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'One Tree Hill' Recap: Babies and Justice for All

One Tree Hill  is great at blending weird comedy, dark drama and emotional revelations. The latest episode, set around Jamie Scott's first Little League game, had all of that.  The Comedy: Quinn the Oompa Loompa Ever since Quinn got shot, recovered and fought back against Psycho Katie in the first half of season 8, she's been stuck in cute, light-hearted scenes with Clay. After spending most of last week's episode singing "Eye of the Tiger" poorly, Quinn got a horribly orange spray tan this week before heading to Puerto Rico. I'm actually happy that she's getting a chance to have fun, silly storylines after the hellish year she had. The Drama: Justice for Ian Kellerman In the most cathartic scene of the night, Julian, Clay and Nathan served up justice, Tree Hill-style, on Ian Kellerman for being responsible for the accident and letting his dad take the fall. They brought him to the bridge where Brooke and Jamie almost died, and Ian's lack of interest first prompted Clay to tackle him off the bridge into the water. Then Julian drowned Ian a little bit (which reminded me a lot of when Dan "baptized" Clay in the ocean) and Nathan got to punch him. It may not actually make everything better, but it felt damn good, just like killing Osama bin Laden. Read More... //www.buddytv.com/articles/one-tree-hill/one-tree-hill-recap-babies-and-40183.aspx

One Tree Hill Review: Jamie At The Bat

Much of the material near the end of "The Man Who Sailed Around His Soul" left a really pleasant taste in my mouth, and it wasn't only because I was drinking Phidian's during most of the episode. Any story that deals with Chase is going to work like gang busters, but add the switching of a urine test and a pregnancy switcheroo, and you pretty much nail it.  The relationship between Chase and Chuck has been one of my favorites as of late, so seeing Chuckles disappointed after Chase failed to show up for the baseball game was originally tough to swallow.  When the older brother showed up though, it made the reunion that much more rewarding. Read More... //www.tvfanatic.com/2011/05/one-tree-hill-review-the-man-who-sailed-around-his-soul/