Did this week’s episode of One Tree Hill feel like filler? And not very good filler at that. I think it is rather lame when a major storyline involves an 8 year old child getting braces. I was never much of a fan of the growing screen time that Jamie seemed to get. While his interaction with Haley or Nathan as a family was fine, after all, it showed how much they have grown and their new lives as parents, anything beyond that just doesn’t seem to fit. This is One Tree Hill! It is about drama, angst, love, lost love, and to see how much our high schoolers have grown. Naturally that would include children, I just don’t want the children to become a main character. Heck, even the title of this episode is about Jamie.
Another thing that is starting to really bother me are the scenes with Mia and Chase. Neither one of them can really act and together they are a disaster. I would not expect Kate Voegle to be the best actress as she is really a musician. I guess I shouldn’t expect a reality star to be that good either. Since they are not and since they lack any chemistry, I wish the show would stop pushing them on us. Kate’s scenes with Erin talking about music were so much better acted than anything she has done with Stephen a/k/a Chase. The same actually is true with Chase. When he is paired with someone that has some talent like Jana Kramer or the guy that plays Mouth, he doesn’t come off so bad. Is it too much to ask to kill the Mia/Chase storyline?
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