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  • Actors: Chad Michael Murray, James Lafferty, Hilarie Burton, Bethany Joy Lenz, Sophia Bush
  • Directors: Babu Subramaniam 'T.R.', Bethany Rooney, Billy Dickson, David Paymer, Gregory Prange
  • Format: Box set, Closed-captioned, Color, Dolby, Subtitled, Widescreen, NTSC
  • Language: English (Dolby Digital 2.0 Surround)
  • Subtitles: English, Spanish, French
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.78:1
  • Number of discs: 6
  • Rated: Unrated
  • Studio: Warner Home Video
  • DVD Release Date: September 13, 2005
  • Run Time: 993 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (138 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B0009W5IN8
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #46,242 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
  • Learn more about "One Tree Hill: Season 2" on IMDb

Special Features

  • 23 episodes on six discs
  • Commentary by series creator Mark Schwann on Don't Take Me for Granted
  • Commentary by Mark Schwann and costar Bryan Greenberg on Unopened Letter to the World
  • Commentary by director-actor Paul Johansoon on Something I Can Never Have
  • Unaired scenes
  • The Music of One Tree Hill, including a backstage glimpse of the concert tour
  • Diaries from the Set: Charity Football Match, Get on the Bus
  • Change Is Good: season 2's new characters
  • Limited-edition bonus DVD featuring an episode from season 1 of What I Like About You

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Synopsis:  What a difference 12 months make. In high school sophomore year, half-brothers Nathan and Lucas Scott were bitter rivals on and off the basketball court. In junior year, they bond as brothers. But there's drama, trauma, devotion, betrayal, twists and turns to come.

This DVD set containing all 22 Season Two Episodes plus Insightful E

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One Tree Hill: The Complete Second Season finds life in an uproar for virtually every major and minor character in the WB series set in One Tree, North Carolina. Basketball sensation Lucas Scott (Chad Michael Murray), illegitimate son of One Tree Hill's resident J.R.-like figure, car dealer, and all-around monster Dan Scott (Paul Johansson), has left town with his Uncle Keith (Craig Sheffer) to start a new life. (Keith himself has split One Tree to nurse a broken heart after his marriage proposal to Lucas's mom, Karen, played by Moira Kelly, was rejected.) It's not long, however, before Lucas has second thoughts, prompted in part by Dan's recent heart attack and the mess he (Lucas) left behind with two girls, Peyton (Hilarie Burton) and Brooke (Sophia Bush). Meanwhile, Lucas's half-brother, Nathan (James Lafferty), has married the former's lifelong best friend, Haley (Bethany Joy Lenz), a union approved by the bride's parents but not by Nathan's mother, Deb (Barbara Alyn Woods). (It should be mentioned that Nathan and Haley, as with nearly every other young person on this show, are not yet high school seniors. They only look much older.)

All that's just the first couple of episodes of season 2. In the remaining 21, Dan temporarily fools everyone into believing he's a changed man following his cardiac crisis. In fact, he's worse than ever, trying to wreck Nathan and Haley's marriage, attempting to buy Lucas's loyalties, driving Deb into a drug-addicted stupor, pulling the rug out from beneath Keith (who took over Dan's dealership during the latter's illness), and waging a war, of sorts, with basketball coach Whitey (Barry Corbin) for influence over Nathan's destiny. While all this is going on, Haley leaves Nathan to join a music group, Peyton finds success running an all-ages night at a new club opened by Karen, Lucas finds evidence that Dan is cheating the IRS, Brooke's once-wealthy parents go broke, and actress Sheryl Lee (Twin Peaks) turns up toward season's end playing a mysterious visitor with a surprising connection to a major character's past. Whew. If One Tree Hill's first season succeeded in part because series creator Mark Schwahn kept, for a while, a tight focus on the early, rocky relationship between Nathan and Lucas, the second season works as a frenetic, ensemble drama with elements of camp and absurdity. The above-mentioned reference to Dallas villain J.R. Ewing proves apt in more ways than one. The final episode of One Tree Hill's sophomore season ends with its own, not-so-subtle variation on the classic who-shot-J.R. cliffhanger, leaving open to debate which of many possible One Tree candidates might have committed a foul (if understandable) bit of vengeance against a certain bad dude one loves to hate. --Tom Keogh

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If you liked the first season, you'll love the second.
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52 of 53 people found the following review helpful By B. Knox on June 8, 2005
Format: DVD
The second season of One Tree Hill was fantastic. Although not up to par with the first season quality wise, the second season is still ten times better than the other shows on television today. The season starts off a tad bit on the slow side, but no need to worry, because things get heated up real fast.

