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If you haven't seen, Game of Thrones season 4, episode 9, then consider this your spoiler alert. The epic hour-long battle at the wall shocked fans with a confrontation between Jon Snow and Ygritte, during which the redheaded wildling took an arrow through the chest.

If you haven't finished watching the second season of The O.C., Marissa shot Trey Atwood in the finale. You get no spoiler alert because, c'mon...that was ten years ago.

Anyway, what could these two beloved series have in common, other than slavishly devoted fan bases? Well, thanks to one genius YouTube user, the O.C. and GoT now share a common taste in stunner music:

If you're of the right age watching the clip above might give you a flashback to 2004 when you feverishly called your friends after the Marissa-Trey showdown, hoping that someday, someone would invent texting so that you wouldn't have to pick your jaw up off the floor in order to ask WTF just happened.

And if you think that's the only fan-made tribute to everyone's favorite fallen ginger, well, you know nothing, Jon Snow (sorry):

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Perhaps having learned to keep secrets from her six seasons on the CW's Gossip Girl, Leighton Meester has dropped a major one on fans today:

She's married to Adam Brody!

Leighton Meester and Adam Brody Photo

Indeed, just three months after Meester and Brody confirmed their engagement, sources tell Us Weekly that the adorable couple exchanged vows this weekend.

In a hush-hush ceremony, the former OC star and the beloved Blair Waldorf's alter ego tied the knot after a little over a year of dating.

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by Free Britney at . Comments

A new report indicates that Leighton Meester and Adam Brody just got engaged, which is either a tabloid's version of fan fiction or the greatest news ever.

At least if you're a fan of teen dramas that started off so promisingly and then declined precipitously in later seasons, but still hold a place in your heart.

According to Star Magazine, the couple of 10 months is heading to the altar after the former Gossip Girl star accepted The OC star's surprise proposal.

“Leighton and Adam are crazy about each other and have talked about getting married eventually,” an insider says. “But she had no idea he would propose!"

"It was the surprise of her life and she’s absolutely ecstatic!”

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by Mischalova at . Comments

In the wake of The OC finally going off the air, a former star of the show appears to take it in stride.

Seen here, Mischa Barton - who blamed the death of her awful character, Marissa Cooper, for the show's demise - doesn't seem bothered by very much at all. Unless you count where she can satisfy her case of the munchies.

Quite Troubled

It's hard to blame Barton for needing a puff or two. She probably hasn't recovered from seeing Cisco Adler naked. Lord knows we're yet to.

At least that hairball was good for something, as we have a pretty good idea where Mischa got the remedy in her hand from. We just hope the thin actress plays it safe this time.

After all, Barton hasn't had great luck in cars recently. Just ask Nicole Richie. If you have trouble finding her, that's just because she's really, really tiny.

Or under the mean-spirited foot of Brody Jenner somewhere.

by Hilton Hater at . Comments

Looks like Jack Bauer isn't the only person mystified by the death of Marissa Cooper.

Mischa Barton recently had the nerve to say that the death of her character was the reason why The OC has been canceled.


The 20-year-old star is really, really thin. She also played Marissa on the teen series and died in a car accident at the end of the last season.

When asked if she was surprised that the show had been axed she told Fox News: "No. They killed me off."

We hate to break it to Mischa, but The Hollywood Gossip staff - who were huge fans of the series before it started sucking - somehow doubt viewers cared about her character's demise.

Rachel Bilson is still on it, right? Then perhaps it was the quality of the writing, and not the death of a boring character, that actually led to cancellation.


by Free Britney at . Comments

The OC, the once-hot teenage soap opera that saw its ratings drop faster than Lindsay Lohan's pants after a couple of drinks, has been axed.

The final episode of the The OC will air Thursday, February 22, giving viewers a chance to say good riddance bye to the characters they've come to know and love.

"The finale will deliver real closure to the series, to the story we began telling four years ago," series creator Josh Schwartz said. "It will be fun and emotional and I think really satisfying. It is the finale we always planned to do."

THG NOTE: Sure thing, Josh. We're sure you planned on wasting terrific talent and letting the series decompose into a steaming pile of nonsense and unfulfilled potential before our eyes.

The OC caught fire in its first season, 2003-04, as the top-rated drama among young adults with a total audience of nearly 10 million. But like star Mischa Barton - who was unceremoniously killed off at the end of Season 3 - audiences really thinned out after that! Eh? Eh?

The show dropped to about 7 million viewers during 2004-05 and then to fewer than 6 million last season. This year, it has only drawn about 4 million, with Fox declining to order a full season.

