The knowledge that Dan actually requested joint custody over Lucas but was turned away by Karen makes Keith doubt her and the Scott boys, who now train together as friends, how their lives ... See full summary »

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The knowledge that Dan actually requested joint custody over Lucas but was turned away by Karen makes Keith doubt her and the Scott boys, who now train together as friends, how their lives would have been growing up as brothers. Peyton and Brooke loose Jake's baby daughter Jenny in the mall, and find Nikki picked her up. Haley is furious when she finds porn sites on Nathans computer, even though everybody else considers cyber-sex innocent fun, no competition for her. Since coach Whitey must have an operation, Dan manages -to his fury- to be made Ravens coach for one match, and works the boys like a penal company. Jake thinks he'll lose a custody battle against Nikki, so he considers moving to family in Savannah and gets Peytons support. Lucas comes to a decision which worries both Karen and Keith. Written by KGF Vissers

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At about 6:44, you can see Bryan Greenberg's tattoo on the bottom half of his left leg. See more »

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Dan Scott: [Dan is coaching basketball practice and making the guys run heaps and Lucas throws up, then he looks at Nathan] Clean that up.
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I Can't Steal You
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Performed by Matthew Ryan
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I want to leave Tree Hill
15 February 2013 | by See all my reviews

I get the feeling that now we are just moving onto the next teenager topic: pornography.

Hayley and Nathan seem to have opposite values, how can they think this will work out in the long run. Oh, thats right, teenagers don't think about that. They must have some serious chemistry going on to put up with the gaps between them.

I don't have kids, but I've seem parents getting around with way more than one small bag when they take kids anywhere, even if only for a few hours. How it is possible that Jake leaves forever with hardly anything to look after his daughter with?

Also Lucas all of a sudden wants to leave. Where did this story line come from? Not very believable, and I doubt it'll really happen.


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