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Best & Worst TV Moments of 2003

The O.C is a popular teen soap opera set in Orange County.
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Jon Dalton didn't win the million on Survivor Pearl Islands.
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Television had some classic moments in 2003 - classically good and classically bad. Kidzworld's dishin' on the best TV moments of 2003 and the worst - check it out!

Best TV Moments of 2003

Buffy The Vampire Slayer Series Finale

The end of a series is usually a bit of a disappointment, but creator Joss Whedon ended Buffy the Vampire Slayer with a virtually flawless episode. The slayer and her gang of evil-crushing pals saved the world, again. The series finale of Buffy the Vampire Slayer was filled with touching and terrifically funny moments. Whether it was the gang gabbing about shopping at the mall (in the depths of the danger), or Anya and Spike's heroic deaths, it was a great episode.

The O.C Begins

The O.C kicked off in the summer of 2003 and started its own heat wave. With the characters, the killer settings - the beautiful, beachside Orange County - and the fast-moving, dramatic storylines, this show was an instant hit. Between Ryan's hotness, Marissa's beauty, Summer's craziness and Seth's everything - The O.C. is the new must-see TV.

Jon's Dead Grandma on Survivor Pearl Islands

Jon Dalton didn't win the million but he won the prestigious position of Biggest Bottom-Feeding Jerk Ever. When Jon Dalton told his Survivor Pearl Islands tribemates that his grandma passed away, you really felt for him - until you found out it was total crapola! As horrible as it was, it was the biggest scandal in Survivor history and made for some good TV viewing.

Great 2003 TV Lines
  • "You know, I started it. The whole having a soul. Before it was all the cool new thing." Angel on Buffy the Vampire Slayer's Series Finale.
  • "You don't own a TV? What's all your furniture pointed at?" Joey on the Season 9 Finale of Friends.

  • Click here for KW's picks for the Worst TV Moments of 2003.

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