I think the one tree hill which follows the eventful lives of some high-school kids in Tree Hill, a small but not too quiet town in North Carolina, where the greatest source of pride is the high school basketball team, the Ravens is live up to your lofty expectations, right?
It wouldn’t be a One Tree Hill Season 9 DVD finale without at least one major life event, so we do get the quickie wedding of Clay and Quinn. But even that nodded to the past, as the show brought back fan-favorite Bevin (Bevin Prince) to assist.
In One Tree Hill Season 9, Brooke is now a mother of twin boys as well. I find myself relating to Brooke’s growth as well from the “wild child” in high school to that of a mother and an entrepreneur searching for that just right fit. While Brooke found herself longing for a child, I can relate to living the care free life but then wanting to find your way-wanting success, happiness, and of course, the best for your family. She’s even found her voice when it has come to dealing with her parents.
Throughout the series, we have seen Brooke grow from a wild and generally carefree girl to a mature and grounded young woman. In Season 9, Brooke is now a mother to twin boys and is excited for her future with her husband Julian. She begins to start adjusting to this new life with their children.
One Tree Hill pulled out all the stops last night and made every fan cry their eyes out'and it was all over the show's villain, Dan Scott. Even though I'm not sitting down and writing 'Fade In' every week, it feels like they're still there.
One tree Hill was a compelling show, aimed at teenagers, and not so teens. Dealing with delicate subjects, respecting the viewer's intelligence, being as clever as it could be, never dumbing itself up. Sure it had lows, as does every show, but whenever that happened, they managed to pull through.