Brown, Derek and Renee team up to get a photograph of a celebrity's baby. Will finds marijuana and tries to smoke out the owner.
Black powder expert Russ Coombs shows marksman Daryl Parker some old school flint and steel with the Kentucky Flintlock. They'll also fire the Colt 1873 Peacemaker--considered by many to be the finest handgun ever built. In the final shoot-off, playing cards and skilled shooting determine the best poker hand.
The glass shop boys arrange a surprise run in between both crews to settle everything once and for all.
Deadly at 1200 yards, expert sniper Kelly Blanchard takes aim at targets that can't be seen with the naked eye. The AWM Sniper rifle, historic Henry Rifle, and the Russian SVT 40 are pushed to their limits in this rifle showdown. Paintballs take the place of traditional targets as Top Shot Alumni Peter Palma and host Colby Donaldson join in on the action.
On October 17, 1989, San Francisco was devastated by an earthquake that caused the collapse of the double-decker Interstate 880 freeway, which trapped rush-hour motorist under tons of asphalt and concrete. This is the true story of ordinary people who became heros.
Will (Robin Dunne) and Henry (Ryan Robbins) travel to the UK to follow up on a werewolf sighting and end up uncovering a dark connection to Henry's past...and future.
The geological forces at work in Galapágos are complex and unpredictable; so, too, are the many ocean currents that unite here.
The O.C. was one of the highest-rated dramas on television. Season two features recurring guest stars Olivia Wilde as Alex; Logan Marshall-Greene as Ryan's brother, Trey; and Billy Campbell as Carter, the new editor of Newport Living.
When Seth visits Summer at Brown, he finds an empty dorm room. Meanwhile, Sandy and Kirsten take advantage of an opportunity to bond with Ryan, who is in a Taylor-induced haze.
Taylor eagerly prepares for her first real birthday celebration, but she frets over the fact that Ryan has still not told her he loves her.
Summer is over, and school is in session. Seth and Ryan hope to win back the attention they once had from Summer and Marissa. With opportunity beckoning, Hailey tells Jimmy about her plans to move in order to pursue her unfulfilled fashion ambitions. Meanwhile, Sandy explains to Julie that the district attorney is keeping a close watch on Caleb.
Seth and Zach decide to create a comic book based on their lives in Newport Beach. While browsing through the sketches, Summer wonders why she's been left out. Sandy decides to help an old friend, Professor Max Bloom, find his daughter, Rebecca, but the search leads to even more questions.
When Sandy becomes the honorary chairman of the Newport Beach charity yard sale, he solicits help from Trey, who has his first confrontation with the Newpsies. While Sandy auctions off Newport's finest, Kirsten and Carter share a table. When one of the auction's most expensive pieces goes missing, Ryan and Seth could also use some help.
Chaos reigns in the Cohen kitchen as Sandy, Ryan and Seth continue to cope with Kirsten's rehab. When Sandy encourages Kirsten to come home to her family, Kirsten's attachment to Charlotte raises concern in Sandy.
After the teens spend hours picking out the perfect Christmas trees, they devise a special plan to help a friend in need. Meanwhile, missing her mom, Summer feels even more somber during this holiday, and Johnny's sudden misfortune forces him to take matters into his own hands. Kirsten tries to put the past behind her and make amends with Julie.