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Brooke goes to visit Haley as Quinn and Clay see them arriving and realise Chase and Alex then discuss their relationship and his and Alex's. . Alex places the test tube in her top she then looks at Mia and then repeats the same action. Quinn: (to Clay) Listen the Bobcats have no depth in the backcourt so get this guy paid, Jerry Maguire .. Believe only what you yourself can test and judge to be true.[ ] Falling in love is the And relationships don't just end in an instant. [. The eighth season of One Tree Hill, an American television series, premiered on September 14 Clay and Quinn's lives hang in the balance when they are left for dead after Katie . Mouth sets some boundaries with his relationship with Millie. . Chase asks Alex to take a drug test for him, Quinn gets an offer to shoot in.
He was, of course, a great musician, so Miranda was intent on getting him to make a record. Grubbs was intent on getting her to fall for him. Thankfully, this plot was abandoned when Miranda was deported back to England. It was later revealed that Grubbs went after her and that was the last fans heard of either of these forgettable characters. Brooke and Julian OTH may not have done the best job of laying the groundwork for this relationship.
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Regardless of their romantic beginnings, Brooke and Julian made a great couple. After watching her kiss so many frogs over the years, it was gratifying to finally see Brooke with someone who actually deserved her. It was also nice that no one made a big deal out of the fact that Julian and Peyton had a romantic history with one another. Brooke and Peyton had already fractured their friendship once over a guy, so it was a relief that the writers chose not to revisit the subject.
Instead, Brooke finally got everything that she ever wanted. After the loss of Keith, it seemed that she would never find it. The season 5 reveal that she and her daughter Lily were living with her former sweetie, Andy Hargrove, was a welcome one. Despite their age difference, it was always easy to root for Andy and Karen. His exit from the show was rather sudden and likely just a result of the writers wanting to pair Keith and Karen. It was nice to watch their relationship unfold the first time around.
Although Andy could never replace Keith, it was kind of the writers to give her a happily ever after. Brooke and Chase It seems strange that interesting characters like Rachel or Alex were pushed to the sidelines, while far more bland ones, like Quinn or Chase, got increasingly more screen time in later seasons of OTH. Chase entered the scene as a Clean Teen who Brooke fell for in season 4.
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Sadly though, that was not the case. Chase is nice and all, but in the end he was just a placeholder, and a boring one at that. Mouth and Millie certainly had their fair share of ups and downs, but most fans were happy that they wound up together in the end. Much of what disappointed fans was the amount of screen time given to new characters Felix and Anna Taggaro.
Much of the season was just boring and this couple was one of very few interesting elements. Nathan fell into a depression and was quite angry with his circumstances. As the season opens several months after his injuries, Nathan's depression is taking a serious toll on his family. Haley tells him that she can't stay in their marriage any longer if it continues the way it has been.
This wakes Nathan up and he reengages in fatherhood, their marriage, and his life. After struggling through marriage counseling, an obsessed nanny, and Haley's depression after the death of her mother, Haley and Nathan's life and relationship settle down and they have a second child, a daughter named Lydia Scott. He appeared as a special guest star for two episodes in season eight. Originally wanting nothing to do with Lucas, he begins to want a part in Lucas's life. We find out that not only has Dan been following Lucas all his life, but that he wanted joint custody of Lucas but Karen refused.
Lucas later moves in with Dan after learning that he has Dan's heart condition as it's the only way he could afford the medication. When Lucas fails Dan's test, he takes away Lucas's college fund which he had started when Lucas was a baby. He hired a woman Jules to make Keith fall in love with her as revenge for sleeping with Deb.
Jules actually falls in love with Keith but leaves him on the altar after being threatened by Karen. Deb attempts to murder Dan by burning down his dealership.
Dan, thinking it was Keith, shoots Keith and lets Jimmy Edwards take the blame as Jimmy committed suicide. Lucas gradually accepts Dan as his dad until he finds out what he did to Keith. Dan, realizing Nathan will never forgive him, turns himself in to the police.
He then spends almost five years in prison and doesn't get out until Lucas' and Lindsey's wedding day. After prison, Dan becomes close with Nathan's son Jamie. Dan is taken hostage by Carrie, Jamie's ex-nanny who planned to kidnap Jamie and set Dan up for it. He is later rescued by Haley who went to see him after Carrie called pretending to be a nurse saying Dan was about to die and Deb who came afterwards to help Haley and Jamie after realizing where Haley had really gone.
