One Tree Hill Season 8

Every girl needs the occasional chick show filled with escapist drama and off-the-cuff humor. Throughout the years, I've imbibed in Dawson's Creek, The OC and The Hills for my fill of girly plot points. Lately, One Tree Hill has been my late-night obsession, one that I originally started watching because Chad Michael Murray is such a cutie.

I continued watching the show largely due to the relationship between half brothers Lucas Scott (played by Chad Michael Murray) and Nathan Scott (played by James Martin Lafferty), but have continued watching because of the relationships between other characters. A good example of this is in season eight in an episode called, “Valentine's Day Is Over.” The episode spotlights all the different relationships in the show, hanging around the house with Nate and Haley, spicing things up with Brooke and Julian, and getting a glimpse of Clay and Quinn's anti-Valentine's Day antics. My favorite part is when Haley tears up the house, determined to find Nate's Valentine's Day stash, since he claims he didn't get her anything.

In Tree Hill, NC, there is never a dull moment. Hope, heartbreak and a hurricane – all in one season! One Tree Hill's Season 8 is packed with drama and ready for pre-order (! It's also available on UltraViolet, which is a fancy new format that lets you stream movies and TV shows you own on any compatible service.

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