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The TV Star[edit]

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I Hpfan9374, hereby award you with The TV Star, to recognize your great contributions to One Tree Hill related pages. Hpfan9374 00:01, 28 January 2007 (UTC)


Smallville: Chloe Chronicles[edit]

Smallville: Chloe Chronicles
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Chronicles title screen
Also known as 'Smallville: Vengeance Chronicles'
Genre Drama
Written by Brice Tidwell
Starring Allison Mack
Sam Jones III
Denise Quiñones
Narrated by Allison Mack
Country of origin United States
Original language(s) English
No. of seasons 3
No. of episodes 18 (list of episodes)
Production
Executive producer(s) Mark Warshaw
Production company(s) Warner Bros.
Release
Original network The WB.com & AOL
Original release 2003 – March 16,2006
Chronology
Related shows Smallville

Smallville: Chloe Chronicles is a web based television series, which ties-in to the American television show Smallville (TV series). The webisodes range in length between one and four minutes. The original series picked up after the events of the Smallville season one episode Jitters. They were broadcast on America Online, and later re-posted on the WB Television Network’s website. The webisodes featured Smallville's Chloe Sullivan, portrayed by Allison Mack, investigating the effects the 1989 meteor shower has on Smallville.

The third season, known as Smallville: Vengeance Chronicles, is a spin-off from the season five episode Vengeance, with Chloe meeting Andrea Rojas - "Angel of Vengeance" - portrayed by Denise Quiñones. All webisodes have accompanied the Smallville DVD releases.

Production[edit]

Conception[edit]

Mark Warshaw, who ran the shows official website and was also incharge of the shows DVDs, came up with the idea of featuring an online show centered on Allison Mack’s character Chloe. Warshaw felt that "the series would wrap up unfinished business from the television show. Warshaw frequently communicated with Smallville developers Alfred Gough and Miles Millar. This helped to find "unique ways to expand Smallville stories over to Chloe’s Chronicles."[1]

Brice Tidwell was chosen to write the scripts for the webisodes, however Mack was given script approval. This allowed her to "review and make changes to the script as she saw fit."."[1]

Allison Mack describes the show as "very Nancy Drew and mysterious". She continues, "I think it’s a bit more like The X-Files or NYPD Blue. The Chronicles are like a detective story, with Chloe following clues and interviewing people, going from spot to spot, figuring things out."[1]

Release[edit]

The Chronicles were originally released online through America Online, and later The WB website. The first Chronicle was posted on April 29, 2003 and the final webisode was released on March 16, 2006.

The Chloe Chronicles are included in the season two box set, with volume II being included in the third season DVD set. The Vengeance Chronicles are included on the season five set as a special feature on the same disc that includes the episode Vengeance.


Casting[edit]

List of episodes[edit]

Chloe Chronicles: 2003[edit]

Ep # Title Writer(s) Director Airdate
1 "Introduction" Brice Tidwell April 29, 2003
Chloe Sullivan (Allison Mack) the editor of the Smallville Tourch introduces herself and her Wall of Weird theory. Chloe believes that the 1989 meteor rocks are responsible for the strange things that happen in Smallville.[2]
2 "Chronicle 1" Brice Tidwell 2003
While on a school trip to the Smallville LuthorCorp plant, Earl Jenkins held them hostage. He had been effected by the meteor rocks by an experiment on the secrete "level 3". One year later, and six months after Earls death Chloe begins to investigate. She talks to Earl's widow, Belinda Jenkins (Lucia Walters), who is now struggling to pay her bills. Belinda revealed that her son is 'different' and that doctors don't know what to make of him. LuthorCorp tried to convince Earl that he had imagined everything; however there was one man, Dr. Arthur Walsh, who believed him. Belinda then shows Earls shoes that are green on the bottom from the meteor rocks.[3]
3 "Chronicle 2" Brice Tidwell 2003
Chloe visits Arthur Walsh who is now teaching high school biology. His reason for this is that he didn't like what her saw at the edge of science. He felt that he was somehow responsible for Earl. Chloe reveals her meteor theory, and he says that he should have listened to his former partner Dr. Steven Hamilton. Walsh then states that he wonder if Donovan knows. When Chloe asks who this is he asks her to leave. After a speech from Chloe, he tells her to come back next week with her research and he will bring his.[4]
4 "Chronicle 3" Brice Tidwell 2003
Donovan Jamison works in an executive position in a high-tech energy firm. Chloe pays him a visit, where he denies that he used to research meteor rocks. He shows no emotion when he finds out that Steven Hamilton is now dead. He then covers some paper on his desk with the same logo that appeared in Arthur Walsh's room.[5]
5 "Chronicle 4" Brice Tidwell 2003
Chloe returns to the high school that Arthur Walsh works at, intending to show him her digital wall of weird. However a note on his door reveals that he has cancelled all classes and left the school. A deliveryman shows up with a package for Walsh, and Chloe signs for it. The letter contains the logo that appeared before in his office as well as Donovan Jamison's. The envelope contains money and a letter saying that a girl has been snooping, and the money is to encourage no further contact. Chloe then visits Belinda and hands her the envelope of cash to help with her bills. The house then shakes due to her son.[6]

Chloe Chronicles, Volume II: 2004[edit]

Ep # Title Writer(s) Director Airdate
6 "Chronicle 1" Brice Tidwell 2004
Chloe receives a video from Dr. Walsh, who warns her that if she wants to sleep at night she should stop watching and delete the video. He explains that the lab is in total chaos and is being shut down. His final request is that Chloe finds his family.[7]
7 "Chronicle 2" Brice Tidwell 2004
Chloe visits Dr. Walsh's family and shows them a video saying that his disappearance was a lie. He tells them that they will find the answers in a place where they used to go fishing. While looking through his fishing equipment Chloe finds a secret code GHOST NECK SS 942565362509.[8]
8 "Chronicle 3" Brice Tidwell 2004
It is revealed that Pete Ross (Sam Jones III) is the cameraman. When Pete's mom calls, he asks her is she knows what ghost neck is. She reveals that this is what the teens used to call the local cemetery, as people went there to "neck with the ghost." They then visit the cemetery, and they find Earl Jenkins' grave. Chloe finds out that her electronic device has GPS, and the numbers in the code are the coordinates. The coordinates lead to the grave of Sarah Strasberg the "SS" in the code. Sarah when missing during her junior year at Metropolis University, and her body was found on a highway. She had written a few stories about the meteor rocks a few months before her death.[9]
9 "Chronicle 4" Brice Tidwell 2004
Donovan Jamison has been voted out of his job after accusations of white collar crime. Chloe visits his ex-sectary Rebecca Jones, who took over Jamison's job. She asks her about Sarah Strasberg, and Rebecca lies that she has never heard of her. Chloe reveals that she was given the scholarship for excellence in journalism while Rebecca was working for Jamison. Rebecca tells Chloe that Jamison and Sarah had a friendship as her admired her articles. Chloe's contact at city hall provides her with the name of the police officer that found Sarah's body.[10]
10 "Chronicle 5" Brice Tidwell 2004
The police report for Sarah's disappearance is apparently "thinner than Lex Luthor's hair," however it includes the name of retired sheriff Wink Waid. He death report gives the cause as seizures, however the cause were unknown. Sarah had red algae stains on her clothes, hands and under her nails. The only place that had red algae that season was a small creator pond.[11]
11 "Chronicle 6" Brice Tidwell 2004
Chloe and Pete visit the woods that contained the creak. Chloe then hears a noise. Pete goes another way to find the pond, leaving Chloe by herself. They then find each other at the pond, however Pete soon disappears. Chloe is then attacked from behind, and she says "it's you".[12]
12 "Chronicle 7" Brice Tidwell May 26 2004
 ? Not on the DVDs

Vengence Chronicles: 2006[edit]

Ep # Title Writer(s) Director Airdate
13 "Chloe" 2006
Comming soon
14 "Vengeance: Dark Hero" 2006
Comming soon
15 "Help from a Friend" 2006
Comming soon
16 "Yang" 2006
Comming soon
17 "33.1" March 2, 2006
Comming soon
18 "The Mansion Dance" March 9, 2006
Comming soon
19 "A New Kinda Loft Scene" March 16, 2006
Comming soon


References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c Simpson, Paul (March 2004). Smallville: The Official Companion Season 2. London: Titan Books. pp. 154—155. ISBN 1840239476.  Check date values in: |date= (help)
  2. ^ "Introduction". Smallville: Chloe Chronicles. Season 1. Episode 1. 2003. 1:31 minutes in. AOL. 
  3. ^ "Chronicle 1". Smallville: Chloe Chronicles. Season 1. Episode 2. 2003. 3:16 minutes in. The WB.com. 
  4. ^ "Chronicle 2". Smallville: Chloe Chronicles. Season 1. Episode 3. 2003. 3:56 minutes in. The WB.com. 
  5. ^ "Chronicle 3". Smallville: Chloe Chronicles. Season 1. Episode 4. 2003. 3:32 minutes in. The WB.com. 
  6. ^ "Chronicle 4". Smallville: Chloe Chronicles. Season 1. Episode 5. 2003. 2:39 minutes in. The WB.com. 
  7. ^ "Chronicle 1". Smallville: Chloe Chronicles Volume II. Season 2. Episode 1. 2004. 1:58 minutes in. The WB.com. 
  8. ^ "Chronicle 2". Smallville: Chloe Chronicles Volume II. Season 2. Episode 2. 2004. 3:38 minutes in. The WB.com. 
  9. ^ "Chronicle 3". Smallville: Chloe Chronicles Volume II. Season 2. Episode 3. 2004. 3:32 minutes in. The WB.com. 
  10. ^ "Chronicle 4". Smallville: Chloe Chronicles Volume II. Season 2. Episode 4. 2004. 3:31 minutes in. The WB.com. 
  11. ^ "Chronicle 5". Smallville: Chloe Chronicles Volume II. Season 2. Episode 5. 2004. 3:32 minutes in. The WB.com. 
  12. ^ "Chronicle 6". Smallville: Chloe Chronicles Volume II. Season 2. Episode 6. 2004. 3:02 minutes in. The WB.com. 

