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Where Not To Look For Freedom
819
Season
Episode

8
19
Aired
April 26, 2011
Written by
Directed by

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"Where Not To Look For Freedom" is the nineteenth episode of the eighth season of One Tree Hill and the 171th episode produced in the series. It was broadcast on April 26, 2011. While Haley stays at home to take care of the new baby, Quinn organizes a concert at Tric. Meanwhile, Brooke gets an offer to return to Clothes Over Bros, and Nathan sets his sights on exposing Professor Kellerman.

Synopsis

Plot

Memorable Quotes

"My name is Julian Baker, my wife Brooke was in the car you hit."
"I'm sorry for that."
"You think that's enough? I watched her lungs fill with water because of what you did. I watched her eyes go dim."
"I said I was sorry."
"Well sorry isn't enough. You insensitive jerk, that's my wife. You understand? I nearly lost my wife. Nathan nearly lost his son, do you know what that feels like?"
"Yes, I do. I've lost both."
Julian Baker confronts August Kellerman about the hit and run.

Voiceover

Music

Featured Music:

  • Days Go By by The Confusions
  • Everyone Falls by Beth Thornley
  • For Now People by Joey Degraw
  • Gone by Ian Axel
  • Not In Love by Olin & The Moon
  • Psychasthenia by William Fitzsimmons
  • Struck By Lightning by The Wooden Birds
  • Whiskey by Jana Kramer

This episode is named after a song by The Belle Brigade. Opening theme song performed by Lucero.

Trivia

  • When Alex and Chase say "Cheers" after her performance at Tric, Chase is holding a glass with his right hand, and when the camera angle shifts to behind Chase, the glass is in his left hand.



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