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One Tree Hill: Season 6

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One Tree Hill: The Complete Sixth Season (DVD)

The journeys of those who hail from the town of Tree Hill have been vast, from Lucas's tentative steps off the riverfront basketball court into high school popularity and now, four years later, publishing novels; from Nathan and Haley's first kiss to marriage, and a son; and from Peyton and Brooke's deep friendship to their estrangement and back. The powerful stories of each character continue to progress, joined by new mysteries and relationships and the events that have shaped -- and continue to shape -- their lives.

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One Tree Hill: The Complete Sixth Season picks up with the resolution of the fifth season's tantalizing cliffhanger: just whom did Lucas Scott (Chad Michael Murray) ask, via cell phone, to marry him? The lucky lady turns out to be (as most fans would have hoped) Peyton (Hilarie Burton), the love of his life. Looking for a quickie Vegas wedding, the happy couple decide at the last minute that they don't want to get hitched without friends and family present, so it's back to Tree Hill and all the thrills and troubles experienced by the old gang.

There's plenty of both to go around. Skills (Antwon Tanner) is still in a furtive romance with Deb Scott (Barbara Alyn Woods), mother of his close friend and Lucas' half-brother, Nathan Scott (James Lafferty). Nathan is still struggling, post-injury, to fulfill his dream of playing in the National Basketball Association. Brooke (Sophia Bush) is working hard to keep her mother (Daphne Zuniga) from wresting control over the fashion company Brooke started. Marvin (a.k.a. "Mouth") takes a job in Omaha, only to leave his fiancée behind to help Brooke. Little Jamie (Jackson Brundage) becomes close to a Ravens basketball star, Quentin (Robbie Jones), only to experience heartbreak. Dan, Lucas' and Nathan's father--whom we last saw struck by a car--finds himself in a Misery-like nightmare, kept captive by a crazy lady who tortures him and forces him to eat live insects. (Yes, well, perhaps this bit of the season's storyline is ridiculously over-the-top.) Only Haley, Nathan's wife and Jamie's mom, demonstrates her typical equanimity in the face of everyone else's crises. And the crises keep on coming. A significant death devastates everyone. Nathan gets word from his doctor that basketball could cripple him for life. Peyton's health is on the line after becoming pregnant. Brooke is physically assaulted in her own shop. Lucas can't decide who should direct the film version of his autobiographical first novel. Dan awaits word that an available heart can replace his own, failing one. So it goes in Tree Hill, and more than ever, it's hard not to stay engrossed. --Tom Keogh


Special Features

Unaired Scenes OTH Goes Back in Time: Recreating the 1940s in Episode 11 We Three (My Echo, My Shadow and Me) Slammin' with OTH: Playing the New Sport of SlamBall, a Cross Between Basketball, Hockey and Gymnastics OTH Celebrity Soundtrack: Guest Musical Artists Discuss Their Contributions with a Spotlight on Episode 10's USO Concert OTH – The Directors' Debut: Following First-Time Helmers Chad Michael Murray, Bethany Joy Galeotti and James Lafferty Through the Process Commentary on 2 Episodes by Series Creator Mark Schwahn and Key Cast and Crew Gag ReelUnaired Scenes OTH Goes Back in Time: Recreating the 1940s in Episode 11 We Three (My Echo, My Shadow and Me) Slammin' with OTH: Playing the New Sport of SlamBall, a Cross Between Basketball, Hockey and Gymnastics OTH Celebrity Soundtrack: Guest Musical Artists Discuss Their Contributions with a Spotlight on Episode 10's USO Concert OTH – The Directors' Debut: Following First-Time Helmers Chad Michael Murray, Bethany Joy Galeotti and James Lafferty Through the Process Commentary on 2 Episodes by Series Creator Mark Schwahn and Key Cast and Crew Gag ReelUnaired Scenes OTH Goes Back in Time: Recreating the 1940s in Episode 11 We Three (My Echo, My Shadow and Me) Slammin' with OTH: Playing the New Sport of SlamBall, a Cross Between Basketball, Hockey and Gymnastics OTH Celebrity Soundtrack: Guest Musical Artists Discuss Their Contributions with a Spotlight on Episode 10's USO Concert OTH – The Directors' Debut: Following First-Time Helmers Chad Michael Murray, Bethany Joy Galeotti and James Lafferty Through the Process Commentary on 2 Episodes by Series Creator Mark Schwahn and Key Cast and Crew Gag ReelUnaired Scenes OTH Goes Back in Time: Recreating the 1940s in Episode 11 We Three (My Echo, My Shadow and Me) Slammin' with OTH: Playing the New Sport of SlamBall, a Cross Between Basketball, Hockey and Gymnastics OTH Celebrity Soundtrack: Guest Musical Artists Discuss Their Contributions with a Spotlight on Episode 10's USO Concert OTH – The Directors' Debut: Following First-Time Helmers Chad Michael Murray, Bethany Joy Galeotti and James Lafferty Through the Process Commentary on 2 Episodes by Series Creator Mark Schwahn and Key Cast and Crew Gag Reel

