVD on October 26 in a collectible seven-disc set featuring all 27 episodes from Season One.  If you missed the first season, here is the chance to introduce yourselves to the hottest new show of the 2003-04 television season.  The O.C. stars hot young newcomers Mischa Barton, Benjamin McKenzie, Adam Brody, Rachel Bilson and Chris Carmack, as well as seasoned veterans, Peter Gallagher (American Beauty, Short Cuts), Tate Donovan (Murder at 1600), Kelly Rowan (Three to Tango), and Melinda Clarke (Mulholland Falls). Indulge in one of television’s most guilty pleasures, The O.C.: The Complete First Season, only five months following the first season finale and 1 week before the November 4th second season premiere on Fox.  The DVD is priced to own at $69.98.

The O.C. is a story of father/son and husband/wife relationships and the coming of age of three young people.  When Ryan Atwood (McKenzie), a tough, guarded fiercely intelligent teenager, plunges headlong into the wealthy, privileged community of Newport Beach, he soon discovers that the ruling families of Orange County are every bit as territorial as the tough crowd with which he ran on the streets of Chino.  For Sandy Cohen (Gallagher), the patient, pro-bono public defender who takes Ryan in; his wife, Kirsten (Rowan), the linchpin of O.C. society; their awkward adolescent son, Seth (Brody) – Ryan’s presence will forever change their lives.  Meanwhile, Marissa Cooper (Barton), the heartbreakingly beautiful girl next door who is dating her classmate Luke Ward (Carmack), seems to glide through life effortlessly--that is, until the indiscretions of her wealthy father, Jimmy (Donovan) threaten to break her world apart, along with that of her mother, Julie (Clarke).

“Just five months after the season finale, we are able to bring The O.C.: The Complete First Season DVD to viewers’ homes and introduce the series to those that missed the hottest new show of last season, one that quickly became a cultural phenomenon,” said Christine Martinez, WHV Vice President, Non-theatrical Franchise Marketing.  “Bringing quality television series that appeal to all audiences, such as The O.C., to the DVD marketplace is a goal we strive to achieve with each new release we have.”

DVD Special Features
Deleted Scenes with introductions by creator Josh Schwartz
Casting The O.C. featurette with creator Josh Schwartz and casting director Patrick Rush
The Music of The O.C. featurette with music supervisor Alex Pastavas
Inside The Real O.C. featurette with producer McG
Audio Commentary for The Pilot with creator Josh Schwartz and producer Stephanie Savage
The O.C. Music Guide for 6 episodes
Season 2 Sneak Peak with creator Josh Schwartz and the cast
Trailer for the ocinsider.com
DVD-Rom enabled


EPISODE SYNOPSES

1. Pilot
Ryan Atwood is a troubled teen who finds himself in even more trouble when his older brother, Trey, bullies him into participating in a car theft late one night in their hometown of Chino, California. The boys don't get far with the car as they crash it and are arrested. Trey is sentenced to three years in prison, but seeing as Ryan is under eighteen, he is set free under the supervision of public defender, Sandy Cohen. After Ryan is thrown out by his mother, he finds himself homeless with nowhere to turn. He calls Sandy, who without hesitation, takes Ryan in, and out, to his cushy home in Newport Beach, California. Ryan's arrival to Newport Beach sparks many a reaction among established residents. Sandy's wife Kirsten, for one, is not thrilled to have a criminal living in the house, and is concerned of the effect it may have on their son, Seth.

2. The Model Home
Faced of a life in a Group Home, Ryan decides to run away from Newport, but is convinced by Seth and Marissa to stay in secret, and hide out in a vacant building project. Jimmy discusses his recent financial woes with Kirsten, and she offers a solution. After Luke witnesses a close encounter between Marissa and Ryan, he confronts Ryan and a fight breaks loose. Ryan's presence in Newport is exposed in a big way, and two arrests are made.

3. The Gamble
Sandy comes to Ryan's rescue once again, after he has a difficult stay in Juvy. Seth makes Kirsten aware of his anger over Ryan's situation, and Kirsten makes a compromise. Ryan's mother, Dawn, makes a surprise visit to Newport, and things don't go quite as she, and Ryan, may have planned. The monetary secret involving Julie, Jimmy, Kirsten and Sandy comes to a head.

