One Tree Hill

Season 9 Episode 2

In the Room Where You Sleep

Aired Wednesday 8:00 PM Jan 18, 2012 on The CW
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Episode Summary

Brooke discusses a new business idea with her father, and Julian continues to worry about his investment in the sound stage. Quinn convinces Clay to seek help for his sleeping problems, and Millie struggles to be honest with Mouth. Chris Keller presents Alex with a lucrative offer, and Nathan volunteers to scout in Europe, leaving Dan with Haley and Jamie.


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  • In The Room Where You Sleep

    If this was indeed Alex Dupre's final episode I am disappointed. Not a fitting farewell to a character that has done a lot in the past three seasons, and has been the highlight of the show for me for most of that time period.

    Nathan has never been fair to Dan so his mistreating is no surprise. I do miss the more villainous Dan though and hope we get a return of that this season.

    The Mouth and Millie scenes just.....just so unnecessary.

    Solid episode, but I keep expecting more.moreless
  • Yay no Alex!

    Firstly, I'd like to say that the first 4 seasons of OTH were amazing, the next 2 were ok and ever since Lucas and Peyton were written off, everything went down hill. This show should have been killed off after season 6! The only reason I still watch is I want to see how it ends, since I do fel loyal to the good seasons of the show!

    The good news is Lucas comes back for one episode! How can the writers even think to have OTH without Lucas, the entire show was based on him!

    If you'd like a review of this episode, I don't have one. I couldn't notice anything except for Alex's ridiculously dark tan. Did anyone on the set actually think that looked good? She has bad friends for letting her go on screen looking like a charcoal.moreless
  • Goodbye Alex Dupre!!

    This was not a good as last week's, but I still really enjoyed it!!

    There were a lot of laughs this episode!!

    This was Jana Kramer's final episode!! I didn't like Alex when we first met her, but after a while she grew on me and now I love her. I'm really going to miss her. I'm glad that she at least had a good reason for leaving. I love that the reason was a throwback to season 2 in that she chose a tour over Chase.

    I could have done without all the Chuck scenes. It's cool when he is hanging with Jamie at the River Court or at school, but I'm kind of tired of him. I really hate that he is all buddy-buddy with Chris Keller and that he started using third person. Chris Keller was as always amazing. He has a bit of classic Chris Keller with a bit of whoever this new Chris Keller he is trying to be is. Chris and Chuck singing Chuck's song was funny and cute, but totally unnecessary. I love that Chris Keller wrote the Toaster Pastry song!!! And when he was at Naley's house...that was brilliant!!

    I loved the few Naley scenes that we had. I wish there were going to be more between them this season. Jamie is growing up so fast. He looks so much older than when we first saw him in season 5. I loved Haley's scene with Dan when said how much she loved Keith and how she misses him everyday. I still slightly feel bad for Dan, but I don't trust him. I never have.

    I wish we would just find out what is going on with Clay. Does he really have a sleeping disorder? Is he developing a drug dependency of some sort and that's why he didn't take his prescription? Or is it something else? Fat Mouth was interesting. It's a totally random storyline, but funny. It will be interesting to see if he gets skinny again and how he goes about getting there.

    Brooke and Julian were the best. I loved the opening with them and Victoria. And Victoria can bake? What? Julian better be careful or he is going to be fatter than Mouth. I don't know if I can trust Mr. Davis. I didn't trust Victoria in the beginning and ended up liking her only to have her completely change again by causing Brooke to lose the company. I'm not sure what to think about him.

    Sorry for the long review. I will try to shorten them as the episodes continue.moreless
Jessica Lucas (III)

Jessica Lucas (III)


Guest Star

Amber Sheets

Amber Sheets


Guest Star

Steve Rassin

Steve Rassin


Guest Star

Richard Burgi

Richard Burgi

Ted Davis

Recurring Role

Daphne Zuniga

Daphne Zuniga

Victoria Davis

Recurring Role

Michael May

Michael May

Chuck Skolnick

Recurring Role

Featured Episode Clip

Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions


  • TRIVIA (0)

  • QUOTES (4)

    • Nathan: I gotta go to Europe.
      Haley: I thought Clay was going.
      Nathan: I know, but apparently Clay....
      Jamie: (yells out his bedroom door) Clay's a werewolf!
      Nathan: Clay's a werewolf.

    • (Nathan opens the front door)
      Chris: Well, well, Nathan Scott.
      Nathan: Chris Keller. What are you doing here?
      Chris: I run Red Bedroom Records. Didn't Haley tell you?
      Nathan: Apparently my wife no longer tells me things.

    • Haley: (to Dan) Dan, not a day goes by that I don't miss Keith, or hate you for what you did to him, and to Nathan, and to our entire family. I have no sympathy for you. But if there is such a thing as rehabilitation or forgiveness, then I believe every person should have the opportunity to prove that they've changed. That's why you're here.

    • Haley: Alright. You can go to Europe on one condition. Take me with you and handcuff me to the bed.
      Nathan: I wish.

  • NOTES (3)

    • This episode marks the final appearance of Jana Kramer (Alex).

    • Original International Air Dates:
      Norway: Tuesday, February 7, 2012 on FEM
      United Kingdom: Monday, March 12, 2012 on E4/E4 HD
      Turkey: Friday, May 24, 2013 on CNBC-e

    • Featured Music:
      "Box of Stones" by Benjamin Francis Leftwich
      "Fall" by Lanu
      "Following Footsteps" by Greg Holden
      "I Can See You Shine" by Gabe Dixon
      "Kickin' My Heels" by Tyler Hilton
      "Real" by Amy May
      "Sad" by Daphne Willis
      "We're Gonna Make It" by Michael May
      "What I Love About Your Love" by Jana Kramer
      "Where You Are" by The Submarines
      "You And Me" by Ben Rector