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The other characters look towards college, with Seth and Summer competing for a spot at Brown University.
Sandy's moral compass becomes imperiled when a past love interest makes her way back into his life, and he takes over Caleb's old position as head of The Newport Group, pursuing a project to establish more low-income housing in Newport.
It was widely referred to as a pop cultural phenomenon and received mostly positive reception from critics.
Season 1 focuses on Ryan Atwood's arrival in Newport Beach to live with Sandy and Kirsten Cohen, who take him in after his mother kicks him out.
Meanwhile, Sandy Cohen frequently comes into conflict with Caleb Nichol, Kirsten's father and a wealthy industrialist who is said to "basically own Newport". Josh Schwartz, the show's creator, stated that in Season 2, the show would "no longer be about Ryan's past; now it's going to be about Ryan's future," and that this season would "slow down the storytelling a little bit ...
and evolve the characters." For example, the story closely follows Ryan in his advanced physics class, where tension is created between him and another student, Lindsay, who presumes that Ryan will be useless as a lab partner, who thus prevents him from contributing to the work that must be submitted.
With the help of Julie, both she and Ryan are able to track Volchok down in Mexico, and turn him into federal officials.
The continued love of the Cohen family and the company of the eccentric Taylor Townsend guide him back to the light.
He also pursues the idea of a post-secondary education, with encouragement from both Sandy and Kirsten to visit Berkeley.
The series includes elements of postmodernism, and functions as a mixture of melodrama and comedy.
The series premiered with high ratings and was one of the most popular new dramas of the 2003–2004 television season.
The Bait Shop becomes a prominent social destination for the teenage characters.
A number of recurring characters are introduced, such as D.
J., Lindsay Gardner, Zach Stevens, and Alex Kelly, with whom the main characters form a variety of relationships.