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This addictive teen drama can be depressing at times
- Episode 3x13, "The Wind That Blew My Heart Away"
- Ellie's death, and Peyton's reaction when she walks in with the newly printed "Friends With Benefit" CD to find Ellie dead on the couch.
- Episode 3x16, "With Tired Eyes, Tired Minds, Tired Souls, We Slept"
- Brooke's distress at not knowing if any of her friends are still alive.
- Jimmy talking about the moment he realised nobody at Tree Hill High noticed when he was off school for 3 weeks after overdosing on anti-depressants.
- Keith trying to talk Jimmy down, only to helplessly watch as the troubled teen turns the gun on himself, swiftly followed by Keith's death.
- Episode 3x17, "Who Will Survive, And What Will Be Left Of Them"
- Keith's funeral
- Jimmy's funeral, especially when the viewer realises that the only people to show up are Jimmy's mother, Mouth, Junk, Fergie, Skills & Lucas.
- Episode 4x10, Songs To Love And Die By"
- The return of Keith Scott as Lucas's guide.
- The various instances of how life would have changed if Lucas was a lesser person than he is, particularly Peyton being dead because Lucas did go into the school & rescue her during the school shooting.
- Lucas being shown that if he doesn't go back, then Peyton will never get past his death & will greave for him the rest of her life.
- Nathan's helpless pleading with the unconcious Haley to give him a sign she can hear him.
- A word to the wise: best not to watch the graduation episodes when you're graduating high school yourself.
- Episode 5x05. "I Forgot To Remember To Forget"
- Episode 6x03, "Get Cape. Wear Cape. Fly."
- The episode in general is just horribly depressing: it involves the funeral of Quentin Fields, who has been shot and killed. Just try not to cry when Nathan and Haley have to tell Jamie, who was close to Q. Some of the moments with Brooke and her foster daughter Sam are pretty emotional, as is the episode where Lucas has to write the scene where Keith dies in the screenplay for his movie. The season finale is also full of emotional moments: Lucas having to parent Sawyer alone while Peyton is in a coma, Peyton eventually waking up and finally their departure in the Comet with Sawyer, Nathan getting called up to the NBA, etc.
- Episode 7x07, "I And Love And You"
- The Reveal thatClay's wife Sara is really dead, and that she is just an imagining of Clay's. Hokey, but depressing as all hell.
- Episode 7x16, "My Attendance is Bad But My Intentions Are Good"
- Taylor freaking out after being told that Lydia is going to die of pancreatic cancer.
- Episode 7x18, "The Last Day of Our Acquaintance"
- Lydia James dies of pancreatic cancer.
- Episode 8x11, "Darkness on the Edge of Town"
- A hurricane-esque storm rips through Tree Hill and Jamie, his teacher, and some classmates are in an accident, when they're found by Brooke. She manages to get the teacher and two classmates out okay, but still has to stay behind to get Jamie. Eventually, the car is tipped over the side of the bridge and into the river, when the levee breaks. Julian, Brooke's fiance, is trying desperately to get her out, until Brooke finally tells him to get Jamie out instead. "He's just a boy! And he loves you, and so do I!" He does, but this nearly kills Brooke, and he's forced to do CPR on her. What makes it worse is that Sophia Bush and Austin Nichols were together in real life at the time, which means it must have been hell to act.
- Episode 9x11, "Danny Boy"
- The death of Dan Scott. It made people who hardly ever cry while watching tear up several times throughout the episode.
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