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Last night, the CW’s “One Tree Hill” ended its nine-year run.

The first hour of the series finale special featured cast interviews and scenes from the past, followed by the show’s last episode.

“For this to have been our job, to grow up here and evolve as people and as characters, it’s huge,” Sophia Bush said in the special.

“I feel like these characters sort of exist on their own now,” said the show’s creator Mark Schwahn. “Even though I’m not sitting down and writing ‘Fade In’ every week, it feels like they’re still there. I think it’s always going to feel that way.”

The series finale opened with Nathan, played by James Lafferty, reflecting on the past.

Brooke (Bush) and Julian (Austin Nichols) do some reminiscing of their own on a set built to look like Brooke’s high school for his new TV show.

Brooke decides to open her Baker Man store across from Karen’s Cafe, and Julian buys her old house for them to live in.

Clay (Robert Buckley) and Quinn (Shantel VanSanten) get married and become parents, all within the episode.

At the end of the episode Gavin DeGraw plays, “I Don’t Wanna Be,” at Tric – a song that has become almost synonymous with the show itself.

The final shot of the series featured the group cheering in the stands at Jamie’s basketball game, just like old times.

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The nine-year run of One Tree Hill concludes with two back to back episodes on Wednesday, April 4, and now The CW has released images from the series finale, which is titled simply “One Tree Hill.”

Here’s the official description:

TWO-HOUR SERIES FINALE EVENT — In the final chapter of One Tree Hill, the tenth anniversary of Tric brings old faces and new possibilities for the Tree Hill family.  Sophia Bush, James Lafferty, Bethany Joy Galeotti, Austin Nichols, Robert Buckley, Shantel VanSanten, Jackson Brundage, Lee Norris, Lisa Goldstein, Stephen Colletti, Tyler Hilton and Paul Johansson star.  The episode was written and directed by Mark Schwahn (#913).

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The March 28 episode brought smiles, waterworks & a major step for one fan-favorite couple!

As One Tree Hill‘s series finale inches closer and closer — it’s literally seven days away now — the residents of Tree Hill burned their failures and burdens at the town’s Burning Boat Festival.

Clay (Robert Buckley) got the “aww”s rolling by giving Logan (Pierce Gagnon) the perfect room, complete with airplanes, comic books and even a view of the ocean for his first sleepover. But Logan hadn’t quite conquered his fear of the body of water filled with sharks, jellyfish and sea monsters. (I think he was really scared of the ocean because his dad had basically been drowned by Dan Scott twice in the same ocean). Clay hoped out to experience a milestone with his son by getting him into the water for the first time, but it was Quinn (Shantel VanSanten) who had the breakthrough with Logan.

After a long day’s work, Clay, Quinn and Logan retired to their tent — yes, a tent in the middle of the living room — where Clay finally proposed! He didn’t have a ring just yet, but don’t worry: Logan was there to save the day with his power ring! Be still, my beating heart.

Meanwhile, Mouth (Lee Norris) continued to make a complete turn around — seriously, he’s skinny and has abs now — Millie (Lisa Goldstein) looked for a new co-anchor so her boyfriend could focus on his true love: sports. After one total failure, Skills (Antwon Tanner) stepped up to the plate and hit a home run! Meanwhile, Haley (Bethany Joy Galeotti) broke the exciting news to Chase (Stephen Colletti) that Karen was willing to sell him the bar, the only place he ever truly called home.

Julian (Austin Nichols) was busy preparing for a meeting to get his television series approved, and after reading Brooke’s (Sophia Bush) diary for inspiration, his script was accepted! Brooke still struggled with her past, and it even came back to haunt her when she walked in on her mother with “doing someone in the middle of the day” hair — and that “someone” turned out to be Brooke’s dad! After having a few words with Julian, Ted (Richard Burgi) and Victoria (Daphne Zuniga) decided to join their daughter as co-owners of Baker Man. Needless to say, Brooke didn’t even recognize these people as her parents. And this is a good thing.

This episode was beautifully directed by Sophia Bush, who provided us with a little bit of comedy to ease our pain for the next week.

The end is near. Are you prepared?


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