One Tree Hill

Season 3 Episode 2

From the Edge of the Deep Green Sea

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Aired Wednesday 8:00 PM Oct 12, 2005 on The CW
9.4
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Brooke decides to celebrate the start of senior year by hosting an end-of-summer bash at the beach. But not everyone's in the mood to party. Nathan has finally come home from basketball camp, but he makes it clear to Haley that he isn't ready to come home to her. Meanwhile, Peyton reels from the news of her adoption and Lucas tries to cope with Brooke's new rules for dating.moreless

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  • Beach party!

    9.0
    From the Edge of the Deep Green Sea proves that Tree Hill is better without annoying new characters, and just focusing on drama that we love.



    The boy doors begins here - this is cause for quite a bit of drama in the show and it was exciting to see Brooke start it here. Speaking of her, Brooke's playing the field attitude doesn't work and I was glad to see Lucas tell her he's the one for her. They have chemistry and I like how their relationship is slowly developing. Nathan still isn't forgiving Haley and while she did wrong, it's tough seeing her so down. Even the way Peyton just brushed her off was hard to watch BUT I'm glad they went there, it wouldn't be believable if everyone forgave her.But Haley tells Nathan that she isn't going anywhere - she's going to fight for him.



    Meanwhile, Peyton argues more with her dad over Ellie. Lucas sees her dealing drugs and Peyton confronts her about it. I do like this storyline and how it's gradually building up. How amusing was Karen telling Dan that it's a shame he didn't die in the fire? And he thinks Lucas tried to kill him because he remembers his face in the fire. He's gonna get even more evil now...I like how Haley and Luke's friendship is back. I was totally on Lucas's side when he told Nathan not to treat Haley badly!!



    This season remains strong so far.



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  • Party!!!!

    9.5
    This is a great episode!! I love the idea of the bonfire to celebrate the end of summer and the beginning of the school year.



    Nathan is home and is ignoring Haley. I feel so bad for her. She wants them to be together and so do I, but after all this time he just can't up and forgive her for leaving. Peyton is not sure what to do about Ellie especially after Lucas tells her he saw her buying drugs. Dan is remembering things about the fire and one thing he remembers is seeing Lucas there.



    I love how much of a good friend Lucas is and goes to talk to Nathan about Haley. And I loved his speech to Brooke. I want him to be with Peyton, but his "I'm the guy for you" speech to Brooke was so beautiful!!



    Overall, I loved this episode!!



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  • this was a good ep

    9.0
    in this ep of the show one tree hill brook thinks its time to pary and so she has a summer bash on the beach but people dont see to be in the mood lucas is having a problem dealing with brooks new dating rules where she can talk to other guys and lucs adoes not seem to be in to that kind and peyton final gets the news about her adoption and how that lady is really her mother and nathan makes it clear to haley that he is not at all ready to comeback to her this was a good ep i thoughtmoreless
  • Season 3, Episode 2.

    9.5
    Brooke decides to celebrate the start of junior year by hosting an end-of-summer bash at the beach. But not everyone's in the mood to party. Nathan has finally come home from basketball camp, but he makes it clear to Haley that he isn't ready to come home to her. Meanwhile, Peyton reels from the news of her adoption and Lucas tries to cope with Brooke's new rules for dating. Haha Brooke. BROOKE: I ate your sherbet last night while I was hanging your wall mural.

    HALEY: Where'd you get it?

    BROOKE: The freezer...

    HALEY: ... The wall mural.

    LMAO! Brooke is like the new Bevin. Haha, good episode.moreless
  • This episode was fantastic!

    10
    Nathan comes home, but he doesn't tell Haley. She wants to work on their marriage, but he isn't ready yet. There is an End of Summer Beach Party. Peyton struggles on whether to give Ellie a chance, but Lucas answers that for her when he tells her he saw Ellie buying drugs. Larry tells Ellie to stay away. Brooke hangs out with some lifeguards as Lucas looks on. He tells her that he's the guy for her. Dan tries to find out who started the fire. The police shut down the investigation. He suspects Karen and Lucas for now.



