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One Tree Hill 9 Seasons 2011

Season 8
4.6 out of 5 stars (157) IMDb 7.7/10

As One Tree Hill continues to grow and break new ground, the show enters its eighth season with more than 150 episodes under its belt. And the best is yet to come. This season finds Brooke Davis happier than ever. Recently engaged to Julian Baker...

Starring:
James Lafferty, Bethany Joy Lenz
Original air date:
May 17, 2011

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1. Asleep at Heaven's Gate

In the eighth season premiere, as the gang returns from Utah, Brooke and Julian are engaged, Haley is pregnant, and Clay and Quinn's lives hang in the balance.

CC TV-NR September 13, 2010 43 minutes
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2. I Can't See You, But I Know You're There

Clay and Quinn discover they've been shot. As they fight to live, Nathan and Haley struggle with the situation. Julian tries to keep Jamie busy, and Brooke's legal troubles grow.

CC TV-NR September 20, 2010 43 minutes
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3. The Space In Between

Nathan makes a huge decision regarding his career. Brooke and Julian take Jamie for the day, while Victoria (DAPHNE ZUNIGA) and Millicent hatch a plan.

CC TV-NR September 27, 2010 42 minutes
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4. We All Fall Down

Brooke deals with her mounting financial troubles. Meanwhile, Julian begins a new film project, while Alex and Chase (STEPHEN COLLETTI) spend the afternoon together.

CC TV-NR October 4, 2010 42 minutes
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5. Nobody Taught Us to Quit

As Clay is discharged from the hospital, Nathan contemplates walking away from the NBA. Meanwhile, Chase (recurring guest star STEPHEN COLETTI) discovers a secret about Alex.

CC TV-NR October 11, 2010 42 minutes
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6. Not Afraid

As Halloween approaches, Brooke and Julian get an unexpected visitor. Clay and Quinn struggle at the beach house, and Haley and Mia (KATE VOEGELE) host an open mic night.

CC TV-NR October 18, 2010 41 minutes
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7. Luck Be a Lady

As the wedding nears, Brooke tries to connect with Sylvia (SHARON LAWRENCE), and Julian looks for his best man at a guys' poker night. Nathan struggles in his new job.

CC TV-NR November 1, 2010 42 minutes
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8. Mouth Full of Diamonds

Nathan's career as an agent takes a big step forward. TONY GONZALEZ of the Atlanta Falcons cameos. Chase (STEPHEN COLLETTI) makes a decision regarding Alex and Mia (KATE VOEGELE).

CC TV-NR November 8, 2010 43 minutes
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9. Between Raising Hell and Amazing Grace

The gang gathers for Thanksgiving with friends and family.

CC TV-NR November 15, 2010 42 minutes
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10. Lists, Plans

Haley sets up a concert at Tric featuring recording artist KID CUDI. Meanwhile, Quinn sneaks out of town to visit a familiar face, and Brooke and Julian go skydiving.

CC TV-NR November 29, 2010 42 minutes
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11. Darkness On The Edge Of Town

A storm hits Tree Hill, putting everyone's life in danger.

CC TV-NR December 6, 2010 42 minutes
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12. The Drinks We Drank Last Night

After a wild night out on the town for her bachelorette party, Brooke and the girls try to piece together the night before. Musician DAVE NAVARRO guest stars as himself.

CC TV-NR January 24, 2011 42 minutes
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13. The Other Half of Me

Brooke and Julian's wedding day arrives.

CC TV-NR January 31, 2011 43 minutes
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14. Holding Our for a Hero

Julian takes on a directing job to help a friend, and Chase (STEPHEN COLLETTI) mentors Chuck (MICHAEL MAY). QUINTON AARON (The Blind Side) guest stars.

CC TV-NR February 7, 2011 42 minutes
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15. Valentine's Day is Over

The couples of Tree Hill celebrate Valentine's Day.

CC TV-NR February 14, 2011 42 minutes
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16. I Think I'm Gonna Like It Here

The girls plan a surprise baby shower for Haley, and Brooke and Julian pursue adoption. LEVEN RAMBIN (Grey's Anatomy) guest stars as Chloe.

CC TV-NR February 21, 2011 43 minutes
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17. The Smoker You Drink, The Player You Get

Haley's due date approaches and Brooke and Julian also prepare to begin a family. Meanwhile Chuck (MICHAEL MAY) turns to Chase (STEPHEN COLLETTI) for help with a problem.

CC TV-NR February 28, 2011 43 minutes
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18. Quiet Little Voices

The gang gathers at the hospital to await the birth of Haley and Nathan's new baby. While they wait, they reminisce about the memories they have shared over the years.

CC TV-NR April 18, 2011 42 minutes
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19. Where Not To Look For Freedom

Quinn organizes a concert at Tric and Brooke gets an offer to return to Clothes over Bros. Meanwhile, Nathan sets his sights on exposing Professor Kellerman (PETER RIEGERT).

CC TV-NR April 25, 2011 43 minutes
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20. The Man Who Sailed Around His Soul

As Nathan, Julian and Clay coach Jamie's first Little League game, the accident situation comes to a head. Chase (STEPHEN COLLETTI) asks Alex to take a drug test for him.

CC TV-NR May 2, 2011 43 minutes
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21. Flightless Bird, American Mouth

Nathan, Jamie, Clay, Julian, Chase (STEPHEN COLLETTI) and Chuck (MICHAEL MAY) camp out on the river court, as Brooke, Quinn, Alex and Lauren (ALLISON MUNN) head to Puerto Rico.