Nathan (James Lafferty) and Haley (Bethany Joy Lenz) announced in the season one finale that they got married, so now, the second season has them starting to deal with their marriage. Things don't exactly go as smoothly as they had planned. There are temptations along the line, as well as their dreams for the future which start to bring them apart from one another. Haley starts a musical career with Chris Keller (Tyler Hilton), a new guy in Tree Hill, and eventually, she leaves Tree Hill and Nathan to go on a concert tour across the US, leaving Nathan devistated.

The love triangle drama from last season between Lucas (Chad Michael Murray), Peyton (Hilarie Burton), and Brooke (Sophia Bush) has been solved, and all three are friends with one another. Brooke finds herself attracted to her new neighbor, Felix (Michael Copon), as the two eventually hook up. Felix's younger sister, Anna (Daniella Alonso) finds herself attracted to Lucas, but she has some secrets of her own to hide. Felix brings much of the drama to Tree Hill between the teens in the second season, by intimidating most people, and of course, the classic 'Dare Night' he arranges.

Peyton finds herself lonely, because last season, she felt herself romantically attracted to Jake (Bryan Greenberg), but problems with custody of his 6 month old daughter, Jenny, caused him to leave Tree Hill.
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11 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Johnny Boy on June 13, 2005
Format: DVD
This season ROCKS. The group throws a wedding for Haley and Nathan. We are introduced to 2 new characters: Anna and Felix. Haley leaves Nathan to go on tour with the Wreckers. The music is AWESOME. "Unopened Letters to the World" was a great episode, and gave some new insight to what the individuals of the group are feeling. Brooke gets voted student-body president. Nathan crashes in a race car, and has to get surgery. "Lifetime Piling Up" was done real well. I'm glad they showed us what life would have been like, or what Nathan thinks it would have been like, if Dan had chosen Karen over Deb. The season finale was shocking! Dan in a fire, Peyton found her mother, and Haley is back? Overall, this season is a MUST for any OTH fan.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Steve H TOP 1000 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on October 6, 2005
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The second season of One Tree Hill picks up where all the drama, comedy, and romance of season one left off.

Does Dan survive? Are Nathan and Haley truly married? What will Tree Hill be like, since Keith and Lucas decided to leave? All these questions are answered, and the season then sets up and will have you asking a couple dozen more questions along the way.

Dramatic television series do have the tendency to fall off after the original season, but that was not the case, with season two of One Tree Hill. The twists, turns, and drama remains. Some of Tree Hill's residents have dramatically changed since the beginning of season one, while others have not. Can you tell which ones have changed and which ones are pretending?

There is something about One Tree Hill that is unlike anything else on television. In fact, there are several things unlike the rest of dramatic television today. The greatest shame is that a work of this high quality, with so many talented people on camera and off does not receive even greater recognition. One of the fantastic things about One Tree Hill is its dependence on music, to help tell the story. This is emphasized even further in season two, tying music further into the story-line. Finally, the performance in One Tree Hill are simply fantastic. You'll be hard-pressed to find overall work this great anywhere else on television.

Tree Hill sees several new residents during season two, and they make an impact on several lifelong residents. Impacts that might change people forever. If there is anything you should be warned about is that the questions you will have after watching season two will have you eager more than ever, for season three.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Carol on July 24, 2005
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One Tree Hill is by far the best show on t.v. right now. It's a captivating, witty drama geared for teens but watched by all ages. Peyton is a artist brooding over the boy she loved, Jake, who had to flee town when his baby's daughter came to seek custody of her child. Peyton's best friend, Brooke, is your typical head cheerleader - rich, popular, and beautiful. Brooke, however, soons discovers that her seemlingly never-ending source of spending money has run out when her father's business went under. Brooke has cope with a life without luxuries and discovers her true self along the way. Haley dreams of being a musician, and her husband, Nathan, is nothing but supportive. He spends the little money they have on items to help her get a music career started. When an arrogant musician comes to town and tries to persuade Haley to go on tour with him, Nathan and Haley's marriage is thrown into turmoil. Lucas finds himself dating the new girl at school, Anna, who happens to be the sister of Felix, a boy who has his eyes on Brooke. When Lucas realizes he's dating Anna to try to supress his feelings for another girl, he has to decide what to do and when to do it. This show is very well written, and the plotlines are highly intriguing.

In addition to having the show on DVD, the special features that will be offered appear to be just as fantastic as the show itself. Mark Schwahn, the creator and writer of One Tree Hill, recently announced some of the special features for the season two dvd which include commentaries by Paul Johannson, Bryan Greenburg, and Mark Schwahn; a feature on the show's music including footage from the One Tree Hill tour; interviews with the guest stars on the show including Tyler Hilton and Lindsay McKeon, and quite a bit more.

I'd definitely recommend this dvd set to anyone; you won't regret it.
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