'One Tree Hill' Bids Farewell to Lydia and to Fans Until...April


It's not always that we get to see the cast of One Tree Hill toy with some emotionally gripping material but last night's episode proved to be a rare moment, and sadly it came at the expense of pulling the plug on one character. Sure there's tons of drama to go around with, although recently it's been just shallow drama involving Brulian or Clay. However, Lydia finally succumbing to her pancreatic cancer was just what the doctor ordered for Bess Armstrong, Bethany Joy Galeotti and even James Lafferty to shine.


Bulk of "The Last Day of Our Acquaintance," the 18th episode of One Tree Hill's seventh season, focused on Haley, Nathan, Jamie, Quinn and Taylor reminiscing the good ol' days with Lydia and saying goodbye to her. Although the death of Lydia closed a chapter on the James family drama, other chapters were opened.


Brooke and Julian reconciled after Brooke realized that Alex and Julian didn't sleep together and finally gave a heartfelt apology to both Alex and Julian. Then there's Mouth and Lauren who decided to go for it if only Skills hadn't interrupted them. Alex found comfort in her male costar. Victoria, on the other hand, hooked up with Alexander. We also learned that Katie, Sarah doppelganger's, is one devious psycho.


And that's that for One Tree Hill, at least for the month of February. The show returns with new episodes beginning April. In the meantime, let me know what you thought about this episode. Which parts did you like and which parts did you hate?


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Feb 23, 2010 4:10PM EST

This was the best episode of OTH ever. Brooke and her mom had me laughing out loud, while Haley and her mom had me crying like a baby.
The acting was brilliant, the music was spot-on (Sheryl Crow at the end was a perfect choice) and the story line was moving.
Only two things bothered me in this episode: Marvin going after Lauryn, which is ridiculous and Lucas and Peyton not being there for the funeral or even before. They are family and would come fron the ends of the earth to support Haley. It's beyond any reason that they were missing.
Other than that, I can only hope that the rest of the season will play out in such a high-quality way as this episode.

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Feb 24, 2010 12:17PM EST

Hey does anybody know the song that plays in the last part of the episode, it is a really sad song that often plays in somekind of sad moment. I think it was playing when they saw the photos. But im not sure.

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Feb 24, 2010 12:54PM EST

The song playing during the pictures was 'Landslide' by Stevie Nicks, the one playing right afterwords is 'I Shall Believe' by Sheryl Crow, a sing which they have actually used before in either the first, or second season.
This episode was heartbreaking and good in so many ways. Taylor is a pain, but I love her character and the actress is great imo. I loved that they came together in the end, strengthening their family.
This show is never without a psycho! (Psycho Derek, Nanny Carry.. now the Sara look alike!)
I'm curious to see some things in the remainder of the season. What is going on with Dan? What's Whitey up to? How are Karen and Andy and Lily?
And of course I think we'd all love to see Lucas and Peyton and their baby back for at least a scene or two :)

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