Are you kidding? It was my first reaction when I understood that Clay and Quinn would be the main characters of the episode for the third time. I can't stand them! They are completely useless to the show.
At the beginning of the episode, Clay was still a "ghost" roaming the hospital. He met another "ghost" named Will, who was also fighting to make his way back. Will was a pretty interesting character and helped me to handle the out of body experience for the third time in a row.
Nathan insisted to give Clay one of his kidney in order to save him. What about his basketball career? He is about to play for the Charlotte Bobcats after fighting for years to enter the NBA and now he wants to quit...for Clay? I can't believe it! Luckily, the medical tests revealed that Nathan wasn't a match. Hurray! Finally a good news! But two minutes later, Nathan announced that his back problem was getting worse and that he might not play basketball anymore... What decision is he going to make? What will be the effects on his professional and personal life? Is the depressed Nathan (season 5) back to Tree Hill?
At the end of the episode, Will died and Clay lived thanks to Will, who gave him his kidney... Clay is back... What a disappointment!
The good news is that Victoria Davis is going to jail. She is finally taking her responsabilities for the whole financial fraud business. I was impressed by her behavior. She changed so much since the previous seasons. Is she finally a good mother for Brooke?
My favorite moment of the episode was when Jamie told Brooke and Julian that they're "going to make great parents some day". What more can we hope for? Brooke deserves to be happy and have a baby. I loved her relashionship with Sam (season 6). But what happened to her? She suddenly disappeared after receiving the letter from her biological mother and didn't give any news to Brooke... How sad is that? They were so close. Sam was definitely a trouble maker but she gave some fresh air to the show. Hope to see her back to Tree Hill really soon.
This week, the opening theme song was performed by Patrick Stump of Fall Out Boy but I didn't like it.