That’s the way we do it in “The O.C.”

Even though the once white-hot series “The O.C.” is taking it’s final bow soon, creator Josh Schwartz still showed up at the Fox party for critics on Saturday.
Josh Schwartz

And he wants everyone in the Bay Area to know he’s still grateful for all the fans, especially those at U.C. Berkeley.

“I’m not forgetting the support we got, and continue to get, from The O.C. at Boalt fans,” says Josh, referring to UC Berkeley’s law students who even started a scholarship in the name of the series’ attorney dad Sandy Cohen. “I’m going to do a very special homage to them in the final episode.”

And that’s a classy way to do it, even if you aren’t living in “The O.C.”

By the way, Josh will be on the CW next fall with the new series, “Gossip Girls” based on the best-selling novels.

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