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Adam Brody Appreciation Day

April 14, 2006 by  

Adam Brody

I’ll be the first to admit that The OC has fallen from its once very high ivory tower.  The storylines have become a bit cliched and the show has seemed to lost a bit of the voice and identity that made it a standout hit in Season1.  The OC has become so uneven that you never know what you are going to get on any given Thursday.  But one thing has remained unchange…Adam Brody is brilliant.

Adam’s adorkable Seth Cohen is the only reason The OC is still on the air, and the only reason it’s still on my TiVo Season Pass.  I don’t mean to take anything away from the other actors.  Actually, I think The OC has a rather strong cast (with exception of Misha Barton of course), but it’s always been Adam Brody that has pulled everything together.  Lately Adam has been working overtime and this show is becoming watchable again.  Hell I’ve actually been enjoying it.

The writers have realized that Seth Cohen can do more than whine and rant about all things pop culture and hip, and they are letting him grow up a little. Seth has not lost any of his wittiness, but he just doesn’t rely on it as much anymore.  Seth has his family, Ryan, and of course Summer, so the snappy one-liners just don’t serve the same purpose.  Seth is getting more and comfortable with who he is, and in turn we the viewers get to see Adam Brody at his best.

I know this is kind of a pointless rant, or rather, rave about Adam Brody, but I just got finished watching The OC, and I just felt compelled to write something about him.  I really thoughtlast night’s episode showcased what a great actor Adam is.  Seth was funny and witty (as always), but dealing with the whole Summer break-up, he really showed his vulnerable side.  For the first time in a long time, I’m actually excited about next week’s episode of The OC. ( SPOILER ALERT…the return of Anna & Theresa…uh…oh)

Oh, and since I was on such an Adam Brody high after The OC, you can just imagine how psyched I was to see him show up as Keith, Russ’s gay son, on The Loop.  I remember Bret Harrison spoke of his best bud’s guest appearance, but I guess I didn’t realize that ep was going to be on last night.  It was great to see Adam getting a little way from the Seth Cohen stereotype.

Anway, that’s all I wanted to say.  I’m loving Adam Brody and I just wanted to share it with someone.  Good thing I have a blog!!!


5 Responses to “Adam Brody Appreciation Day”

  1. K on April 15th, 2006 1:58 am

    I have to agree w/ you, Adam Brody is a god. OK, so maybe you didn’t quite say that but u were on the right path and i figured i’d put the words out there for you.

    Anyway, I loved Seth last night but hated Ryan (
    I was also surprised to see him on the Loop, I wasn’t expecting that. Loved him as Russ’ gay son. Can’t wait to see him react to Anna coming back.

  2. Grace on April 18th, 2006 1:11 pm

    Just saw him in “Thank You for Smoking”, which was a great film. Adam had a small part in it but he acted the hell out of it. Just in case you wanted to see him in something!

  3. valeria on February 25th, 2007 9:09 pm

    tu eres mas l8ndo de todo el mundo

  4. ADRIANA on April 1st, 2007 7:18 pm


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