CC TV-NR May 9, 2011 42 minutes
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22. This Is My House, This Is My Home

In the eighth season finale, as Brooke and Haley prepare to re-open Karen's Café, Nathan and Clay hit the road looking for new prospective clients.

CC TV-NR May 16, 2011 43 minutes
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I don't agree that the show has gone into a "just sex" mode - there was definitely a lot more when the main characters were in high school. I agree that Haley & Nathen are so fantastic together, but I like to see Nathen fully grown up & going to college. They will always be a totally solid couple. I DO miss the other characters & wish we could see more (or any) of them! Karen! But I guess when an actor wants to leave there is not much the show can do about it. I am glad that through all the heartbreak, Brooke finally found her joy & don't begrudge her her "time in the sun". I love to see stories with Jamie too - it sets the scene for the "next generation" - I would like to fast forward & see him playing a Raven's sport. That last scene with him dribbling the basketball over the bridge was so reminiscent of his uncle that I wanted to cry - it was perfect. I'd like to see him in high school dating Madison while his Mom run's Karen's. I do miss Lucas & Peyton, but I don't think (from what I hear & I could be wrong) that CMM is a very nice guy. I do think season #8 was their last season, but I'll watch as long as they're on.
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Season GrEight of OTH is filled with bittersweet moments and feel good episodes for the most part and contains the single greatest midseason finale of the show's entire run.
Throughout the season it becomes very obvious that Mark Schwahn [the show's creator and mastermind] intended this to be a perfectly sweet and emotional goodbye, a season for the fans. Haley and Nathan have another baby while B. Davis finally gets her fairy tale wedding and her biggest wish of all fulfilled. And while many scenes are way corny (maybe more than ever), season 8 is still one of the best ones. Whether B. Davis and rest of the gang put their fight face on on Thanksgiving, the girls dress up as superheroes to tell off some stuck up bullies or experience a morning after "The Hangover" style, it never gets boring in good ol' Tree Hill.
Now, with another (shorter) 9th and final season (for real, this time...), Schwahn set out to make this one for himself, with wild story lines and the return of familiar faces (cue CMM minus Hilarie Burton, amongst others). And while OTH fans have been faced with the possibility of a series finale year after year since about season 4, it still is a little heavy on the heart to say "fare thee well" to these beloved characters. So prepare your goodbyes and tune in when the show kicks off its final 13 episodes, January 11 on The CW.
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Though we are still in season 8's episodes I would say it has the ability to be great.
While the story lacks in some areas, the overall arc of the series is making an effort to get across certain messages.
While it is uncertain what those messages are at this time, the ultimate goal I believe is to wrap up the series, and allow the characters to have their happy endings.
I personally love happy endings, and love happy characters in general, BUT this writing has made me question that. It seems to be cutting short issues it could be addressing.

It seems to make me want drama, and more excitement in the series again. It is lacking the qualities we love about the show. So while I love the series and this season, I am thinking it could be better. Time will tell whether that is right or not.

------UPDATE-------

As of 8.11's episode of OTH, the series has captured many fans again with the establishment of more drama.
Furthermore the series regained it's original fans that were lost by the exit of Lucas and Peyton. Many fans are continuing watching the series for
Brooke & Julian. So while I don't retract my review, I will say that s8 is getting much better.
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By Ashley on November 10, 2011
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One tree hill is an amazing show I came in season 4 but I have enjoyed every episode of oth that I have seen . I have watched season 1-3 DVD and I was hooked all over again . I total reccomed the 8th season if you a loyal oth fan like me .
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Love One Tree Hill! Waiting for the next season. Sad Payton and Lucas weren't part of it. Hopefully next season we can see their baby.
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I have been through every step of every show for eight seasons of One Tree Hill. I have seen people come and go in this show, all doing great jobs. If this does happen to be the show finale, it was done with great care. The full circle for everyone was superb. I hate to see it end, but they have run the course with greatness. Mark Schwann created a masterpiece.
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Review: even though there are hundreds of television shows that triggers the audience every hour and minute One Tree Hill is an outstanding show, because there are steady characters, fantastic actors and the whole family can watch and enjoy the unraveling and upbeat moments of a superior production.

One Tree Hill has numerous age groups throughout the series. The show airs six days a week. On weekdays it's on from 1:00p.m. to 3:00p.m. and starts at 7:00a.m on Saturdays, which is shown on soapnet. Characters are Bethany Joy Lenz as Haley James Scott, Sophia Bush as Brook Davis, James Lafferty as Nathan Scott, and many more.

I never watched soapnet, but one day I was scrolling through channels and caught a glimpse of One Tree Hill during "Breakfast in bed" and become instantly hooked. In 2009, I became addicted and have been watching every episode since.

The actors are phenomenal and continue to surprise me with qualities their characters show that you've never seen before. By watching the hard workers during their performance, nothing but talent shines through the screen.

Not only are they great characters, there is never a replacement character. Throughout nine complete seasons there are consistent actors. If there is ever a time were the characters quite or leave there are brand new names that have separate personality and features.

If you currently have children and you're flipping through channels and want to watch a show that the entire family can enjoy. One Tree Hill is the one. The ratings are PG-13, there is a minimum of sexual activity and vaguer language. It's filled with dram and violence without the access fat.

Being so obsessed is not likely for me, but this is a television show that I will miss dearly.
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