Brody reflected on his time on The O.C., sharing that the first year on the Fox megahit was a whirlwind.
“Even filming the pilot, like, we got picked up very early, almost during or a week after,” he said. “I don’t really have a fame story, but I do remember that it seemed like we were getting a lot of greenlights, even when we were filming the pilot.”
When asked if he was open to an O.C. reunion at some point in the future, Brody joked, “You know, for the right amount of money … I’ll do Blue’s Clues.”
So don’t count on an O.C. reunion any time soon. But Brody is looking ahead to the new season of StartUp, the Crackle digital series he stars and produces alongside new cast member Ron Perlman, that returns this week. In it, Brody plays Nick, the ambitious son of a criminal, who finds himself in a bit of a bind at the start of season two.
“He’s on the outs. He’s got an open FBI investigation against him, so he’s waiting tables. Professionally speaking, he’s lower than he was in the first [season],” Brody previewed of Nick’s journey.