Sandy: Angry, nudfo, chocolate love. Nood-fo, nuhd-fo, is that a word?
Kirsten: Not that I know of.
Sandy: When did you find this?
Kirsten: Just now. When I went to see if the boys had anything to give to the clothing drive.
Sandy: You tried calling them?
Kirsten: No answer.
Sandy: You know what I think this is?
Kirsten: A coded message.
Sandy: Nothing. It's probably the name of a band, Seth wrote it on a piece of paper and put it in his pocket. Relax, sweetheart.
(Sandy's phone rings)
Seth: Dad, it's me. Did you get my note, I had to write it in code in case Ryan found it.
Sandy: Right, the note.
Seth: Yeah, he says he's not going to do anything to Volchek...
Sandy: Wait! Wait! What?
Seth: I thought you got the note?
Sandy: No, no, no! I got the "Angry nudfo chocolate love" note, I didn't get the one about Ryan following Volchek!
Seth: It's an anagram.
Sandy: Oh yeah? Well since when is there a "g" in "Ryan"?
Seth: I was in a rush, I had to add a few letters so it made sense.
—The O.C., October 8 episode