An enraged Trey pins Ryan to the floor in a stranglehold. Marissa shows up at the house and shoots Trey with his own gun to save Ryan.
When Ryan finds out, he and Trey get into an extremely violent fist fight at Trey’s apartment. The scene ends with Marissa shooting Trey in order to save Ryan, who was pinned on the floor.
In the case of The O.C. there was only one body transplant and it was Trey Atwood, Ryan Atwood-Cohen’s misfit brother. The last time we see Trey played by the original actor Bradley Stryker was in the Thanksgiving episode “The Homecoming”.
The next day, Trey wakes up! Julie pays him a visit and convinces him with money to blame Ryan for his attempted murder! Ryan tries to flee with the help of his friends but eventually gets arrested and ends up in jail.
Trey confesses to his brother he stole and sold it; Ryan takes the stolen money and he and Seth head off to get it back, while Marissa and Summer start to stall until the famous egg comes back.
Seth leaving a lit marijuana cigarette in Sandy’s office at the Newport Group Office. The office caught fire and Seth was arrested shortly afterwards.
Story of the character
She survives and begins a relationship with Trey that leads him to start using drugs. She then attempts to seduce Trey’s brother, Ryan Atwood, in view of Marissa Cooper at Harbor, but Ryan rejects her advances.
Jess Sathers and Trey Atwood become involved in a drug deal at the Bait Shop. Ryan Atwood finds out about Trey’s attempted rape of Marissa Cooper, and confronts him. They fight, and Marissa arrives as Trey is in the process of strangling Ryan. She shoots Trey in the back, and it was unknown if he would live or die.
Unfortunately, the ratings were an insurmountable obstacle and Fox canceled the show, but not before the writers gave the characters an emotionally satisfying final farewell. All four seasons of The O.C. are streaming on HBO Max.
After meeting Jimmy Cooper, a rich family man, Julie falls in love with him and at eighteen years old, becomes pregnant, shortly after, the two get married and Julie gives birth to their first daughter : Marissa Cooper.
Trey made a scandalous ”this must be one of my sick fantasies” face before asking Marissa if she had come to ”finish the job.” After a brief, teary discussion, Trey had a change of heart and confessed to the cops that if Marissa hadn’t shot at him, he would have killed her and Ryan both.
Season 2. The problems begin for Kirsten during the second season when she fears that her husband is cheating on her with an old girlfriend, Rebecca Bloom, who has mysteriously shown up back in town. Sandy and Kirsten’s marriage begins to deteriorate, and she turns to alcohol to compensate.
In the end, despite Taylor and Ryan’s affection for each other, Taylor calls things off until she can become a more independent person. She seeks out help from a therapist, but realizes that her and Ryan are right for each other and they get back together.
Trey’s background check didn’t go through (shocker), so he stole the Egg and sold it to two thugs for its estimated value of $10,000.
Then Kirsten becomes an alcoholic and also cheats with her co-worker Carter Buckley. Even though they both had affairs, the duo realized that their love for each other was much stronger than any other relationship.
17 Moments From ‘The O.C.’ Season 2 Finale You Forgot About As Soon As Marissa Shot Trey. The most memorable moment in O.C. history — for fans and non-fans alike — came at the very end of the second season when Marissa shot Trey and Imogen Heap’s “Hide and Seek” began playing as the bullet pierced his back.