Some Sources[edit]

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    • Chloe’s Chronicles first began airing on AOL, but later made its way to Britain's Channel 4 website.
    • The first volume featured an unnamed cameraman, who followed Chloe around as she investigated the story of Earl Jenkins, who worked as a janitor in the LuthorCorp plant and who suffered from kryptonite induced "Jitters".
    • The series found connections to the show's Dr. Steven Hamilton, and a cloning project that involved the use of kryptonite.
    • It was Mark Warshaw, who ran the show's website and was in charge of the DVDs, who came up with the idea of featuring an online show centered on Allison Mack’s character Chloe. The series would wrap up "unfinished business” from the television show.
    • Allison Mack describes the show as "very Nancy Drew and mysterious". She continues, "I think it’s a bit more like The X-Files or NYPD Blue. The Chronicles are like a detective story, with Chloe following clues and interviewing people, going from spot to spot, figuring things out."
    • In the first volume, the series would foreshadow later events in season three, as Chloe tries to uncover the truth behind LuthorCorp.
    • The scripts for the webisodes were writing by Brice Tidwell.
    • Lucia Walters returned as Belinda Jenkins from "Jitters".
    • Mack was given script approval for the series, allowing her to review and make changes to the script as she saw fit.
    • Warshaw communicated regularly with Gough and Millar so that he could find more unique ways to expand Smallville stories over to Chloe’s Chronicles.

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& various un-credited

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Character Ep 1 Ep 2 Ep 3 Ep 4 Ep 5 Ep 6 Ep 7 Ep 8 Ep 9 Ep 10 Ep 11 Ep 12 Ep 13 Ep 14 Ep 15 Ep 16 Ep 17 Ep 18 Ep 19 Ep 20 Ep 21 Ep 22 Ep 23 Ep 24 Total
Lucas
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Nathan
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Peyton
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Haley
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Brooke
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Dan
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Whitey
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Keith
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Character Ep 1 Ep 2 Ep 3 Ep 4 Ep 5 Ep 6 Ep 7 Ep 8 Ep 9 Ep 10 Ep 11 Ep 12 Ep 13 Ep 14 Ep 15 Ep 16 Ep 17 Ep 18 Ep 19 Ep 20 Ep 21 Ep 22 Total
Lucas
Nathan
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Haley
Brooke
Dan
Whitey
Keith
Karen
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Character Ep 1 Ep 2 Ep 3 Ep 4 Ep 5 Ep 6 Ep 7 Ep 8 Ep 9 Ep 10 Ep 11 Ep 12 Ep 13 Ep 14 Ep 15 Ep 16 Ep 17 Ep 18 Ep 19 Ep 20 Ep 21 Ep 22 Total
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Season II[edit]

Character Ep 1 Ep 2 Ep 3 Ep 4 Ep 5 Ep 6 Ep 7 Ep 8 Ep 9 Ep 10 Ep 11 Ep 12 Ep 13 Ep 14 Ep 15 Ep 16 Ep 17 Ep 18 Ep 19 Ep 20 Ep 21 Ep 22 Ep 23 Total
Lucas
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OTH[edit]

Name Actor or actress Seasons Episode count
Bevin Mirskey Bevin Prince 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 33*
A cheerleader, and friend of Brooke, Peyton, Rachel and Haley. She dated Skills Taylor while in high school, and now works in Macy*s.
Tim Smith Brett Claywell 1, 2, 3, 5 33
Tim was Nathan's best friend until Nathan married Haley. He now attends a school for "slower students. In season 5 he is a pizza-boy and has a son named Nathan.
Jake Jagielski Bryan Greenberg 1, 2, 3 25
Jake was a player for the Tree Hill Ravens and it was revealed he had a daughter named Jenny. He dated Peyton but due to complications with Jenny's mother Nikki he now lives in Savannah.
Junk Moretti Cullen Moss 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 21
Junk is one of the players from the River Court. He now lives with Mouth, Skills and Fergie.
Ferguson "Fergie" Thompson Vaughn Wilson 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 21
Fergie is another one of the players from the River Court. He attends the Prom by himself. He is usually seen with Skills and Junk.
Principal Turner Shawn Shepard 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 18
Principal Turner is the principal at Tree Hill High School. He suspended Peyton for wearing a shirt with "Dyke" painted on it. When the time capsule is released, he asks Whitey if he is sure it is the one from last year. He and Whitey have to turn off the schools power. They eventually send everyone home. He fired Haley from tutoring when Rachel Gatina pretended that she stole the test papers. Haley was fired because she was the one who tutored Rachel. He also expelled Rachel Gatina for this. When Rachel appears at prom, he tells her she isn't allowed on school property. She asks "what are you going to do, expel me?” He then tells her he’ll call the police. She walks off and tells him he’ll hear from her lawyer about the sexual harassment charges she’ll lie about. Dan Scott then gives him some alcohol to help him relax. He stopped Haley from being valedictorian because Nathan point shaved, however he later changes his mind as he has a wife and he wouldn't like her to be punished for his actions. Brooke tells him that she was the one who stole the test papers; he still lets her graduate as she is going to study fashion. At graduation he let Rachel graduate however she wasn't there. When Haley is having a hard time to get her class to respect her, he sits in with her
Andy Hargrove Kieren Hutchison 2, 5 17
Andy is a rich teacher at Karen's collage. The two began dating but after his mom becomes ill her returns to New Zealand. Karen visits him but they break up as she doesn't want to have children.
Chris Keller Tyler Hilton 2, 3, 4 16
Chris played at the night club Tric and later convinced Haley to go on tour with him. Haley then left the tour.
Gigi Silveri Kelsey Chow 3, 4 12
Gigi becomes an announcer for ravenshoops.com. She dated Mouth but ended it as he was going to college and she is still in high school.
Larry Sawyer Kevin Kilner and
Thomas Ian Griffith
1, 3 11
Before One Tree Hill began, Larry was married to Anna Sawyer, but she died in a car crash one day when she went to pick up her daughter Peyton at school. Since Peyton didn't know she was adopted and he didn't want to cause her more pain, he never told her that her "real" mother was actually Ellie Harp and prevented her from getting anywhere near Peyton during the following years. In Season 1, he was a boat captain, most of the time away on one of his trips, but he decided to stay for Peyton after seeing one of her drawing on the THUD magazine (one with a daughter saying goodbye to a boat). He also began a relationship with (Karen Roe) after they chaperonned the players and cheerleaders together at one of the championships. At the end of the season, he went for another contract and also took Jake Jagielski and his daughter Jenny away from Tree Hill in order to protect them from Nikki, jenny's mother. He was absent during Season 2 and came back in Season 3 when Ellie Harp showed up at his doorstep. He was at first reluctant to let her see Peyton (just like he was during her numerous attempts before), but changed his mind when he discovered she had (breast cancer) and was dying. He also welcomed (Brooke Davis) into his house after she moved out of her apartment, and advised his daughter to follow her heart to know who to be with romantically, leading Peyton to choose (Jake over Pete Wentz) from (Fall Out Boy), though she would eventually choose (Lucas Scott). Larry is currently on another trip and hasn't been seen since the end of Season 3.
Anna Taggaro Daniella Alonso 2 11
Anna was a bi-sexual who dated Lucas Scott. She kissed Peyton Sawyer and after coming out toparents returns to boarding school with her girlfriend.
Felix Taggaro Michael Copon 2 11
Felix dated Brooke Davis. He painted "dyke" on Peyton's locker to protect his sister. He was later sent to military school for this.
Emily "Jules" Chambers Maria Menounos 2 10
Jules is a woman who Dan paid to fall in love with Keith Scott and then break his heart. She actually did fall in love with Keith, but left on their wedding day.
Nicki Emmanuelle Vaugier 1, 2 10
Nicki was Jenny's mother and Jakes ex-girlfriend. She wanted custody of Jenny, but Jake wouldn't allow it. She now awaits the custody trial in Savannah.
Principal Turner Shawn Shepard 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 18
Principal Turner Shawn Shepard 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 18
Principal Turner Shawn Shepard 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 18
Principal Turner Shawn Shepard 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 18
Principal Turner Shawn Shepard 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 18


OTH eps[edit]

Season 1[edit]

Ep # Title Writer(s) Director(s) Airdate
1 "Pilot" Mark Schwahn Brian Gordon September 23, 2003
2 "The Places You Have Come to Fear the Most" Mark Schwahn Brian Gordon September 30, 2003
3 "Are You True?" Jennifer Cecil Michael Grossman October 7, 2003
4 "Crash Into You" Mark Perry David Carson October 14, 2003
5 "All That You Can't Leave Behind"
aka "Where I End and You Begin"
Ann Hamilton and Mark Schwahn David Carson October 21, 2003
6 "Every Night is Another Story" Mike Kelley Jason Moore October 28, 2003
7 "Life in a Glass House" Mike Kelley Robert Duncan McNeill November 4, 2003
8 "The Search for Something More" Jennifer Cecil John T. Kretchmer November 11, 2003
9 "With Arms Outstretched" Mark Schwahn Byan Gordan November 18, 2003
10 "You Gotta Go There to Come Back" Mike Kelley Keith Samples January 20, 2004
11 "The Living Years" Mark Perry Thomas J. Wright January 27, 2004
12 "Crash Course in Polite Conversations" Jessica Queller Sandy Smolan February 3, 2004
13 "Hanging by a Moment" Mark Schwahn John Behring February 10, 2004
14 "I Shall Believe" Jennifer Cecil Greg Prange February 17, 2004
15 "Suddenly Everything Has Changed" Mark Perry David Carson February 24, 2004
16 "The First Cut is the Deepest" Mike Kelley Robert Duncan McNeill March 2, 2004
17 "Spirit in the Night" Terrence Coli Duane Clatk April 6, 2004
18 "To Wish Impossible Things" Mark Schwahn Billy Dickson April 13, 2004
19 "How Can You Be Sure?" Karyn Usher Thomas J. Wright April 20, 2004
20 "What Is and What Should Never Be" Edwaed Kitsis and Adam Horowitz Perry Lang April 27, 2004
21 "The Leaving Song" Jennifer Cecil and Mark Perry Davis Carson May 4, 2004
22 "The Games That Play Us" Mark Schwahn Greg Prange May 11, 2004

