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One Tree Hill: The Complete Second Season (Repackage)(DVD)
Aside from their love for hoops, Lucas and Nathan seemed to have little in common. But the two young men are bound by the fact that they share the same father. As Nathan is increasingly brought into the world Lucas knew before he joined the high school team, the two boys begin acting like brothers, not enemies, for the first time. Years in the making, a deep and bitter conflict had slowly unfolded as the two boys struggled to come to terms with a father who chose to live vicariously through one son while ignoring the existence of the other. Now, Nathan and Lucas have formed a unique bond based on mutual resentment of their father. Meanwhile, the girls of Tree Hill explore their own interests beyond romantic entanglements.]]>
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
- Aspect Ratio : 1.77:1
- MPAA rating : s_medNotRated NR (Not Rated)
- Product Dimensions : 7.5 x 5.3 x 1 inches; 10.4 Ounces
- Item model number : 8.83929E+11
- Media Format : Multiple Formats, Box set, Color, Widescreen, Subtitled, NTSC
- Run time : 15 hours and 44 minutes
- Release date : June 16, 2009
- Actors : Chad Michael Murray, James Lafferty, Hilarie Burton, Bethany Joy Galeotti, Paul Johansson
- Subtitles: : Spanish, French, English
- Producers : Mark B. Perry, Mark Schwahn, Mike Tollin, Brian Robbins, Joe Davola
- Language : Unqualified
- Studio : WarnerBrothers
- ASIN : B002BAW6HW
- Writers : Mark Schwahn
- Number of discs : 6
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Customers should not have to buy additional items to stream movies and shows purchased on Amazon. It is a financial burden for me to have to purchase a fire stick made by Amazon even though I have a Chromecast that works great. I think it is outrageous to force customers to buy your product because you can, if they want to be able to stream. I am very dissatisfied with the purchase of my very favorite tv series because i am limited to watching it on my ipad. All because I purchased through Amazon. I bought 2 seasons from VUDU and that app gives me no trouble streaming to Chromecast. However the price per season was cheaper on Amazon. Who wants to watch shows on a small iPad when I have a very nice tv. I feel that if customers are purchasing through Amazon then Amazon shouldn’t make life so difficult! Not everyone wants an Amazon Fire stick. I certainly DO NOT want Alexia or and voice control feature in my home. There again Amazon is forcing customers a feature they may not want because you can’t just get a Fire Stick with a regular remote. My Chromecast functions just fine and it would be great if Amazon would stop trying to control customers and allow content to be streamed on any device!! Im spending my hard earned money to Amazon then I should be able to watch the shows/ movies on any device I want, including streaming through Chromecast!!!!
Season 2 was decent, they introduce some interesting characters.
DVDs: All discs work great, the menus are straight forward & easy to use.
If you’re a One Tree Hill fan, this is a good one to add to your collection.
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The box set contains all 23 episodes of the second season; the last two being a double episode (so it looks like there are only 22 in the booklet). As with season one there are plenty of extras while loads of additional scenes, commentaries on three episodes and some featurettes; including one on the music which is brought more to the fore in this season.
If anything this is better than season one, so if you enjoyed that this is a must have.