Why 'One Tree Hill' Will Always Have Your Heart
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Why 'One Tree Hill' Will Always Have Your Heart

Why 'One Tree Hill' Will Always Have Your Heart

Whether you started it from the beginning in 2003 or binged-watched all seasons on Netflix recently, without a doubt you can say that you’ve been beyond obsessed with the whole cast and production of "One Tree Hill." I mean, who wasn’t in love with Nathan and Haley, or secretly wanted a friendship like Brooke and Peyton's (minus the years they fought for Lucas), or put on your Christmas list a Keith’s Auto Body sweatshirt? Who didn’t cry when Dan shot Keith, or Quentin Fields died? It’s almost like you lived through all 9 seasons with them and were in attendance at every Ravens game, Karen’s Café lunch rush, and all nine years of their amazing lives.

- Naley will always be the couple you try to live up to. How can a bracelet from a Cracker Jack box be the most romantic thing you’ve ever seen? They gave everyone hope that true love can happen even to two 16-year-olds in high school who have a child and rent to pay.

- It broke your heart when Lucas, Peyton, and Sawyer left Tree Hill and were never heard of again, even for Brooke’s wedding.

- As much as you didn’t want to, in your heart you were still rooting for Dan Scott in the last few seasons. Between fighting off Nanny Carrie and saving Nathan, how couldn’t you have loved him?

- Brooke Davis will forever have everyone’s heart because she not only defined the ideals of beauty in her campaign “zero is not a size,” but she showed you how to move on after having a mother who never wanted her and countless men who never cared for her.

- Tric introduced you to so many artists such as Lupe Fiasco, Gavin Degraw, Haley James Scott, Angels and Airwaves, and so many more. Your love for music has only grown since then.

- Karen’s Café, The River Court, and the bridge over the river were three of the most iconic places that you couldn’t wait to visit, and you were devastated to hear that the court has since been removed and that bridge didn’t actually connect to the court.

"One Tree Hill" will forever have your heart because not only did it teach you everything about growing up and moving on, but it taught you about friendship and family. You've gone through nine seasons, but I bet that any time you need a little inspiration, you put on your favorite episode from one of the seasons and relive why you fell in love with it in the first place.

“I don’t wanna be anything other than what I’ve been trying to be lately.” – Gavin Degraw
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