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One Tree Hill “Anyone Who Had a Heart” Review

A warning label should be applied to “Anyone Who Had a Heart,” the penultimate episode of One Tree Hill. Caution! Contents may cause diabetes.

It seems like all that had to happen to turn Tree Hill from Drama Central to a 1960?s Love In was the death of Dan Scott. That’s how much they hated him. Once he was safely six feet under, the whole town melted into a gooey pile of sentiment and sweetness.

Chase came to terms with his dismissal from the Air Force, and came to appreciate his job at the bar, which Haley is conspiring to sell to him.

Despite her husband having been kidnapped and kept away from her for weeks, Haley loved him and Jamie enough to know that her two men needed to take some time away after Dan’s funeral, leaving her to emcee the Burning Boat Festival, the first time we’ve seen the ritual since the first season. It was a nice nod to the past, I must admit. Read More...

http://www.tvequals.com/2012/03/29/one-tree-hill-anyone-who-had-a-heart-review/ 

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| 19:06 EDT, 10 Apr, 2012
I was kind of amused/touched by when Logan is shown his new room at the beach house and then he is scared by the ocean just outside his window...it was cute and endearing but also kind of funny. Also really liked that they used Lucy Schwartz's song "Feeling of Being" right when this happened, such a great tune. Oh and also Logan's room is AWESOME. The Burning Boat Festival really was a great reminder of season 1 - can't believe I've been watching this show for nine seasons now!

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