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ONE TREE HILL “Lists, Plans” Review

Nathan heads back to school, Brooke tries to plan a wedding that is not backyard trashy and Quinn consults a muderer on how to murder. Welcome to this week’s episode of One Tree Hill. Let’s start with the murder plot. Absolutely ridiculous. First, didn’t Dan kill Keith in the school and on a spur of the moment? How would he know how to orchestrate a murder and cover it up? Also, how overly dramatic was that music for every scene he and Quinn were in? It drove me crazy. Other ridiculousness included how many times they said murder (which made me say it like MERRRRDERRRR in my head), the fact that they actually made a list of things to buy with the heading "Murder" on it, and some of their diaglogue. "What can I help you with?" "Murder." Okay. I did like Dan telling Quinn that she looked familiar and wondering if they slept together. Thankfully, Quinn has decided not to kill crazy shooter girl, but now the girl is headed back to Tree Hill to cause more trouble. The cheesiest moment in this entire episode was the very last shot of her looking at the camera. Maybe Dan could come in as a hitman and kill the woman. While he is there, he can also take care of Mia and Chase. I will offer to chip in the extra bucks. To Read More Click Here.

ONE TREE HILL “Between Raising Hell and Amazing Grace” Review

It is Thanksgiving time in Tree Hill. That means turkey and dysfunction, just like any other family. Although this episode of One Tree Hill also seemed more like filler, it was welcome filler to me. I love nothing more than when everyone gets together and acts like a family, as dysfunctional as it may be. Brooke tries to impress Julian and Sylvia with some domestic skills that just evade her. I am not much of a cook, but I think even I would know to peel apples for an apple crisp. By the way that Sylvia seems to drink every day away, I am not sure how many traditional Thanksgiving dinners Julian has had anyway. Skills and Mouth decide to also do a traditional Thanksgiving with Millie as a guest. However, their plans also go awry when another guest arrives – a live turkey. I wonder how long they will have that as a pet. To Read More Click Here.

'One Tree Hill': Asking the Tough Questions

This week's  One Tree Hil l revolved around the characters' answers to questions for Julian's documentary. While the episode was well-written and nicely done, it still felt like the calm before (a hopefully magnificent) storm that  OTH  has been known to pour on its fans. Jamie FINALLY, Jamie is back in our lives. That boy has been gone for what seems like forever and he's brought back with him a metal foe: braces. Julian spent most of his on-air time with Jamie figuring out how to make him smile. Jamie is extremely embarrassed and doesn't want to show his teeth to anyone. Haley, in attempts to get Jamie to accept his braces, threatens to wear an eye patch, tooth disguise, and funky glasses in public if Jamie continues to pout, an embarrassment no child wants to endure. To Read More Click Here.

ONE TREE HILL “Mouthful of Diamonds” Review

Did this week’s episode of One Tree Hill feel like filler? And not very good filler at that. I think it is rather lame when a major storyline involves an 8 year old child getting braces. I was never much of a fan of the growing screen time that Jamie seemed to get. While his interaction with Haley or Nathan as a family was fine, after all, it showed how much they have grown and their new lives as parents, anything beyond that just doesn’t seem to fit. This is One Tree Hill! It is about drama, angst, love, lost love, and to see how much our high schoolers have grown. Naturally that would include children, I just don’t want the children to become a main character. Heck, even the title of this episode is about Jamie. Another thing that is starting to really bother me are the scenes with Mia and Chase. Neither one of them can really act and together they are a disaster. I would not expect Kate Voegle to be the best actress as she is really a musician. I guess I shouldn’t expect a reality star to be that good either. Since they are not and since they lack any chemistry, I wish the show would stop pushing them on us. Kate’s scenes with Erin talking about music were so much better acted than anything she has done with Stephen a/k/a Chase. The same actually is true with Chase. When he is paired with someone that has some talent like Jana Kramer or the guy that plays Mouth, he doesn’t come off so bad. Is it too much to ask to kill the Mia/Chase storyline? To Read More Click Here.

One Tree Hill Episode Recap: "Luck Be a Lady" Season 8, Episode 7

On this week's  One Tree Hill , Brooke attempts to bond with her future mother-in-law while Julian searches for his best man. But Julian isn't too much of a guy's guy, so the task proves to be harder than he thought. It's especially funny when he calls himself J-Man on the phone to Clay, and Clay has no idea it's him. Brooke and Sylvia head to a wedding expo, where their difference in taste becomes more apparent. Sparkles and a tiara are not for B. Davis. She calls on Haley to come help her out, but when Haley enjoys all the expo has to offer way too much (the champagne fountain really is a fountain of happiness), Brooke is left to fight the wedding battle all on her own. Luckily she gets Sylvia a bit liquored up and doesn't have to commit to any vendors on the spot. Alex has a few days off from her film and returns to Tree Hill to make things right with Chase. She doesn't have much luck, so she resorts to hanging with her only friend in town, Julian. Together, they come up with a plan for Julian to bond with the guys and decide on a poker night. Nathan is sent to Atlanta to try to nab his and Clay's first official client. But when the guy starts throwing out terms that Nate isn't familiar with, he leaves with a defeatist attitude. He tells Haley that he hasn't felt that dumb since high school, and at least back then, he could beat someone up to feel better. Haley, too, is feeling bad because earlier, Erin had finally called the crisis center, but Haley admitted she knew Erin's real identity. Hales was hoping to sign her as a new singer, but Erin hangs up at the thought that she's no longer anonymous. To Read More  Click Here.

