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I'm Still Not Over: Dan Scott's ridiculous heart transplant on 'One Tree Hill'

One Tree Hill was a serious drama. It was about life and death and basketball and murder and high school and basketball and love and stalkers and brotherhood and basketball. (Plus, if the subject matter ever confused you and you found yourself doubting that the show was a drama, Chad Michael Murray looked like this 99 percent of the time.)

And like every good, very serious drama, One Tree Hill needed a villain. That villain materialized in the form of Dan Scott, the bad father-turned-murderer-turned-a-million-other-things, because this show seemed to never end and only got more ridiculous as time went on. But ironically enough, Dan Scott turned out to be one of the greatest television characters of all time—in an unintentionally comedic context. READ FULL STORY

Rachael Leigh Cook and Chad Michael Murray lock lips for Funny or Die

Hey, remember that great early ’00s movie where Rachael Leigh Cook and Chad Michael Murray basically just make out for two hours? No? That’s because it didn’t exist — until now.

Funny or Die’s latest saliva-soaked masterpiece features the stars of She’s All That and One Tree Hill engaging in a tonsil hockey game that just… won’t… end. The soft focus! The reign of destruction, reminiscent of Cook’s amazing anti-drug PSA! The disgusting part with the sandwich! The reminder that both of these actors are, in fact, still people! Bravo, Funny or Die — you win major Millennial nostalgia points today. Watch and be amazed:


Season Finale Awards: Vote now!

The polls are officially open in our third annual readers’ choice Season Finale Awards. Now through Monday, vote for your favorites — or least favorites — in 20 categories. We’ll crown the winners Tuesday. READ FULL STORY

After nearly a decade of drama, 'One Tree Hill' says goodbye in two-hour series finale

One Tree Hill wraps up nine emotional seasons Wednesday night with a two-hour series finale on the CW. I’ll admit that it really will be hard to say goodbye.

I was a high school freshman when One Tree Hill debuted on the then-WB network in September 2003. Like brainy Haley James Scott (Bethany Joy Galeotti) and baby-faced Lucas Scott (Chad Michael Murray), I was navigating my way through teen angst. I tuned in because I had a Dawson’s Creek-size hole in my schedule and I would do just about anything not to do my English homework.


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