Season 2[edit]

Ep # Title Writer(s) Director(s) Airdate
23(1) "The Desperate Kingdom of Love" Mark Schwahn Greg Prange September 21, 2004
24(2) "Truth Doesn't Make a Noise" Mark Perry Billy Dickson September 28, 2004
25(3) "Near Wild Heaven" James Stoteraux and Chad Fiveash Greg Prange October 5, 2004
26(4) "You Can't Always Get What You Want" Jennifer Cecil Joanna Kerns October 12, 2004
27(5) "I Will Dare" Mark Schwahn Thomas J. Wright October 19, 2004
28(6) "We Might as Well Be Strangers" Terrence Coli Sandy Bookstaver October 26, 2004
29(7) "Let the Reigns Go Loose" R. Lee Fleming, Jr. David Paymer November 2, 2004
30(8) "Truth, Bitter Truth" Stacy Rukeyser Billy Dickson November 9, 2004
31(9) "The Trick is to Keep Breathing" James Stoteraux and Chad Fiveash John Asher November 16, 2004
32(10) "Don't Take Me for Granted" Mark Schwahn Lev L. Spiro November 30, 2004
33(11) "The Heart Brings You Back" Mark Perry Matt Shakman January 25, 2005
34(12) "Between Order and Randomness" Terrence Coli Bethany Rooney February 1, 2005
35(13) "The Hero Dies in This One" Jennifer Cecil Kevin Dowling February 8, 2005
36(14) "The Quiet Things That No One Ever Knows" R. Lee Fleming, Jr. Babu Subramaniam February 15, 2005
37(15) "Unopened Letter to the World" Mark Schwahn Greg Prange February 22, 2005
38(16) "Somewhere a Clock is Ticking" Stacy Rukeyser Billy Dickson March 1, 2005
39(17) "Something I Can Never Have" Mike Herro and David Strauss Paul Johansson April 19, 2005
40(18) "The Lonesome Road" John Norris Thomas J. Wright April 26, 2005
41(19) "I'm Wide Awake, It's Morning" Mark Schwahn Thomas J. Wright May 3, 2005
42(20) "Lifetime Piling Up" Mark Perry Les Butler May 10, 2005
43(21) "What Could Have Been" Jennifer Cecil Bethany Rooney May 17, 2005
44(22) "The Tide That Left and Never Came Back" Mark Schwahn Thomas J. Wright May 24, 2005
45(23) "The Leavers Dance" Mark Schwahn Greg Prange May 24, 2005

Season 3[edit]

Ep # Title Writer(s) Director(s) Airdate
46(1) "Like You Like an Arsonist" Mark Schwahn Greg Prange October 5, 2005
47(2) "From the Edge of the Deep Green Sea" Mark Schwahn Kevin Dowling October 12, 2005
48(3) "First Day on a Brand New Planet" Terrence Coli Billy Dickson October 19, 2005
49(4) "An Attempt to Tip the Scales" Stacy Rukeyser Janice Cooke October 26, 2005
50(5) "A Multitude of Casualties" R. Lee Fleming, Jr Thomas J. Wright November 2, 2005
51(6) "Locked Hearts and Hand Grenades" James Stoteraux and Chad Fiveash Marita Grabiak November 9, 2005
52(7) "Champagne for My Real Friends,
Real Pain for My Sham Friends"
Mark Schwahn Paul Johansson November 16, 2005
53(8) "The Worst Day Since Yesterday" Mike Herro and David Strauss John Asher November 30, 2005
54(9) "How a Resurrection Really Feels" Mark Schwahn Greg Prange December 7, 2005
55(10) "Brave New World" John A. Norris John Asher January 11, 2006
56(11) "Return of the Future" Terrence Coli Bethany Rooney January 18, 2006
57(12) "I've Got Dreams to Remember" Mike Herro and David Strauss Stuart Gillard January 25, 2006
58(13) "The Wind That Blew My Heart Away" Stacy Rukeyser David Jackson February 1, 2006
59(14) "All Tomorrow's Parties" Anna Lotto David Paymer February 8, 2006
60(15) "Just Watch the Fireworks" James Stoteraux and Chad Fiveash Billy Dickson February 15, 2006
61(16) "With Tired Eyes, Tired
Minds, Tired Souls, We Slept"
Mark Schwahn Greg Prange March 1, 2006
62(17) "Who Will Survive, and
What Will Be Left of Them"
Mark Schwahn John Asher March 29, 2006
63(18) "When it Isn't Like it Should Be" R. Lee Fleming, Jr. Paul Johansson April 5, 2006
64(19) "I Slept with Someone in Fall Out Boy
and All I Got Was This Stupid Song
Written About Me"
William H. Brown Moira Kelly April 12, 2006
65(20) "Everyday is a Sunday Evening" Mark Schwahn Billy Dickson April 19, 2006
66(21) "Over the Hills and Far Away" Mark Schwahn Thomas J. Wright April 26, 2006
67(22) "The Show Must Go On" Mark Schwahn Mark Schwahn May 3, 2006

Season 4[edit]

Ep # Title Writer(s) Director Airdate
68(1) "The Same Deep Water as You" Mark Schwahn Greg Prange September 27, 2006
69(2) "Things I Forgot at Birth" Mark Schwahn Greg Prange October 4, 2006
70(3) "Good News for People Who Love Bad News" Mike Herro and David Strauss John Asher October 11, 2006
71(4) "Can't Stop This Thing We've Started" Terrance Coli Bethany Rooney October 18, 2006
72(5) "I Love You But I've Chosen Darkness" Mark Schwahn Stuart Gillard October 25, 2006
73(6) "Where Did You Sleep Last Night?" William H. Brown Paul Johansson November 8, 2006
74(7) "All These Things That I've Done" Adele Lim David Jackson November 15, 2006
75(8) "Nothing Left to Say But Goodbye" John A. Norris Janice Cooke November 22, 2006
76(9) "Some You Give Away" Mark Schwahn Greg Prange November 29, 2006
77(10) "Songs to Love and Die By" Mark Schwahn John Asher December 6, 2006
78(11) "Everything in Its Right Place" Dawn Urbont Michael Lange January 17, 2007
79(12) "Resolve" Michelle Furtney-Goodman Moira Kelly January 24, 2007
80(13) "Pictures of You" Mark Schwahn Les Butler February 7, 2007
81(14) "Sad Songs for Dirty Lovers" William H. Brown Janice Cooke February 14, 2007
82(15) "Prom Night at Hater High" Mike Herro and David Strauss Paul Johansson February 21, 2007
83(16) "You Call it Madness, But I Call it Love" Terrence Coli Thomas J. Wright May 2, 2007
84(17) "It Gets the Worst at Night" Mark Schwahn and Jim Lee Greg Prange May 9, 2007
85(18) "The Runaway Found" Mark Schwahn David Jackson May 16, 2007
86(19) "Ashes of Dreams You Let Die" John A. Norris Michael Lange May 30, 2007
87(20) "The Birth and Death of the Day" Mark Schwahn Greg Prange June 6, 2007
88(21) "All of a Sudden I Miss Everyone" Mark Schwahn Mark Schwahn June 13, 2007

Season 5[edit]

Ep # Title Writer(s) Director Airdate
89(1) "4 Years, 6 Months, 2 Days" Mark Schwahn Greg Prange January 8, 2008
90(2) "Racing Like a Pro" Mark Schwahn Paul Johansson January 8, 2008
91(3) "My Way Home is Through You" John A. Norris David Jackson January 15, 2008
92(4) "It's All Right, Ma (I'm Only Bleeding)" Adele Lim Janice Cooke January 22, 2008
93(5) "I Forgot to Remember to Forget" Terrence Coli Liz Friedlander January 29, 2008
94(6) "Don't Dream It's Over" Mark Schwahn Thomas J. Wright February 5, 2008
95(7) "In Da Club" Mike Herro and David Strauss Greg Prange February 12, 2008
96(8) "Please Please Please Let Me Get What I Want" Mike Daniels Paul Johansson February 19, 2008



Season pages[edit]

1[edit]