He shoots Carrie and she is believed to be dead. When Jamie finds out what he did, he at first stops talking to Dan. Dan leaves Tree Hill to die as he does not think he will be able to find a new heart since one became available while he was being held hostage and he lost out on it.
In the year time gap between seasons six and seven, Dan married Rachel, who takes him to Mexico and illegally buys a heart. After realizing the type of person Rachel is when she wants to take their TV show to the corridor where he murdered Keith, he gives all his money to charity and divorces her. Before leaving Tree Hill once again, he says goodbye to Jamie, who tells him he forgives him. He is seen working in a burger joint, where he is visited by Quinn for help with murdering Katie, but he ends up talking her out of it.
He appears shortly in the season eight finale when Nathan gives him a photograph of Lydia and a baseball that Jamie hit in a game.
Dan returns in season nine because he loses everything when his diner burns down. He convinces Haley to let him stay with them for a few days, saying he has nowhere else to go. A flash-forward sequence shows Dan with Chris Keller, burning down a house and apparently ready to kill someone.
When Nathan is kidnapped, Haley seeks help from Dan who promises her that he will do whatever it takes to bring him back home. Eventually, Dan finds him and he ends up taking a bullet meant for Nathan which critically wounds him. At the hospital, Haley tells Dan that Lucas refuses to come see him. Dan says he's okay with that because he can't blame Lucas for not being there in his final moments when he wasn't there for Lucas his whole life.
Dan also makes peace with Haley by saying he's glad he was proven wrong about Haley not being good enough for Nathan as she is the best thing that ever happened to him and apologizes for Keith's murder as Keith also meant a lot to her. Haley lets him hold Lydia and tells Dan that whenever Lydia asks about him, she and Nathan will tell her that he loved her and Jamie very much. Dan also makes amends with Deb and lastly, Nathan in which Dan has a dream that he and Nathan play basketball just for fun for the first time ever to which Nathan says that despite all the bad he did, he's still his father and forgives him and Dan dies moments later.
Dan is visited by Keith who tells him that he's proud of him for finally learning to put family and friends first and become the brother he always wanted.Quinn & Clay - Vol1
As the two enter the light Dan asks Keith, "I know where you're going. But what about me? You're my plus one. She is introduced as Peyton Sawyer's best friend, but forms a close bond with Haley and Lucas also her ex who all help her evolve into a better person. After being betrayed by Lucas and Peyton twice she loses her will to love and enter relationships.
Although she later forgives them and remains best friends with the two, she does not fall in love again until six years later when she met Julian Baker.
She owns a multimillion-dollar corporation, "Clothes Over Bros" which she founded while still in High School and originally co-owned with her mother. Later on in the series, Brooke is attacked in her clothing store Clothes Over Bros by a man named Xavier who also murdered Quentin Fields. Brooke has a turbulent relationship with her mother and is angry at the way her parents ignored her while she was growing up but are interested in her now she has money and a successful company.
She tells Brooke to go LA and tell Julian she loves him and to not let her inability to open her heart affect her - a trait she gets from Victoria, who was also responsible for causing it.
Victoria remains working for Brooke's company. Brooke is now married to Julian. In season 8, she is almost arrested after Victoria and Millicent began forging documents for the company but Victoria faces the charges and goes to prison instead. Brooke pays all the investors back by selling her company. She later turns down an offer to return as vice president.
Brooke and Julian decide to adopt a child, but shortly after, the mother changes her mind, Brooke discovers she is pregnant with twins. Brooke takes an accidental fall in Karen's Cafe causing her to go into premature labour. The twins, Jude and Davis, are fine, and Brooke and Julian continue to raise them.
In season 9 Brooke's attacker Xavier is let out of jail. He attacks her in a parking lot, but she is then saved by Tara. Later she forms a true family with both her parents, including her father: Robert Theodore Davis, and starts a new company; Baker Man.
Whitey Durham[ edit ] Barry Corbin plays Brian Durham, also known as Whitey, as a series regular through seasons one to four, as a guest star for one episode in season five and as a special guest star for one episode in season six. Durham was the Tree Hill Ravens basketball coach throughout seasons one to four, and also a source of wisdom and advice not only for the students of Tree Hill High, but occasionally the adults living in Tree Hill.
