The O.C. Season 2

The Ex-Factor

2005.01.20    

Michael Cassidy

Sandy: Ask me while you’re giving me the massage. I’m inclined to say yes.

Seth: Why have guys night out when we could have guys night in.

Summer: Am I about to get whacked?

Kirsten to Julie: Oh my. There’s so much you here.

Sandy: Okay, honey, I don’t want to alarm you, but there’s a giant Julie Cooper on the table.

Zach: Have you seen the infomercials for Girls Gone Wild? Because this is exactly how it begins.

Seth: Ryan, my girlfriend hooked up with a girl. There’s only one thing to do in this situation.
Zach: You’re gonna hook up with a guy?

Sandy: It’s my fault. I’ve once again gotten caught up in this nasty game of Hungry, Hungry Hippo.

Seth: I’ve got a lot of testosterone pumping. Testosterone being the key ingredient missing in Alex’s previous relationship.

Ryan: Look, I don’t know, I… I… I guess I was hoping this could be easy. For you and me to stay friends. For you and Lindsay to be friends.
Marissa: And have us all live happily ever after?
Ryan: Yeah, something like that.
Marissa: I know, it seems like a million years ago we dated, but it wasn’t.
Ryan: I know that.
Marissa: And okay, maybe you’re over it. Maybe it doesn’t mean anything to you anymore. Maybe it never did. But it meant a lot to me. You meant a lot to me. Still do.
Ryan: It’s not like that, I don’t know what it’s like. And thinking you and Lindsay should be friends was a bad idea.
Marissa: Why? I like her. And if you do the math, she’s my stepsister, so…
Ryan: I guess…
Marissa: Clearly, it’s going to be strange for us for a while.
Ryan: Yeah, I know, you’re right. I’m sorry. And that’s what I came here to say.
Marissa: I’m sorry, too.