One Tree Hill (2003–2012)
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With Tired Eyes, Tired Minds, Tired Souls, We Slept 

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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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Nathan Scott
Haley James Scott (as Bethany Joy Galeotti)
Dan Scott
Deb Scott (credit only)
Karen Roe
Rachel Gatina (as Danneel Harris)
Antwon 'Skills' Taylor
Marcus Johnson


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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1 March 2006 (USA)  »

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This episode marks the final appearance of Craig Sheffer (Keith) as a series regular See more »


In the library, when Peyton is telling Lucas that Jimmy Edwards is the shooter, his blue shirt goes from being on, to off in the next shot, and then back to on. See more »


Rachel Gattina: 700 days. High School, out of 20 or 30 thousand, can't you see past that. It's only 700 days
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God Bless The Child
Written and performed by Michelle Featherstone
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24 February 2008 | by See all my reviews

I can understand how other reviews, especially people from America who have been close to such things happening, react differently then I do. I, for my part, bow in front of the writers for their courage because I think that they managed to bring this topic across as real as if even can be shown on a TV Show and as sad as it is, things like the ones shown in this one are becoming part of our lives at the moment, in every country. That does not make it good in any way. It is horrible and cannot be ignored. But to show it like this makes it more real, at least for me. I have heard so much about these things but, luckily, never was part of it in any way. Showing it like this shows that this issue is not ignored which, in my mind is good.

This episode moved me more then any of the other ones out of one simple reason. It felt real (thanks to writers and actors for delivering it with just the right amount of respect and input it needs), at least to me it did. It will never be as real for me as for someone who actually had to see it but I believe it gave me a way of understanding the topic, the people involved, just a bit better.

To everyone who had to live through something like this - I am so glad you survived and believe me, we won't forget, not ever.

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