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The O.C.: The Chrismukkah Bar Mitz-vahkkah
In the spirit of Chrismukkah, the gang comes up with a plan to help Johnny -- a Chrismukkah Bar Mitz-vahkkah, involving Ryan getting Bar-Mitzvahkkahed. However, the holidays hit Summer hard when she begins missing her mother and Johnny decides to take his need into his own hands. Meanwhile, Kirsten, in the holiday spirit, reaches out to Julie.
Ratings: 6.22 million viewers
We learn in this episode that Summer's mother left her and her father when she was 13.
Seth: That's the Torah for you. Once you start a-scrollin' it's hard to stop.
Seth: (stalling the Bar Mitzvah) Ryan forgot his glasses so he'll be just a minute.
Sandy: Ryan doesn't wear glasses.
Seth: He does when he reads right to left.
Julie: (to Ryan) I come in peace.
Kirsten: Best. Chrismukkah. Ever.
Seth: It'd be like a Chrismukah Bar-Mitzvahkah. Spell that, dude!
Seth: Doctor Roberts! Hello, hi, how are you?
Dr. Roberts: I'm good, Seth, how are you?
Seth: Great. I'm with your daughter so how could I.. not... be great. Plus the angels won! Looking pretty good this year, hm?
Dr. Roberts: Baseball season ended months ago, Seth.
Seth: But the market is up! Yes? -- No? -- It's a good time for the market? Yes? No? It's good, it's bad. It's a bad time for the market...
Summer: Cohen! Why don't you go comb out Princess Sparkle's tail, you know that relaxes you.
Seth: What...? Summer, what are you... what are you talking about? I would never... (pause) Is the comb where I left it?
Summer: And what do you think, Cohen?
Seth: My Chrismukkah forecast calls for trouble.
Seth: Jews don't believe in saints. Just really good stand up comics.
Seth: That was remarkable timing, my mom right there.
Sandy: Oy, humbug.
Sandy: Luckily Chrismukkah has twice the resistance of an ordinary holiday.