The only way you could possibly understand any of these issues is if you're from Tree Hill. Since, there is only One Tree Hill and it's your home.
1. When you're trying to join the basketball team, but your half brother (that lives with your asshole dad who pretends you don’t exist) is being a total dick:
2. When you try to help out a pretty girl and she verbally attacks you:
3. When you’re just trying to tutor someone and they’re all like “Don’t say I never gave you anything”:
4. When you tell your best friend that you’re just tutoring his asshole half-brother, but wind up marrying him:
5. When you're trying to give the valedictorian speech at your high school graduation, but your water breaks:
6. When you try to go to your senior prom, but your psycho stalker won't let you:
7. When you picked the boys you want, put them on the door, and your then best friend totally disregards everything:
“Peyton! He’s on the DAMN DOOR under me!”
8. When you love a guy and want your best friend to be happy for you, but they love him too, and things get real complicated:
9. When you're trying to get a heart transplant, but a dog steals and eats your new heart:
10. When you're just trying to casually attend a wedding but get kidnapped by your crazy nanny:
11. When you decide it's a good idea to marry one of three girls you've loved, call them, and ask them to meet you at the airport so you can fly to Vegas:
12. When you think it's a good idea to get married in high school and then are shocked when things don't work out perfectly:
13. When you just want to be friends with people and they decide to always leave:
14. When you're just trying to have a nice day on the beach but someone tries to baptize you:
15. When you were always trying to be a really diligent student but your sisters were secretly getting you high:
16. When you're trying to have a normal relationship with your boyfriend but then the stalker that looks like his dead wife decides to shoot you:
17. When your trying to enjoy your wedding day, but the limo flips over a bridge:
18. When you can’t understand why you’re dad is weirded out that your Nanny Deb is dating your Uncle Skills:
19. When you totally forget you have a kid and your kid is like “WTF are you talking about dad?”:
20. When you’re just trying to come home to wife and kids and get kidnapped:
Scott boys, getting kidnapped like it's nobody's business.
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Singer K.D. Lang has sparked rumours of a new romance with the estranged wife of Canadian ice hockey team boss N. Murray Edwards. The Constant Craving hitmaker has been spotted on numerous dinner dates with Heather Edwards in Calgary, Canada in recent weeks and online publication Frank reports their relationship is more than platonic after they bonded over their shared passion for Buddhism.
lang, who 'came out' as a lesbian in 1992, split from her girlfriend of eight years, Jamie Price, in 2011 and was previously linked to actresses Julie Cypher and The L Word's Leisha Hailey.
Oil billionaire N. Murray Edwards, a co-owner of the Calgary Flames, quietly parted ways with Heather last year (13), according to the New York Post.
Famous Scots including Annie Lennox, Alan Cumming and Kevin Mckidd have spoken out on the day of the country's crunch referendum to urge fans to vote on the country's future. Scotland goes to the polls on Thursday (18Sep14) to decide whether to break away from the United Kingdom, and a slew of high-profile stars have spoken out in a last-ditch bid to sway the votes.
Eurythmics star Lennox, who was born in Aberdeen, insists she does not have a personal preference which way the vote goes, but she has urged her fellow Scots to think carefully before casting their ballot.
In a post on her Facebook.com page, she writes, "I am 'agnostic' in this matter... Once the die is cast... It will be what it will be. As a Scot who has lived beyond the border for over two thirds of my lifetime, I have no right to vote, therefore my view is practically irrelevant. However - I would like to say this... Whichever way you cast your vote, please think long term. A pro independence vote will be absolutely irreversible... Be wise Scotia... The future is in your hands."
Grey's Anatomy star McKidd, who is backing the 'Yes' campaign, tells Britain's Daily Record newspaper, "I've always been a supporter of independence for Scotland... I don't live in Scotland so don't get a vote, but all my family are still here... Everybody is going to be relieved when Friday comes no matter what happens."
Social networking website Twitter.com has also been flooded with debate over the vote, and another 'Yes' campaigner, The Good Wife star Cumming, writes, "Scotland! Please! Dare to dream," while Icelandic singer Bjork adds, "Declare independence... Go Scotland go!!!!!!!!"
Actor/funnyman Russell Brand writes, "Scotland, be brave. Vote with your hearts. You can strike the first blow for us against Westminster," while Simon Pegg adds, "Thinking of you Scotland. Give it all you've got," before joking, "Apparently a number of impatient 'Yes' campaigners have unbuckled Scotland and are currently towing it into the North Sea."
Harry Potter author J. K. Rowling writes on Wednesday night (17Sep14), "Big day in Scotland tomorrow #indyref (sic). My head says no and my heart shouts it - but whatever happens, I hope we're all friends by Saturday."
Others stars campaigning online on Thursday included actors Ashley Judd, Luke Treadaway, and David Morrissey, filmmaker Michael Moore, rocker Tim Burgess, singer Alison Moyet and tennis ace Andy Murray.
