One Tree Hill: Season 5, Episode 18

What Comes After the Blues (19 May 2008)

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Brooke has to deal with giving up her baby Angie. Haley's career takes a turn for the better and Peyton is visited by somebody from her past. Meanwhile, Dan awaits a new heart as Lucas ... See full summary »

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Brooke has to deal with giving up her baby Angie. Haley's career takes a turn for the better and Peyton is visited by somebody from her past. Meanwhile, Dan awaits a new heart as Lucas makes a decision on who he wants to be with. Elsewhere Mouth makes the decision to move to Omaha when Millicent agrees to go with him. Written by Anonymous

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Trivia

After no theme song the entire fifth season, Gavin DeGraw sings the theme song in the first scene at the piano with Jamie. See more »

Goofs

At the end of this episode, Mouth claims that UCLA won 7 consecutive NCAA basketball championships from 1966 - 1973. UCLA's run did not start until 1967. The 1966 championship had Texas Western defeating the Universtiy of Kentucky. See more »

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James Lucas Scott: I'm James Lucas Scott!
[jumps in the pool]
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Performed by The Gabe Dixon Band
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