One Tree Hill Producer Mark Schwahn talks about Nathan's disappearance in this video, as he hypes the episode "The Killing Moon." Look for a powerful appearance by at least one star.
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Nathan is missing and Haley is on the case in this clip from One Tree Hill. Or she's trying to be, at least, as you can see in this sneak peek at "The Killing Moon."
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Where is Nathan?!? The frantic search for this One Tree Hill character is at the center of "The Killing Moon."
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Quinn and Clay go at it in this clip from One Tree Hill. It's an intense, emotional scene. Be warned, fans.
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Will you give up on Julian? Watch this promo for One Tree Hill to see just how intense life is about to get.
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Executive Producer Mark Schwahn is featured in this video, previewing a "dramatic turn" to come on a One Tree Hill episode directed by star Paul Johansson.
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A lunch time quickie? Nice! Enjoy this One Tree Hill clip from "Love the Way You Lie."
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Not all fairy tales have happy endings. Watch this preview for One Tree Hill and you'll get an idea of what we mean.
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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.

Regret comes in all shapes and sizes. Some are small , like when we do a bad thing, for a good reason. Some are bigger, like when we let down a friend. Some of us escape the pains of regret by making the right choice. Some of us have little time for regret, because we're looking forward to the future. Sometimes we have to fight to come to terms with the past. And sometimes we bury our regret, by promising to change our ways. But our biggest regrets are not for the things we did... but the things we didn't do. The things we didn't say that could save someone we care about. Especially when we can see the dark storm that's headed their way.

Lucas