Nevertheless, the show did turn us on to young stars such as Rachel Bilson and Adam Brody, the odd, adorable couple who won each other's hearts and dated in real life for a long time before recently breaking up.

Ben McKenzie is also alright.

Observers have pointed to a variety of possible reasons for the slump, including inconsistent quality, the fickleness of younger viewers, its time-slot change opposite Grey's Anatomy, and the show really sucking!

Fox has yet to name a replacement series. We're pushing for a hot new reality show featuring Mischa Barton and her boyfriend, Cisco Adler, where they fight constantly and see how long they can go without ingesting food.

by Hilton Hater at . Comments

It was a heartbreaking year in Hollywood. And, no, we're not just referring to recent troubles for that drug addicted Miss USA, Tara Conner.

On the small screen, main characters from some of our favorite shows were sent to the great big DVR in the sky.

Here's a recap of the most memorable:

  • As if the trials and tribulations of Meredith and McDreamy were not enough, Grey's Anatomy made us fall in love with Denny Duquette. And then killed him off in the season finale. George Clooney didn't love his pig as much as we loved Denny.
  • On Lost, meanwhile, fans were just getting to know Mr. Eko. Unfortunately, the smoke monster on the island was, as well. And the mysterious wanna-be priest didn't stand a chance against it.
  • We can't say we felt the same sort of loss when The OC cut ties with Marissa, played emaciatedly Mischa Barton, however. That annoying drag on Ryan worn out her welcome months earlier.

Good riddance to her. But best of luck to former real-life couple, Rachel Bilson and Adam Brody!

by Mischalova at . Comments

But he doesn't seem very broken up about it, does it? Now that Mischa Barton (or her character, Marissa Cooper, we suppose) is dead, Benjamin McKenzie can walk around without an emaciated ball and chain holding him down.

Everyone on the set of The OC seems to be more relaxed now. Almost all cast members agree that this is probably the last season for the once hilarious and witty FOX program. So they can kick back and have fun with it.

Or entertain offers to play Wonder Woman, as Rachel Bilson is reportedly doing. Either way, the point remains the same: Marissa sucked.

by Mischalova at . Comments

Wanna smell like washed up teen spirit? This is your chance!

  • Adam Brody Picture
  • Rachel Bilson Picture
  • Happy Mischa

The OC - that played out, nonsensical, desperate former hit of a Fox television series - has spawned a fragrance line called, The O.C. for Her and The O.C. for Him. Those names are about as creative as any storylines from the drama's third season.

The O.C. for Her has a fruity, floral scent perfect for the anorexic girl next door who enjoys drunken benders in Tijuana or being driven over cliffs to her enjoyable demise.

With its aroma of amber and musk, The O.C. for Him is the idealcologne for the formerly funny, whiny geek who fakes their way into Brown or burns down a model home.

Both scents will be available in October for fans lame enough to purchase them. They'll be priced at under $25 each. But you can take a whiff of the sweet smell of Marissa's rotting corpse right now, for free!

Nice, isn't it?

by Mischalova at . Comments

Yesterday, Fox took part in the Television Critics' Association presentation, delivering numerous inside scoops on some of your favorite shows. The event featured writers, producers and a few actors, such as the delicious Wentworth Miller (pictured).

Let's get right into the action!

Peter Liguori, Fox's entertainment president, admitted that his network "does an outstanding job from January through August... the whole ball of wax is really about improving our fourth quarter.'' Sounds like he wants some hits until American Idol and 24 save the day in January.

Wentworth Miller Photo

The solution appears to be scheduling shows with periodic, longer-breaks; just how Prison Break premiered before baseball playoffs, came back strong after the World Series and then took a long hiatus while Jack Bauer saved the world again.

This explains the 16-episode order and November premiere of The O.C. (although nothing from the panel explained why the show has sucked a huge one for the last two years). Liguori said the drama will play continually through March - and if it manages to weather the Grey's Anatomy vs. CSI Thursday-night war, it may even get extended to 24 episodes. In other words: no chance.

Liguori also reiterated that So You Think You Can Dance? and Hell's Kitchen have both been picked up for another season. The Gossip was way ahead of him on that one!

Tidbits regarding Prison Break were then revealed. With the felons now fugitives, viewers shouldn't expect to see much of Stacy Keach's Warden Pope; production's moved from the Joliet, Ill., penitentiary to the wide open spaces of Dallas (which can double for the many different locations needed for the second season).

The inmates will be spreading out too, as they enter what creator Paul T. Scheuring called their ''respective endgames." Scheuring later said he had only planned on two seasons, but now sees the first two seasons as the first chapter of a trilogy. We assume that means more money will equate to more episode.

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