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One Tree Hill Episode Recap: "We All Fall Down" Season 8, Episode 4

Sacrifices were made on this week's One Tree Hill, as Nathan let go of basketball and Brooke gave up her company. Julian takes Brooke on a drive to the Biltmore Estate where he suggests the gorgeous location for their wedding. But with her mom in jail and the company suffering financially, Brooke wonders if it's selfish to have an extravagant wedding. "I want to remember it like this - perfect -- you of all people deserve it," Julian tells her. But later, when Brooke is in her store, an investor shows up to show her a picture of his daughter. He explains that she just got accepted into college and that he saved his whole life to make sure she could go. "You're the reason I have to tell her tonight she won't be going after all. I invested a hell of a lot of money in you, Miss Davis, and my money is gone because you lied to us. And you should be ashamed of yourself," he says. Brooke is devastated. 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 . If You Missed This Episode Watch It Here Online Now

ONE TREE HILL ''The Space in Between'' Review Season 8, Episode 3

As one could tell from the title of this week's episode of ONE TREE HILL, we are still dealing with the storyline of Quinn and Clay. A week has passed in Tree Hill and Quinn is recovering nicely. She is awake and growing stronger, but not yet able to leave her bed to see Clay. Clay is still hanging in there, but just barely. He needs a kidney transplant immediately or he won't make it. Meanwhile ghost Clay has been hanging around the hospital too, waiting to see what happens next. He is joined in this in between state by another ghost, Will, who kind of shows him the ropes. Most of their time is spent following Nathan and Haley around as Nathan contemplates donating one of his kidneys so that Clay will live. This, for some reason, means that Nathan would never play basketball again. I could almost hear commenter, Carly, from the last review screaming NO, we worked so hard to get you here. That sentiment is voiced by ghost Clay although no one can hear him. However, Nathan finally reveals to Haley that the mysterious test we saw in the first episode showed that his back is getting worse. He has a degenerative condition in his back and it is truly unknown how long he would be able to play basketball anyway. After talking it over with Jamie, Nathan decides donation is best for everyone. Too bad he is not a donor match. To Read More  Click Here .

One Tree Hill Episode Recap: ''The Space in Between'' Season 8, Episode 3

This week's episode is titled "The Space in Between" and that's the exact definition of Clay's existence. With Quinn now alive and recovering, Clay is left in a coma where his fate is soon decided. Brooke's mom Victoria apologizes for getting the company in trouble, but tells Brooke that an agreement has been reached. With a fine and a slap on the wrist, Clothes Over Bros will be back up and running. But Victoria is really hiding the fact that the agreement is actually jail-time which she's taking so that Brooke doesn't have to. At the hospital, Quinn is getting better, but Clay still hasn't woken up. In his in-between world as he's wandering the hospital, he soon finds out that someone can hear him. He meets a young man (Edwin Hodge) who's also between life and death. Clay is now on a respirator and needs a kidney transplant. Nathan immediately decides he wants to offer his, even though it means his basketball career is over. He tells Haley that his back is in fact degenerating and with only a few years left in him, he rather quit early to save Clay's life. But unfortunately he's not a match and with time running out, Clay's health is declining. To Read More Click Here . If You Missed This Episode Watch It Here Online Now

ONE TREE HILL ''The Space in Between'' Review Season 8, Episode 3

As one could tell from the title of this week's episode of ONE TREE HILL, we are still dealing with the storyline of Quinn and Clay. A week has passed in Tree Hill and Quinn is recovering nicely. She is awake and growing stronger, but not yet able to leave her bed to see Clay. Clay is still hanging in there, but just barely. He needs a kidney transplant immediately or he won't make it. Meanwhile ghost Clay has been hanging around the hospital too, waiting to see what happens next. He is joined in this in between state by another ghost, Will, who kind of shows him the ropes. Most of their time is spent following Nathan and Haley around as Nathan contemplates donating one of his kidneys so that Clay will live. This, for some reason, means that Nathan would never play basketball again. I could almost hear commenter, Carly, from the last review screaming NO, we worked so hard to get you here. That sentiment is voiced by ghost Clay although no one can hear him. However, Nathan finally reveals to Haley that the mysterious test we saw in the first episode showed that his back is getting worse. He has a degenerative condition in his back and it is truly unknown how long he would be able to play basketball anyway. After talking it over with Jamie, Nathan decides donation is best for everyone. Too bad he is not a donor match. To Read More Click Here . If You Missed This Episode Watch It Here Online Now

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. To Read More  Click Here .

