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One Tree Hill Episode: "Mouthful of Diamonds"

Season 8, Episode 8
Episode Synopsis: Nathan's job takes him to Atlanta, where he meets NFL star Tony Gonzalez (appearing as himself). Elsewhere, the tension between Brooke and Sylvia reaches a boiling point; Chase comes to a decision about Mia and Alex; and Jamie adjusts to his new braces.
Original Air Date: Nov 9, 2010
Guest Cast Sharon Lawrence: Sylvia Tony Gonzalez: Himself
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Season 8, Episode 8
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Length: 42:12
Aired: 11/9/2010
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One Tree Hill Episode Recap: "Mouthful of Diamonds" Season 8, Episode 8

This week's episode of One Tree Hill explores the idea of happiness through the eyes of Julian's different documentary subjects.

Brooke terminates ownership of Clothes Over Bros and the last thing she needs is Julian's mom reminding her of the wedding they can no longer afford. When Sylvia tells Brooke that she's booked a lavish hotel for the reception, Brooke finally admits that she may be taking her money for the wedding, but she won't take her input. This does not sit well with Sylvia and the two go at it. "Just because you're upset with your mother is no reason to take this out on me," Sylvia says. "Just because your son is in love with me is no reason to take it out on my liquor cabinet," Brooke responds. "Good luck with the backyard hootenanny," Sylvia retorts. "Good luck with being old," Brooke shoots back.

Nathan heads to Atlanta to get Troy, his new client, to sign a contract with the Falcons. Player Tony Gonzales talks to them and tells him that it's a great organization and he should join the team. Afterward, Nathan gives a pretty heartwarming speech about playing the sport you love which results in Troy signing with the team.  "Appreciate it; it won't last forever," Nathan tells him.

While Nate is on the road, Clay is still recovering. His frustration is through the roof when he can't open a can of vegetables. He finally gets it and yells, "Yes, suck it, soup." He then visits the grave of Will, the guy he met in the hospital, and is reminded that he survived and Will didn't, so he's going to stop spending his days being bitter.

Erin is working on her music, but is still hesitant to sign with Red Bedroom Record. She goes to Haley's house and although she sees a big house, she also sees a similar piano. Erin begins to realize they're not as different as she thought they were. Haley opens up about her mother's death and tells Erin that one day she ended up on the other end of a phone call with a girl that sounded just like her. "I hear truth in your music. I hear hope," Haley tells Erin.

Julian watches an old family video. Brooke joins him and he says that in working on his documentary he's realized that people get lost by thinking of happiness as a destination. "We're always thinking someday we'll be happy, but if happiness is a mood then it's a condition. it comes and goes, and that's OK." Brooke realizes she took the unhappiness of losing her company out on Sylvia and apologizes for how she spoke to her in the morning. "I love your son and I know that the two of you have always been very close, and I know the great qualities I see in him came from you," she says. Sylvia returns the compliment and tells her she's a beautiful, smart and successful woman. They hug it out.

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This week's episode of One Tree Hill explores the idea of happiness through the eyes of Julian's different documentary subjects.

Brooke terminates ownership of Clothes Over Bros and the last thing she needs is Julian's mom reminding her of the wedding they can no longer afford. When Sylvia tells Brooke that she's booked a lavish hotel for the reception, Brooke finally admits that... read more

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