Whitey eventually left the Tree Hill Ravens, and during the time period between seasons four and five, he coached a college basketball team, before finally retiring, leaving the college team for Lucas to coach. In season 6, now retired, he is visited by Dan where Dan finally apologizes and they have a reconciliation where Whitey tells Dan that he still has time to earn his family's forgiveness.
Keith Scott[ edit ] Played by Craig Sheffer as a series regular for seasons one to three and as a special guest star in two episodes in season four and one episode in season nine, Keith Alan Scott was Dan Scott's older brother, and also a recurring love interest for Karen Roe, Lucas Scott 's mother and Dan's ex. Keith was portrayed as Lucas's father figure, and was dearly loved by most characters in the show.
He was a mechanic and spent a lot of time teaching Lucas about cars. Keith was in love with Karen from their schooldays and despised the way his younger brother Dan had treated her when she became pregnant and had his son. After Dan and Deb split up for a short time, Keith ended up sleeping with Deb. Dan was angry when he found out and accused Keith of always wanting his leftovers.
In revenge Dan hired Jules to make Keith fall in love with her and to stand him up at the altar. Instead she actually fell in love with Keith but left when Karen found out about Dan's plan and told her to leave Tree Hill or she would tell Keith the truth.
In season three, Dan shot Keith dead as he believed Keith had attempted to murder him in the dealership fire. After he was killed Karen finds out that she is pregnant with his daughter Lilly Roe Scott. Following his death, Keith continued to have a lasting influence on Tree Hill and the lives of those who lived there.
He visited Lucas during his near death and haunted Dan while he was in prison. Many years later, after Dan was shot and killed upon rescuing Nathan, Keith returned to praise Dan for learning to put family first, make amends with him, and they both go to the afterlife as he tells Dan he's his "plus one".
Karen Roe[ edit ] Played by Moira Kelly as a series regular from seasons one till four and as a special guest star in seasons five and six, Karen Roe is the single mother to Lucas Scott.
She has a very fraught relationship with Lucas' father, Dan Scott because Dan had left her and Lucas to attend college. Lucas finds out that Karen lied to him when Dan tells him that he wanted joint custody of him and Karen refused. She is seen as a mother figure to Haley, often offering her support and advice.
After the breakup of Dan and Deb's marriage, Karen and Deb become good friends and end up going into business together. But later their partnership ends due to Deb's drug addiction and when she accidentally shoots a gun off in the customer filled cafe.
When Brooke moves in with her and Lucas she also becomes a mother figure for her and somebody Brooke looks up to.
After years she admitted her feelings for Keith and decided to marry him, however Keith is murdered by Dan before they can marry. It was later revealed she was pregnant with Keith's child and had a daughter Lily Roe Scott. She later sells the Cafe and goes traveling the world with her boyfriend and later husband, Andy. Eventually, she is also joined by Lucas, Peyton and their daughter Sawyer and they travel with them.
Deb Scott[ edit ] "Deb Lee" redirects here. For the Australian rules football player and coach, see Debbie Lee. Barbara Alyn Woods portrays Deborah "Deb" Lee, previously Scott, as a series regular from season one until season four and in season six, and as a recurring character seasons one, five and nine. She becomes good friends with Dan's ex and Lucas's mother Karen and they go into business together.
She battled alcohol and drug problems in season two and set fire to Dan's car lot, hoping he would die but Lucas dragged him to safety.
She again battled drugs in season four, so Dan and Karen set up an intervention but had it turned down and stormed out, but in season 5 she cleaned up her act and became Jamie's nanny. She meets a man on the internet who turns out to be her son's friend "Skills" and begins a relationship. Deb later ends it as she believes he should have children and get married which she does not want to do again. In her final episodes, Dan tells her it's as much her fault Keith died as his as he thought it was Keith who set fire to the car lot which is why he killed him, which again leaves Deb filled with guilt.
However, in Deb's last scene, Dan tells her to not blame herself and to not feel guilty as it's not her fault. Following this, Deb falls off the canvas, only to return to Tree Hill a few years later upon Nathan going missing. During her return, she consoled Haley and confronted Dan and once he was hospitalized upon rescuing Nathan. Deb was able to find closure with Dan before his death. He is Lucas's friend from the river court. Originally a recurring character during seasons one and two, he was upgraded to series regular status from the third season.
He becomes close friends with Brooke and Rachel.
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Mouth is the only one who knows it was Rachel who released the time capsule which caused the events leading up to Keith's death. He at first stops speaking to her but forgives her in the end. Four years later; Mouth falls in love with Millicent, Brooke's assistant.
