One Tree Hill (season 5)

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One Tree Hill (season 5)
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One Tree Hill Season 5 DVD cover
Country of origin United States
No. of episodes 18
Broadcast
Original channel The CW
Original run January 8, 2008 (2008-01-08) – May 19, 2008 (2008-05-19)
Home video release
DVD release
Region 1 August 26, 2008
Region 2 October 6, 2008
Region 4 April 1, 2009
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The fifth season of One Tree Hill, an American television series, began on January 8, 2008 with a two-hour episode. This is the second season to air on The CW television network. Season five regular cast members include Chad Michael Murray, James Lafferty, Hilarie Burton, Bethany Joy Galeotti, Sophia Bush, Paul Johansson, Lee Norris, Antwon Tanner, and Jackson Brundage.[1] Season five is set four years into the future from the season 4 finale, and after the main characters have graduated from college.

Production for this season of One Tree Hill, along with production for all other American scripted television shows, was caught in the middle of a contract dispute between the Writers Guild of America, East (WGAE), Writers Guild of America, west (WGAw) and the Alliance of Motion Picture and Television Producers (AMPTP). The dispute led to a strike by the writers, which has caused a lack in episodes being produced.[2] The season was to conclude in June 2008, after twenty-two episodes,[3] but the season had been shortened to twelve episodes due to the 2007–2008 Writers Guild of America strike. With the strike resolved, the CW announced that six more episodes would be produced bringing the episode count to eighteen.[4]

Cast and characters[edit]

Episodes[edit]

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89 1 "4 Years, 6 Months, 2 Days" Greg Prange Mark Schwahn January 8, 2008 (2008-01-08) 3T6801 3.36[8]

It's four years into the future and the Tree Hill gang has finished college. Lucas published a book and is dating his editor Lindsay; Brooke made it big in the fashion industry with her store "Clothes Over Bros"; Peyton's pursuing a career in the music business; Haley and Nathan are in a strained marriage after Nathan's accident, which has left him temporarily paralyzed, and they raise a now older Jamie.[7]


This episode is named after a song by Tree Fort Angst.
90 2 "Racing Like a Pro" Paul Johansson Mark Schwahn January 8, 2008 (2008-01-08) 3T6802 3.57[8]

Peyton and Brooke move back to Tree Hill and meet Lucas' girlfriend Lindsay; Haley tells Nathan she and Jamie will leave him if he doesn't change his ways; Lucas and Skills prepare Jamie to compete in a race car competition; Mouth gets a job but his boss Alice hates him.[9]


This episode is named after a song by The National.
91 3 "My Way Home Is Through You" David Jackson John A. Norris January 15, 2008 (2008-01-15) 3T6803 2.72[11]

Lindsay fears that Peyton might threaten her relationship with Lucas. Nathan visits Dan in prison and gives him a picture of Jamie. Haley tries to get a student, Quentin, back in school. Brooke opens her store "Clothes Over Bros". in Karen's Cafe. Peyton signs her first band on her new label.[10]


This episode is named after a song by My Chemical Romance.
92 4 "It's Alright, Ma (I'm Only Bleeding)" Janice Cooke Adele Lim January 22, 2008 (2008-01-22) 3T6804 3.04[13]

Peyton has her hands full with a musician who turns out to be problematic; Mouth's in a relationship with his boss Alice and dating her is how he's keeping his job. Brooke faces problems with her insane mother Victoria. Nathan helps Haley in helping Quentin.[12]


This episode is named after a song by Bob Dylan.
93 5 "I Forgot to Remember to Forget" Liz Friedlander Terrence Coli January 29, 2008 (2008-01-29) 3T6805 2.79[15]

Three years in the past, Lucas visits Peyton in Los Angeles with an offer that will change their relationship forever; Victoria (Daphne Zuniga) pressures Brooke to make a difficult decision about the future of her clothing line.[14]


This episode is named after a song by Elvis Presley.
94 6 "Don't Dream It's Over" Thomas J. Wright Mark Schwahn February 5, 2008 (2008-02-05) 3T6806 2.86[17]

It's confrontation time in Tree Hill, as Lucas confronts Peyton about her nasty behavior towards Lindsey and Brooke must confront Victoria about meddling with Peyton's record label. Nathan begins to grow closer to Nanny Carrie, Haley continues to struggle in dealing with Quentin, and Mouth must choose sides between his co-workers or Alice.[16]


