One Tree Hill is about to conclude its ninth and final season... but before we bid the show adieu, let's recall some of the most memorable moments from the past nine years.
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Deborah "Deb" Lee-Scott
Coach "Whitey" Durham
When Rachel and Mouth are talking in the outside hallway of school, and they stop by a post, there is a science poster with wrong wording that reads, "Sign up in the with..."
When Mouth asks Brooke where she put all the posters up at she mentions Karen's Cafe and yet we see that it's closed and has been for a while based on the newspapers piling up in front of the door.
We learn the origin of Whitey's name. His high school basketball team decided to play an African-American team, even though it was inappropriate at the time. When they decided to mix teams, the captain of the black team called Whitey "Whitey" and the name just stuck.
The basketball jerseys that the team wears has the initials KS sewn into them in rememberance of Keith Scott.
On Rachel's photo you can read: Rachel, age 14.
In the scene where Lucas confesses to Whitey and Nathan about his HCM, you see in one shot showing Lucas and Nathan from the back, Nathan has his arm on Lucas' shoulder and he takes it off. The shot switches to their front, and Nathan's hand is on Lucas' shoulder and he takes it off... again.
In the Peyton and Jake scene, when the camera first glides from Jenny to Peyton, you can see the seats in the background are empty. Then, when Peyton and Jake walk up to each other, you see two people sitting in the seats.
The Black basketball jerseys worn in this episode to honor Keith Scott are the same jerseys that were worn by the Ravens in James Lafferty's Charity Basketball Game on April 2nd, 2006.
Lucas: Coach? Basketball has always been a huge part of who I am. And I've been thinking a lot about it. But unless somebody can tell me why this game matters right now, I don't think I can play.
Whitey: You know, every time we take this court, we come in under that old, faded banner up there, that says, "Home of the Monarchs." Anybody know who the Monarchs were ?
Basket player: The Monarchs were the best basketball team in the state back in the '50s.
Whitey: Yeah, some people say they were. They were never in the record books. Because the Monarchs were an all-black team. Back in those days, when I was your age, blacks and whites weren't allowed to play this game together. I was on the best team in the state. But we all knew there was another one. The Monarchs. One night, both teams snuck in here, looked the door, and squared off. They were good. Oh, they were damn good. We played four games. They got their shots, we got ours. And then something magical happened. Something that none of us could have anticipated. Something that had never happened in this state before. We decided to mix the teams. Their captain and our captain started picking players. As is turned out, I was next to the last one picked. Their captain looked me in the eye and said, "I'll take Whitey." And it stuck. That's how I got my nickname. Well, that night changed all our lives. We were no longer black players or white players. We were just players. We shut out the world and played. Together. We played a game that we loved. And that night; that game changed everything. I haven't been the same since. You want me to tell you that this game matters? I promise you, son, it does matter. Let the game heal you, Lucas. Come back too us, son.
Haley: Where's Lucas tonight?
Nathan: Lucas has a heart condition, Hales.
Haley: Um, don't be mad at me, but I already knew about his HCM. He made me promise not to tell anyone. Is he taking his medication?
Haley: Great, so he lied to me.
Nathan: I think he lied to everyone, including himself.
Haley: Is he gonna be okay?
Nathan: Yeah. We're all gonna make sure he's okay. I promise.
(about the fat girl on the fliers)
Rachel: (to Mouth) Someone I used to know, someone who's gone now. Like Jimmy Edwards. (pause) Brooke did this.
Mouth: (to Brooke) Didn't you learn anything from Jimmy's death?
(Mouth comes over Rachel's house holding some flowers)
Rachel: (uneasy) Mouth, what are you doing here?
Mouth: You said that you wished the girl in that picture could've met me... I just thought maybe she still may have...
(Cooper shows up)
Cooper: (to Rachel) Hey babe, what are you doing? Uh, you got flowers! Who are they from?
Mouth: (hurt) They're... They're from you. (gives Cooper the flowers and walks away)
(about the surgery)
Mouth: I just can't believe it.
Rachel: Why? I mean, I was born like this, nobody would have a problem with it.
(Mouth confronts Rachel about the surgery issue)
Mouth: Isn't more about what kind of person you are? About your inside?
Rachel: As far as I can tell, that's a bunch of crap!
Karen: I'm gonna need a lot of help.
Deb: Good, because you're gonna get it. (They hug)
(Mouth confronts Brooke about Rachel)
Mouth: This is not fair. She hasn't done anything to you.
Brooke: Are you kidding? How about trying to steal my cheerleading squad, or enrolling in Rogue Vogue just so she could screw me over! (raising her voice) Or her midnight round of strip basketball with my boyfriend, or humiliating me in front of all of my friends last week. And you don't stop me anytime because I can go on and on!!
