<-- Previous EpisodeNext Episode -->
It's Thanksgiving in the OC, and Seth is forced between Summer and Anna, but the process lands Seth in hot water. Meanwhile, Ryan, accompanied by Marissa, travel to Chino to visit Trey, and their quick trip infuriates Julie. When they return, the mounting tensions explode, making it an OC-style Thanksgiving to remember.
Ratings: 11.9 million viewers
This is the final episode in which Bradley Stryker will play Trey Atwood. The character of Trey will reappear in "The Brothers Grim
, but will be played by Logan Marshall-Green.
This episode marks the first appearance of Navi Rawat (Theresa).
The comic book that Seth gives to Ryan is Teen Titans Volume 3, #1.
Sandy: (to Caleb and Julie) It's the gruesome twosome!
Anna: Ryan has sea monkeys? I love those things!
Seth: Yeah, but you know what, though? You can't see them because they're dead.
Seth: Yeah, suicide. You know how hard the holidays can be, so ...
Seth: (to Kirsten) You know what I dream about when I dream about Thanksgiving, which is often? I dream about eating so much deliciousness that all the blood rushes to my stomach and I pass out at the table. Please don't deny me that!
Seth: (to Ryan) The other night, on my grandfather's yacht, Summer attacked me with her lips. And she swore if I told anyone she would kill me. Yeah, she's got an interesting take on romance.
Sandy: So Anna, what's the deal? Your parents don't believe in celebrating the genocide of the American Indians?
Seth: Now, uh, despite what the Penthouse letters might suggest, two girls and one guy, uh, uh, no, no, it's not really all it's cracked up to be.
When Jimmy and Marissa come over to the Cohen's house, Kirsten calls Jimmy 'Tate', which is his first name in real life.