This series follows the eventful lives of some high-school kids in Tree Hill, a small but not too quiet town in North Carolina, where the greatest source of pride is the high school basketball team, the Ravens, since living memory coached by old Whitey Durham. Its greatest talent ever was Dan Scott, who now runs a successful car dealership. The present talents are his two sons, Nathan Scott, a beautiful and popular athlete, the absolute star, who was molded and stifled by his proud dad, ambitious Dan Scott, who pushes him harder then even the coach approves of, but rather neglected by his spoiled, impulsive mother Deb, an alcoholic, and Lucas, abandoned at birth with his devoted mother, hard-working café-owner Karen Roe, who grew up with Dan's older but poor brother Keith as substitute father as a social reject, only playing hoops on a public yard in the park with street-kids, his passion being reading; when an incident forces the coach to replace suspended players, Lucas soon proves ...
Where nothing ever changed until one outsider changed everything.
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Was one of a few shows in television history to jump the story's time line into the future. They jumped 4 1/2 years into the future between seasons 4 and 5. A couple of other shows to do this include Alias
(2001), which jumped ahead two years in the future at the end of its second season and Wonder Woman
(1975), which jumped from the 1940s to the 1970s after the first season. See more
Jamie was born on the day of graduation in the fourth season
and then in the fifth season they celebrate his birthday. The problem is that school is obviously still in session since there are eleven more basketball games left in the season. So they celebrated a few months early. See more
ok, I am not arguing with you!
Oh, come on, Peyton that's what we do, OK? We have these inner conversations daily! Am I gonna look stupid? Am I pretty enough? Did Jake just want to get in my pants? Should Lucas be with me, instead of Brooke?
No, OK you're wrong. Lucas and I are just friends and Jake loved me.
Whatever you say, cheerleader... whine, whine, mope, mope, always the victim! My mom died, Jake left, Ellie lied! Boo hoo.
You really are a bitch, you know that?
I'm not the one who sent ...
Referenced in Studio C: Episode #4.9
I Don't Want To Be
Performed by Gavin DeGraw See more