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Wednesday, February 21, 2007

An "O.C." Finale Preview

My plan for this week was to do a little hypothesizing as to how “The O.C.” will end based on things I’ve read or seen. I even studied every detail of this picture.


But with each promo FOX shows, hypothesizing becomes less and less necessary.

And I get more and more nervous…

In last week’s uneven episode, the stage was set as Seth and Ryan walked down memory lane as Seth was able to save his brother. Sandy and Kirsten learned they were having a girl, Taylor made up with her mom, and Kaitlyn made up with Frank.

But it was the episode’s final scene that truly signaled the end—the Cohen home in ruins.

Which leads me to this question: Was that really necessary?

Josh Schwartz has promised us a satisfying ending. But if the commercials are correct there may not be anything satisfying about it.

If you haven’t seen any of the commercials—which reveal just about everything—I’m not going to spoil it for you. I’m just going to warn you to have lots of tissues, because there’s going to be something that you’re not going to like. Something that keeps making me hear that song…

“Hallelujah, hallelujah…”

You better get the tissues now…

“The O.C.” series finale airs Thursday, February 22nd at 9 p.m. on FOX.

And to relive all of my “O.C.” moments, just click on the “O.C.” label at the bottom of this post…

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