After the pressures of the modelling industry cause her to worry about her weight she begins to take drugs and rejects all her friends, including Mouth. When Skills leaves for a new job in season 7, Mouth begins to date Lauren, which ends his friendship with Skills when he finds out.
Skills later forgives Mouth.
Despite Lauren wanting to continue their relationship, Mouth refused as his friendship to Skills meant more to him. Mouth lost his job because he refused to speak on air about Nathan's scandal.
At the beginning of season 8, Mouth and Millicent sleep together after getting drunk together at a bar discussing their problems and why they broke up. During season 8, he and Millicent get a job as hosts of a talk show. In season nine, Mouth goes through a transformation by gaining around 50 pounds for his food reviews.
Mouth uses this to create a sporting scholarship in memory of Jimmy Edwards and Keith Scott. Also in the final episode, in the time jump, Millicent and Mouth are expecting a baby and both Mouth and Millicent are wearing rings on their ring fingers, indicating that Mouth and Millicent are married.
Skills Taylor[ edit ] Portrayed by Antwon Tanner as a series regular from season four to the thirteenth episode of season seven and in a recurring role in seasons one to three and season seven episode eighteen onwards, Antwon Taylor, also known as Skills, is one of Lucas's best friends from the River Court, who later becomes good friends with Nathan too. He begins to date Bevin Bevin Princea cheerleader but their relationship ended sometime in the time-jump between season 4 and 5 leading Skills to tell Jamie that relationships with women named Bevin end badly.
He meets someone else online, who turns out to be Nathan's mother, Deb. After initially saying nothing can happen, they sleep together and start a relationship.
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Deb later ends the relationship feeling he can do better and deserves to have children and get married, which she does not want to do again. He then starts dating Jamie's teacher, Lauren.
He moves to Los Angeles to start a new job but comes back as he cannot get over Lauren. Skills finds out Lauren and Mouth started dating while he was away but later forgives Mouth. In Season 9, Skills sees Lauren again and sees that she is pregnant, and thinks that the baby is his, but it is not; the baby is David's Quinn's ex-husband.
In the series finale time jump, he's shown to apparently be in a relationship with Bevin again. Rachel Gatina[ edit ] Played by Danneel Harris as a series regular in season four, along with a recurring role during seasons three, five and seven, Rachel Virginia Gatina was introduced as a bad girl and rival to Brooke Davis, before becoming good friends with Brooke and a friend to Mouth.
She was originally obese before undergoing plastic surgery treatments to alter her appearance before moving to Tree Hill.
In season four she tries to break up Nathan and Haley but fails which causes Haley to confront her. In the time gap between seasons four and five, she worked for Brooke's company "Clothes Over Bros" and began using drugs which forced Brooke to let her go. However, after finding her lying unconscious from an overdose in her private New York apartment, Brooke decides to bring her back to Tree Hill to look after her.
Rachel then after being taunted by Victoria that she'll never really recover from her addiction and is kidding herself steals Brooke's money and leaves. In season seven she returns and is married to Dan Scott and is the mastermind behind his Redemption TV series. After realizing the sort of person she is, Dan gives all his money to charity and divorces her, leaving Rachel with nothing.
He gets his middle name from his uncle and godfather, Lucas Scott. Brooke Davis is Jamie's godmother and they spend much of their time together, and Brooke always gives Jamie a check with "a lot of zeroes" each year on his birthday it's Jamie's favorite present.
Jamie is often a shoulder to lean on for many of the characters and is shown to be very intelligent and cute. He forms a close bond with his grandfather, Dan Scott, as he feels everyone deserves a friend.
After Dan reveals to him he was the person who killed Keith, Jamie feels lost. Lucas takes him to the auto shop where he grew up to tell him about Keith. Jamie later forgives Dan. Jamie is shown to be a good basketball player and has a strong friendship with Skills and Mouth. Jamie is very fond of both Brooke and Julian, serving as best man at their wedding.
He has had a very big interest in playing baseball, which grew after Julian gave Jamie a glove once worn by Roberto Clemente and he met ace pitching prospect Ian Kellerman. He misses his uncle Lucas greatly and mentions this to his father often. In season eight, he gets braces for his teeth and has a growing attraction for female classmate Madison, allowing her to win the school spelling bee. He also helps his father study for his college course. In season eight he becomes a big brother to Lydia Bob Scott.
He is seen to love his baby sister.