'One Tree Hill's' Austin Nichols draws on real frustration for a heartbreaking performance


If Austin Nichols' work as Julian Baker in the last two "One Tree Hill" episodes didn't make you cry, you're either made of stone or your tear ducts are broken. In an absent-minded moment, the ever-reliable Julian did the unthinkable and left his son, Davis, in the car on a hot day. While the baby survived a situation that easily could turned been fatal, Julian and Brooke (Sophia Bush) were beyond rattled by the incident.Nichols hasn't yet watched the scenes that blew so many of us out of the water (and put Twitter into a tailspin). "I haven't seen it yet!" he tells Zap2it. "I'm unemployed and looking for work, so I've been reading so many scripts. I've just been fully immersed in that. I'll look at the scenes someday."It's hard to imagine that Nichols wouldn't be clamoring to watch the scenes, which are undoubtedly his best work on "One Tree Hill," if not in...



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