One Tree Hill Episode Recap: "I Can't See You, But I Know You're There"

"The truth is when it gets really quiet when the silence gets too loud and I really start to miss everyone, I tell myself the same thing: I can't see you, but I know you're there." Haley begins this week's episode of One Tree Hill by writing the above in a letter to Lucas. It applies to her missing Lucas, Peyton, Keith, Karen, her mom and others, and becomes the episode's theme. Hayley goes looking for her sister at Clay's, and instead of leaving when nobody answers the door, she makes her way in and finds Quinn and Clay on the floor lifeless. Despite bleeding out for 12 hours, they're still hanging on and rushed to the hospital. Although they're alive, they're unconscious. Since Haley is in the waiting room, she sends her friends to pick up Jamie. When he refuses to leave with Mia or Chase, Julian shows up to spend the day with him. The two bond until Jamie picks up on the fact that something must be wrong with Quinn because it was her day to pick him up. Nathan shows up at the hospital and talks to Clay while he's in the coma. "You're the warrior," he whispers, "I'm so much better because of you." He tells him he loves him and Clay, who is watching over, says, "I love you too, Nate." In the next room, Haley talks to Quinn. She tells her she's pregnant and that she wants her to be the godmother. "It's meant everything to have you near me this past year ... Come home soon, Quinny. If you see mom, tell her to send you right back here to me," she says. Ghost Clay then pleads with Quinn: "You have to leave me now." To Read More Click Here . If You Missed This Episode Watch It Here Online Now

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. To Read More Click Here . If You Missed This Episode Watch It Here Online Now

'One Tree Hill' Season 8 Premiere Recap: Life is a Nightmare

It turns out happy endings don't last very long on One Tree Hill. While season 7 ended with Haley's pregnancy and Brooke's engagement, season 8 kicks off with a dream that turns into a nightmare. At first Clay wakes up and realizes that getting shot by Psycho Katie was a dream. He and Quinn then spend a perfect day on the beach. But given Clay's history of delusions (talking to his dead wife for most of last season) and the fact that no one else is on the beach, it was fairly obvious where this was going. Thinking it was a dream was the dream, because Clay and Quinn are still shot, lying bloody in his apartment. I wonder how long you can survive after being shot, because it's been at least a day, and even at the end of the episode they aren't found. But Clay isn't the only one whose dream becomes a nightmare. There's a bad case of awful news sweeping Tree Hill. To Read More  Click Here .

One Tree Hill Episode Recap: "Asleep at Heaven's Gate" Season 8, Episode 1

Welcome to One Tree Hill Season 8. As creator Mark Schwahn promised, the episode opened with Haley writing, "Dear Lucas," as she explained how Jamie misses him, the river court misses him -- she misses him. Then we flash to the final moments of last season's finale. Brooke and Julian are blissfully happy, Haley tells Nathan she's pregnant and Quinn and Clay are shot down by Clay's crazy stalker Katie. Only this time, there's a different version of the ending, where Clay was dreaming and he and Quinn are just fine. As Nathan prepares to leave for training camp, he and Haley break the exciting news to their son that they have another baby on the way. This leads to the birds-and-bees talk. Except Nathan's version involves comparing a basketball hoop to a uterus and Haley's is about their rabbit Chester falling in love. Both leave Jamie more confused than ever, so he resorts to Google. One search of "lady rabbit sex" and he's scarred for life. At Tric, Mia surprises Chase, but then is shocked right back when Alex shows up and says, "Morning, boyfriend." When Mia leaves, Alex and Chase discuss their current situation now that the ex is back. "I know I like you, Alex," he assures her. But she must be somewhat insecure because she goes to Red Bedroom Records to tell Mia, "I hope there's no hard feelings." When Mia quips, "It's what you do, right, break up couples?" Alex fires back, "By the way, I plan to make him happier than you ever did." To Read More Click Here . If You Missed This Episode Watch It Here Online Now