- 18 episodes on five discs
- Commentary on two episodes by series creator Mark Schwahn and key cast and crew
- Unaired scenes
- One Tree Hill Fast Forward
- One Tree Hill at 100
- One Tree Hill Musical Stars
- Kate Voegele music video "Only Fooling Myself" directed by Mark Schwahn
- Gag reel
One Tree Hill: Season 5
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Hello again! Four-and-a-half years after the searing and surprising events that marked their final days at Tree Hill High, old friends return to their North Carolina hometown. Some of them reached the goals they set as teens: Lucas published his novel, Brooke rocked the fashion world as an acclaimed couturière and Haley became the teacher she always yearned to be. Some didn’t: Peyton crashed and burned in L.A., and Nathan saw his promise of pro hoops glory evaporate in a single, violent moment. But once they’re back home in this involving 5-Disc, 18-Episode Season Five Set, everyone discovers so much is the same: love, friendship, challenges, triumphs, laughs, tears...and dreams. As Lucas says, it’s just the beginning.
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One Tree Hill: The Complete Fifth Season takes an unorthodox approach to advancing the popular television series by skipping over four years in the lives of the show's characters. The Scott brothers and their sundry friends from the small town of Tree Hill, North Carolina, were last seen in The Complete Fourth Season vowing to keep in touch after high-school graduation and remain the same people, even while some went off to college and others made different plans. The fifth season leaps over that transitional period, and we find everyone now in their early 20s, dealing with adult relationships, career moves, disasters, disappointments, and all the rest. For the first time in One Tree Hill, the actors actually look close to the age of their characters, and that makes for an even more sophisticated show.
Lucas Scott (Chad Michael Murray), following a well-received first novel, is facing writer's block on his second effort. But he fills his days as the new head coach of his old high-school basketball team, the Ravens, aided by his old pal, Skills (Antwon Tanner). Meanwhile, Lucas' brother, Nathan (James Lafferty), is lost in a dark hole of despair after losing his dream of signing with an NBA team. Barely able to move his legs, Nathan is almost crippled in a bar fight and spends his days and nights boozing and raging around while wife Haley (Bethany Joy Galeotti) and young son Jamie (Jackson Brundage) try to survive his emotional torrents. Lucas is no longer with Peyton (Hilarie Burton), the latter having moved to Los Angeles to become a disgruntled assistant's assistant in a music recording company. Brooke (Sophia Bush), however, has hit the jackpot in New York as the celebrity founder of a designer clothes empire that has made her wealthy yet not quite free of her domineering mother (Daphne Zuniga). Everyone ends up back in Tree Hill, looking for roots and a future that involves support from one another. Friendship matters, but it doesn't inoculate this bunch from the pain of Peyton's ongoing love for Lucas (who is romantically involved with his pretty editor), or Brooke's emptiness after briefly fostering a child who then must leave her, or Nathan's slow crawl back from misery. In true One Tree Hill fashion, the characters' collective challenges come together in a critical mass during the season finale, ending with a very unusual cliffhanger involving four cell phones. --Tom Keogh
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Some of my favorite episodes are:
-5x01 "4 Years,6 Months,2 Days"(one of my favorite episodes of the season.)
-5x02 "Racing Like A Pro"(one of my favorite episodes of the season.)
-5x03 "My Way Home Is Throught You"
-5x07 "In da Club"(one of my favorite episodes of the season.)
-5x12 "Hundred"(my favorite episode of the season.)
-5x16 "Cryin Won't Help You Now
-5x17 "Hate Is Safer Than Love
-5x18 "What come After the Blues"
All the episodes are absolutly fantasic but these really stand out. :)
My Favorite Seasons(1-the best 7-not that great):
7.Season 1-only because not that much awesome drama as the characters are still trying to develop and had some dull episodes...but hey what can you expect from a starter season.
This season is FANTASIC and is still the same OTH that we love.It came in perfect condition I mean nothing was wrong it wasn't torn,bent,or even scratched up,it came PERFECT.On a scale 1-10 I would give OTH Season 5 a 9.5 I absolutly love it. And as you can see my top 5 favorite seasons of OTH Season 5 falls under #2.I got it on sale on Amazon for $18.99 an unbeatable price.So thank you Amazon for having the great 3 season bundle I was able to get season 4,5,and 6 in a bundle for only $57 dollars talking about unbeatable and on top of that it arrived within 2 days :). So thanks so much for reading and I hoped this review help and I would absolutly RECOMMEND IT FOR ANY OTH FAN.An absolute FANTASIC SEASON.
The time leap was a good idea, seeing that the actors didn't really have that "teenage look" in them anymore. I love the friendships and the triangle/square. It's good drama/tv. I recommend. :)