This episode is named after a song by Crowded House.
95 7 "In Da Club" Greg Prange Mike Herro and David Strauss February 12, 2008 (2008-02-12) 3T6807 3.16[19]

Brooke sets Mouth on a blind date with her assistant Millicent, and finds out about Mouth and his boss. After kissing Peyton, Lucas asks Lindsey to marry him. Carrie tries to seduce Nathan. The Honorary Title performs at Tric, and Mia performs her song, "No Good".[18]


This episode is named after a song by 50 Cent.
96 8 "Please Please Please Let Me Get What I Want" Paul Johansson Mike Daniels February 19, 2008 (2008-02-19) 3T6808 2.85[21]

Brooke has a crush on the new bartender Owen. Carrie kisses Nathan. Haley is upset at Lucas for proposing to Lindsay and kissing Peyton. Quentin has to change his negative approach before the Ravens start the season-opening game. Mouth's boss Alice gets fired, and Mouth tries to win Millicent back.[20]


This episode is named after a song by The Smiths.
97 9 "For Tonight You're Only Here to Know" Joe Davola Mark Schwahn February 26, 2008 (2008-02-26) 3T6809 3.18[23]

At the first Raven's basketball game of the season, Haley, Brooke, Peyton, Lindsey and Mia find themselves locked in the Tree Hill High library where secrets abound come forward. Peyton learns a surprising fact that changes her mind about Lindsey while she and Haley try to help Brooke let go of Victoria.[22]


This episode is named after a song by The Distillers.
98 10 "Running to Stand Still" Clark Mathis William H. Brown March 4, 2008 (2008-03-04) 3T6810 2.93[25]

Haley finds Nathan and Carrie in a compromising position and kicks them both out. Brooke and Owen takes a trip to New York. Peyton's old boss wants Mia signed at his label. Lucas gets a brief about Dan's hearing and goes with Nathan.[24]


This episode is named after a song by U2.
99 11 "You're Gonna Need Someone on Your Side" Michael J. Leone Zachary Haynes March 11, 2008 (2008-03-11) 3T6811 2.50[27]

On the eve of Lucas and Lindsey's marriage, they conspire to save Nathan and Haley's. Brooke sets Peyton up with an old boyfriend, while still dealing with Victoria. Rachel returns to Tree Hill, and Dan comes back hoping for a fresh start.[26]


This episode is named after a song by Morrissey.
100 12 "Hundred" Les Butler Mark Schwahn March 18, 2008 (2008-03-18) 3T6812 3.00[29]

It's Lucas and Lindsey's wedding day and Peyton must decide what to do about her feelings for Lucas. Nathan uses the occasion to attempt a reconciliation with Haley, and recently-paroled Dan shows up for the family reunion. Carrie kidnaps Jamie, but Dan steps in to intervene.[28]


This episode is named after a song by The Fray.
101 13 "Echoes, Silence, Patience, and Grace" Greg Prange Mark Schwahn April 14, 2008 (2008-04-14) 3T6813 2.80[31]

Lucas deals with being left at the altar by Lindsey, while Nathan and Haley deal with the repercussions of Jamie's abduction. Brooke is haunted by her past as she considers adopting, while Peyton gets a visit from an old friend.[30]


This episode is named after an album by Foo Fighters.
102 14 "What Do You Go Home To" Liz Friedlander Mark Schwahn April 21, 2008 (2008-04-21) 3T6814 2.92[33]

Lucas and Peyton discuss his aborted wedding, while Brooke gets a phone call that could change her life. Millicent and Mouth take a new step in their relationship. Haley takes the first tentative steps towards a new career, and Nathan contemplates what it would take to get his game back.[32]


This episode is named after a song by Explosions in the Sky.
103 15 "Life Is Short" Paul Johansson Eliza Delson April 28, 2008 (2008-04-28) 3T6815 2.57[35]

Lindsey returns to Tree Hill for Jamie's fifth birthday party, giving Lucas hope for their relationship. Brooke and Peyton prepare for life with a new baby. Dan tries to insert himself back into the lives of his family, ultimately revealing a secret to Nathan.[34]


This episode is named after a song by Butterfly Boucher.
104 16 "Cryin' Won't Help You Now" Greg Prange William H. Brown May 5, 2008 (2008-05-05) 3T6816 2.29[37]