4. The Debut
It is that time of year... Cotillion. Cherished by many, hated by most, it's the time when Newport’s finest young ladies enter society. More information about Jimmy's business trouble comes to light, and Kirsten's loan to Jimmy is not happy news for Sandy.

5. The Outsider
Ryan takes a job serving at the Crab Shack diner. A co-worker at the diner might mean bad news for the Newport kids. Ryan asks Marissa out on a date. Sandy attempt to help Jimmy sort out his life, and gives him some bad news. Julie reveals a long-held secret to Kirsten. Disaster strikes at another one of Holly's parties.

6. The Girlfriend
Kirsten's father, Caleb Nichol, comes for a visit along with his new girlfriend, Gabrielle. 24-year-old Grandma Nichol has arrived. Kirsten finds her job in jeopardy, while Sandy considers making a change. Luke decides he wants a second chance with Marissa, to Ryan's disappointment. But who will Marissa choose? Summer makes the moves on Seth but is it for real?

7. The Escape
The Newport kids plan an end-of-summer trip down to Tijuana, Mexico (aka "T.J."). Jimmy has plans of his own, which don't sit well with Marissa. Sandy gets a new job, which Kirsten can't understand. Summer, Seth, Ryan and Marissa find themselves in a strange place together. Jimmy takes it too far. Disaster strikes one of the O.C. kids.

8. The Rescue
Everyone is back home in Newport now, and Marissa is recovering. Julie points her finger, and takes action, which Marissa does not like. Sandy starts his new job, but finds himself surprised by the casework. Kirsten finds herself surprised by Sandy's new co-worker. Ryan enrolls at his new school, with conditions. Julie gets an intervention, and Jimmy gets a new roommate.

9. The Heights
Back to school for the O.C. kids. No one really wants to be there, except the gossips. Ryan doesn't feel like he fits in at his new school. And Luke doesn't make the situation any better. Sandy accepts a case at his new job, a case that will test his relationship with Kirsten, and her father. Anna and Seth hatch a plan. Marissa chooses her man.

10. The Perfect Couple
Couples are plentiful in 'The O.C.' It is a night of firsts. Now that they are free to love one another, Ryan and Marissa plan their first official date. Kirsten sees her father with a new woman, and fears Sandy has found a new woman of his own. Seth takes matters into his own hands with a girl, and is taken by another girl.

11. The Homecoming
It's Thanksgiving time in ‘the O.C.' It's time for family reunions, and Ryan gets a call home from family. Is it because of the holiday, or is it for a favor? Marissa decides to go along for the ride, but ends up going down Ryan's bad memory lane instead. Seth plays the player role, but not very well.

12. The Secret
Seth and Kirsten want to avoid facing the world after their respective displays at Thanksgiving. Sandy has some advice for Jimmy, which doesn't sit well with Julie. Ryan and Luke find themselves getting along after an O.C. loved-one comes out of the closet with negative after effects.

13. The Best Chrismukkah Ever
Ryan, and the World, are officially introduced to the bi-religious holiday “Chrismukkah,” thanks to Seth. And Seth insists he has TWO Godly forces helping him as he plays TWO girls. Marissa has some 'discount shopping' to do, and finds herself in an embarrassing situation, or two, or three. Kirsten does something that could cost her more than just her job. Summer and Anna each have very special gifts for Seth, but which one will he like the most? And a new boy enters the Newport scene.

14. The Countdown
It's New Years and "love" is in the air. A sister returns home, and throws a party. Oliver casts his spell. Sandy and Kirsten find themselves in a rut, and out of their environment. Seth finally makes a decision between Summer and Anna. 2004 is born.

15. The Third Wheel
Hailey discovers she isn't as welcome as she might have thought. Perhaps the Cohen house is full. Luke makes some new friends, while Seth and Anna try to tell a friend about their decision. Rooney sings, a lot, and Oliver noses, a lot. Trouble brews.

16. The Links
Oliver plans a trip for the gang, but things don't go as well as everyone might have hoped- except for Oliver of course. Summer really plants herself into "friendship" within Anna and Seth's relationship. Jimmy and Sandy decide to go into business together. Caleb and Julie return from Europe, and Hailey and Kirsten butt heads. Ryan finds himself in the cold.

