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Despite airing over 15 years ago, "The O. While it only lasted four seasons, "The O. As a defining show in the early aughts, much of what shows do these days musically debuted on "The O.
Though with all of the incredible ways the show defined a generation, there are still plenty of things the series could have done better. The characters are far from flawless, which is a part of their charm, but like "Gossip Girl," the series often gets criticized for glorifying wealth as much as Sandy and Seth Cohen reject the politics and snooty vibe of their neighbors. Between a cringe amount of slut-shaming, undertones of homophobia, and stigmatizing therapy, the show is very much a product of its time — but that's no excuse.
Did you question any of the following plotlines when they aired in the early '00s? Sure, there are a lot of feminist vibes on "The O. Stories like those simply weren't all that common in However, the show's treatment toward any women that the main characters don't like is abysmal. The biggest culprit? Summer and Marissa's constant slut-shaming of other women. Almost every episode of the show's first few seasons witnesses Summer or Marissa calling another woman a "slut" or a "skank.
On the one hand, their friendship with each other is mostly drama-free, and there's rarely that competitive or backstabbing component you often see with teenage girls on shows. However, the slut-shaming is ever-present, and they never really move past it or acknowledge that, hey, maybe it's not cool to call any woman you don't like a "skank.
Why are so many shows hell-bent on going in an uncomfortable incest direction at least once during a series? Before we get the revelation that Lindsay is Caleb's biological daughter and Seth's aunt , Seth calls her his "dream woman" and asks Ryan to set them up.