Previously on One Tree Hill: Don’t You Want to Share the Guilt?
As Quinn (Shantel VanSanten) distracts Jamie (Jackson Brundage), Haley (Bethany Joy Galeotti) searches for Nathan (James Lafferty). Clay (Robert Buckley) finally gets answers about his condition. Meanwhile, Julian (Austin Nichols) attempts to get back to a normal life, while Brooke (Sophia Bush) tries to give Tara (guest-star Chelsea Kane “Dancing with the Stars”) a chance. Lee Norris, Lisa Goldstein, Stephen Colletti, Tyler Hilton and Paul Johansson also star. The episode was written by Shaina Fewell and directed by Greg Prange (Courtesy of cwtv.com)
- Julian’s need for self-punishment runs pretty deep. Like, “please beat me up so I can feel as bad outside as I do inside” deep.
- Clay has dissociative fugue disorder. Suddenly Clay is a little more interesting.
- Sure, it was for dramatic effect, but there’s no way Nathan’s iPhone would have broken so easily.
- Jamie’s playing in the pool, Chuck’s letting himself into Chase’s apartment and Millie has time to help make lattes. Either it was a weekend or the writers just don’t care about school and/or work.
- Where would Tara even get cockroaches, let alone enough to fill a plant? Eew.
- Clay’s therapist clearly holds day-long sessions with his patients. And the little boy Logan looks like a sadder, but way more adorable Jamie.
- “Cannibal!”….really Jamie?
- Julian was prescribed “one day of rest and relaxation”. Interesting, considering the minimal amounts of work he does now.
- “I already talked to her, she’s coming over tonight.” Well, well, well, it looks like Chase grew a pair. Albeit a little late in the game, but still.
- I guess we know now why Julian was getting beat up and Brooke was destroying a diner in the season premiere. It was a slow start, but it’s kind of cool how they’re laying out this season.