Perhaps I should create a Miss Angry blog? It's really unbecoming of me to get so heated up on topics with such little significance as this. But here goes. Be warned, I have used profanity in this entry.
How is it that people can sit through an episode of The O.C.?
Who can handle the incessant vacuous babble that pours through the perfectly primped over age actors playing 17 year olds?
Why are they trying to pass off RETARDED for MATURE?
Who are the mind fucked adults who watch this show?
Why can't that Rachel Bilson's character crack her spine during one of her mildly epileptic neck flicks?
Its like a phenomenon now. Supré's selling I Love The O.C. t-shirts. We're producing t-shirts? People BUY them? Does no one else suffer this horror? Mind you, the fact that its Supré should really have given it all away.
I didn't think that stupid people necessarily bred stupid offspring. Not according to this show! Have you seen these dim witted rambling turds? Who wrote this script? How much make up and designer apparel can you throw at something before it becomes barely watchable? The simple answer. You can't!
Be informed that I've never endured an entire hour of this tripe and so avid watchers may well take objection to some of my outraged insults. Go right ahead!
Nothing shocks, surprises or angers these "kids". There's nothing you can say to instill some kind of observable reaction out of them.
Marissa's Mom: I've been living in a trailer park because there's no condo renovation and I've lied to you all this time.
Marissa: Oh gee Mom I knew it wasn't true but… Yeah its fine.
For Crying Out Loud!
I know it's not real but this show and its considerable popularity bug me.
Interesting to note the frequency with which "The Australia Says No To Domestic Violence" ad airs during this show. In the blissful last ad break, it aired twice, broken up only by one other ad.
"But I guess its only fair. These "kids" have faced the worst of their problems by the age of 17. They've done the hard yards and now their life will be smooth sailing", I gush as the credits roll over "The Class of '06" shot.