One Tree Hill: 10 Reasons We Want To Live In Tree Hill

  
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One Tree Hill was without a doubt one of the most popular series of the 2000s, and despite ending its run in 2012, its fans remain especially loyal and passionate about the show and its characters. While all fans know “there is only one Tree Hill,” it is truly a shame the fictional North Carolina town and the people in it are not real. For nine seasons, passionate fans lived vicariously through Brooke, Peyton, Lucas, Hayley and Nathan, and there were so many times we wished we could have been part of their world for real! Here are 10 reasons we would want to live in Tree Hill:

10. Karen’s Cafe

For most people that grew up in small towns, a major complaint is there is never anywhere to go or anything to do, but in Tree Hill there was always Karen’s Cafe. On top of having excellent snacks and coffee, it had the best service in town thanks to Karen, Hayley, and later Deb, and most importantly it was an excellent place when looking for some quality entertainment. From Jake’s debut to Sheryl Crow performing for Haley and Nathan to Gavin DeGraw also doing a performance there and of course Haley singing for Nathan, quite a bit of talent came and went through the doors of Karen’s Cafe.

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9. Everyone Is Good Looking

We all know that not even the most popular of kids looked the way Nathan, Lucas, Brooke or Peyton did while attending Tree Hill High. The town had its downfalls, but one thing was for certain, it did not lack for some really good looking people. High school is a difficult time for almost anyone, but when the guys look like the Scott brothers and the girls look Brooke, Peyton, Haley, and Rachel, that would at least be something to look forward to at school. It would also just be nice to live in a town where seemingly everyone was genetically blessed.

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