Stop Being a Hater and Learn to Love the O.C.: An Unauthorized Survival Guide for Living the Drama-filled Good Life in Orange County

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Chamberlain Bros., 2004 - Performing Arts - 151 pages
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Following the travails of a set of wealthy families in the harbor-front community of Orange County, California, The O.C. has become an instant success that goes beyond the Tiger Beat crowd. Audiences recognize and appreciate its witty dialogue and self-awareness, but trying to discuss the merits of a teen drama from the same network that aired Beverly Hills 90210 has left mature viewers blue in the face. Alan Sepinwall's "Stop Being a Hater and Learn to Love The O.C." is a support group of a solution, and a fun look at this television phenomenon for fans of all ages.

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Alan Sepinwall is an American television reviewer and writer. He gre up in Pine Brook, N.J. He studied at the University of Pennsylvania, where he began writing television reviews during his sophomore year in 1993. Sepinwall began working as The Star-Ledger's television columnist in 1996. He spent 14 years there until leaving the newspaper in 2010 to work for the entertainment news website HitFix. He reviews as many as 15 television shows each week.

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