HAVE YOURSELF A MERRY LITTLE CHRISMUKKAH, AS SOAPNET CELEBRATES WITH A "CHRISMUKKAH-TIME IN THE OC" MARATHON, SUNDAY, DECEMBER 25, 3PM-7PM ET/PT
SOAPnet celebrates both Christmas and Hannukah this year with a "Chrismukkah-time in the OC" four-hour marathon that features classic episodes of "The OC's" hallowed holidays, Sunday, December 25 from 3-7PM ET/PT.
List of Episodes:
3PM - The O.C. Episode #2003-013 - "The Best Chrismukkah Ever" - Seth is excited to be celebrating "Chrismukkah," but Ryan's having trouble adjusting to a family holiday and all that goes with it; Summer and Anna continue to vie for Seth's attention... Anna makes him a comic book and Summer dresses up as Wonder Woman.
4PM - The O.C. Episode #2004-033 - "The Chrismukkah That Almost Wasn't" - Things are already a bit messy when both Marissa and Lindsay are invited to the Cohens for Chrismukkah. However, the dinner takes an ugly turn when Caleb announces that Lindsay is his illegitimate daughter; Jimmy and Julie are not only getting along better, they're having an affair.
5PM - The O.C. Episode #2005-061 - "Chrismukkah Bar Mitz-vahkkah" - When Johnny can't afford his knee surgery, Seth comes up with the idea for Ryan to be barmitzvahed and use the money he receives from gifts to pay for the operation. Julie works with Kirsten to turn this into a social event/hospital fundraiser.
6PM - The O.C. Episode #2006-083 - "The Chrismukk-huh?" - Ryan is wary of what inviting Taylor to join his family for Chrismukkah could mean for their relationship. When the two fall off a ladder and end up in comas, each have dreams that help to resolve their issues.
A instant pop-culture phenomenon when it premiered in August 2003 on FOX, "The O.C." stars Peter Gallagher, Kelly Rowan, Ben McKenzie, Mischa Barton, Adam Brody, Melinda Clarke, Rachel Bilson, Tate Donovan, Autumn Reeser, Willa Holland, Alan Dale and Chris Carmack. In the series, the lives of a group of friends and families are forever changed by the arrival of an outsider to their affluent oceanside community of Newport Beach in Orange County, California. When Ryan Atwood (McKenzie) was taken in from the streets of Chino by then public defender Sandy Cohen (Gallagher) and his wife, Kirsten (Rowan), the Cohens had no idea how Ryan's arrival would change their lives and the lives of those around them. Their "adorkable" son, Seth (Brody), found a friend and brother in Ryan to share his quirky way of looking at the world�and the trials and tribulations of winning the heart of Summer Roberts (Bilson), his lifelong crush. Ryan has fallen in love with the beautiful girl next door, Marissa Cooper (Barton). But their romance is ill-fated, constantly tested by the young lovers' inability to escape from their pasts. From Wonderland Sound and Vision, College Hill Pictures in association with Warner Bros. Television, "The O.C." was created by Josh Schwartz and executive produced by McG, Bob DeLaurentis, Schwartz, Stephanie Savage, Dave Bartis and Doug Liman.
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