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The Real Reason Mischa Barton Left The O.C. by Bacon Bits
December 15, 2007, 7:05 pm
Filed under: Mischa Barton, the OC, water conservation | Tags: , ,


Is Mischa back? A pic from her spread in Maxim’s January 2008 issue.

After three seasons on The OC, Mischa Barton bigtimed the show by walking away and leaving it fledgling in her wake. Most thought it was because she sought greener pastures, but we’re having second thoughts about her motive.

We think she left Orange County because they wanted to turn her excrement into drinking water. It’s true, in a green move to recycle water, processing plants will “clean” toilet water and put it back into the system. Good for the OC! It’s a shame we don’t live there.

We’re sure Mischa’s disappointed, too. She can pick up her head though; she has a new movie on the way and she’ll be Maxim’s January cover girl. We never thought much of her acting chops, but it’ll be good to see her in something besides pap photos with this guy.

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the use of snap shots in this post is….wow. nice, bruce, now excuse me while i go rinse my eyes with some ajax.

on a less disturbing note, mischa’s working again? nut. I really hope she finds a way to incorporate her atrocious sequined stretch pants into her red carpet appearances

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Man i just love your blog, keep the cool posts comin..

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