ONE TREE HILL ''I Can't See You, But I Know You Are There'' Review


This week's episode of ONE TREE HILL was mainly focused on Clay and Quinn and their journey back to the living, at least for one of them. I think the writers really set the stage for this story in their choice of singers for the theme song. Did you notice it was different? This week's version was more slow and somewhat harrowing which fit in perfectly with the life and death theme that was prevalent for most of the show.


The episode began with Haley once again writing to Lucas whom of course we no longer see. She talks about how she wishes she could see all the ones that they have lost. This makes her think of Quinn and she once again tries to contact her. Finally, she goes over to Clay's house and makes the gruesome discovery in the bedroom. As they are rushed to the hospital, somewhat miraculously still alive despite the fact that it has clearly been at least over 24 hours since they were shot (and I am thinking closer to 48), we see their other versions watch the entire scene. As you will recall from the last episode, Clay and Quinn spent an ideal perfect day at the beach, alone. It turns out it was either their subconscious or, after tonight's episode perhaps their souls, that were taking that journey. The real Clay and Quinn were lying where we last saw them in the season finale, shot on Clay's bedroom floor.


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