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  • Actors: Chad Michael Murray, James Lafferty, Hilarie Burton, Bethany Joy Galeotti, Paul Johansson
  • Format: PAL
  • Language: English
  • Subtitles: English, Danish, Finnish, Hebrew, Norwegian, Swedish
  • Subtitles For The Hearing Impaired: English
  • Region: Region 2 (This DVD may not be viewable outside Europe. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Number of discs: 6
  • Classification: 12
  • Studio: Warner Home Video
  • DVD Release Date: 10 April 2006
  • Run Time: 660 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (75 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B000E9802C
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 7,667 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)

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The complete second season of the popular US drama series. In this season Lucas (Chad Michael Murray) moves in with Dan (Paul Johansson) in an attempt to protect the people he loves. Brooke (Sophia Bush) and Peyton (Hilarie Burton) mend their friendship and embark on what becomes a year of romantic turmoil for them both whilst Nathan (James Lafferty) and Haley's (Bethany Joy Lenz) marriage frays. Episodes comprise: 'The Desperate Kingdom of Love', 'The Truth Doesn't Make A Noise', 'Near Wild Heaven', 'You Can't Always Get What You Want', 'I Will Dare', 'We Might As Well Be Strangers', 'Let the Reigns Go Loose', 'Truth Bitter Truth', 'The Trick Is To Keep Breathing', 'Don't Take Me for Granted', 'The Heart Brings You Back', 'Between Order and Randomness', 'The Hero Dies In This One', 'Quiet Things That No One Ever Knows', 'Unopened Letters to the World', 'Somewhere A Clock is Ticking', 'Something I Can Never Have', 'The Lonesome Road', 'I'm Wide Awake Its Morning', 'Lifetime Piling Up', 'What Could Have Been', 'The Tide That Left and Never Came Back' and 'The Leavers Dance'.

Synopsis

What a difference 12 months make. In high school sophomore year, half-brothers Nathan and Lucas Scott were bitter rivals on and off the basketball court. In junior year, they bond as brothers. But there's drama, trauma, devotion, betrayal, twists and turns to come. This DVD set containing all 22 Season Two Episodes plus Insightful Extras, continues the powerful saga of secrets kept and secrets revealed. To protect those he loves, Lucas moves in with Dan. Brooke and Peyton mend their friendship - and begin a year of romantic turmoil for both. Nathan and Haley's marriage frays. Newcomers to Tree Hill High push emotions into high gear. And in the background is vindictive Dan Scott, controlling others like an evil puppet master. But there are some things even he can't control.

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17 of 18 people found the following review helpful By Dutch and Red on 16 Dec. 2005
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I'm currently watching this on TV and have nearly seen the entire season. The storylines are much more mature than season one and so far there has not been one basketball match featured! The actors have pulled off very touching and emotional performances that all deserve recognition: especially Brooke who struggles to open her heart after it has been broken previously.
The season begins with the inevitable return of Lukas and Keith which causes the newly reunited Peyton and Brooke to make peace with the man they once fought over. They find this an easier task than they thought, and their new friendship with Lukas is touching in later episodes of the season.
This season is based primarily on the characters romantic affairs with many of the characters falling in love then having their heart broken. Peyton falls for the runaway Jake who returns with his daughter Jenny, and Karen has an extremely close student-teacher relationship whilst attending a business course. Taboo subjects like drugs and homosexuality are also dealt with giving the characters depth and emotion, and showing the audience that problems should be faced and dealt with.
The main focus of the season is the strain put on the teenage newlyweds Hayley and Nathan. Hayley wishes to pursue a singing career and Nathan begins to wonder if he is a part of her future. The following events change their lives forever and both actors pull off poignant performances.
The best part of the season is Lukas and Karen's boyfriend's pursuit of Dan, who from what I have seen will get his comeuppance for all of his crimes against his family and friends.
Overall this is a much more mature and well scripted season that is thoroughly enjoyable to watch. Definitely one of the best teen dramas on the TV and, dare I say it, better than 'The OC'.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Lindymck on 14 Nov. 2011
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season 2 starts off right where we left everybody. keith and lucas are in charleston and dan is recovering from his heart attack and this brings everybody together. new faces arrive to stir things up for not only the teens but for the adults too, jake returns to tree hill just in time to save peyton from herself and mouth becomes a more regular fixture. haley gets into music and meets chris keller (who everybody hates) and heads off on tour. bethany joy lenz who plays haley performs her stuff alongside music guest stars: jimmy eat world, the wreckers and tyler hilton (who plays chris keller)

all 22 episodes, episode commentaries, deleted scenes and featurettes about the show
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12 of 14 people found the following review helpful By Cristina Slough on 1 Mar. 2006
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When I first sat down to watch One Tree Hill season 1 the very first episode, I was fustrated by Peyton's annoying teenage mood swings and the constant snide remarks she'd make when others were being nice to her. As the weeks passed the characters grew stonger and progressed out of a normal american teenage drama into a show that was worth giving up a night out for. Season 2 see's Tree Hill's kids grow into adults into finding themselves, Hayley falls into the classic middle of the road as Britney once finally sung 'not a girl not yet a woman; as she seeks becoming a star and living her dream with music but also walking away from Nathan Scott the once bad spoliked brat she tamed into a loveable man. Nathan really comes into his own as he journeys down the road of heartbreak, there is an amazing preformance in which he finally cracks in 'I'm wide awake it's morning' this covers every raw emotion, and fun scenes on racing cars, fun music and female togetherness as Deb, Brooke, Karen and Peyton support eachother in times of trouble. Dan proves to be the lovable villian we all know and love, Keith becomes less of a push over and finally starts to put himself first. Brooke still has feelings for Lucas but having been so hurt and betrayed she tries firmly to dismiss those heart flutters and try her hand at 'friends with bennifits' with the 'i love myself' Felix. Felix and his lesibian/straight sister Anna add a bit of spice to the season mid way but pleasing they served there temporary slots nicely. The darling nerd Mouth finally finds love which is FINALLY returned. Peyton gives outstanding preformances when Jake returns with baby Jenny, this actress is really going places.Read more ›
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By C. P. Whiting on 22 Feb. 2009
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Having been an unlikely person to get hooked on a show like this in the first place, I couldn't wait to get Series 2. After a great ending to the first series, it was going to be interesting to see what events were going to unfold this time round. It does start off quite slow and it does take several episodes before the big story lines start to kick in, although it is all part of the big build up. There are also a few new faces thrown into the mix. However when it does eventually get going, you once again find yourself gripped by the show and consequently end up getting to bed later than you should because you want to squeeze in another episode! At the end of series 2, I was straight onto Series 3, so the show has done a great job in keeping me interested and gripping me with it's story lines, so its another 5 star rating from me.
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