Talk:The Rescue (The O.C.)
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Not to be a jerk, but the person that posted the copyright violation is an imbecile. The external links provided a direct (albeit currently non-functioning) link to FOX's The O.C. episode recap. Also, the webpage that the individual claimed was the "violated origin site" was, in actuality, a site using a recap cut-and-pasted (and similarly documented at the BOTTOM OF THE WEBPAGE, however without a link provided) from the exact same FOX recap guide.
And for the official record, I had nothing to do with making this page, so I'm not lashing out for some petty reason -- I just think that if a person is going to label something as "plagiarism" or a full-on "copyright violation," he or she should at the very least do a small amount of due diligence.
Hope this clears things up.
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