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'One Tree Hill': Ending on a High Note

After a year of highs and lows on One Tree Hill , tonight's finale was definitely one of the season's better episodes, as it wrapped the season up nicely, giving an insight into the futures of all the characters. The series finale-esque style made sense because word of The CW's decision to renew OTH came only hours before the episode aired. Nevertheless, it is official. Tree Hill and its residents will grace our television screens for at least 13 more episodes. Above all, the finale, which spanned a one year time frame, focused around the characters' relationships, leaving most of the drama behind to give the show a clear ending in case of cancellation. Read More... //www.buddytv.com/articles/one-tree-hill/one-tree-hill-fan-columnist-en-40350.aspx

'One Tree Hill' finale: Everything's better and everything's safe

Are you crying? We're crying.Tuesday's Season 8 finale of "One Tree Hill" was not the series finale -- just hours before airtime, The CW officially picked up a 13-episode Season 9. That said, it could have easily served as a satisfying end to the series. Though Mark Schwahn shot several cliffhangers to end the season on in case Season 9 got the green light, he ultimately decided to end with some closure.The season ender spanned a year - so much time that Brooke Davis (Sophia Bush) went from having just learned of her pregnancy to giving birth to twin boys, Davis and Jude. With Davis, Brooke and Julian (Austin Nichols) stuck with the Tree Hill trend of naming their kids after their mothers' maiden names, while Jude's name came from "Hey Jude," which John Lennon wrote for his son, Julian.She was also enjoying the successful reopening of Karen's Cafe, which she and Haley (Bethany Joy... //blog.zap2it.com/frominsidethebox/2011/05/one-tree-hill-finale-everythings-better-and-everythings-safe.html

One Tree Hill Review: Air Force Done

There have been many times over the course of One Tree Hill 's eight seasons when they have unnecessarily made every second on screen seem not only important, but epic in nature.  "This Is My House, This Is My Home" certainly straddled that line, but was effective for two reasons. First of all, unlike some episodes that came before it, much of what happened in this season finale was very important.  And secondly, when this was being created it could have been their series finale.  The constant dramatic music combined with powerful stories was a necessity for the last ever episode of One Tree Hill . Read More... //www.tvfanatic.com/2011/05/one-tree-hill-review-air-force-done/