I found this week's episode of One Tree Hill to be fairly uneventful once more. Besides learning that Dan is in fact in need of a heart transplant, Lucas doesn't do much (except a little coaching and doctor visiting), Brooke continues to learn that watching after a baby is tough, Dan pleads with Nathan to spend more time with Jamie, Haley hangs around with Jamie and does some recording (what ever happened to her class?) and Peyton begins to get over Lucas (only to read his second book, which I imagine will rapidly change her mind).
-Peyton is beginning to act like the mature adult that she is supposed to be. She even went to Lindsay and made a case for the Lucas/Lindsay relationship (though that may have turned out to backfire).
-The Mouth/Millicent pairing is growing on me. I'll admit that they're pretty cute.
-Lucas providing Brooke with all of this help and moral support is awfully kind.
-Lindsay denies Lucas his video chat. Ha.
-I'm very bored with Dan these days. As Nathan keeps pointing out, seeing as he's a murderer and all, spending time with Jamie just won't be an option. Thus, every week his story is more of the same:
Dan: I want to have a relationship with Jamie. I'm different now.
Nathan: No. Well...
Dan: Pretty please? I tried to kill myself in jail.
Nathan: (reluctantly) No.
I'm hoping that Dan will die from this heart condition and that this can be the end of him. I think dying alone would be a fitting way for him to go...
-Brooke bringing the baby to the presentation? Can you say unprofessional? Why couldn't she have left her with the secretary or something (and don't start arguing that the baby was a part of the presentation; you don't need a baby to show drawings of baby clothes)?
-Haley, if you're going to throw away Jamie's card, you should at least bury it at the bottom of the garbage can instead of leaving it on the top for Jamie to find next week!
-The cardiologist looked a little bit young, didn't he?
-I don't know all that much about basketball, or sports, but I feel like this new Ravens "lets only shoot 3 pointers" strategy is ridiculous. Even professional basketball players are not particularly reliable with their 3 point shot percentages. Thus, there is no way that an entire high school basketball team is going to start successfully throwing (and making) exclusively 3 pointers. If all it required was a little bit of extra practice, I think somebody else would have utilized this strategy quite some time ago.