17. The Rivals
Sandy and Jimmy have plans to sign papers for the Lighthouse... but is Jimmy ready? Oliver makes his plans official to Ryan, but Ryan just cannot catch a break from anyone and fins himself in an all too familiar position. Summer has a "big" new boyfriend... for a little while. And Julie gets a job.

18. The Truth
Changes are happening within the couplehoods of the O.C.ers. Lines seem to be blurred. Oliver reveals himself as he falls apart, but not before Ryan is completely left in the cold. Someone loses school, one loses work, two lose their partners, and one more loses it all.

19. The Heartbreak
Sandy seems a little down as he’s still thinking about what could've happened with Oliver and that gun. Kirsten thinks it's time to move on and celebrate Valentine's Day.  Meanwhile, Seth has dropped by Summer's incredibly girly bedroom to talk shop. But first he's distracted by Summer's purple My Little Pony toy. Summer's about to kick him out when he begs for a chance to explain. He claims that it's not like he's choosing Summer. The reason he and Anna broke up in the first place is because for Seth, it's always been Summer.  Love is in the air and now Luke is standing on the front porch of Julie Cooper's.

Ryan is still concerned by everything that happened with Oliver. Marissa wants everything back as it was and wants to make it up to him. Ryan then runs into Theresa, his ex-Chino girlfriend who works the Valentine dance at school.

20. The Telenovela
Ryan and Marissa begin their life together as "friends", but both discover that it might be harder to do than to say. Theresa drops into Newport for work, and another visit. Julie and Luke discover the meaning of "booty calls", and Seth and Summer make a declaration.

21. The Goodbye Girl
Anna announces that she is leaving Newport to go back to Pittsburgh, which leaves Seth feeling saddened and guilt-ridden. Legal troubles brew for Caleb and Kirsten while Sandy works to solve them. Luke and Julie's secret romance is getting harder to contain, and Theresa brings a bit of trouble from Chino to the O.C.

22. The L.A.
When Summer and Marissa run into Grady Bridges, the star of Summer's favorite prime-time soap 'The Valley', he invites them to an LA party, to which they accept. On the road trip to LA, Seth, Summer, Marissa, and Ryan run into Hailey, now working at a strip club. Jimmy and Sandy present their restaurant to Newport's finest and approach Caleb for some financial help.

23. The Nana
Nana Cohen comes to California for Passover with some tragic news. Ryan searches for Marissa, who'd gone missing after learning Julie and Luke's secret, and he finds her in the most unlikely of places. Summer tries to impress Nana. Jimmy and Hailey take a step forward.

24. The Proposal
Jimmy and Sandy run into a roadblock in their effort to re-open the Balboa Lighthouse restaurant. Summer and Seth take it upon themselves to finally make Marissa feel more at home at Jimmy's. Everyone is shocked when Caleb makes a proposal, which sparks a near-fatal accident for Luke. Marissa, and Sandy and Jimmy each strike deals with Caleb. An old O.C. friend moves on.

25. The Shower
Everyone is still reacting to the surprise engagement of Julie and Caleb. Kirsten is shocked, and a little burdened to find she's been asked to be Julie's Maid of Honor. Kirsten and Marissa end up in charge of throwing Julie's wedding shower, and Marissa invites an unwanted guest. Theresa calls Sandy for help and tries to avoid Ryan. Jimmy and Hailey continue their romance, and Seth awkwardly meets Summer's father.

26. The Strip
It's Bachelor and Bachelorette party time for Caleb and Julie. Caleb and the boys head off to Las Vegas while Kirsten organizes an evening at the Cohen house for Julie, strippers included. Seth and Ryan get themselves into a tricky situation in Vegas while back home, Summer pines over lost love, and Marissa comforts Theresa. Jimmy and Sandy learn of Caleb's true motives. Julie and Hailey take a swim, while Theresa has some shocking news for Ryan and Marissa.

27. The Ties That Bind
Julie and Caleb walk down the isle, as Ryan and Theresa face a difficult decision regarding their pregnancy. Marissa moves into Caleb and Julie's new castle on the cliff, and Seth struggles to find himself when things around him seem to fall apart. Life in The O.C. comes full circle from one year before.

-whv-


Tuesday, April 7, 2020

The O.C. Merchandise: I'd rather be at my pool house


New design available in our official Everything The O.C. store!