Deb: I'm just here to tell you that I wanna help you anyway I can. Karen: You have done enough Deb. Deb: What do you mean? Karen: Keith told me you tried to kill Dan. Deb: It was a terrible mistake. Not a day goes by that I don't regret it. Karen: And my son went into a burning building to fix your mistake! I could have lost him the way I lost Keith. Deb: So sorry that happened. I have no idea that he was there. Thank God Lucas is okay. Karen: He is not okay, Deb! None of us are okay. And as far as I am concerned the only difference between you and Jimmy Edwards is that he was...successful.
(As he walks across the room and points to his name on Peyton's closet door under Brooke.)
Larry: And while we're at it, Brooke, now that you are living here, let's just assume that you are going to find a new hot-dad fantasy. Alright?
Cooper: So it's Haley right?
Cooper: I always wanted to meet the girl who made my nephew crash a perfectly good race car.
Haley: And I always wanted to meet the uncle who let Nathan crash a race car.
Cooper: She's tough Nate. I like her.
Nathan: Father, can I ask you a question? When you decided you wanted to be a priest how did you know it was the right thing to do?
Priest: I had a devout belief in God.
Nathan: Can you prove that to us, with some sort of a test I mean?
Priest: Of course not.
Nathan: Just like you can't prove love with a test. I mean, this is just a score on a sheet of paper. Sure, Haley and I have our differences, but this test doesn't show how hard we've worked to keep this relationship together, or that I can't stand it when we're apart, or that every time I look at her I know that I'm gonna be with her for the rest of my life. We love each other father, no test is going to show that.
Whitey: Karen I know what you're going through. I lost the love of my life too.
Karen: Yea, you had Camilla for a lifetime. I had Keith for a few weeks.
Whitey: Whose fault was that? (Karen slaps him) I'm glad to see you're still in there. Now, you listen to me. I said that because I know the guilt that you're carrying around. And you're wrong to feel it. Feeling guilty is not gonna bring Keith back.
Karen: Don't I have a right to feel bad?
Whitey: You know Lucas was so broken up he couldn't play the last game? No, I didn't think so. Look Karen, you gave Keith the thing that he loved most in all the world, Lucas. He was never happier than when he was talking about you and that boy. You gave him a son for a lifetime and you let him matter to Lucas. I know how that feels. Karen, you couldn't have given him much more. Let the guilt fall away, let it go.
Cooper: I knew I'd find you here. You know, when I do most of my thinking I usually find myself in an empty race track. I figure the silence clears my head.
Lucas: Me too, so when does the circuit start back up?
Cooper: For the drivers three weeks, for me it doesn't...I lost my ride.
Lucas: What happened?
Cooper: Well, for one thing I let my nephew crash a racecar into a wall. Then things got a little dark from there. You know, when they told me I couldn't drive, I thought my life was over. Racing was all that I had and was who I was. Then the next day, the sun came up and the world kept turning and I was going to be okay. It took me a while, but I finally realized that even if I never get to race again, I know I can be happy. Nathan told me about the game.
Lucas: I'll get it back.
Cooper: I hope you do. But, if for some reason you don't, it'll be okay. It's not what you do in life that matters Luke, it's about who you are.
Lucas: Coach, basketball has always been a huge part of who I am, and I've been thinking a lot about it; but unless somebody can tell my why this game matters right now, I don't think I can play.
Whitey: You know, everytime you take this court we come in under that old faded banner up there that says, 'Home of the Monarchs'. Anyone know who the Monarchs were?
Ravens Player: The Monarchs were the best basketball team in the state, back in the fifties.
Whitey: Yeah, some people say they were. But they were never in the record books because the Monarchs were an all black team. Back in those days, when I was your age, blacks and whites weren't allowed to play this game together. I was on the best team in the state, but we all knew there was another one, the Monarchs. One night both teams snuck in here, locked the doors, and squared off. They were good, oh they were damn good. We played four games. They got their shots, we got ours. Then, something magical happened. Something that none of us could have anticipated. Something that had never happened in this state before. We decided to mix the teams. Their captain and our captain started picking players. As it turned out I was the next to last one picked. And their captain looked me in the eye and said, 'I'll take Whitey'. And it stuck, that's how I got my nickname. That night changed all our lives. We were no longer black players or white players, we were just players. We shut out the world and played, together. We played a game that we loved and that night, that game changed everything. I haven't been the same sense. You want me to tell you that this game matters. I promise you son, it does matter. Let the game heal you Lucas. Come back to us son.
Deb: (to Lucas) You know, when Nathan wrecked that car, I didn't speak to Cooper for months. I mean, I knew it wasn't really his fault, but somehow I blamed him anyway. Losing your child is every mother's biggest fear; nothing even comes close. For your mom to get better she's really gonna have to lean on you Lucas. So, whatever you do, just make sure to take care of yourself. You have to, for your mother's sake.
Lucas: (to Whitey while Nathan is present) I can't play tonight. I have a heart condition. I have HCM and I haven't been taking my medication so that I wouldn't slow down my game. And if I play I could die. I know how selfish I've been, I just didn't wanna leave the game behind. Because the game did change my life, just like yours. And it's gonna be hard to let it go.
