It's probably not a good thing to be posting things about television in the books section, but why not.

I'm turning into a huge fan of The O.C. Needless to say, it's not high art. It is however very entertaining. I sort of things that I'm a mix of Seth's geekiness with Ryan's antisocial nature. I'm a little bit worried that I don't have any of the positive traits... or at least not to the degree that I'd like.

It's totally entertaining in a painful sort of way. There are too many things that touch home.

Of course, it doesn't hurt that all the girls have puffalumps.


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5 thoughts on “Anti-books?”

  1. It really sucks to watch TV without having tivo. I think I'm going to have to get a tivo for my apartment to match the one at the house.

  2. I met a few girls from the OC when I was in San Diego. Not people from the TV show, but people from the actual county. They were pretty cool though, Dani and Katy.

  3. Another note about the TV show. Olivia Wilde has got to be one of the best looking girls on television. It's a shame she's married... then again, she's not the only one married.

    The odd thing is that sometimes she's really not attractive at all. Then again, other times she's breathtaking.

    And it just turned out that her character is bi and possibly looking to hook up with Marissa. Can't wait for next week's episode.

  4. I watch the OC too (though I missed it last night), and omigod, Marisa cannot act to save her life. But I love Seth and Summer and I hear they're dating in real life. And it's funny that you named your post "Anti-Books" because they'll occasionally show the characters reading something good -- e.g., Ryan reading The Great Fire by Shirley Hazzard or Amazing Adventures of Kavalier and Clay by Chabon.

  5. I have to agree, to a certain limit. When Paris Hilton was on last season she was supposed to be in grad school in a literature program and was talking about Gravity's Rainbow. (or something like that)

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