Title Writer(s) Director Airdate Ep #
"Pilot" Mark Schwahn Brian Gordon September 23, 2003 1
Aside from a love for hoops, it would seem that Lucas and Nathan are two young men with little in common, but they are bound by the dark secret that they share the same father. Nathan is the star of the high school basketball team and local town hero, while Lucas is the only child of a single working mom. Now the two boys' lives collide when a twist of fate puts Lucas on Nathan's team and the half-brothers compete, not only for control of the court, but also for the heart of Nathan's beautiful girlfriend, Peyton.[1]
"The Places You Have Come to Fear the Most" Mark Schwahn Brian Gordon September 30, 2003 2
Lucas blows his first varsity game and decides to quit the team. The wedge between Nathan and Peyton continues to grow after Peyton tires of Nathan's jabs at Lucas. Meanwhile, Keith forces Karen to deal with her feelings for Dan after she refuses to step foot in the high school gym to support her son.
"Are You True?" Jennifer Cecil Michael Grossman October 7, 2003 3
Annoyed by Lucas's growing popularity, Nathan searches for his weak spot and finds it in Haley James - Lucas's best friend. After convincing the team to aggressively haze Lucas, Nathan seeks tutoring help from Haley and tries to befriend the girl. After all, nothing could hurt Lucas more than seeing his best friend help his worst rival. Meanwhile, Brooke develops feelings for Lucas. Karen must face some not-so-friendly acquaintances from the past. And Peyton becomes furious with Lucas when she discovers that he secretly submitted her drawings to a local newspaper.
"Crash Into You" Mark Perry David Carson October 14, 2003 4
Haley is apprehensive when Lucas decides to go with the team to an after-party at Nathan's beach house. When Lucas sees the wealth that was denied him, he finally confronts his mother about why she let Dan ignore them. Meanwhile, when Nathan's mom returns home to hear her son was involved in a hit-and-run, she turns to Karen for advice.
"All That You Can't Leave Behind"
aka "Where I End and You Begin"
Ann Hamilton and Mark Schwahn David Carson October 21, 2003 5
Lucas asks Keith to play with him in the annual "Father and Son" basketball game, and realizes he got the better father figure after Dan publicly humiliates Nathan on the court. Meanwhile, Peyton turns down Nathan’s attempts to make up; she is actually having a hard time dealing with the anniversary of her mother's death and finds a comforting ally in Whitey. Haley continues tutoring Nathan and their developing friendship bothers Lucas.
"Every Night is Another Story" Mike Kelley Jason Moore October 28, 2003 6
When Whitey throws Lucas and Nathan off the bus for misconduct, the two boys wind up stranded thirty miles from home. On the long walk home, they encounter a carload of punks who kidnap them at gunpoint. Injured during the game, Brooke needs Peyton to drive her home and Haley reluctantly accepts a ride with them. Meanwhile, Karen and Keith attend a business function, and tempers flare when Dan and Deb are seated at their table.
"Life in a Glass House" Mike Kelley Robert Duncan McNeill November 4, 2003 7
The night of Dan and Deb's annual basketball appreciation party stirs up old wounds and new feelings. As Karen makes a new friend, Keith faces off with Dan once again and Lucas finally makes his move on Peyton. Meanwhile, Haley and Nathan grow closer until Brooke spreads a vicious rumor that leaves Haley devastated.
"The Search for Something More" Jennifer Cecil John T. Kretchmer November 11, 2003 8
Looking for some fun, Brooke and Peyton crash a college party, but things turn ugly when one of the guys in the dorm drugs Peyton. After Brooke calls Lucas for help, the two bond over caring for a sleeping Peyton, prompting Lucas to look at Brooke in a new light. Meanwhile, Haley gives Nathan another chance and the two go on their first date.
"With Arms Outstretched" Mark Schwahn Byan Gordan November 18, 2003 9
After fighting with his father and Haley, Nathan succumbs to the pressure he is feeling and takes amphetamines to help his game. However, he isn't prepared for the destruction the drugs do to both his body and his family. Meanwhile, Peyton goes to Lucas to rekindle their relationship, but when she arrives at his house, she catches him with Brooke.
"You Gotta Go There to Come Back" Mike Kelley Keith Samples January 20, 2004 10
Lucas decides if he wants to date Brooke or Peyton. Elsewhere, Whitey cancels practice to help the team refocus. Dan takes Nathan on a weekend outing in an attempt to reconcile with his wife and son; and Deb and Haley plan an open-mike night at the cafe.
"The Living Years" Mark Perry Thomas J. Wright January 27, 2004 11
After quitting the basketball team, Nathan takes advantage of his extra free time to see more of Haley. The couple spend an afternoon at his beach house, where the liquor flows. The Scott's see a therapist to try to fix their family problems, but the distance between Deb and Dan continues to grow. Meanwhile, Brooke grows jealous of Peyton's growing bond with Lucas.
"Crash Course in Polite Conversations" Jessica Queller Sandy Smolan February 3, 2004 12
After Peyton receives the devastating news that her father is lost at sea, she and Lucas take an overnight trip to Hilton Head to identify a body that has washed ashore. Overcome with emotion, Peyton kisses Lucas. Meanwhile, an unexpected visit from Dan's parents leaves the Scott family in turmoil, as numerous family secrets are revealed at Dan's birthday dinner.
"Hanging by a Moment" Mark Schwahn John Behring February 10, 2004 13
On their way to pick up Karen from the airport, Keith and Lucas' car collides with an oncoming vehicle and an unconscious Lucas is left fighting for his life. Having witnessed the accident, Dan races Lucas to the hospital and must acknowledge that Lucas is his son in order to save his life. Meanwhile, Peyton decides to tell Brooke about the kiss she and Lucas shared.
"I Shall Believe" Jennifer Cecil Greg Prange February 17, 2004 14
While holding a vigil at Lucas' bedside as he lays in a coma, Karen meets her son's new girlfriend, and learns that Deb and Dan are divorcing. Most shocking of all, Karen is horrified to discover that Keith was drinking while driving at the time of the accident. Meanwhile, Nathan tries to win Haley back after she dumps him.
"Suddenly Everything Has Changed" Mark Perry David Carson February 24, 2004 15
After his near-death experience, Lucas decides he made the wrong choice between Brooke and Peyton so he breaks things off with Brooke and secretly rekindles his romance with Peyton. However, the truth becomes obvious after he is rushed to the emergency room again and the girls come face to face in the hospital. Meanwhile, unable to pay his mortgage after paying Lucas' hospital bill, Keith puts his garage up for sale.
"The First Cut is the Deepest" Mike Kelley Robert Duncan McNeill March 2, 2004 16
Nathan must decide which parent to live with after the divorce, but Dan decides to force his hand by threatening to reveal Deb's darkest secrets in court unless Nathan chooses him. Meanwhile, Lucas meets a beautiful stranger who starts his head spinning. Grammy Award-winner Sheryl Crow appears as herself and performs the song "The First Cut Is The Deepest" in Karen's Cafe.
"Spirit in the Night" Terrence Coli Duane Clatk April 6, 2004 17
The gang hits the road to Charlotte where Brooke is determined to win first place at the annual cheerleading competition. But when one of her squad falls ill, Peyton begs Haley to step into the cheerleader's shoes for a day. Meanwhile, after Whitey assigns Lucas and Nathan to the same room, tempers flare and Haley is caught in the middle.
"To Wish Impossible Things" Mark Schwahn Billy Dickson April 13, 2004 18
Lucas, Nathan and Jake are auctioned off to the highest bidder in the annual "Boy Toy" charity auction and the night leads to surprising developments with old flames. Meanwhile, having missed out on the auction, Brooke ends up with Mouth and gives him the night of his life.
"How Can You Be Sure?" Karyn Usher Thomas J. Wright April 20, 2004 19
Lucas finds out that Brooke is pregnant and must make a decision regarding the pregnancy. Brooke gives Lucas the cold shoulder regarding the situation. Haley considers having sex with Nathan.
"What Is and What Should Never Be" Edwaed Kitsis and Adam Horowitz Perry Lang April 27, 2004 20
Nathan looks for an after-school job to pay his rent and looks forward to the party that night that Haley is throwing for him. However, Haley panics when things get out of control. Brooke realizes that she isn't considered a "close friend" so she goes to a bar and meets the infamous Nikki whom she chooses to crash the party with.
"The Leaving Song" Jennifer Cecil and Mark Perry Davis Carson May 4, 2004 21
Dan becomes temporary coach of the basketball team when Whitey has to have eye surgery; no else thinks this is really a good idea. Haley finds objectional material on Nathan's laptop and gets offended. Peyton and Brooke are to blame for Nikki kidnapping Jenny and Jake gets upset - and worried. Lucas decides on a complicated decision. Nathan finds that he is pressuring Haley for sex in ways he knows not. And Keith and Karen are at odds on their relationship. Dan finally gives those divorce papers.
"The Games That Play Us" Mark Schwahn Greg Prange May 11, 2004 22
In the first season finale, Lucas and Nathan bear the brunt of Dan's abuse as he coaches them into the playoffs, pushing both of them to their breaking points. Lucas is stunned when Haley's reconciliation with Nathan heightens the intensity of their relationship. Meanwhile, Whitey learns that his medical condition may be more serious than he first expected, and Dan learns a shocking secret from Deb.

2[edit]