Nathan: (Putting his arm around Lucas' shoulders) The game can only change you if you have a life to change, right?
Whitey: I know how hard this conversation must be for you, Lucas.
Lucas: No. The next conversation I have is gonna be the hard one.
Peyton: I can't believe you sent him away!
Larry: Guy shows up at 1 a.m. in a limo, tattooed from head to toe looking for my daughter, you're lucky all I did was send him away.
Peyton: Daddy that was Pete from Fall Out Boy.
Larry: Yeah? Well now he's Pete from Get Outa Town Boy.
Cooper: So how much for the wall? I'm guessing its less without the creepy clown.
(While lying in bed)
Peyton: Brooke, are you awake?
Brooke: Honey, how could I possibly be sleeping with you thinking so loudly? (Pause) What's the matter Peyton?
Peyton: Pete. He wants me to fly to Chicago tomorrow night and he left me a ticket.
Brooke: Uhm... Then why are we still talking about this?! If you don't get on that plane, we are no longer friends!
Peyton: Brooke, I can't do this again! Why is it that every guy that I like always has to leave. That's not fair!
Brooke: Then you have no choice. You have to go.
Brooke: Uhm, let's see. Because he's cute and he's a rockstar and you love music. And he's nice to you. And if you go you'll have a great time and maybe you'll fall in love. And if you don't you're gonna look back on this in twenty years and wonder "What if?"...
Peyton: I've already had my "what if".
Brooke: Well, maybe this time you're gonna have something more...
Uncle Cooper: Well, I always wanted to meet the girl Nathan crashed a racecar for.
Haley: Well, I always wanted to meet the guy that let Nathan crash a racecar.
Mouth: You know, when we were together during the blackout I loved talking to you. And it didn't matter that I couldn't see you because that night it wasn't about your looks. It was about your heart. Your sense of humour, the way you saw the world. It felt like I really knew you. I actually hated when the lights came back on.
Rachel: Now these fliers change everything, right? Now you don't really know me.
Mouth: No, no. I'm sure I know you... because when I saw those fliers I realized we were more alike than I knew. And for a moment it was like being back there in the dark just the two of us. I don't see anything ugly in that picture, Rachel.
Rachel: Thank you, but... trust me a lot of people did. Especially me.
Mouth: Uh, I guess I just wanna know if you've ever really... Let go of her. The person you used to be. I mean, when you walk down these halls, do you still feel self-conscious, do you hope to be accepted, do you worry about fitting in? Because I figure the old you probably worried about those things.
Rachel: (rolling her eyes) Yes Mouth. I still feel that way. There is not a surgery to fix that yet.
Mouth: You know, you are very beautiful now, Rachel, but I just want you to know I could have loved the girl in that picture.
Rachel: I wish she could've met you. (They kiss)
Uncle Cooper: She's 26, a model..you know my type.
(Nathan to the priest)
Nathan: This test doesn't show how hard we work to keep this relationship together, or that I can't stand it when we're apart, or that everytime I look at her, I know that I'm gonna be with her for the rest of my life. We love each Father. No test is going to show that.
(Peyton's father, Larry, talking to Peyton)
Larry: Promise me that when you pick the boy you're really gonna be with, that he'll be someone who respects you and treats you well. That it's, it's someone who makes your heart race and that he's someone who you love because of what he is, not what he does....that's how I want you to feel one day...use your head and follow you heart.
(Nathan and Haley in bed in their old apartment)
Haley: You know, now that we are living here. We should probably try unpacking at some point.
(They both giggle)
Nathan: Yeah! Well a...we've been a little busy.
(Nathan kisses Haley'sneck)
(Nathan kisses Haley again. Haley giggles.)
Mmmmm! So much better than moving in.
Haley: I can't wait to renew my vows with you.
Nathan: Me too! I want that second chance, Haley. I want to give you that wedding you always dreamed of.
Haley: I already had a dream wedding.
Nathan: No. You told me how you saw it. In the church garden where your parents got married. All the bridesmaids and groomsmen. Flowers everywhere. I want that for you.
Haley: Mmmm. Ok. I guess unpacking can wait.
Haley: Do you want me to call 911?
Original International Air Dates:
Turkey: December 20, 2006 on CNBC-e
This is Moira Kelly (Karen)'s directorial debut.
"Train" by Flipsyde
"Temporary" by Rogue Wave
"Stupid" by Spencer Tracy
"Begin" by The Times
"Don't Go Home" by Buddy
"Miracle Of Mind" by Joey DeGraw
"He Lays In The Reins" by Calexico with Iron & Wine
"We Belong Together" by Gavin DeGraw
On the commercial they showed a scene with Brooke holding Lucas at the riverside court but they never showed that scene in the episode.
Episode Title: I Slept With Someone In Fall Out Boy and All I Got Was This Stupid Song Written About Me
"I Slept With Someone In Fall Out Boy and All I Got Was This Stupid Song Written About Me" is a song by Fall Out Boy off the record, From Under The Cork Tree.
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