The Grizzly’s Spotlight: Rachel Bilson

Rachel Bilson gave hope to all geeks out there as Summer Roberts from the underrated show The O.C. The fact that Seth Cohen could get this beauty to fall for him and be the perfect compliment to his personality and demeanor made it okay to love comic books, video games, and ironic t-shirts and still be able to get a girl like Summer to dress up in a Wonder Woman costume for you on Christmas.

Seriously. That would be the best Christmas present. Ever.

Yeah, she hasn’t been in a lot of stuff and I’m solely basing this on her O.C. role but man, I identified with Seth and he got to be with Summer just by being his awesome self. So therefore, she’s the Grizzly Girl of the Week. And of my heart.

Why We Love Her – The Best of Her Resume:

  • The O.C. (2003-2007)
  • Chuck – (2007 – 2 Episodes)
  • How I Met Your Mother – (2010 – 2 Episodes)
  • Hart of Dixie – (2011-Present)

Other Notable Roles:

  • Jumper – (2008)
  • The Last Kiss – (2006)
  • New York, I Love You – (2009)
  • That 70s Show – (2004 – 1 Episode)
  • Buffy the Vampire Slayer – (2003 – 1 Episode)
  • MADtv – (2004 1 Episode)
  • L!fe Happens – (2011)
  • Waiting for Forever – (2010)

Upcoming Roles:

Rachel Bilson

Of course, this means it’s now time for the eye candy. You’re welcome.

Now that you made it to the end, I leave my 3 favorite parts. First, my fave pic of Rachel. Second, a great gif reveal of the Wonder Woman. Lastly, a video of her blatant rip off of the Natalie Portman SNL rap. I don’t care. She’s too adorable and awesome. Just the fact that she did the same thing as Natalie makes me love her more.


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