Brooke deals with the difficulties of being a parent. Peyton visits Lindsey in New York. Quentin makes up with his enemies. Mouth gets his big-time shot. Lucas, Nathan, and Haley deal with Dan's condition and whether or not to tell Jamie.[36]


This episode is named after a song by Ben Harper.
105 17 "Hate Is Safer Than Love" Stuart Gillard Mark Schwahn May 12, 2008 (2008-05-12) 3T6817 2.72[39]

Lucas receives some devastating news from Lindsey. Brooke's foster baby undergoes heart surgery. Haley makes a decision about recording a new album. Skills and Nathan attempt a turn-around of the Ravens' season. Lucas makes a drunken, heart-wrenching confession to Peyton.[38]


This episode is named after a song by Ben Godwin.
106 18 "What Comes After the Blues" Mark Schwahn Mark Schwahn May 19, 2008 (2008-05-19) 3T6818 3.23[41]

Brooke is emotional about giving Angie back. Lucas deals with the aftermath of his actions in the game night scuffle. Haley has a musical breakthrough. Peyton gets news about a ghost from her past. Nathan and Jamie face their fears together. Lucas makes a call to one of the women that will change his life forever.[40]


This episode is named after a song by Magnolia Electric Co..

Production[edit]

L-R: Brooke (Bush), Haley (Galeotti), "Mouth" (Norris), "Skills" (Tanner), Nathan (Lafferty), Peyton (Burton) and Lucas (Murray).

On May 17, 2007, The CW announced that the show would return for a fifth season as a mid-season replacement. The show was dramatically retooled and set four years into the future - after the characters have already graduated from college. Until the show's return to the schedule, the network planned to post diaries online to fill in the intervening years in the characters' lives.[3][42] The fifth season began shooting on July 30, 2007 and premiered January 8, 2008. Dawn Ostroff confirmed on July 20, 2007 that One Tree Hill had a 22-episode order.[3]

Hilarie Burton confirmed on TRL that the show's fifth season would focus on their lives after college, citing the reason for this as "We've seen the high school dramas not do so well while they're in college, and another thing, we've done everything that everyone does in college". She said this will "enable them to do flashbacks and a lot of cool stuff with the characters".

Writers Strike[edit]

On November 5, 2007, a strike began between the Writers Guild of America, East (WGAE), Writers Guild of America, west (WGAw) and the Alliance of Motion Picture and Television Producers (AMPTP). The strike was speculated to force television shows to end their seasons early, because there would be no future scripts until a settlement was reached.[2] Due to the writer's strike, only twelve out of the twenty-two episodes ordered were thought to be produced. With the end in sight, Mark Schwahn stated, "Although we have six new episodes left, no one is more excited about the end of the strike than we are at One Tree Hill." On the February 5, 2008 episode, One Tree Hill's ratings were second only to Smallville for scripted dramas at the CW. Schwahn went on to say that "we'd love the opportunity to continue season five, and if the WGA's new contract is ratified, hopefully we'll be able to do just that. If not, we'll see you for season six."[4] On February 15, the CW announced that six additional episodes would be produced to wrap up the season due to the conclusion of the strike.[43]

Overview[edit]

Four years after high school; Karen is travelling the world with her daughter, Lily and boyfriend, Andy. Lucas has a new girlfriend, Lindsey, and a best-selling book. Brooke's fashion line has taken off, but she still feels like her life is missing something. Haley has become a teacher at Tree Hill high. Nathan is in a wheelchair after a bar accident, and has to deal with recuperating and a future that possibly has no basketball in it. Peyton's career didn't take off in L.A., and she returns to Tree Hill still mourning the end of her relationship with Lucas. Dan is released from jail and is hoping for forgiveness. Deb becomes Jamie's nanny after the previous one kidnapped him, tried to steal Nathan, and tried to kill Haley. Mouth begins a new relationship with Brooke's assistant Millicent and tries to become successful in the sports reporting world.

