Season 1, Episode 4 October 14, 2003 Season 1, Episode 4 October 14, 2003 Lucas goes to Nathan's party---even though he knows the invitation is a setup---because he wants to prove he can handle his half-brother's antagonism. The wedge between Nathan and Peyton continues to grow after Peyton tires of Nathan's jabs at Lucas. The couple spend an afternoon at his beach house, where the liquor flows. Archived from on August 5, 2011. The action of the series One Tree Hill season 1 takes place in a small American town of Tree Hill in North Carolina. Meanwhile, Lucas meets a beautiful stranger who makes his head spin. The alternative title comes from a song by.
Haley continues tutoring Nathan and their developing friendship bothers Lucas. This episode is named after a song by. Build a career athlete Dan did not happen, but he quickly married a classmate, and they had a son. Elsewhere, Whitey cancels practice to help the team refocus; Dan takes Nathan on a weekend outing in an attempt to reconcile with his wife and son; and Deb and Haley plan an open-mike night at the cafe. Elsewhere, Haley plans a party for Nathan; Keith gets a teaching interview in Charleston, N. After Brooke calls Lucas for help, the two bond while caring for a sleeping Peyton, prompting Lucas to look at Brooke in a new light. On the long walk home, they encounter a carload of players from the team they just beat who kidnap them at gunpoint.
The original title of this episode comes from an album by. It turns out that Nathan and Lucas are united by the same kinship: they have the same father. Karen must face some not-so-friendly acquaintances from the past. Now, between the half-brothers begins the struggle, not only on the basketball court. Archived from on August 5, 2011. Archived from on December 21, 2008. Also: Dan buys Nathan a car to try to win his loyalty; Lucas meets a fun-loving female college student Emmanuelle Vaugier at a bar; and Dan offers to buy Keith's garage, claiming he wants to help him avoid financial ruin.
Meanwhile, Brooke betrays Peyton's trust; Haley decides she's ready to sleep with Nathan; and Deb makes her divorce official. Overcome with emotion, Peyton kisses Lucas. And Karen, meanwhile, had to raise Lucas without any support. Meanwhile, after Whitey assigns Lucas and Nathan to the same room, tempers flare and Haley is caught in the middle. Meanwhile, Nathan's mom turns to Karen for advice and Peyton and Nathan grow further apart. The fact that Lucas - a very talented basketball player, but it is not interested in Dan.
Meanwhile, Whitey learns that his medical condition may be more serious than he first expected, and Dan learns a shocking secret about Deb and Keith. Meanwhile, When Brooke realizes that she isn't considered a close enough friend to receive an invite, she decides to crash the party with her new friend, Nicki. In the season finale, Lucas and Nathan bear the brunt of Dan's abuse as he coaches them into the playoffs, pushing both of them to their breaking points. This episode is named after a song by Radiohead. Meanwhile, a guilt-ridden Peyton decides to tell Brooke about the kiss she and Lucas shared. Archived from on December 21, 2008. This episode is named after a song by.
Elsewhere, Nathan's mom Barbara Alyn Woods returns home, and realizes she feel out of touch with her son. This episode is named after a song by. This episode is named after a song by Gameface. Season 1, Episode 1 September 23, 2003 Season 1, Episode 1 September 23, 2003 After several basketball players are suspended, Lucas Chad Michael Murray must decide if he wants to join his half brother Nathan's team, even though the two don't get along. This episode is named after a song by. Archived from on December 21, 2008. Elsewhere, Whitey cancels practice to help the team refocus.
Meanwhile, Brooke develops feelings for Lucas. Elsewhere, Peyton gets word that her dad may have been in a serious accident. Karen turns down Keith's proposal and Nicki tries to force her way into Jake's life. Meanwhile, Nathan and Peyton grow further apart. Meanwhile, Nathan tries to win Haley back after she dumps him.
Having witnessed the accident, Dan races Lucas to the hospital and must acknowledge that Lucas is his son in order to save his life. The Scotts see a therapist to try to fix their family problems, but the distance between Deb and Dan continues to grow. The wedge between Nathan and Peyton continues to grow after Peyton tires of Nathan's jabs at Lucas. Injured during the game, Brooke needs Peyton to drive her home and Haley reluctantly accepts a ride with them. Meanwhile, Brooke develops feelings for Lucas, Karen must face some not-so-friendly acquaintances from the past, and Peyton becomes furious with Lucas when she discovers that he secretly submitted her drawings to a local newspaper. Archived from on December 21, 2008. Season 1, Episode 10 January 20, 2004 Season 1, Episode 10 January 20, 2004 Lucas decides if he wants to date Brooke or Peyton.
Lucas is stunned when Haley's reconciliation with Nathan heightens the intensity of their relationship. Season 1, Episode 15 February 24, 2004 Season 1, Episode 15 February 24, 2004 Lucas breaks up with Brooke, but doesn't tell her about his feelings for Peyton. This episode is named after a song by. This episode is named after a song by. However, the truth becomes obvious after he is rushed to the emergency room again and the girls come face to face in the hospital. Rachel tells Brooke she only pretended to be pregnant.
Season 1, Episode 8 November 11, 2003 Season 1, Episode 8 November 11, 2003 Nathan and Haley go on a date arranged by Brooke. Season 1, Episode 13 February 10, 2004 Season 1, Episode 13 February 10, 2004 Lucas and Peyton find they can no longer hide their feelings for each other, but they don't have the heart to break it to Brooke. Meanwhile, Keith forces Karen to deal with her feelings for Dan after she refuses to step foot in the high school gym to support her son. Lucas arrives, Cooper is saved from the flooded wreck, hero Nathan is already out and wakes up alright in hospital. It has been released in , 2 and 4.