One Tree Hill: Season 3, Episode 16

With Tired Eyes, Tired Minds, Tired Souls, We Slept (1 Mar. 2006)

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A dangerous day at Tree Hill High gives Nathan and Lucas a common goal, as they put their lives on the line to save their friends when a distraught student comes to school with a gun and holds Haley hostage.

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Jimmy Edwards, the fat high school student who got roughed up because of his vicious time capsule video, repeatedly shoots a gun at school; coach orders everyone outside on the bus, but Nathan and Lucas go in since Haley is among the kids inside, who don't realize the madman is Jimmy, sitting right next to them. Lucas finds Peyton shivering alone, unable to walk because of a leg wound. Nathan finds unsuspecting Mouth; Haley lets them in, then Jimmie draws his gun on them and phones he has taken them hostage- it will take a lot of talking to make him admit his method is wrong and release sick Abby, then walk out, just when Lucas tried to carry Peyton away. The parents were worried sick outside, and Dan finally agreed to sneak in Keith, who is just in time to talk to Jimmy so Luke gets passed, but then... Written by KGF Vissers

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Jimmy Edwards: You really think I am the only one. Then ask yourself this. Have you ever treated someone like crap in this school or left anyone out? Have you ever broken up with someone in the time it takes to pass a note and disappear? Or talk trash behind their back? Or maybe you just ignored it all? You know why you worry about the big game or the prom or the bake sale for the pep club. You ask yourself that and then you tell me if there is anyone else out there.
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One episode was enough
24 August 2006 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I know that I am probably two decades older than the target audience for "One Tree Hill". I saw this particular episode by accident. I think the subject matter of school shootings is very important. I just wished that the treatment here was more imaginative and, especially the final plot twist at the end of the episode, not so contrived.

The only bright spot in this episode was the credible performance of Colin Fickes as Jimmy Edwards, the distraught student who held his fellow students hostage. I felt that the actor was on an entirely different level than the others. The stars and the supporting cast were very bland and uninteresting.

At least with this episode, I kept thinking about how "Degrassi: The Next Generation" did a much better job than "One Tree Hill". I noticed that the average age of the actors on "One Tree Hill" is around 23 or 24 years old while the actors on Degrassi is closer to high school age. Sometimes when it comes to television shows or movies about teens or young adults, it depends not only on the script but the casting and the talent of the actors.


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