Singer Jewel is staying positive about her marriage split, insisting she's "heartened" by the way she and her estranged husband Ty Murray are planning their divorce. The star announced the break-up on her official website in July (14), revealing she and the retired bull riding champion had decided to divorce after six years of marriage.
She wrote, "Ty and I have always tried to live the most authentic life possible, and we wanted our separation as husband and wife to be nothing less loving than the way we came together. For some time we have been engaged in a private and difficult, but thoughtful and tender undoing of ourselves."
She added, "Our dedication to our son is unwavering and we are both committed to being the best partners in raising our son. Due to the spirit in which we have gone about this separation, we trust we can remain dear friends who hold each other in high esteem, which is so important to us as parents - as we wish only what is best for our son."
Now, two months after the post, Jewel reveals things are going well and both she and Murray are committed to doing what's best for their three-year-old son Kase.
She tells U.S. news show Access Hollywood Live, "It's (divorce) such a difficult thing... but I feel really fortunate for the position that he and I are in because we're such great friends and we're really great parents, and that's the number one thing we care about, so I really feel so blessed to be in that position."
"We really feel like this is the best thing for us; we feel it's the best thing for Kase and that everybody, hopefully, will win if we can go through this in the right way, which I feel really heartened that we are."
Benedict Cumberbatch's The Imitation Game has won the top prize at Canada's Toronto International Film Festival. The film, in which Cumberbatch portrays British mathematician Alan Turing who helped break Germany's Enigma Code in World War II, landed the Grolsch People's Choice honour on Sunday (14Sep14).
Patricia Clarkson and Sir Ben Kingsley's Learning to Drive and St. Vincent, which features Bill Murray and Melissa McCarthy, were named runners-up.
Other winners included Beats of the Antonov, which claimed the People's Choice Award as the festival's best documentary and What We Do in the Shadows, which was feted with the People's Choice Midnight Madness Award.
Sunday's awards ceremony brought the 2014 Toronto International Film Festival to a close.
"Melissa (McCarthy) would be a spectacular Ghostbuster. And Kristen Wiig is so funny... I like this girl Linda Cardellini a lot, and Emma Stone is funny. There are some funny girls out there." Bill Murray names his ideal cast for the new female-focused reboot of the Ghostbusters franchise.
Comedian Bill Murray turned taxi driver for a night last week (ends05Sep14) after taking over the wheel so his Californian cabbie could practise his saxophone skills. The Ghostbusters star made the revelation during an appearance at the Toronto Film Festival in Canada on Friday (05Sep14), which organisers had named Bill Murray Day, when he recalled how his cab driver on Thursday night (04Sep14) had mentioned he was a saxophone player.
He explained, "I said, 'When do you practice?' He said, 'I drive 14 hours a day.'"
The response prompted Murray to offer to swap places with the taxi driver, who agreed to perform for the movie star from the backseat of the car.
Murray continued, "Not only did he play all the way to Sausalito (in California), which is a long way, we stopped and got barbecue. He (wound up) playing in what some would call a sketchy, weird place in Oakland (California) at 2.15 in the morning... It was great and it made for a beautiful night!"
Leonardo DiCaprio enjoyed a late night at the U.S. Open tennis tournament on Wednesday (03Sep14) when he chose to stay up to watch Novak Djokovic defeat a weary Andy Murray. The bearded movie star sat in a luxury box to watch the match of the day at USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center in New York.
DiCaprio was joined by his mum Irmelin.
The three-hour-plus match ended after 1am local time and now number one seed Djokovic will play Japanese tennis sensation Kei Nishikori in the semi-finals this weekend (06-07Sep14).
Funnyman Bill Murray surprised attendees at a minor-league baseball game in Minnesota on Thursday night (28Aug14) by greeting fans at the entrance as he helped to check tickets. The Ghostbusters star is a co-owner of the St. Paul Saints and he decided to get back to basics by joining ground staff to take tickets at the Midway Stadium turnstiles for the team's last home game of the season.
The actor, who helped to revive the local kids' team in 1993, further delighted devotees by agreeing to pose for pictures while on the job.
Once inside the venue, he stepped up to the field to show off his sporting skills and even caught the ceremonial first pitch, thrown by Mayor of St. Paul, Chris Coleman.
Murray is no stranger to sporting events - the huge Chicago Cubs fan is a regular at the Major League Baseball team's home games in his native Illinois. He is also a part owner of several other minor league baseball teams, including New York Yankees feeder organisation the Charleston RiverDogs.
Movie star Bill Murray is to get his own day in Canada. The American funnyman will be feted at the the Toronto International Film Festival next month (Sep14) with Bill Murray Day. Festival bosses will honour the actor with free screenings of his movies Groundhog Day, Ghostbusters and Stripes before the premiere of his new film St. Vincent on 5 September (14).