One Tree Hill Episode Recap: "Not Afraid" Season 8, Episode 6

It's Halloween in Tree Hill, and Quinn can't distinguish between her nightmares and reality. In her dreams, Clay and psycho Sarah are zombies, and Brooke goes all Lara Croft trying to save her. Although she can wake up from this nightmare, in reality she's still terrified from the shooting. Brooke answers her front door and immediately gives the woman outside of it an attitude. Unbeknownst to her, it's Julian's mom, Sylvia (guest star Sharon Lawrence). The three of them go out for lunch and although Sylvia thinks Brooke is a bit high maintenance, she says that she's there to pay for their wedding in full. Brooke is speechless and quickly realizes that if Sylvia is shelling out the dough, Brooke's vision will probably go out the window. It's a Halloween party at Tric, and Millicent shows up as  "Free B*tch Baby," aka Lady Gaga. Earlier, she had been so excited to hang with her ex Mouth, who she slept with in the last episode. But she is shot down when Mouth reminds her that it isn't serious between them. She gives him a little taste of his own medicine by picking up a burly man dressed as Spartacus with a killer six-pack. To Read More Click Here.

ONE TREE HILL ''Nobody Taught Us to Quit'' Review Season 8, Episode 5

This episode of One Tree Hill finds Nathan and Brooke struggling with their decisions to give up what they love and the One Tree Hill family coming together to help each other find whatâ??s next in their lives. This season has been particularly hard for the residents of One Tree Hill. Almost every character has lost something or had something taken away. Rather than dwell on that fact too long, however, they are dusting themselves off and moving on. This is mostly due to the support and encouragement they find from each other. To Read More  Click Here .

One Tree Hill Episode Recap: ''Nobody Taught Us to Quit'' Season 8, Episode 5

Who would've thought that Brooke and Nathan would have so much in common? On this week's episode, both had to give up the thing they love most. Julian has started his next project, a documentary about what comes next. As Brooke talks to his camera, she explains that she's giving up her entire fortune in order to pay back her company's investors who lost their money. "Why do it?" Julian asks. "It's the right thing to do," she responds. Unfortunately her mother doesn't feel the same way. Brooke visits her in jail to break the news that she's selling the company and Victoria fires back, "I leave you alone for a few days and you go back to that stupid girl who follows her heart." She follows up by telling Brooke to never visit her again. Nathan visits Clay at the hospital and finally tells him that he's decided to quit basketball. To Nate's delight, Clay, his agent, is nothing but supportive. Clay's old employers, on the other hand, try to tell Nathan he can't lose his contract. So Nate comes up with a new idea: to partner up with Clay. Nathan doesn't want Clay losing any of his clients to IAC and since Clay is currently unable to work, Nathan will hustle for him. Sounds like the perfect career move for Nathan since representing athletes is the next best thing to being one. To Read More Click Here . If You Missed This Episode Watch It Here Online Now

ONE TREE HILL ''Nobody Taught Us to Quit'' Review Season 8, Episode 5

This episode of One Tree Hill finds Nathan and Brooke struggling with their decisions to give up what they love and the One Tree Hill family coming together to help each other find what’s next in their lives. This season has been particularly hard for the residents of One Tree Hill. Almost every character has lost something or had something taken away. Rather than dwell on that fact too long, however, they are dusting themselves off and moving on. This is mostly due to the support and encouragement they find from each other. To Read More Click Here . If You Missed This Episode Watch It Here Online Now

ONE TREE HILL ''We All Fall Down'' Review Season 8, Episode 4

This week's episode centered around the characters that have fallen and about the need to dust yourself off after a fall, get back up and move on. Perhaps the biggest fall is that of Nathan. He has finally decided to give up his basketball career to stay home with his family given the state of his back problems. This decision did not come lightly and I am afraid that it won't be easily accepted despite Nathan's assurances. After all, the episode started with him on the court, playing alone, and looking very sad and regretful when he walked off the court. It does not seem that this decision will sit well with Clay either. Clay worked hard to get Nathan on that team and it doesn't appear that he is buying the whole injury angle. I definitely do not think Nathan is lying about his back, but I wonder if he is using it prematurely as an excuse to leave now. Maybe it will be better for him, if he leaves on top, he can have other opportunities such as coaching or announcing. It will be interesting to see what Nathan does next as he told Julian to let Brooke know not to be afraid of what comes next. To Read More  Click Here .