A sneak preview of "Things a Mama Don't Know" from the sixth season of One Tree Hill.
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A promo for "A Hand to Take Hold of the Scene" from the sixth season of One Tree Hill.
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Another promo for "A Hand to Take Hold of the Scene" from the sixth season of One Tree Hill.
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A sneak peak at "A Hand to Take Hold of the Scene," One Tree Hill episode 6.14.
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A preview of "We Change, We Wait" from the sixth season of One Tree Hill.
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A message from Hilarie Burton to fans of One Tree Hill.
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Mark Schwann, One Tree Hill creator, dishes on the 17th episode of Season Six, giving us a hint of what's to come.
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We have a hilarious webclip from the upcoming episode of OTH, "You Have to Be Joking (Autoposy of the Devil's Brain)." In this scene, Lucas meets his potential new director (guest star James Van Der Beek) who wants to make a movie out of his new script... or do a like of coke off it.
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One Tree Hill Quotes

[ending voiceover]
Mouth: Take a look at yourself in a mirror who do you see looking back?
Haley: Is it the person you want to be?
Dan: Or is there someone else you were meant to be the person you were meant to be but fell short of?
Mia: Is someone telling you you can't or won't? Because you can.
Chase: Believe that love is out there.
Nathan: Believe that dreams come true every day. Because they do.
Peyton: Sometimes happiness doesn't come from money or fame or power. Sometimes happiness comes from good friends and family and the quiet nobility of leading a good life.
Julian: Believe that dreams come true every day. Because they do.
Brooke: Believe that dreams come true every day. Because they do.
Peyton: So take a look in that mirror and remind yourself to be happy because you deserve to be. Believe that.
Lucas: And believe that dreams come true every day. Because they do.

Lucas: Joseph Conrad once wrote: Who knows what true happiness is? Not the conventional word, but the naked terror. To the lonely themselves, it wears a mask. The most miserable outcast hugs some memory. Or some illusion.