    This episode was great! Tim is hilarious! If I didn't know who started the fire already, I would really be confused. There's so many suspects! This episode receives a 10 out of 10!moreless
Andrew Springer

Andrew Springer

Lifeguard #2

Guest Star

Heather Philipsen

Heather Philipsen

Amy

Guest Star

Tilky Jones

Tilky Jones

Lifeguard

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Brett Claywell

Brett Claywell

Tim Smith

Recurring Role

Kevin Kilner

Kevin Kilner

Larry Sawyer

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Sheryl Lee

Sheryl Lee

Elizabeth "Ellie" Harp

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Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions

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  • TRIVIA (2)

    • To avoid any chance of them liking the same guy again Brooke writes a list of guys for her and a list for Peyton, on the doors of Peyton's wardrobe. The lists are:

      Brooke:
      Lucas, Mouth, Lifeguards (all of them), half the team - Fede, Daniel, Marrayan, Zach, Jabbar, Cooper, Larry and Dave Grohl.

      Peyton:
      Jake, Nathan, Anna, half the team - Kempus, Mike, Dustin, Brendan, Skills, Fergie, Garbage (means Junk), Dan, and the rest of the Foo Fighters.

      Brooke then swaps Dave Grohl for Anna.

    • When Lucas and Nathan are playing basketball into the first five minutes of the show, Lucas' shirt is wet with sweat after Nathan shoots the first basket. When the camera angle is at Lucas' shoes and then goes up to show Nathan dribbling after that basket, Lucas isn't sweating and his shirt is dry.

  • QUOTES (12)

    • Tim: (singing) Who wants to swim with naked Tim? Who wants to get drunk and have sex with him?

    • Tim: I know they call it skinny-dipping, but do ya wanna try it anyways?
      Pregnant Girl: I'm pregnant, you idiot!
      Tim: I'm cool with that!

    • Peyton: So, lets have it.
      Ellie: What's that?
      Peyton: The heart-wrenching, yet inspirational tale of a young girl's complex decision to part with the daughter she so desperately loves.
      Ellie: Actually, it's not that complex. At the time I got pregnant I liked drugs more than I liked you. That's it. I'm a different person now Peyton, but those decisions are still mine. I can't change that.
      Peyton: And what, so you just coming to make peace with yourself? That is so screwed up. You can't just crawl out of your hole after 17 years and cause a plague, like some kind of locust.

    • Lucas: I'm the guy for you. I know we're just parttime and that's cool. Do whatever, have your fun. But one of these nights you're going to realize it... I'm the guy for you Brooke Davis. You'll see.

    • Peyton: I thought you were the new, responsible Brooke.
      Brooke: So last season. Responsible Brooke is good, but party Brooke is gooder.

    • Brooke: You and Haley fighting?
      Peyton: My problem is with anybody who just vanishes and then waltzes back in and expects to be instantly forgiven.

    • Lucas: (voiceover) Henry David Thoueau once wrote: Live each season as it passes; breathe the air, drink the drink, taste the fruit and resign yourself to the influences of each.

    • Karen: Look who it is: the kissing bandit. Did you fondle anyone while I was away?
      Dan: I should apologize. I won't, but I should. That kiss was a reckless mistake. Sorta like Lucas.

    • Lucas: It's gonna be okay, Hales. As a matter of fact, I think this is the beginning of a beautiful friendship... again.

    • Larry: (to Peyton): I understand you're upset, but don't be slamming doors and stomping your little chicken ass around this house when I'm talking to you.

    • (to Peyton)
      Brooke: Ok, not exactly your finest hour in party attire. But who knows? Someone might actually go for the homeless girl look!

    • Haley: (catches Brooke straddling Lucas on the couch) Hey! Way too early in the day for me to see this!
      Brooke: Well, what time would you prefer to watch us?
      Haley: Ha! How about never o'clock, or maybe quarter after stab out my eyes... either one would be good by me!

  • NOTES (4)

  • ALLUSIONS (3)

    • Brooke: I didn't want to wake you, Sleeping Biatchy!

      This is an allusion to Sleeping Beauty.

    • Episode Title: From the Edge of the Deep Green Sea

      From the Edge of the Deep Green Sea is a song by The Cure off the record, Wish.

    • Lucas: I think this is the beginning of a beautiful friendship.

      This is a famous quote that Humphrey Bogart's character says in the movie Casablanca.

      Also, when Chad Michael Murray (Lucas) was on Gilmore Girls, Rory said the exact same thing to the character he played on this show, Tristan Dugray.

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