Who wouldn't want a pool house. I mean they are just really cool. They got a bathroom, a kitchen, a bed..You pretty much never have to leave.

On The O.C., The pool house was not only a sweet place for the core four to hang out but also a sanctuary for Ryan's new life. 

Wear this t-shirt to let the world know how much you'd rather be at your pool house than be with them. LOL. 


Available in wide variety of styles!

Monday, April 6, 2020

The O.C. Fan Fiction: The Quarantine


It's early morning - The Cohen's are on their 4th week of quarantine. Sandy, Seth and Ryan are in the kitchen eating their not so usual breakfast due to food shortages (whole wheat bagels..yuck)..At this point the Cohen household are a little irritated and delirious. After many movie nights, Netflix binges and family game night, they're a little burned out.

*Kirsten stumbles through the kitchen hallway and attempts to give Sandy a hug - Sandy simultaneously blocking her attempt..*

Sandy: Hunny, you really gotta practice your social distancing..in a time like this a hug could really kill..

*Kirsten gets irritated..and just mutters inaudible words as she opens up the fridge for some orange juice.*

Seth: Yes mom, you really need to take proper precautions *Seth flips down his spider-man mask and starts mumbling* Corona's got nothing on this. Yeah, i'd like to thank my many years of cosplay for this ingenious invention.

*Ryan gives "The Look" and irritatedly says*

Ryan: Yeah, look at you, you clearly are loosing it buddy..

Seth: Zing Ryan, zing..Allow me to demonstrate..I could go about my normal day with this baby on

*Seth attempts to drink coffee through the masks breathing holes as half of it goes on his shirt..*

Sandy: Now that's talent..

Seth: You'll see, you'll all see..I will prove just how effective my invention is by vowing to wear it all day.

Ryan: You won't last 5 minutes..

*Sandy starts smirking not being able to hold his next line in*

Sandy: That's what she said.

*Kirsten rolls her eyes*

Kirsten: This is going to be a long quarantine...
Cue the O.C. intro song..Californiaaaa......

Tuesday, March 31, 2020

Behind the Scenes: The episode where Seth and Ryan go to "The Vegas"



The following images are behind the scenes shots of The O.C. cast filming on location for Season One's Episode: "The Strip" (although we think it should have been called "The Vegas". If you remember or not, in the episode, Ryan, Seth, Caleb and Sandy go to Vegas for Caleb's bachelor party but like most times in The O.C. Seth and Ryan get into trouble and somebody gets punched!


Adam Brody and Benjamin Mckenzie studying their lines


Adam and Benjamin goofing off


Adam and Benjamin goofing off again...


And again...


Adam taking in direction from the shows directors


Adam Brody talking to his stripper friend




Seth in awe of the hotel they are staying at..Paid by Caleb of course!


Tate Donovan and Peter Gallagher going over some lines


Tate Donovan eating from the many actor food-carts that were on location


Benjamin taking direction from the directors


A bunch of behind the scenes people standing around


Makeup checkup on Peter Gallagher, yes their tans were faked


Behind the scenes filming inside the casino hotel


Alan Dale and Peter Gallagher filming a scene

Tuesday, March 24, 2020

Behind the Scenes: Season One O.C. Magazine Clippings!

adam brody and rachel bilson behind the scenes the o.c.

Here are a few very rare behind the scenes magazine clippings of The O.C. actors goofing off while filming Season 1 Episode 7 "The Escape". 

adam brody oc behind the scenes

Adam Brody adjusting his Sombrero because, you know that's very Tijuana!

benjamin mckenzie and peter gallagher studying scripts the oc behind the scenes

Benjamin Mckenzie and Peter Gallagher study their lines before filming the part when the whole gang hits the road to Tijuana.  

Thursday, March 19, 2020

Guest Opinion: Why Anna Stern is the Best character on The O.C.



Recently, we reached out to O.C. fans across the world for a chance to write something interesting about The O.C..This time it comes from O.C. super-fan Reba Terlson! Check out her article below and be sure to like and subscribe to her socials! Instagram @rebajesse and Twitter - @rebajesse


We’ve been on the run, driving in the sun, looking out for number one,
California here we come…if you are of a certain age demographic, and
even if you’re not you can probably finish these lyrics to the ever-popular
song, that launched an iconic show in the early 2000's. Yes, I’m talking
about The O.C.