Title Writer(s) Director Airdate Ep #
"The Desperate Kingdom of Love" Mark Schwahn Greg Prange September 21, 2004 1
In the second season premiere, after Lucas and Keith learn that Dan had a heart attack and is still in the hospital, they decide it is best for them to return to Tree Hill. When Deb learns about Haley and Nathan's marriage, she grows hostile. Meanwhile, angry that Lucas left Tree Hill without saying goodbye, Peyton and Brooke try to mend their friendship.[2]
"Truth Doesn't Make a Noise" Mark Perry Billy Dickson September 28, 2004 2
With the assistance of Peyton and Brooke, Lucas throws Nathan and Haley a wedding reception. Although Haley's parents support the marriage, Deb has a difficult time accepting it. Meanwhile, Dan's recent heart attack causes him to try and mend his relationships with Deb and Lucas.
"Near Wild Heaven" James Stoteraux and Chad Fiveash Greg Prange October 5, 2004 3
Although Nathan and Haley are already married, Tim insists on throwing Nathan a post-wedding bachelor party, while Brooke throws Haley a bachelorette party. Meanwhile, Lucas tries to decide whether he should visit Dan in the hospital. Karen decides to go back to school. Nathan gets a job working for Keith at Dan's dealership.
"You Can't Always Get What You Want" Jennifer Cecil Joanna Kerns October 12, 2004 4
Brooke's new neighbor quickly makes his presence felt among the Tree Hill gang and even comes to Brooke's rescue when she is caught shoplifting. Nathan and Haley have their first post-wedding argument when he buys her a gift rather than a much-needed car. Lucas' attempt to help Dan with rehab ends in disaster when Dan reverts to his old ways. Peyton tries to organize an all-ages club and is tempted to try cocaine to seal the deal.
"I Will Dare" Mark Schwahn Thomas J. Wright October 19, 2004 5
Felix organizes a "dare night" to test the limits of his new classmates. While out playing the game, Lucas meets a mysterious new girl, Anna. Peyton tearfully confesses to the church that she recently tried cocaine and Keith is caught off guard when a beautiful woman comes to the shop and begins flirting with him. Meanwhile, Karen goes on a date with Andy, her younger professor.
"We Might as Well Be Strangers" Terrence Coli Sandy Bookstaver October 26, 2004 6
After Dare Night resulted in new arrangements; a midnight meteor shower finds Lucas sharing a romantic night with Anna. Andy surprises Karen with a dinner and Keith cooks for Jules on their first date. Brooke finds herself forming a mutually beneficial relationship with Felix, and Peyton sets out to find an opening act for her club.
"Let the Reigns Go Loose" R. Lee Fleming, Jr. David Paymer November 2, 2004 7
The opening of Karen's club "TRIC" brings together the people of Tree Hill. Lucas and Felix come to blows over Anna. After Chris quits his gig the night of the club opening, Haley must face her fear of performing to save the night for Peyton. Although Mouth tends to Brooke while she is drunk, Felix sneaks in and attempts to take the credit. Keith and Jules realize their relationship has reached a new level, while Dan tells Karen that Deb slept with Keith.
"Truth, Bitter Truth" Stacy Rukeyser Billy Dickson November 9, 2004 8
The girls of Tree Hill have a slumber party, at which time secrets are revealed and bonds are made. Meanwhile, Nathan and Lucas road trip to Charlotte for a basketball game, and unknowingly to Lucas, they embark upon free HCM tests, a genetic heart condition that Dan maintains. Karen and Andy have a row.
"The Trick is to Keep Breathing" James Stoteraux and Chad Fiveash John Asher November 16, 2004 9
Lucas takes Anna to the semi-formal but by the end of the night ends up with Brooke. Haley arrives late to the formal which angers Nathan; because he finds out that she has been spending time with Chris. Meanwhile, Peyton struggles with pressure to do drugs.
"Don't Take Me for Granted" Mark Schwahn Lev L. Spiro November 30, 2004 10
Nathan is concerned about Lucas's health, so he tells Karen that Lucas didn't take the heart test. Dan offers Keith to continue working at the dealership-as vice president. At school, Peyton must confront the rumors going around that she is a lesbian. This affects her friendship with Anna. And for Nathan and Haley, they begin to grow apart.
"The Heart Brings You Back" Mark Perry Matt Shakman January 25, 2005 11
Haley is surprised when her older sister Taylor comes to town, but not as shocked as Nathan, who recognizes Taylor from a past tryst. Brooke and Felix decide to become boyfriend and girlfriend. Jake makes a special visit to Peyton. Anna tells a secret to Lucas.
"Between Order and Randomness" Terrence Coli Bethany Rooney February 1, 2005 12
Nathan comes clean with Haley about his past relationship with Taylor, although Haley continues to emails Chris without telling Nathan and Taylor finds out. Lucas and Karen remain at odds over his refusal to take the HCM test. Keith proposes to Jules. Meanwhile, Brooke fights for better working conditions at her new job. Lucas decides to take the HCM test.
"The Hero Dies in This One" Jennifer Cecil Kevin Dowling February 8, 2005 13
When Michelle Branch & Jessica Harp from the band "The Wreckers" perform at TRIC, Haley realizes her passion is to pursue her music career. Meanwhile, Lucas decides to move in with Dan, straining his relationships with both Karen and Nathan. Brooke runs for student council president, but quickly realizes she is taking on more than she bargained for. Peyton and Jake's friendship grows stronger. Brooke finds out that Mouth broke her car window. Lucas gets his HCM results and aren't what they turn out to be.
"The Quiet Things That No One Ever Knows" R. Lee Fleming, Jr. Babu Subramaniam February 15, 2005 14
As his marriage with Haley continues to go wrong, Nathan goes into an emotional crisis and becomes the "bad" Nathan of the past. Karen continues to struggle and try to figure out what would cause Lucas to move in with Dan. Peyton and Jake's relationship gets greater.
"Unopened Letter to the World" Mark Schwahn Greg Prange February 22, 2005 15
When Tree Hill High does a time capsule project, the gang confesses their most intimate secrets to an anonymous video camera. Nathan's anger over Haley's absence continues to grow, landing both Lucas and Nathan in jail. Peyton and Jake's feelings for each other heat up, while Felix throws Brooke a party to celebrate her new gig as student body president. Meanwhile, when brought to court, Lucas opts to live with Dan and Deb rather than Karen.
"Somewhere a Clock is Ticking" Stacy Rukeyser Billy Dickson March 1, 2005 16
Keith and Jules' wedding day, and the event has turned the town upside down. Brooke asks Lucas to take her to the wedding as his date, Nathan makes an important decision involving his marriage to Haley, and Jake and Peyton take a big step in their relationship. Meanwhile, Karen and Andy discover Jules' secret relationship with Dan.
"Something I Can Never Have" Mike Herro and David Strauss Paul Johansson April 19, 2005 17
Keith gets violent with Dan after learning that Dan paid Jules to fall in love with Keith. Anna turns Felix in to the school authorities after learning that he was the one who vandalized Peyton's locker. Lucas and Brooke discuss Brooke's possible move. Meanwhile, Nathan chances Haley in the hope of bringing her home. Brooke decides to move in with Karen.
"The Lonesome Road" John Norris Thomas J. Wright April 26, 2005 18
On his way home from seeing Haley, Nathan stops to visit Taylor hoping for some fun and maybe more. Meanwhile, Anna gets a surprise visit from her ex-girlfriend and is inspired to tell her parents about her sexuality. Also, Lucas works with Andy to bring Dan down, Karen puts her foot down with Brooke. Peyton and Jake continue to hide baby Jenny from Nikki.
"I'm Wide Awake, It's Morning" Mark Schwahn Thomas J. Wright May 3, 2005 19
Nathan's Uncle Cooper comes into town to take Nathan and Lucas on a racing trip. On the track, Nathan and Lucas are challenged to a race by the beautiful Daytona and her smart aleck brother Jarret, but things go horribly wrong when Nathan loses control of his car and crashes into a wall. Meanwhile, Deb's addiction to pain pills intensifies and Dan exposes Andy's relationship with Karen to his class.
"Lifetime Piling Up" Mark Perry Les Butler May 10, 2005 20
Lying in a coma after his race car accident, Nathan dreams of what life would have been like if Dan had stayed with Karen and Lucas instead of marrying Deb. In this imaginary world, Lucas would have had the wealth and stature and Nathan would have been the one growing up on the wrong side of the tracks. After waking up, Nathan phones Haley and tells her he doesn't want her to come home.
"What Could Have Been" Jennifer Cecil Bethany Rooney May 17, 2005 21
Nathan is released from the hospital and returns home to a pile of unpaid bills and an eviction notice. Lucas, Peyton and Brooke throw a fundraiser at the River Court to raise money, but Dan is the one that comes to Nathan's rescue. However, his gift comes with strings - he wants Nathan to ask Haley for an annulment.
"The Tide That Left and Never Came Back" Mark Schwahn Thomas J. Wright May 24, 2005 22
In the first part of the two hour second season finale, things heat up between Lucas and Brooke after they head to New York for an overnight stay with Haley. Nathan and Deb conspire to desert Dan for good, leading to an explosive conclusion when he discovers their plan. Peyton is elated when she gets the band Jimmy Eat World to perform at TRIC in time for Jake's release from jail. Meanwhile, Andy invites Karen to spend the summer in New Zealand.
"The Leavers Dance" Mark Schwahn Greg Prange May 24, 2005 23
In the second part of the this seamless 2-hour season finale of One Tree Hill, things heat up between Lucas and Brooke since he finally tells her what he feels about her. Nathan and Deb conspire to desert Dan for good, leading to an explosive conclusion when he discovers their plan. Peyton has a shock. Meanwhile, Karen decides to spend the summer holiday in New Zealand. And at the climax of Dan's numerous deceptions someone sets the dealership on fire with him in it.

3[edit]

