'One Tree Hill' sneak peek: Julian's documentary gets deep

oth-mouthful-diamonds.pngThis season of "One Tree Hill" has had an ongoing theme of moving forward and how our favorite characters manage to move on from traumatic or game-changing events in their lives.

As Brooke ( Sophia Bush) plans her wedding, Mouth ( Lee Norris) contemplates his career, and Nathan ( James Lafferty) leaves basketball behind, Julian ( Austin Nichols) watches it all go down through the unforgiving eye of his camera.

Julian initially came to Tree Hill to make a movie based on the fictionalized life story of these characters, and now, years later, he's taking a new approach: a documentary. As he encourages his friends to open up to the camera, it reminds us of some of our favorite "Felicity" episodes (who could forget Sean's docuVentary?) and if the preview below is anything to go on, it seems that he's successful.

In the upcoming episode, Nathan goes to Atlanta to make strides as a sports agent while Haley ( Bethany Joy Galeotti) consoles their son about his new braces. Brooke confronts her soon-to-be-mother-in-law, Sylvia ( Sharon Lawrence) about their clashing wedding plans. Also, Chase finally chooses between Mia and Alex -- both of whom slapped him in the last episode.

Hopefully, things will settle down a bit before Thanksgiving, when everyone will gather at Nathan and Haley's house to celebrate in an episode directed by Galeotti.




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