Product Details

  • Actors: Chad Michael Murray, James Lafferty, Hilarie Burton, Bethany Joy Galeotti, Sophia Bush
  • Producers: Mark Schwahn, Mike Tollin, Brian Robbins, Joe Davola, Greg Prange
  • Format: Multiple Formats, AC-3, Box set, Color, Dolby, Subtitled, Widescreen, NTSC
  • Language: English (Dolby Digital 5.1)
  • Subtitles: French, Spanish, English
  • Dubbed: French
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.78:1
  • Number of discs: 7
  • Rated:
    NR
    Not Rated
  • Studio: Warner Home Video
  • DVD Release Date: August 25, 2009
  • Run Time: 1228 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (143 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B001EWDXT8
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #6,161 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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Season six of One Tree Hill is my favorite seasons. Leyton (Peyton and Lucas) lovers will be thrilled. Lucas finally makes up his mind and chooses Peyton. The story lines are crazy but fun such a crazy nanny Carrie. Peyton and Lucas finally have some happiness in their life and viewers are teased with wedding talk, Lucas's book gets a movie offer, and Peyton and Lucas are thrilled with news of pregnancy. However, the happiness doesn't last. Lucas's movie deal falls through and Peyton has a pregnancy complications. Peyton's ex-boyfriend is in town to produce Lucas's movie. Brooke is attacked in her store which leads her into a dark place. Haley also ends up convincing Brooke to take in a foster child named Sam. Nathan, Lucas, and Skills coach the new Tree Hill Ravens in which Nathan becomes a mentor to Quention who give them problems on the basketball team and gives Haley problems in the classroom. Mouth and Millie's relationship takes a turn. Dan's future looks grim when a dog eats his donor heart. My favorite episode of this season is when Lucas and Peyton babysit Andre and Jamie, but there are still 3 more episodes left.

Season 6 has many laughs and many tears. There are some new characters outside of the core 5 that I don't really care as much for and some parts a little cheesy, but still a really good season in my opinion.
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I will admit that at the beginning of Season Six, I was concerned. I consider One Tree Hill to be the greatest show ever, but after last season I wasn't sure what was left to do with the characters. However, after watching the first episode, all doubt left my mind. The action packed storylines, the fresh romance, the perfect combination of drama and comedy. I loved the exploration into sides of Brooke not previously shown to audiences. Her trials as a foster mother are both heart wamring and entertaining, and her decline into darkness following being attacked at her store made for some good tv. Brooke really broke free as the female lead this season which is great for such an avid Brooke fan. The Nanny Carrie, and Ravens film storylines also stand out as some of the season's best.

Here are the seasons most memorable episodes. (excluding 23-24)

1.Touch Me and I'm Going to Scream Part 1
In the show's season premier, Brooke battles Victoria for her company and winds up in peril of her own. Nanny Carrie returns and acts out her vengence on Dan. Lucas and Peyton give their relationship another shot, and Mouth announces his departure from Tree Hill.

2.Things a Mama Don't Know
Brooke searches all over town for Sam after she runs away from home, and must battle a dangerous man from her past in order to save her. Peyton also has some surpising new for Lucas.

3.Get Cape. Wear Cape. Fly
The Town of Tree Hill is rocked by the death of Quinton and each deal with the tragedy in their own way. Deb contemplates whether her and Skillz should reveal their relationship to their friends.

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One Tree Hill - The Complete Sixth Season is arguably the best season of this much-loved drama. Season 5 really caught my attention last year, I have to admit I never cared for this show when these characters were in high school, the storylines were over-the-top but now I enjoy the maturity. I have recently gone back and watched the previous seasons and I still don't care for all the hoopla - Season 6 is just brilliant so start here and work your way back. Sophia Bush's character Brooke Davis really got to shine this season, she took in Sam, a wise beyond her years teenage girl - fell in love with Peyton's ex Julian and made amends with her emotionally distant mother. The season finale seemed like a series finale but I heard the show will back next season. This prime time soap is a guilty pleasure and I am proud of it!
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I choose this rating because the TV show is good. What I like about the TV show is that will this be the year dreams come true? Dreams of a basketball comeback (Nathan), of musical success (Haley), of finding happiness (Peyton), of finding a decent job (Mouth), of being like his hero Q (Jamie), of saving the Clothes Over Bro's brand from her rhymes-with-witch mom (Brooke), or of marrying the right girl (Lucas and speaking of Lucas, just which one is the right girl?). What isn't a dream: Dan learning what it's like to be on the other side of a sadist-victim relationship, Skills and Deb's hookup threatening to come unhooked... and all the love and heartbreak, suspense and surprises that 24 powerful Season 6 Episodes on 7 discs can hold. What I dislike about the TV show is that I wanted to see more of it. I would recommend this TV show to other people.
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I love One Tree Hill and wish they would make a complete series set, but because they have not done that yet I have each individual season on DVD. The sixth season was the last of Lucas and Peyton and was filled with all of their melodrama. Nathan and Haley bot followed their dreams this season and there is plenty of Haley singing, which is always a good thing. Brooke really grew in season 6 as well. A must have for fans of One Tree Hill.
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