One Tree Hill Episodes

2006, TV Show

One Tree Hill Episode: "Weeks Go by Like Days"

Season 7, Episode 13
Episode Synopsis: Nathan and Jamie meet up with Haley while she's on tour; and Brooke and Julian reconnect after a long absence. Meanwhile, Clay and Quinn decide how to proceed with their relationship; and Alex atones for her mistakes after leaving rehab.
Original Air Date: Jan 18, 2010

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Season 7, Episode 13
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Length: 42:02
Aired: 1/18/2010
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One Tree Hill Episode Recap: "Weeks Go By Like Days" Season 7, Episode 13

One Tree Hill is back and begins with a little "I'm gonna knock you out" chant that Haley and her men use to get pumped up for the show. Nathan and Jamie have joined her for the last leg of the tour (and apparently it's summer?) and wow, they really sexed Haley up. As the Scotts return to Tree Hill for the final concert, little Jamie tells his buddies all about him and his "road dogs" and suddenly his bragging has lost their interest. In a nice father-son moment, Nate advises that although he'll get to do a lot of cool things in life, none of it matters without his friends.

Clay and Quinn
A bit of a dull episode for the new hot couple. After professing that he planned to fall insanely in love with her, Clay spends six weeks on the road recruiting. Just as Quinn receives the papers that her divorce is final, Clay returns so the two can officially start dating. He wants to take it slow, but when he can't help but act awkward with Quinn in front of Nate, Nate finally snaps it out of him. "I miss my friend," Nate tells his agent.

Alex and Millicent
While Alex successfully completed her treatment, Millicent did not. Completely lost and back to her partying ways, two unexpected people are there when she needs someone most: Alex and Victoria. As Millie appears in court for her drunk driving case, Victoria shows up to tell the judge that Millie works for her. After a lack of appreciation, Victoria asks her, "I'm sorry, does that mean thank you in coke-whore land?"

Because it's not enough of a kick in the butt to get sober, Millicent ends up back at Makenna's party. Alex, who keeps telling Julian she's "fine," can't escape the permanent reminders on her wrists of hitting rock-bottom and sets out to save her friend since no one was ever there to save her. She knows exactly where to find Millie and grabs her by the arm and drags her home. After refusing to leave Millicent's apartment until she start talking, Alex tells her, "Be as nasty as you want, I'm staying because I love you and I'm not giving up on you." Millie finally breaks down and tells her to stop being so nice. It all comes out as Mille says  she told Alex she was washed up and then Alex tried to kill herself. The two hug as Millie realizes Alex doesn't blame her. 

Brooke and Julian
Also coming home after being on the road with her new creative consultant Alexander Coyne, Brooke — of course — bumps into Julian at the airport. But he's not there to surprise her, instead he's there to pick up Alex. Brooke leaves and continues to bury herself in work, refusing to spill what's on her mind to her hot (and sexy accented) new co-worker. "Your work should be your passion, not a place you hide when your love life sucks," Alexander bluntly tells her.

Julian shows up to Brooke's studio to plead with her once again. Seriously, B is getting on my nerves each time she argues with Julian. Once again, Brooke won't let him back in, and even Haley tries to remind her that although trust has always been hard for her, "Alex isn't Peyton and Julian is not Lucas." True that, sister. Even Victoria talks with her daughter about not letting the "space thing being a long way to goodbye."

We Belong
Everything comes to a head as Haley performs her final show of the tour. Brooke talks to Julian and explains that she knows there's something more between him and Alex, but he finally gives up on the fight. "Right now you need to work on you and I need to work on me." He goes back to the hotel, where Alex is also staying, and when she asks him how they finally got funding for their film, he admits that he and his father put up the money. "Why would you do that?" she asks. "Because I believe in you," he answers. Do you think these two are really going to get together or will Julian hold out for B?

Meanwhile, Clay walks Quinn home and cutely asks her to be his girlfriend. After a steamy kiss, she goes inside where it's not long before there's another knock on the door. It's her ex David. Right behind him is the third James sister, Taylor (who famously took Nate's v-card back in the day). Haley awkwardly introduces David and Taylor but Taylor quickly says, "I prefer to call him my new boyfriend," and gives him a big smooch. Um, what? Next, we see Millicent return home from her first night back at work and Mouth is there (yay!). And finally, as Julian puts the picture of him and Brooke away, we see Brooke show up to Alexander's door. "Still want to have that dinner?" she asks.

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One Tree Hill is back and begins with a little "I'm gonna knock you out" chant that Haley and her men use to get pumped up for the show. Nathan and Jamie have joined her for the last leg of the tour (and apparently it's summer?) and wow, they really sexed Haley up. As the Scotts return to Tree Hill for the final concert, little Jamie tells his buddies all about him and his "road dogs" and suddenly his bragging has lost their interest. In a nice father-son moment, Nate advises that although he'll get to do a lot of cool things in life, none of it matters without his friends.

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