You know what the best job in the world has got to be? Music Supervisor. Except when you have to do interviews to promote your show’s latest cd release. Glorious Noise talks to Alexandra Patsavas.
After a few weeks of caving in to lame clichés of standard TV drama, a hard rain finally fell over Newport and washed away some of the bullshit that’s been building up over previous episodes.
Settling in are Alex and Marissa. They both know the Doe Eyed Fawn is a few ropes of drool away from the nuthouse, but in the meantime they’re going to get their licks.
The “OC” seems to be setting up its finish line run with some nice new plot twists and a few old faces to punch. There’s comics, controversey, and Molotov cocktails in the kitchen sink of Sandy’s soul.
Great bone structure, high fashion, boozing like laid off stevedores – these things the “OC”‘s principals know. But maintaining a relationship? Hell no, they suck ass at that. Is it time to switch teams and start fresh?
Sandy’s spinning plates, Seth’s getting action, and Summer lost her brain – it’ll take some singing or the Fonz to fix all this.
Glorious Noise on being bad, kissing sisters, and the return of Marissa McLushypants. Happy New Year!
In this hectic time of holiday frenzy, it’s tough to set aside the time for good bad television. In case you missed anything, Glorious Noise offers this mid-season “O.C.” recap.
“OC” season two starts to find its footing. Marissa’s making friends with the bottle and the yard guy, Summer’s standing up to Seth’s geek boy charm, and the Cohens are a Gallagher eyebrow hair away from losing it all.