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The O.C. Episode Guide
The Disconnect -
Seth, Marissa, and Ryan bring Johnny home from the
hospital. Johnny is grateful for their help, but insists that he can get
himself in the house by himself. When he struggles, Marissa runs out to help
him instead of going to school.
Kirsten and Julie talk about business possibilities.
Sandy drops in the kitchen and tells them that he has a meeting with
investors coming up, and Julie says that she isn’t sure that she likes the
low-income housing idea. Julie and Kirsten decide to have a
Summer tells Ryan and Seth that she just got back her
SAT score—she did extremely well (even better than Seth!). She heads off to
meet with Dr. Kim to discuss her school possibilities now.
Marissa takes care of Johnny and gets to meet his mom
when she comes home. Johnny’s mom tells him that she has set him up with an
appointment with the best sports medicine doctor in Orange County. The
problem? They are on a huge waiting list. Marissa speculates that they could
get moved up on the list, but Johnny’s mom reminds them that such favors are
saved for friends and hospital donors.
Summer chats with Seth and tells him that Dr. Kim said
that she might be able to go to Brown with him if she gets up her grades.
Summer suggests that they go to the school preview together, and Seth
agrees, although he does not seem thrilled.
Matt hangs out with the Cohens and comments on how
perfect Sandy and Kirsten are together. Sandy asks Matt if he has a
girlfriend in Chicago, and Matt says yes. Seth and Ryan come in and meet
Matt, and Ryan makes some suggestions for the model of the low-income
housing that Sandy and Matt like. Matt suggests that Ryan have an internship
at Newport Group, and tells him to cancel his plans with Marissa that night
and work with them instead.
Marissa talks to Johnny about his potential doctor and
her connections to him through charity events. Marissa thinks they have a
good chance of getting in early. Johnny tells her that he doesn’t want his
problem becoming her problem. Summer comes to pick her up, and when Ryan
calls Marissa and she steps outside, Johnny tells Summer that she has to
help him get Marissa away from him somewhat, because he likes being with her
too much. Johnny swears Summer to secrecy.
The next day Marissa asks Summer to pick her up at
Johnny’s that night. Summer asks Marissa if getting so close to Johnny is a
good idea, and Marissa says that Johnny doesn’t have anyone else.
At school, Ryan tells Seth to not compete with Summer
over who is smarter. Seth asks Ryan if he thinks Summer would win, and Ryan
just walks away.
Julie and Kirsten work on planning their business.
Kirsten is angry when Julie seems to find the business less interesting than
her dinner. Kirsten goes outside to get a spreadsheet and a male diner,
Jeff, notices Julie sitting alone. He joins Julie and Kirsten asks him to
leave them to work on business when she gets back. Julie tells Kirsten that
she has already invited him to dine with them, as he is going to have them
host a dinner party the next weekend.
At the Brown event Seth suggests to Summer that they
just leave, but Summer says that Brown is now her dream and she wants to
stay. When Seth makes her feel dumb, Summer gives him the cold shoulder.
At work, Matt confesses to Ryan that his girlfriend
broke up with him because he moved west. Matt tells Ryan how much he has
been thinking about it. Sandy comes in and asks Ryan and Matt for help
getting ready for the investors, but it will mean twice the work for Matt
and Ryan. Ryan knows that Matt has a lot on his mind, and asks him if he is
sure they will be able to do this. Matt shrugs it off and takes Ryan on a
Seth watches Summer snubbing him at the Brown event,
and the two are shocked to hear that Brown usually only approves one Harbor
student a year to go there. Summer asks the speaker for Brown to tell her
what makes a student stand out to the school, and he tells them that the
student should have a “hook.”
Marissa tells Johnny and his mom that she was able to
get him in next week. Johnny’s mom is thrilled, and invites Marissa to
celebrate with them that night by getting take-out. She tells her to invite
over Ryan too. Marissa invites Ryan, who agrees, but then Ryan sees where
Matt is taking him—a strip club! Ryan tells Marissa to start without him.
Matt takes Ryan into the club, where he meets a
stripper who calls him her favorite customer. She asks him if he wants
one-on-one time, and Ryan is upset when Matt takes her up on it. Matt pays
another girl to give Ryan a lap dance.
