One Tree Hill: Season 8 (2010 - 2011)


Season 8
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Air date: Sep 14, 2010

After being shot and left for dead by the Katie Ryan, both Clay and Quinn fight for their lives while they have an out of body experience of being at the beach. Meanwhile, Haley and Nathan prepare to tell Jamie about the pregnancy. Brooke is arrested after it's discovered that Victoria (guest star Daphne Zuniga) and Millicent falsified profits and lied to investors to fund the men's line 'Clothes 4 Bros.' Also, Chase (guest star Stephen Colletti) and Alex work together at the bar. This episode is named after an album by Rogue Wave. Opening theme song performed by Gavin Degraw.

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Air date: Sep 21, 2010

Alex becomes a success as a bartender, Mia (guest star Kate Voegele) opens up to Chase. Julian and Jamie bond while Clay and Quinn lie in a coma in the hospital. Haley struggles with what has happened while Nathan decides to stay in Tree Hill a little bit longer to help her through the tragedy. Meanwhile, Brooke deals with publicity and finding a way to keep her from going to jail for Victoria's actions. This episode is named after a song by Tom Gabel. Opening theme song performed by Kate Voegele.

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Air date: Sep 28, 2010

Clay lives due to a successful kidney transplant from Will (guest star Edwin Hodge), a man in a similar position in the in-between. Meanwhile, Brooke deals with the press and the unfortunate news that she might go to jail because of the actions of Victoria (guest star Daphne Zuniga) and Millicent. This episode title is inspired by the Dave Matthews Band's song The Space Between. Opening theme song performed by Patrick Stump of Fall Out Boy.

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Air date: Oct 5, 2010

Brooke and Nathan make big decisions regarding their careers. Brooke sells her entire company to pay back investors while Nathan decides to stay in Tree Hill for good because of his back problems. Meanwhile, Quinn deals with recovering from the shooting while wanting to be by Clay's side. This episode is named after a song by All Time Low. Opening theme song performed by Susie Suh.

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Air date: Oct 12, 2010

Victoria (guest star Daphne Zuniga) disowns Brooke after learning she is selling the company. Meanwhile, Clay leaves the hospital and returns to living at the beach house with Quinn. Nathan offers to help Clay with his business until he can get better and continue to help his clients. Julian begins a new movie project, a documentary inspired by Nathan and his career decisions. This episode is named after a song by The Henry Clay People. Opening theme song performed by Matthew Ryan.

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Air date: Oct 19, 2010

It's Halloween in Tree Hill, and Julian's mother, Sylvia (guest star Sharon Lawrence), arrives in town to help plan Brooke and Julian's wedding. She later tries to take over. Quinn deals with living in the beach house still in fear of Katie who is still on the loose. With trick-or-treaters coming to their doorstep, Clay has special rules for the candy. Chase (guest star Stephen Colletti) takes out his frustrations on Mia (guest star Kate Voegele). Mouth sets some boundaries with his relationship with Millie. Meanwhile, Haley continues to provide help for an Irish woman on the hotline she works for. Haley later recognizes the woman's voice as Erin (guest star Laura Izibor), a singer who enters an open mic night at TRIC. This episode is named after a song by Eminem. Opening theme song performed by Laura Izibor.

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Air date: Nov 2, 2010

As the wedding approaches, Brooke tries to connect with Sylvia (guest star Sharon Lawrence), while Julian looks for his best man at a guys' poker night. Meanwhile, Nathan struggles in his new job, while Haley's stumbles on finding Erin, and Skills (guest star Antwon Tanner) returns to town with a new friend as Lucas' Mannequin.

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Air date: Nov 9, 2010

Nathan's career as an agent takes a big step forward when he visits Atlanta, while Haley consoles Jamie regarding his new braces. The drama between Brooke and Sylvia (guest star Sharon Lawrence) finally comes to a head, and Chase (Stephen Colletti) makes a decision regarding Mia (guest star Kate Voegele) and Alex. This episode is named after a song by Phantogram. Opening theme song performed by Grace Potter.

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Air date: Nov 16, 2010

It's Thanksgiving in Tree Hill. Brooke decides it's time to try her hand at a home-cooked Thanksgiving dinner but things don't really go as planned. All of the gang end up at Haley's for dinner where Mia (guest star Kate Voegele) and Alex have a cat fight over Chase (guest star Stephen Colletti). This episode is named after a song by Big & Rich. Opening theme song performed by Wakey!Wakey!.

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Air date: Nov 30, 2010

Julian tries to get Brooke to complete a list of dreams that Millicent made for her back when she had her company, including skydiving and a James Bond marathon. Haley sets up a concert at TRIC featuring musical guest star, Kid Cudi, whom Erin (guest star Laura Izibor) is the opening act for, while Mia (guest star Kate Voegele) & Alex do friendly "celebrity bar-tending" competition to see who has more fans in Tree Hill. Nathan takes a business class at a university to complete his left out credits to become a full-time agent with Clay. Jamie helps his father by tutoring him and helping him remember parts of the book he's studying. Meanwhile, Quinn sneaks out of town to visit Dan to get his help in finding and killing Katie, but decides against it while driving back home and throws the gun in the river. Elsewhere, Katie (guest star Amanda Schull) makes her way back to Tree Hill after learning that Quinn and Clay are still alive. This episode is named after a song by the band A Sunny Day in Glasgow. Opening theme song performed by Aimee Mann.

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Set in the affluent suburb of Tree Hill, NC, this teen-oriented WB dramedy was the story of two half-brothers united only by a common name. Sullen Lucas (Chad Michael Murray) was a street-basketball legend in his own small blue-collar community, while his arrogant half-sibling Nathan (James Lafferty) was even more celebrated as the star player of Tree Hill High's varsity basketball squad. Both boys were the sons of former pro basketballer Dan Scott (Paul Johansson), who had long ago abandoned both Lucas and his mother, Karen (Moira Kelly), to start life over with a new wife and family. These fractious elements came together when Tree Hill coach Whitey Durham (Barry Corbin) pulled strings to have both Lucas and Nathan play on his hoops team. The inbred reality between the half-brothers (who, up until they joined the same team, were unaware that they shared the same parentage) was of course intensified when both set their sights on the same girl, Peyton Sawyer (Hilarie Burton). Created by Mark Schwahn, One Tree Hill premiered September 23, 2003.

Critic Reviews for One Tree Hill Season 8

Audience Reviews for One Tree Hill: Season 8

  • Jul 27, 2020
    The new characters from last year found their grove and the story remains great.

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