Title Writer(s) Director Airdate Ep #
"Like You Like an Arsonist" Mark Schwahn Greg Prange October 5, 2005 1
In the third season premiere, we finally discover Dan's fate after the fire. Besides the situation with his father, Nathan also has to deal with Haley's reappearance in Tree Hill and the future of their relationship. Meanwhile, Peyton tries to find the truth about the mysterious woman who pretends to be her mother. Also, Lucas looks forward to Brooke's return after a summer apart.[3]
"From the Edge of the Deep Green Sea" Mark Schwahn Kevin Dowling October 12, 2005 2
Brooke has an end of the summer party on the beach; Nathan is home from basketball camp; Lucas deals with Brooke's rules for dating; Peyton deals with family issues; Haley tries to tell Nathan how she feels.
"First Day on a Brand New Planet" Terrence Coli Billy Dickson October 19, 2005 3
Nathan asks Haley for a possible divorce. Lucas tells Dan he saved his life. Peyton finds out something deep about Ellie. Dan tries to drop accusations at several people about the fire. He also tries to get Whitey replaced as Ravens coach.
"An Attempt to Tip the Scales" Stacy Rukeyser Janice Cooke October 26, 2005 4
It's halloween in Tree Hill and everybody's celebrating at Tric, with special guest band Fall Out Boy. The masquerade ball gives the opportunity to Haley to win back Nathan while Brooke is trying to seduce Lucas. Also, Peyton decides to face her new mother and get to know her; Dan uses blackmail to become mayor but things don't turn out as easy as he thought they would when Deb gets in his way.
"A Multitude of Casualties" R. Lee Fleming, Jr Thomas J. Wright November 2, 2005 5
The Ravens begin basketball practice. New team captain Nathan clashes with Lucas over Haley, and a new cheerleader sets her sights on Lucas. Elsewhere, Dan's mayoral bid takes a surprising turn when an unlikely opponent emerges, Karen.
"Locked Hearts and Hand Grenades" James Stoteraux and Chad Fiveash Marita Grabiak November 9, 2005 6
Brooke makes a "Fantasy Boy Draft," after all of the cheerleaders are fighting over the same guys. Haley and Peyton continue to argue over Nathan. Dan butts heads with Karen because the election is drawing nearer. Lucas is trying to keep up with the fast pace of basketball.
"Champagne for My Real Friends, Real Pain for My Sham Friends" Mark Schwahn Paul Johansson November 16, 2005 7
The fantasy draft dates begin, Lucas finds himself with Rachel and a very familiar setting. Brooke is on a double date with an unusual couple. Mouth and Peyton hang out again. And Peyton regrets the things she says to Ellie. Karen and Deb take the campaigning for mayor, to a new level, to bring down Dan. Nathan gets mad when Chris gets close to Haley.
"The Worst Day Since Yesterday" Mike Herro and David Strauss John Asher November 30, 2005 8
As the town readies for the Ravens’ first basketball game, Lucas worries that his head and heart aren't in it. Nathan accuses Lucas of being the Ravens' weak link. Peyton and Haley mend fences to support Brooke in a time of need. When the mayoral race tightens, Dan resorts to a smear campaign.
"How a Resurrection Really Feels" Mark Schwahn Greg Prange December 7, 2005 9
It is revealed that Lucas knows who tried to kill Dan and he confronts the guilty party. Brooke, Peyton and Haley find themselves behind bars. Peyton finds her guilty conscience on the surface. Chris Keller convinces Nathan to be his wingman at a cash poker game. The residents of Tree Hill finally choose a mayor.
"Brave New World" John A. Norris John Asher January 11, 2006 10
Lucas and Peyton take a road trip together to find Ellie. While out of town, Lucas reconnects with a friend from his past. Brooke, Haley and Mouth successfully launch the Clothes Over Bro's website, only to find that demand far exceeds supply. Deb reveals to Nathan that she tried to kill Dan.
"Return of the Future" Terrence Coli Bethany Rooney January 18, 2006 11
The Ravens lose their second game in a row, so Whitey teaches them a tough lesson. Peyton and Ellie look for support for their album and hope to attract Nada Surf to the project. Meanwhile, both Dan and Haley upset Nathan, while Brooke plans a romantic thank-you for Lucas.
"I've Got Dreams to Remember" Mike Herro and David Strauss Stuart Gillard January 25, 2006 12
As the students meet with the school counselor to plan for the future, Nathan and Haley realize they want to attend different colleges across the country from one another and Brooke discovers Rachel's reasons for submitting her designs to Rogue Vogue. Meanwhile, Ellie and Peyton bond as they finish the benefit album.
"The Wind That Blew My Heart Away" Stacy Rukeyser David Jackson February 1, 2006 13
A violent rainstorm knocks out the power in Tree Hill, leading Haley to Nathan’s doorstep and Brooke out into the downpour for a dramatic confrontation with Lucas. Peyton finally confronts the truth about Ellie’s illness, while Mouth is tempted by his new friend, Rachel. Before morning, secrets are revealed, relationships are tested, and new love gets hotter than ever.
"All Tomorrow's Parties" Anna Lotto David Paymer February 8, 2006 14
Brooke is forced to grow up in a hurry when her trip to a New York City fashion show prevents her from attending an annual cheerleading tournament. Nathan and Lucas are influenced by the father of an old friend. Struggling with her mother's cancer, Peyton joins Rachel for a night of blowing off steam, and Haley and Nathan use their hotel room as the honeymoon suite they never had.
"Just Watch the Fireworks" James Stoteraux and Chad Fiveash Billy Dickson February 15, 2006 15
When someone unleashes the students' time capsule upon Tree Hill High, Lucas and Mouth must confront a person from their past. Brooke has to deal with the revelation that secrets aren't the only things she exposed in the time capsule. Dan learns to forgive Keith. Haley is forced to reconcile the man Nathan was before with the man he has become, and Peyton's Breast Cancer Benefit Concert at Tric features performances by Haley, Jack's Mannequin and the return of Fall Out Boy.
"With Tired Eyes, Tired Minds, Tired Souls, We Slept" Mark Schwahn Greg Prange March 1, 2006 16
Due to the aftermath of the release of the time capsule, chaos breaks out. Someone is holding students of Tree Hill hostage with a gun, shooting. While lives hang in the balance, Nathan and Lucas put themselves at risk to protect their friends and loved ones. Young lives are shattered and two lives will end.
"Who Will Survive, and What Will Be Left of Them" Mark Schwahn John Asher March 29, 2006 17
The aftermath of the school shooting and the death of Jimmy Edwards forces everyone in Tree Hill to examine their lives. Nathan reassesses his relationship with Haley, while Brooke and Rachel join forces to heal the student body. Dan must deal with the ramifications of shooting Keith, while Lucas and Peyton consider the implications of their kiss in the library.
"When it Isn't Like it Should Be" R. Lee Fleming, Jr. Paul Johansson April 5, 2006 18
Rachel invites the gang for a weekend getaway at her family's cabin. Craziness will ensue, including a game of "I Never" which will cause characters to do things they normally wouldn't, and a nasty little issue Mouth has been harboring toward Rachel will surface. Meanwhile, Karen will confront Dan about Keith's death. Could she suspect the truth?
"I Slept with Someone in Fall Out Boy and All I Got Was This Stupid Song Written About Me" William H. Brown Moira Kelly April 12, 2006 19
Lucas attempts to play in the first game after Keith's death, but cannot bring himself to do it; Nathan and Haley prepare to renew their vows, while Mouth tries to get closer to Rachel; Peyton receives a surprising offer; and Brooke finds a way to get revenge on Rachel.
"Everyday is a Sunday Evening" Mark Schwahn Billy Dickson April 19, 2006 20
Nathan deals with a player who is a rival both on and off the court; Brooke and Mouth look to get even with Rachel; Dan has a run-in with Cooper; and Peyton comes to a major decision.
"Over the Hills and Far Away" Mark Schwahn Thomas J. Wright April 26, 2006 21
Haley argues about her wedding dress with Brooke during the rehearsal dinner; Karen and Lucas arrive back in town; and Peyton is surprised by what she finds.
"The Show Must Go On" Mark Schwahn Mark Schwahn May 3, 2006 22
Nathan worries about Haley as they prepare to renew their vows; Deb confesses to Dan about the fire; and Peyton and Brooke's friendship becomes strained.

4[edit]

Title Writer(s) Director Airdate Ep #
"The Same Deep Water as You" Mark Schwahn Greg Prange September 27, 2006 1
In the fourth season premiere, the residents of Tree Hill must deal with the aftermath of the shocking accident that left everyone without words. In the midst of all the chaos, Dan extends his help to Karen now that she is pregnant, Lucas and Peyton's friendship continues to grow stronger, and once rivals Brooke and Rachel move past their differences and manage to become good friends. Brooke has a difficult decision to make about her relationship with Lucas and Skills decides to try out for the Ravens.[4]
"Things I Forgot at Birth" Mark Schwahn Greg Prange October 4, 2006 2
It's her eighteenth birthday, but Brooke soon realizes that she has no one but Rachel to celebrate it with. Meanwhile, Nathan continues to struggle with memories of the accident and Dan continues to be haunted by remorse over his actions against Keith.
"Good News for People Who Love Bad News" Mike Herro and David Strauss John Asher October 11, 2006 3
Peyton spends more time getting to know her newfound brother, Declan. Meanwhile, Lucas gives up on his love for Brooke and Rachel tries to start a romance with Nathan.
"Can't Stop This Thing We've Started" Terrance Coli Bethany Rooney October 18, 2006 4
Rumor surfaces that Brooke might be pregnant, causing Karen to worry as she fears that the baby might be Lucas'. Meanwhile, Rachel continues to get closer to Nathan when she confesses that she saw Keith during the accident.
"I Love You But I've Chosen Darkness" Mark Schwahn Stuart Gillard October 25, 2006 5
Nathan gets two surprises in a row, and everyone is eager to share their advice with him; Deb also shares something she picked up; and Brooke decides to celebrate. Peyton's stalker attacks her and her real brother saves her along with Lucas.
"Where Did You Sleep Last Night?" William H. Brown Paul Johansson November 8, 2006 6
Nathan struggles with money problems and reluctantly asks Dan for help; Brooke learns the new man in her life is also her new English teacher; Peyton gets help from an unexpected source; and Lucas returns to the Ravens just in time to help the team advance in the playoffs for the state championship.
"All These Things That I've Done" Adele Lim David Jackson November 15, 2006 7
Peyton returns to school, but she breaks down; Brooke's fashions are a hit at the local show; Nathan is cornered into a no-win situation by Dante; Deb takes drastic action for her addiction.
"Nothing Left to Say But Goodbye" John A. Norris Janice Cooke November 22, 2006 8
Declan tells Peyton to give Lucas a chance just as Brooke tries to make up with him; Nathan has more trouble with Duante; Rachel asks Haley to tutor her when she discovers she is failing a class.
"Some You Give Away" Mark Schwahn Greg Prange November 29, 2006 9
As the Ravens prepare for the championship, Lucas learns Nathan intends to throw the game and decides on a risky plan to even the odds; Karen insists Deb show up for her son's final game and tries to help her get there; Dan makes a last plea with Duante.
"Songs to Love and Die By" Mark Schwahn John Asher December 6, 2006 10
After a cardiac incident, Lucas has a dream in which the spirit of Keith visits and shows him how much one life can affect the lives of others, with a nod to “It's a Wonderful Life.” Elsewhere, Hayley is the victim of an accident and Dan helps out Nathan.
"Everything in Its Right Place" Dawn Urbont Michael Lange January 17, 2007 11
The aftermath of the series of unfortunate events at Tree Hill begins. Lucas returns to his everyday life, following his heart attack, and tries to rekindle his relationship with Peyton. However, things are rougher for Haley when she discovers that Nathan had more involvement in her accident than she could have ever imagined.
"Resolve" Michelle Furtney-Goodman Moira Kelly January 24, 2007 12
Haley finds herself frustrated over her injuries while Skills and Mouth help Nathan find a job as a stripper in order to earn money for the senior prom. Meanwhile, Brooke betrays Rachel in order to get with a new guy and Lucas and Peyton finally reach happiness in their relationship.
"Pictures of You" Mark Schwahn Les Butler February 7, 2007 13
A class assignment reveals the deepest secrets and desires of Lucas and the students at Tree Hill High. Worried about college prospects, Skills turns to Haley, while Nathan wrestles with Deb's suicide attempt. Chase learns that Brooke cheated on her calculus exam, while nudity and drugs run rampant in the halls of the school.
"Sad Songs for Dirty Lovers" William H. Brown Janice Cooke February 14, 2007 14
Haley confronts Brooke regarding the stolen calculus test. Lucas and Peyton consider taking their relationship to the next level as Peyton and Brooke grow closer. In Deb's absence, Nathan throws a senior party at the Scott House where a sex tape from Nathan's past surfaces.
"Prom Night at Hater High" Mike Herro and David Strauss Paul Johansson February 21, 2007 15
It's Prom day, and emotions are flying high at Tree Hill. An emotional Haley confronts Nathan about the sex tape and asks for a list of all his past sexual encounters. Meanwhile, an angry Peyton asks Lucas to skip the dance altogether, but he refuses to take no for an answer. Finally, Brooke and Peyton let out all their tension in a confrontation that can tear them apart forever.
"You Call it Madness, But I Call it Love" Terrence Coli Thomas J. Wright May 2, 2007 16
It's Prom night, but things start to go awry as Lucas discovers who was the person in the hallway when Keith was killed, and psycho Derrek holds Peyton hostage at her own house. Meanwhile, Haley and Nathan vow to be romantic with each other throughout the night, and Dan continues to win over Karen's affections.
"It Gets the Worst at Night" Mark Schwahn and Jim Lee Greg Prange May 9, 2007 17
When Mouth and Rachel's road trip goes wrong, the other teens go out to their rescue. While on the trip, Nathan and Haley get a second chance to enjoy their Prom and Peyton and Lucas decide to take their relationship to the next level. Finally, Brooke reveals the truth about the stolen calculus exam to Haley.
"The Runaway Found" Mark Schwahn David Jackson May 16, 2007 18
Brooke and Peyton finally rekindle their friendship, Nathan's past mistakes continue to haunt him and Haley, and Lucas hears a shocking confession from the witness to Keith's murder.
"Ashes of Dreams You Let Die" John A. Norris Michael Lange May 30, 2007 19
As the end of the school year approaches, Peyton considers participating in a music internship in Los Angeles, while Brooke tries to reconnect with Chase through yearbook signatures, and Haley struggles to write her valedictorian speech. Meanwhile, Dan suggests that Lucas get professional help when Karen worries about his obsession with theories about Keith's murder.
"The Birth and Death of the Day" Mark Schwahn Greg Prange June 6, 2007 20
As graduation approaches, Haley prepares for the recital of her valedictorian speech and motherhood, Nathan must adjust to life without basketball, Brooke makes a confession that may have great consequences, and Lucas confronts Dan after Karen's life is threatened.
"All of a Sudden I Miss Everyone" Mark Schwahn Mark Schwahn June 13, 2007 21
Dan must face the harsh consequences of his decision to murder Keith as Karen and Haley's pregnancies complicate the lives of Nathan and the graduating seniors of Tree Hill High. Lucas wrestles with his post-high school options, and Peyton and Brooke prepare to spend the summer in Los Angeles together.

