The O.C. Season 4

The Metamorphosis

2006.11.16    

José Zúñiga  Kim Oja  Willa Holland

Therapist: I’m proud of you, Summer. You’ve made astounding progress. And all in one week.
Summer: Well it’s kind of a relief in a way. Now I can go back to being me.
Therapist: What do you mean by that?
Summer: Well this whole “Save the Planet” thing. It was a crutch, right? And nothing against handicapped people, but crutches, ew.

Summer kisses Seth
Seth: Careful, lady. My girlfriend’s gonna be here any second.
Summer punching Seth: Shut up, Cohen.
Seth: Hey. You just punched me. My baby’s back.

Ryan: I’m gonna walk back. I’m sweaty.
Sandy: Yeah, I wasn’t offering you a ride.

Sandy: You know, Jimmy left, Caleb died, then Jimmy left again. Even Neil’s gone. Look, I wasn’t a pennant winner but at least I had a bullpen, you know. Baseball talk.
Kirsten: Got it.

Ryan: You know you might want to relax.
Taylor: Distract me. Tell me about this, uh, cage fighting. It’s something I’ve been meaning to get into.
Ryan: Yeah? Ask me another favor, I’d be happy to show you.
Taylor: Oh, Ryan Atwood with a side of sauce. I like it!

Kirsten: So you’re really giving up on men?
Julie: Men are to me what Chardonnay is to you. One sip and I’m upside down on a chandelier. Not that you’ve ever done that.

Kaitlin (Willa Holland): I made a bet with my mom that I’d stay out of trouble. And this? Sounds like trouble.

Ryan: Hey man. How’s your French?
Seth
: Old Summer’s been replaced by the real Summer and she looks suspiciously like the new Summer.
Ryan: So she’s still in her Go Green phase?
Seth: I don’t think it’s a phase, man. I think this is her life now and it’s obvious I don’t fit in it.

Sandy’s cell phone goes off as Spitz is taking a swing
Sandy: I’m so sorry, man. I’m so sorry. It’s the office. I’m turning it off.
Jason Spitz (José Zúñiga): I think I hit your car anyway.

Julie: Kirsten, I feel like I’m coming down with something. I’m not feeling so hot. Do you mind if I take a rain check on our girls night in?
Kirsten: Julie, did you just put on lipstick?
Julie: What? No? Uh. I’m just a little flushed. I’ll call you.

Taryn (Kim Oja): Have you met my friend? Julie Cooper, urban cougar.

Ryan: Look, Taylor, this job, this is about all I can handle right now.

Sandy: Hey honey.
Kirsten: How’s it going?
Sandy: Great. Spitz just told me a story about how his kids walked in on him and his wife when they were playing Strip Scrabble.

Ryan: You know this is a great torte. Really good.

Seth: Hey Summer. I know flying home early is your move but I stole it. I just wanted you to keep doing what you’re doing because I think it’s pretty amazing. So if you don’t hear from me for awhile it’s not because I don’t love you. It’s because I do.