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2006, TV Show

One Tree Hill Episode: "I Would for You"

Season 6, Episode 20
Episode Synopsis: Lucas tries to deal with a threat to Peyton's pregnancy, and Victoria attempts to get Brooke back on board with Clothes Over Bro's. Elsewhere, Haley and Nathan disagree about Jamie's education, and Mouth wants to repair his relationship with Millicent.
Original Air Date: Apr 20, 2009

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Season 6, Episode 20
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Length: 42:24
Aired: 4/20/2009
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One Tree Hill Episode Recap: "I Would For You" Season 6, Episode 20

As Brooke had to say hello to her mom "Bitch-toria" who came back into town, two other couples — Mouth and Millie, Sam and Jack — had to say their goodbyes. And while Nathan was stepping it up on the court, his son Jamie was excelling in the classroom. But it was a car accident that really shook up the group, all in this week's episode of One Tree Hill.

The witch Victoria is back, as the company she took over from Brooke is headed down the drain without its designer. She pleads with her daughter, who refuses to go back into business with her. But when Victoria brings up the fact that Brooke will be letting down all the people who worked for her and made her who she is, the guilt sets in.

The Scott family has much to celebrate. Nathan gets the point-guard position — as long as he can help his teammate transition to shooting guard — and his son, Jamie, has scored so well on his test that the Oppenheimer school for the gifted wants him to attend. Although it seems like a dream come true for Haley, Nathan is none too thrilled with the idea that there are no sports. (Apparently, he doesn't want Jamie lettering in "math-ketball.") Jamie is relieved when his parents let him stay at his old school with his old friends, and Nathan and Haley realize that there's a lot they can learn from their bright little kindergartner.

Mouth and Milicent are blissfully back together, except for the notion of a long-distance relationship being in their future. But they're determined to make it work in two different cities. Also facing a long-distance friendship-turned-romance are Sam and Jack, who has found foster parents in Charlotte. Victoria finds Sam looking sad at the coffee shop and says, referring to Brooke taking her in: "You hit the jackpot. Why are you so morose?" Sam tells Victoria that Jack is moving away and brings up how Victoria was never there for her own daughter. Victoria responds, "Which would you prefer: a mother that left you or a mother that stuck around but was bad at it?" This seems to hit home with Sam, who had previously called Brooke out for being too scared to go with Julian and being a family. She realizes that she would rather have Brooke around and not be perfect than her mother who left her. Victoria leaves, and it's time for Sam and Jack to part ways. Sam meets Jack's new rockin' parents, the boyfriend and girlfriend words get thrown out, and before we know it, they're officially a couple. They awkwardly say goodbye and Sam finally tells Jack, "When you kissed me it was nice." So she lays one on him and he responds, "That was nice too." Ah to be young and in love.

But not everything is peachy in Tree Hill. As Peyton is driving along daydreaming of her future, she gets hit by another car and rushed to the hospital. All is OK, but her friends are shaken up when they learn about her condition. While Peyton may have walked away with no injuries, the same cannot be said for her car, The Comet, the one thing that has been a constant in their rocky relationship the past six seasons.

Victoria tries one more time to get Brooke to go back to work with her, and after agreeing to let Brooke have 51 percent ownership, the two are back but in business. But Brooke makes it clear Victoria still doesn't have a daughter. Later, Victoria finds Sam still crying at the diner and tells her everything's going to be OK. Perhaps she can try to make it right this time around.

Some other moments worth mentioning are Skills' cute crush on Jamie's teacher, Mommy Davis' nicknames "Bitch-toria" and "Vic-whoria," and Nathan and Haley discussing the private school visit.

Nathan: "We put our son in a cardigan."
Haley:
"I wore a cardigan."
Nathan:
That's because you were a nerd."

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As Brooke had to say hello to her mom "Bitch-toria" who came back into town, two other couples — Mouth and Millie, Sam and Jack — had to say their goodbyes. And while Nathan was stepping it up on the court, his son Jamie was excelling in the classroom. But it was a car accident that really shook up the group, all in this week's episode of One Tree Hill. read more

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