5[edit]

Title Writer(s) Director Airdate Ep #
"4 Years, 6 Months, 2 Days" Mark Schwahn Greg Prange January 8, 2008 1
We return to Tree Hill four years later. Lucas is a bestselling author dating his editor; Peyton is an unhappy assistant at a record label in LA; Brooke is the owner of a clothing line, but finds that money can't make her happy; Haley and Nathan are in a strained marriage after Nathan was in an accident that left him temporarily paralyzed.[5]
"Racing Like a Pro" Mark Schwahn Paul Johansson January 8, 2008 2
Lucas and Skills help Jamie fix an old soap box car so he can race. Mouth gets a job, but finds that his new boss hates him; Peyton contemplates starting her own record label in Tree Hill. Haley's first day teaching at Tree Hill high is unsuccessful, and Nathan sinks into a sea of depression after his accident, pulled out by his son. Brooke resumes her role as Jamie's godmother.
"My Way Home is Through You" John A. Norris David Jackson January 15, 2008 3
Lindsey wonders about the timing of his recent creative inspiration. Brooke and Peyton make business plans, while Mouth tries to win points with his boss Alice. Lucas and Skills finally make some headway with the Ravens, while Nathan tries to wrestle free from Dan's legacy.
"It's All Right, Ma (I'm Only Bleeding)" Adele Lim Janice Cooke January 22, 2008 4
Peyton has her hands full with a musician who turns out to be problematic; Nathan's efforts to corral a defiant player are unsuccessful.
"I Forgot to Remember to Forget" Terrence Coli Liz Friedlander January 29, 2008 5
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.
"Don't Dream It's Over" Mark Schwahn Thomas J. Wright February 5, 2008 6
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. Meanwhile, Nathan begins to grow closer to Carrie, Haley continues to struggle in dealing with Quentin, and Mouth must choose sides between his co-workers or Alice.
"In Da Club" Mike Herro and David Strauss Greg Prange February 12, 2008 7
The entire gang gathers at Tric to watch band The Honorary Title perform. While Peyton and Haley are busy trying to make this event include the introduction of their new musical act as well, Carrie takes the time to get closer to Nathan. Meanwhile, Brooke sets Mouth up on a blind date, and Lindsey confronts Lucas about his meeting with Peyton. Lucas asks Lindsey to marry him.
"Please Please Please Let Me Get What I Want" Mike Daniels Paul Johansson February 19, 2008 8
Brooke continues to try to make progress in her pursuit of Owen the bartender; and Haley is conflicted about what to do regarding something she saw at Tric. Meanwhile, Mouth tries to redeem himself in the eyes of a potential new love interest; and Quentin's recent actions could negatively influence the season-opening game.

Cast[edit]

The initial season had nine major roles getting star billing. Chad Michael Murray portrayed abandoned son, and newcomer to the Tree Hill Ravens, Lucas Scott. James Lafferty played his half-brother Nathan Scott. Hilarie Burton acted as the troubled cheerleader girlfriend of Nathan, Peyton Sawyer. Bethany Joy Lenz portrayed Haley James, Lucas' best friend. Paul Johansson played Dan Scott, the father who never claimed Lucas and places too much pressure on his other son Nathan. Sophia Bush acted as party girl Brooke Davis, Peyton's best friend and fellow cheerleader. Barry Corbin played basketball coach Whitey Durham, who places Lucas on the team, much to the dislike of Dan and Nathan. Craig Sheffer portrayed Dan's brother Keith Scott, who helped raise Lucas and disagrees with Dan's choices in life. Moira Kelly acted as Lucas' mom Karen Roe, who had gotten pregnant in her senior year and left to raise him by herself when Dan went off to college. Barbara Alyn Woods portrayed the mother of Nathan, Deb Scott, who is unhappily married to Dan. Alyn Woods was originally credited as a guest star, however was moved to also starring status mid-season.

Numerous supporting characters have been given recurring appearances in the progressive storyline, including: Lee Norris as Marvin "Mouth" McFadden, Antwon Tanner as Antwon "Skills" Taylor, Brett Claywell as Tim Smith, Bryan Greenberg as Jake Jagielski, Emmanuelle Vaugier as Nicki, Thomas Ian Griffith as Larry Sawyer, Sarah Edwards as Theresa, Bevin Prince as Bevin Mirskey, Cullen Moss as Junk Moretti, Vaughn Wilson as Ferguson "Fergy" Thompson, Amy Parish as Shari Smith, Colin Fickes as Jimmy Edwards and Shawn Shepard as Principal Turner.

Crew[edit]

The season was produced by Warner Bros., Tollin/Robbins Productions and was aired on the WB Network in the U.S. The series was created by Mark Schwahn, who acted as an executive producer. Other executive producers include Mark B. Perry, Michael Tollin, Brian Robbins and Joe Davola. Mark Schwahn served as the seasons show runner.


Main characters[edit]

Characters are listed by credit order and alphabetically. "Starring season(s)" refers to the season in which an actor or actress received star billing for playing a character. "Guest season(s) identifies a season in which an actor or actress appeared, but received guest star or special guest star billing.


Name Starring season(s) Guest season(s) Played by Summary
Lucas Scott 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 Chad Michael Murray Abandoned by his father Dan, leading to Keith being his father figure. In high school he played basketball, and wrote his first book. This was later published however he struggled to write a second. He is coach to the Tree Hill Ravens.
Nathan Scott 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 James Lafferty In high school he was the star of the Ravens and a stereotypical jock until meeting Haley. The two later married and had a child together. His basketball career was cut short after getting into a bar fight.
Peyton Sawyer 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 Hilarie Burton Her mother placed her up for adoption due to a drug addiction, and she was later adopted by Larry and Anna Sawyer. She was alone for most of her high school years as Anna died and Larry works on a dredging boat. She has a specific interest in music and art, and later opened her own record label.
Haley James Scott 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 Bethany Joy Galeotti Lucas' best friend, who later married Nathan. She left Nathan to tour the country as a musician but realized that her marriage is worth more. The two later have a son together, and she becomes a teacher.
Brooke Davis 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 Sophia Bush Brooke is Peyton's best friend, and captain of the cheerleading squad in high school. She later becomes passionate about clothes and produces a line for Victoria's Secret. After graduation she sets up her own company Clothes over Bros with the help of her mom.
Dan Scott 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 Paul Johansson Dan chose to father Nathan when he found out that he had gotten Karen and Dab both pregnant. He marries Deb, however the two later devorce. He kills his brother Keith, thinking that Keith had tried to kill him. He later turned himself into the police.
Deb Lee 1, 2, 3, 4 1* Barbara Alyn Woods Deb is Dan's neurotic ex-wife and Nathan's mother. Married to Dan for seventeen years, she eventually divorces him in Season Three, her hatred of him driving her to attempt to kill him at one point. Deb battles a pill addiction in Season Two and again in Season Four, alienating her from those who care about her.
Marvin "Mouth" McFadden 3, 4, 5 1, 2 Lee Norris Mouth is one of Lucas' oldest friends, originating from the River Court. In high school he did sport commentaries at the Ravens' games. He later moved in with Fergie, Skills, and Junk, and is attempting to become a Sports Commentator.
Antwon "Skills" Taylor 4, 5 1, 2, 3 Antwon Tanner Skills is one of Lucas' oldest friends, originating from the River Court. He takes on a more prevalent role in Season Four when he fills Lucas' vacancy on the Ravens. He dates Bevin Mirskey, a cheerleader.
Rachel Gatina 4 3 Danneel Harris Formerly overweight and unattractive, resulting to major plastic surgery to make herself look the way she does now. Rachel moves to Tree Hill for her senior year. She joined the cheerleading squad, and became a rival to Brooke. The two later became friends, and Rachel took the blame for stealing a calculus exam. Rachel was expelled, allowing Brooke to continue her fashion line.
Coach Brian "Whitey" Durham 1, 2, 3, 4 5 Barry Corbin Whitey is the Ravens' coach. He and Dan have never seen eye-to-eye and often bicker over their differing opinions on the team. Whitey often laments the death of his wife Camilla and the fact that he didn't spend more time with her while she was alive. He retires after the Ravens finally win him his much-coveted State Championship title.
Jamie Scott 5 Jackson Brundage Haley and Nathan's son. Godson of Brooke and his uncle Lucas. He is very smart and considers all the gang his uncles and aunts.
Keith Scott 1, 2, 3 4 Craig Sheffer Keith is Dan's older brother, and father figure in Lucas' life. Despite being in love with Karen since high school, they only dated briefly before her was shot by Dan.
Karen Roe 1, 2, 3, 4 Moira Kelly Lucas' mother, and former owner of a small café. She was abandoned by Dan, having to raise Lucas with the help of Keith. After Keith's death she gives birth to their child, and later went on a world tour with her daughter.

