“The first person we cast on the show was Peter Gallagher as Sandy Cohen,” Schwartz revealed.
“We wanted to send the message that this was a show that could be for adults, as much as for kids.” 2. C., b-tch” was inspired by water polo players at USC where Schwartz went to school — and so was the show’s title.
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Schwartz said that Chrismakkah really emphasized “the idea is that Sandy had married the ultimate shiksa goddess.” He cracked, “It was a way to get even more presents! Asked how Fox felt about the “whiny Jews” at the center of the show, Savage laughed that the network was “medium okay” with it. Arcade Fire was the one band that Josh Schwartz wanted to feature on “The O. Not getting Arcade Fire on the show is still a sore subject for Schwartz. C.’s” music supervisor Alexandra Patsavas was on the panel and spoke about all the great artists that the show get.
The panel agreed that Imogen Heap’s “Hide and Seek” is one of their favorite moments from the entire series. Kailtin Cooper was originally played by Shailene Woodley (in case you forgot).
Here's a definitive timeline of all the cast's messiest moments.
October 2006: Rumors begin to surface that Isaiah Washington, aka Dr. Washington confirms the rumors by issuing an apology for his "unfortunate use of words during the recent incident on-set."The whole situation was made more unpleasant by the fact that Knight had not yet publicly come out as gay when the scandal broke — he confirmed his sexuality shortly afterward.Preston Burke, used a homophobic slur toward co-star T. January 2007: Knight confirms that being called the F-word by Washington pushed him to come out."I've never been called that to my face," he tells Ellen De Generes. [Knight] a faggot," he told reporters backstage at the Golden Globes. I'm not okay with it."June 2007: Washington is officially fired from the show, following months of controversy and speculation.C.’…as if they were referring to ‘the LBC,'” Schwartz said, laughing that Orange County is not nearly as hard as Long Beach, but the blonde athletes definitely thought it was. “It’s not a holiday that we celebrated,” the show creator said about his childhood. “It felt like it really spoke to what we were trying to do with the show,” Schwartz said.“It was always a bit of an ironic title for us,” Schwartz said. “We had a lot of Judaism on the show,” he said, bringing up the Passover sedar scene from Season 1. Stephanie Savage joked that the core family got a little bit more Jewish as the show was developed.I have always known since I was very little that something wasn’t correct.