Elsewhere, Ryan is still talking to Sadie and also gets a visit from Trey's ex-girlfriend, Jess.She wants Ryan's help in getting rid of a new possessive boyfriend and she also wants to talk about where Trey is located.We're taking a look at the ten worst episodes of is one of the most controversial because it was the first season to take place after Marissa's death and Mischa Barton leaving the show.
Ryan and Sadie officially begin to date but it becomes obvious that Ryan isn't over Marissa so Sadie leaves Newport in her rearview mirror for good.
Kristen takes Seth to one of her AA meetings but things don't end the way she planned. Weirdly enough, fans were not unhappy with Johnny's death because they hoped it signaled the end of what many believed a slump in storytelling.
The most disappointing thing about the fourth season for fans of the series was the absence of the popular Marissa/Ryan pairing.
Ryan begins dating Taylor which had polarizing reactions.
This leads to a fight from Summer and Marissa who aren't entirely happy with this announcement.
Marissa continues to fall in deeper with Volchok and her relationship with him and his equally troublesome friends lead to rifts with her other friends, like Summer.Summer tries to get her dad a nice date but then finds out that an attraction has formed between him and Julie.It is somewhat surprising that this episode ranks as one of the worst on the show since it is a pretty fun episode that features the gang making a journey out to LA.Fans had to begin facing the facts that Marissa and Ryan wouldn't be getting back together any time soon.In reality, they never do since Marissa dies but fans didn't know that at the time.One of the most hated storylines in the show had to be the involvement of Johnny.