While I will fight anyone, who says I’m not a true obsessed fan of The O.C.
I will be the first to admit that I did not watch it when it aired. I do remember
one of my friends saying that she couldn’t hang out on Thursday nights
because she was watching The O.C. and I think my reaction was:
Seriously? But trust me I totally get it now.

As it was, I watched it post high school. The O.C. officially ended in
February of 2007 and I graduated in June. In September, I was starting
university and didn’t have a full course load. So, in my free time I would
hang out with my best friend at the time, who conveniently had all four
seasons of The O.C. on DVD. She had already watched it all from what I
remember and invited me over to watch it with her. I still remember
watching it in her basement on a small TV, on her pullout couch with
blankets and sleeping bags and just being OBSESSED. Let me tell you
there were many sleepovers that involved us watching The O.C. until 3 am.
Also, to be noted, that this was before Netflix.

Within the first episode I was already hooked on these characters and
wanted them to be a part of my life; the immediate love I felt for Seth
Cohen, being intrigued by Marissa and Summer and thinking Sandy and
Kirsten were possibly the coolest parents ever and how much I wished my
parents were like them, was just the tip of the iceberg. And Ryan just
wanting to fit in in general and his attitude of “whoever you want me to be”
was, let’s not deny it, sexy a.f.

A long tangent to say that all these years later I am still obsessed and I am
here to talk about all things O.C. with you, at any time.

There are many topics I feel like I could cover and hopefully can delve into,
but the first one I’m going to tap into is one of my favorite, underrated
characters on The O.C., Anna Stern who is played by the lovely, talented,
Samaire Armstrong.

First of all, I would like to say that I related to Anna so much it hurt. I had a
major crush on a friend of mine who was dating a different friend of mine so
basically everything that Anna did I related to in my own sad, non-romantic
life. Although I never got gifted a starter comic book/ graphic novel pack as
a lame Christmas gift like her and Summer did. Seriously Cohen, THE
SAME GIFT?! BE BETTER. Enough about Cohen.

Anna was the character that if you felt like you were out of place watching
all of these white privileged kids (and yes, I know, Anna is white) in their
mansions and their fundraiser parties and cotillions, she became the
outsider you could relate to.

Also, she made Pittsburgh sound DELIGHTFUL and I still want to go there
for their peanut butter cup pies tyvm. She puts all the other characters at
ease in some way or another, starting with Ryan who at first, she has to
dance with at cotillion. Their first interaction also indicates that you already
KNOW you’re going to love her:

Anna: Wait. Are you the kid from Chino who steals cars and sets people’s
houses on fire? So, you’re saying I’m making my debut into society with
Newport’s most wanted?
Ryan: Is that gonna be a problem?
Anna: I can’t wait.

At the same time, we root for Anna and Seth to be together because they
hit it off right away over their love of comic books, or more accurately as
Anna corrects Seth, “And I call them graphic novels.” Reminding us that
hey, you know that females can like comic books too right Cohen? Let’s
dismantle the patriarchy a bit, shall we?

Anna is also full of sass, brutally honest, smart and while never wanting to
severely rock the boat of the core four doles out some of the best advice in
season one, unintentional or not.

As she leaves in The Goodbye Girl she says two important things one to
Ryan and one to Seth. The first being to Ryan that she hopes he has a
good life because he deserves it. Through the course of The O.C. Ryan
goes through such a great character arc that when he finally gets to the
end of season four, we are rooting for him way more than we thought we
might at the beginning of season one. To Seth she simply says,
“Confidence Cohen”. Seth definitely becomes more confident over the
course of the show, he proves this by winning Summer over and being able
to call his parents out on their bullshit.

Anna even wins over Summer by bonding with her over Golden Girls.
Which is honestly refreshing as they clearly set up Summer and Anna to be
rivals over who would win Seth’s affection.

Also, let’s not forget the return of Anna in season three where once again,
she ends up giving advice to Seth to win over Summer and somehow
manages to get him an interview for RISD?! And when Seth doubts his
chances of getting into RISD? Once again Anna to the rescue where she
says, “Cohen! Confidence, remember?”