* originally guest stared, but moved to 'also starring' mid season

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  1. ^ Mark Schwahn (writer) & Brian Gordon (director) (2003-09-23). "Pilot". One Tree Hill. Season 1. Episode 1. 42 minutes in. The WB. 
  2. ^ Mark Schwahn (writer) & Gregory Prange (director) (2004-09-21). "The Desperate Kingdom of Love". One Tree Hill. Season 2. Episode 1. 42 minutes in. The WB. 
  3. ^ Mark Schwahn (writer) & Gregory Prange (director) (2004-10-05). "Like You Like an Arsonist". One Tree Hill. Season 3. Episode 1. 42 minutes in. The WB. 
  4. ^ Mark Schwahn (writer) & Gregory Prange (director) (2006-09-27). "The Same Deep Water as You". One Tree Hill. Season 4. Episode 1. 42 minutes in. The WB. 
  5. ^ Mark Schwahn (writer) & Gregory Prange (director) (2008-01-08). "4 Years, 6 Months, 2 Days". One Tree Hill. Season 5. Episode 1. 42 minutes in. The CW. 

The DVD releases of the American serial teen drama television series One Tree Hill are issued by Warner Home Video. One Tree Hill was created by Mark Schwahn, and is executive produced by Schwahn, Joe Davola, Greg Prange, Mike Tollin and Brian Robbins. It is produced by Tollin/Robbins Productions and Warner Bros. Television.[1] The series currently stars Chad Michael Murray and James Lafferty as step-brothers Lucas Scott and Nathan Scott, respectively, with Hilarie Burton, Sophia Bush, Bethany Joy Galeotti, Lee Norris and Antwon Tanner playing the parts of Peyton Sawyer, Brooke Davis, Haley James, Marvin "Mouth" McFadden and Antwon "Skills" Taylor.[2] Between September 23, 2003 and May 3, 2006, the first three seasons of One Tree Hill aired on the American broadcast television network The WB, before it merged with UPN in 2006 to form The CW, its the current broadcaster since September 27, 2006.[3]

Each DVD release of One Tree Hill contains a season of episodes, and are released after the season has completed broadcast on television. Seasons one through three have been released on DVD in Regions 1, 2 and 4. Season four has also been released in Region 1. As well as every episode from the season, the DVD releases feature bonus material such as audio commentaries on some episodes from the creator and cast, deleted scenes, gag reels and behind-the-scenes featurettes. In America, seasons one and two had the words "The WB Presents" printed on the packaging before the "One Tree Hill" title. These words were not included on releases of subsequent seasons as the network had become The CW, or on international versions where The WB was not the broadcaster.[4]

List of releases[edit]

Season One[edit]

The DVD release of season one was released after the season has completed broadcast on television. It has been released in Regions 1, 2 and 4. 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 words "The WB Presents" were printed on the packaging before the "One Tree Hill" title, although they were not included on international releases as The WB was not the broadcaster.[5]

The Complete First Season
Set details [6] Special features [6]
  • 22 episodes
  • 944 minutes (Region 1); 903 minutes (Region 2);[7] 862 minutes (Region 4) [8]
  • 6-disc set
  • 1.33:1 aspect ratio


  • Languages:
    • English (Dolby Digital 2.0 Surround)
  • Subtitles:
    • English, Spanish and French (Region 1)
    • English, Arabic, Dutch, Norwegian, Swedish, English For The Hearing Impaired (Regions 2 and 4) [7][8]
  • Audio commentaries:
    • "Pilot" - with creator/executive producer/writer Mark Schwahn and executive producer Joe Davola
    • "To Wish Impossible Things" - with creator/executive producer/writer Mark Schwahn and executive producer Joe Davola
    • "The Games That Play Us" - Commentary 1 with actors Chad Michael Murray, James Lafferty, Hilarie Burton, Bethany Joy Galeotti and Sophia Bush.
      Commentary 2 with actors Paul Johansson, Moira Kelly, Craig Sheffer and Barbara Alyn Woods.
  • Deleted Scenes:
    • Episodes: 2, 5, 9, 10, 11, 13, 14, 16, 17, 18, 19, 21, 22
  • "Diaries from the Set"
  • "Building a Winning Team: The Making of One Tree Hill"
  • "Christmas Elf Gag"
  • Exclusive unaired music performance of "Chariot" by Gavin DeGraw with introduction
Release dates
 United States  United Kingdom  Australia
January 25, 2005 [6] September 5, 2005 [7] February 1, 2006 [8]

Season Two[edit]

The DVD release of season two was released after the season has completed broadcast on television. It has been released in Regions 1, 2 and 4. 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 words "The WB Presents" were printed on the packaging before the "One Tree Hill" title, although they were not included on international releases as The WB was not the broadcaster.

The Complete Second Season
Set details [9] Special features [9]
  • 23 episodes
  • 1012 minutes (Region 1); 999 minutes (Region 2);[10] 946 minutes (Region 4) [11]
  • 6-disc set
  • 1.78:1 aspect ratio


  • Languages:
    • English (Dolby Digital 2.0 Surround)
  • Subtitles:
    • English, Spanish and French (Region 1)
    • English, Danish, Finnish, Hebrew, Norwegian, Swedish, English For The Hearing Impaired (Region 4) [10][11]
  • Audio commentaries:
    • Don't Take Me for Granted" - with creator/executive producer/writer Mark Schwahn
    • "Unopened Letter to the World" - with creator/executive producer/writer Mark Schwahn and actor Bryan Greenberg
    • "Something I Can Never Have" - with director/actor Paul Johansson
  • Deleted scenes:
    • Episodes: 1, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 17, 18, 20, 21, 22 & 23
  • "The Music of One Tree Hill, Including a Backstage Glimpse of the Concert Tour"
  • "Diaries from the Set":
    • "Charity Football Match"
    • "Get on the Bus"
  • "Change is Good: Season 2's New Characters"
Release dates
 United States  United Kingdom  Australia
September 13, 2005 [9] April 10, 2006 [10] September 6, 2006 [11]

Season Three[edit]

The DVD release of season three was released after the season has completed broadcast on television. It has been released in Regions 1, 2 and 4. 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 Third Season
Set details [12] Special features [12]
  • 22 episodes
  • 937 minutes (Region 1);[13] 968 minutes (Region 2);[14] 892 minutes (Region 4) [15]
  • 6-disc set
  • 1.78:1 aspect ratio


  • Languages:
    • English (Dolby Digital 2.0 Surround)
  • Subtitles:
    • English, Spanish and French (Region 1)
    • English, Danish, Finnish, Purtugese, Norwegian, Swedish, English For The Hearing Impaired (Regions 2 and 4) [15]
  • Audio commentaries:
    • "With Tired Eyes, Tired Minds, Tired Souls, We Slept" - with creator/executive producer/writer Mark Schwahn, executive producer Joe Davola, actors Colin Fickes, Sophia Bush, Lee Norris and music superviser Lindsey Wolfington
    • "The Show Must Go On" - with creator/executive producer/writer/director Mark Schwahn, executive producer Joe Davola, actors Sophia Bush and Lee Norris
  • Deleted scenes:
    • Episodes: 2, 3, 4, 5, 9, 10, 14, 15, 16, 17, 20 & 22
  • "Anatomy of an Episode: A Behind-the-Scenes Look at the Creation of "With Tired Eyes, Tired Minds, Tired Souls, We Slept"
  • "Gag reel"
Release Dates
 United States  United Kingdom  Australia
September 26, 2006 [12] October 23, 2006 [14] July 4, 2007 [15]

Season Four[edit]

The DVD release of season four 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 Fourth Season
Set details [16] Special features [16]
  • 21 episodes
  • 880 minutes (Region 1); 840 minutes (Region 2) [17]
  • 6-disc set
  • 1.78:1 aspect ratio


  • Languages:
    • English (Dolby Digital 5.1)
  • Subtitles:
    • English, Spanish French (Region 1)
  • Audio commentaries
    • "Some You Give Away" - with creator/executive producer/writer Mark Schwahn, and actor Rick Fox
    • "It Gets the Worst at Night" - with creator/executive producer/co-writer Mark Schwahn and executive producers Joe Davola and Greg Prange.
    • "All of a Sudden I Miss Everyone" - with creator/executive producer/writer/director Mark Schwahn and actors James Lafferty, Lee Norris and Stephen Coletti.
  • Deleted scenes
    • Episodes: 3, 4, 5, 7, 9, 11, 12, 14, 15, 16, 17 & 18
  • Gag reel
  • "One Tree Hill In Your Town"
  • "Tree Hill's Charity Basketball Game Highlights"
  • "Tree Hill High Time Capsule"
Release Dates
 United States  United Kingdom  Australia
December 18, 2007 [16] April 7, 2008 [17] TBA

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