Everyday Is a Sunday Evening put Nathan to the forefront of the show and was successful.
Nathan narrated the episode and I quite enjoyed that. I liked how he was in control of the team and doing so well. His smirk has he threw the last basket was brilliant. And Dan even declares how proud he is of Nathan in quite a strange scene. Of course he'd pick after them putting a restraining order on him to say all that stuff. Brooke and Mouth wanted to get revenge on Rachel by showing Cooper that she's in high school - the plan falls through but he finds out anyway. Busted. BUT he still sleeps with her, that's a mistake.
Meanwhile, Peyton is visiting Jake. It was nice to see them all together again. Maybe a little soppy at times but I totally understood what Peyton said about Sundays by yourself being ruined because you know you have to go to school the next day. And the ending with Peyton proposing to Jake was a surprise and a rash decision too. A nice cliff-hanger though.
So now Peyton and Lucas are going to return to Tree Hill...