Run It Back with Sophia Bush

Published on March 23, 2022

Sophia Bush spent the early 2000s working on a little show called “One Tree Hill,” and now some of her co-stars from that show are popping up on Sophia’s new show, “Good Sam.” Find out what else Sophia misses from the early 2000s in this episode of “Run It Back,” and check out new episodes of “Good Sam” on Wednesday nights on CBS and streaming on Paramount+.

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  • R W 2 years ago

    Oh to be so shallow, that this sort of thing is all that worries you.

  • Mark Savin 2 years ago

    A beautiful person with kind soul and the sexiest voice ever, J’adore Sophia

  • Ryan Sucks 2 years ago

    She has some nice big HONKERS!

  • dave williams 2 years ago

    OMG, this was so boring. I’ll have to remember to never watch Sophia Bush in anything ever again.

  • jpdemer5 2 years ago

    The Razr was brilliant … but would it even work on today’s networks? I’d buy one if they gave it new innards. Hell, bring back the StarTac while you’re at it!
    Somebody really ought to do this; the design patents are long expired, so it’s an open field.

  • Flying ARK 2 years ago

    Anyone know when they come back?

  • Null and Void 2 years ago

    Disagree I love wear l wearing dress and pants

  • TheMeaningofHaste 2 years ago

    Hyper cute!

  • Eamonn Clabby 2 years ago

    A very articulate and charismatic woman….best wishes from the wirral peninsula, bounded by the mersey and the Dee and the Irish sea…geography and rhyme…E

  • okayso ya 2 years ago

    she kinda looked like sandra bullock in that thumbnail…

  • Nobody Knows 2 years ago

    Old monitors are never going to be retro/bring-it-back. Might as well bring back 8-track tapes.

  • Jon Greene 2 years ago

    She’s so great. Love her.

  • Kristin 2 years ago

    She’s pure nostalgia for me

  • SmallTownGamer 2 years ago

    2:38 pretty sure G.S.M. and C.D.M.A. networks aren’t active anymore. Sorry to bust your bubble. I loved mine too, and wish they were still a thing…


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