LOS ANGELES — Rich, blonde, bronzed, boarding and bitchy — but Orange County is not totally as seen on TV.
“The OC,” Fox network’s prime-time debut Tuesday night that promises to do for Orange County what “90210” did for Beverly Hills, is obviously an idealized snapshot of this sprawling suburb 45 miles south of Los Angeles proper, melodramatically camped up in the hopes of lasting beyond the pilot.
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