New and returning characters[edit]

For season five, Jackson Brundage was cast as James Scott, the child of Nathan and Haley Scott.[44] Barry Corbin reprised his role as Whitey Durham for a flashback sequence.[14] Danneel Harris returned to portray Rachel Gatina, who is now a drug addict.[24] Moira Kelly also returned as Lucas' mother Karen Roe.[28] Barbara Alyn Woods reprised her role of Deb Lee in the fourteenth episode,[32] appearing in a total of four episodes.[34][38][40]

Cullen Moss and Vaughn Wilson returned as Junk Moretti and Fergie Thompson, living with Mouth and Skills.[7] Stephen Colletti reprised his guest role as Chase Adams, as did Kieren Hutchison as Andy Hargrove. Shawn Shepard returned to portray Tree Hill High's principal, Principal Turner, where Haley, Lucas and Skills now work.[9] Brett Claywell returned as Tim Smith, working as a pizza boy.[22] Bevin Prince also returned as Bevin Mirskey, married to Tim Smith, with whom she has a son, Nathan Smith.

Newcomer Michaela McManus was added to the cast for a multi-episode arc as Lindsey Strauss, a "tough but kind" New York editor assigned to work on Lucas' novel.[45] Daphne Zuniga guest starred as a "glamorous and intimidating" business exec who works with Brooke,[45] later revealed to be her mother.[10] Torrey DeVitto has signed on to play the nanny of Nathan and Haley's son in a multi-episode arc.[46] Robbie Jones joined the cast as Quentin Fields, a difficult student and member of the Ravens.[9] Kelly Collins Lintz became a guest as Mouth's boss Alice.[44] Lisa Goldstein was cast as Brooke's assistant as Millicent Huxtable.[44] Kevin Federline is appears in a multi-episode arc this season playing Jason,[47] as well as singer/songwriter Kate Voegele who portrays Mia.[44] Joe Manganiello has also been added as Owen, a bar tender at Tric.[44] Mary Kate Englehardt returned to play the role of Lily Roe Scott.

One Tree Hill: Fast Forward[edit]

On November 6, 2007, The CW posted the first One Tree Hill online diary, a series of six segments to be released before the start of the new season. One Tree Hill Fast Forward allows fans of the show to catch a glimpse of the lives of the six main characters at the beginning of the fifth season. The first Fast Forward diary features Sophia Bush's character, Brooke Davis.[44] The second diary, posted on November 13, featured Chad Michael Murray's character, Lucas Scott.[44] The third diary, posted on November 20, featured Hilarie Burton's character, Peyton Sawyer.[44] The fourth diary, posted on November 27, featured Lee Norris's character, Mouth McFadden.[44] The fifth diary, posted on December 4 featured the Scott family, consisting of Bethany Joy Galeotti's character, Haley James Scott and James Lafferty's character, Nathan Scott.[44] The sixth and last diary, posted on December 11, featured all the new faces of the show, commented by Mark Schwahn, Joe Davola, the six main teens and the above listed new faces (minus Jamie).[44]

Reception[edit]

The season opening to 3.36 million viewers and a 1.5 adults 18-49 rating.[8] Episode two aired back-to-back with the season premiere and achieved season highs in viewers (3.57 m) and adults 18-49 (1.6).[8] The season finale matched season highs in adults 18-49 with a 1.6 rating.[41]

The season averaged 3.33 million viewers and a 1.2 Adults 18-49 rating in its original Tuesday 9/8C.[48] After its move to Mondays at 9/8c, it averaged 2.78 million viewers and a 1.0 rating.[48]

DVD release[edit]

The DVD release of season five was released after the season has completed broadcast on television. It has been released in Region 1. As well as every episode from the season, the DVD release features bonus material such as audio commentaries on some episodes from the creator and cast, deleted scenes, gag reels and behind-the-scenes featurettes.

The Complete Fifth Season
Set details Special features
  • 18 episodes
  • 759 minutes (Region 1); 777 minutes (Region 2); 810 minutes (Region 4)
  • 5-disc set
  • 1.78:1 aspect ratio
  • Languages:
    • English (Dolby Digital 5.1)
  • Subtitles:
    • English, Spanish French (Region 1)
  • Audio commentaries
    • "For Tonight You're Only Here to Know" - with creator/executive producer/writer Mark Schwahn, and actresses Michaela McManus Kate Voegele
    • "Hundred" - with creator/executive producer/co-writer Mark Schwahn and executive producers Joe Davola and Greg Prange.
  • Deleted scenes
    • Episodes: 1, 2, 3, 4, 6, 7, 8, 10, 11
  • Gag reel
  • "One Tree Hill Fast Forward"
  • "One Tree Hill Musical Stars"
  • Kate Voegele "Only Fooling Myself" music video
Release dates
 United States  United Kingdom  Australia
August 26, 2008 October 6, 2008 April 1, 2009

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