Kirsten works on food for her business while Sandy
works on his job. Seth comes in dressed like a pirate, telling them that he
needs a hook to get into Brown. The conversation changes to Ryan as Sandy
tells Kirsten what a good role model Matt is for him.
Meanwhile, Ryan gets his lap dance. When Marissa tries
to call him the stripper gets his phone but doesn’t answer it. Marissa
leaves him a message wondering where he is. It is very late, and Johnny has
already fallen asleep next to her on the couch. His head falls on her
Ryan steps aside at the club and tries to call Marissa.
She has already fallen asleep with Johnny, though, and does not answer.
Marissa comes home to Summer the next morning and
confesses that she fell asleep at Johnny’s. Summer asks if Ryan knows, just
as Ryan walks in. They avoid the topic.
Sandy tries to find Matt as he and Ryan wait for him at
work. The investors are already there, and they need Matt’s portion of the
presentation. Ryan covers for him just as Matt shows up. Matt assures Ryan
that he has things under control.
Summer joins the band in an effort to find her hook.
She spots Seth trying to be the school mascot to find his hook and confronts
him. Summer asks Seth why he has to be better than her in everything, and
Seth says that school is the one thing that he is better at.
Sandy gives his pitch for the housing, and when the
investors ask about revenue, it is time for Matt to make his pitch.
Unfortunately, Matt is ill-prepared and the investors tell them that they
have heard everything that they need to. After they leave, Matt apologizes
and leaves. Sandy asks Ryan if there is anything he should tell him.
Johnny drops something and falls in the kitchen, and
when Marissa arrives she comes to his rescue. She gives him his
Julie and Kirsten arrive at Jeff’s and ask him where to
put dinner. Jeff asks Julie where she would like to eat with him, and Julie
and Kirsten realize that Jeff set the whole thing up just so he could have a
meal with Julie. Kirsten wants to leave, but Julie is amazed that a guy
would do all this to date her. She agrees to dine with him, but Kirsten
tells them to serve themselves.
Sandy and Ryan go back to the strip club to confront
Matt. Sandy fires Matt.
Johnny, drugged up on his pain-killers, admits to
Marissa that he is falling in love with her.
Seth talks to Ryan about his job and then brings up the
real issue—will Summer’s being smart ruin their entire relationship? Ryan
points out that Summer doesn’t want to be Seth, she wants to be with Seth.
Ryan then asks Seth for a ride to go apologize to Sandy.
Johnny tries to call Marissa, but Summer convinces her
to not answer the phone. Summer tells Marissa that Johnny had told her how
he felt, and says that Marissa should avoid him for a while. Marissa says
that she has to talk to Ryan, and Summer asks if she is going to tell him.
Ryan and Sandy talk about how they had trusted Matt.
The stripper who called Matt her favorite customer comes in and tells them
that she and Matt are old college buddies, and Matt is a good guy. She asks
what would happen if she could get them another meeting with the investors.
Summer begins to head to Seth’s when Seth shows up to
apologize to her. He tells her that she is superior to him in almost every
way, but Summer assures Seth that she will always look up to him. The two
decide that they have a possibility of both being accepted to Brown.
When Sandy meets with Matt the next day, Sandy tells
Matt to come to him the next time he needs help. Sandy tells Matt that he is
giving him one more chance, and he owes him big time.
Julie tells Kirsten that her date was awful. She is
amazed that a guy would spend so much money just to go on a date with
someone. Kirsten says that she has a new idea for their business—a high-end
Johnny visits Marissa and tells her that he doesn’t
want things to get weird between them. Marissa suggests that they spend time
apart, and hugs Johnny.
Seth and Summer fill out their Brown applications
Ryan and Marissa both drive to each other’s house,
unaware that the other one has gone to their place.
Seth and Summer drop off their applications in the
mail, promising that whoever gets in will go, and they will still love each
other regardless of who gets in.
Ryan calls Marissa from Summer’s room, and while he
sits there Marissa stays in the pool house and they chat. Ryan tells her
about the lap dance, and Marissa tells him about Johnny telling her he loves
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