One Tree Hill: Season 1, Episode 16

The First Cut Is the Deepest (2 Mar. 2004)

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Dan experiences he has abused both his boys so often neither will thank him for anything- Nathan not for a brand new sports car, Lucas not even for having saved his life. Now neither Brooke... See full summary »


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Dan experiences he has abused both his boys so often neither will thank him for anything- Nathan not for a brand new sports car, Lucas not even for having saved his life. Now neither Brooke nor Peyton is going with him, and coach forbids him to work out as it over-strains his hurt arm, Lucas goes out with a loose girl in a bar, Nikki, ignorant of her relevant past. Dan makes Keith an offer he cannot refuse to pay Lucas' hospital bills: a sale of his garage at market value, keeping him on as manager with an option to buy it back. Deb finally tells Nathan the truth Dan holds over her: when their son was on basketball summer camp years ago, she walked out with another man- he now feels betrayed by both parents and wants completely out of the family... Written by KGF Vissers

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The episode is named after a song by Sheryl Crow. See more »


At time 33:04, while the camera is on Deb, if you look up at the top left hand corner of the door frame, you see that there is no ceiling where the wall ends. See more »


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Written by Sheryl Crow & Jeffrey Trott
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Hard to leave the glow of your love
15 February 2013 | by See all my reviews

Lying. Just don't do it. This episode is all about the consequences of hiding the truth.

Hayley liking Cheryl Crow only ages her, and Hayley already acts and looks more mature then the others. She is supposed to be in high school and like new bands who I've never heard over. Not someone who's been around forever.

The geek in me finds it humorous the references to internet speeds and how having DSL vs dial up is a luxury.

I'm still stuff on Lucas' hair colour being blonds, but neither of his parents are. Deb's hair is also blonde, and her sons isn't. Casting wise it makes more sense for Lucas and Nathan to swap. Try imagining Nathan and Lucas in opposite roles. I don't think I could love the James Lafferty version of Lucas the way I love the Chad Michael Murray version of Lucas.

Epic put down by by Brooke to that guy at the bar. Sucks to be him! Brooke is so cool though. I don't know why I love someone who is so mean, but she is so great.

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