This girl can basically do anything. Seth never deserved her, and tbh we
probably didn’t either, as we were all too busy fawning over the will
they/wont they of Seth and Summer’s relationship.
Her reaction to Seth thinking that she’s leaving because of him is too
perfect as she replies with “What?”

Again, a call out on the narcissism and self-absorbed character of Seth
Cohen. Anna chose to leave because she missed Pittsburgh not because
she couldn’t stand Seth or Seth being with Summer (this is not a Felicity
situation here).

She simply says, “I’m leaving because I need to leave.” Because she
freaking missed Pittsburgh, her family, her dog, all very understandable
things that um had nothing to do with Seth and Summer getting together.
She even helps Seth get Summer back later in season three, proving that
she’s really the best friend anyone could have, and showing up to prom last
minute? That’s the stuff bff’s are made of.

Anna was very much the sassiest, wise and no bullshit friend that Seth
needed, and at the end of the day the one they all needed.
Her parting line to Seth is so perfect and very quintessentially Anna that I
almost tear up thinking about it, (or because I just watched this scene) and
I feel like my Pisces moon is showing.

“Who knows maybe one day we’ll be perfect for each other?” While we
know that this doesn’t happen, (season three really got us, there, didn’t it?)

I’d like to believe in a world where that relationship probably would have
lasted longer than Summer and Seth’s. Also, my theory is that Seth is a
water sign and Anna is an earth sign (or maybe that’s just because I’m an
earth sign) and Summer is clearly a fire sign. So, in the long run Seth and
Summer’s relationship may not have worked out as well as Anna and
Seth’s relationship would have.

Anna Stern is the character that we don’t deserve and clearly the character
we didn’t get enough of in The O.C. Although it’s clear from the start that
Anna is “the outsider” to these California teenagers, the second she gets
introduced, she’s possibly even more of an outsider than Ryan, she still
finds her way into their group and of course into all of our hearts.

As talks of The O.C. being rebooted are surfacing, I would love to see more
of Anna if any of the original cast decides to come back. Would her and
Seth still be good friends? What about her and Summer? Would Seth and
Anna go on to create a comic book together and / or open a comic book
store together? Sounds like a good re-watch of The O.C. may be in order as
I’ve forgotten how much I enjoy this character, and this show. So, does
anyone got a DVD player I can borrow?

Again, thank you so much for writing this excellent article Reba! Follow her below!Instagram @rebajesse and Twitter - @rebajesse

Tuesday, March 10, 2020

The O.C. Actors in Public: Peter Gallagher and his Wife Paula enjoying some breakfast!


Feast your eyes on this set of truly candid photos of Peter Gallagher and his wife Paula eating breakfast. These photos were taken around the time of The great O.C. heyday and before all the craziness of social media. The restaurant they are at is called Le Pain Quotidian and still actually exists today. 


Le Pain Quotidian is located in New York City off of 1st avenue. They serve fancy breakfast and pastry type food six days a week to the people that have too much pride to support the Starbucks' of the world.


Life of a celebrity, pretty glamorous right?


We would like to think that Peter Gallagher is eyeing his next bagel!


Peter's checking the bill to make sure he didn't get ripped off!


Aw, look a super fan and her dad scoped Mr. Sandy Cohen, you know he saw this coming from a mile away.


How convenient, she even brought a photo of the man himself, not stalker-like at all.  But all jokes aside, Peter Gallagher probably autographed that head shot and treated her like a celebrity. We'd like to think that the photo still sits on her nightstand to this very day.


Sunday, March 1, 2020

The O.C. Merchandise: NEW Harbor School OC Hoodie!


NEW! The Harbor School is kicking off their annual holiday bonfire and you're invited. 

The only thing required is bringing your Harbor School hoodie! Now available at our official store here





Saturday, February 15, 2020

Promotional Photos: Rare Sandy and Kirsten season 2 promotion photo!


sandy cohen and kirsten cohen posing in season 2 promotional oc photo

After a long, long, break - I bring you this super-d-dooper rare season 2 photo of Sandy and Kirsten. Sandy looking baggier than ever in that 2004ish mafia style "forgett abbout it" suit and Kirsten well she keeps it pretty classy wouldn't you say? I'm not even sure which house they are suppose to be at either? I know, I know its just one picture but I thought i'd provide you this as a token that this site is "stayin alive, stayin alive". More to come!

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