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Deborah "Deb" Scott
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Both Dan and Deb's full names can be seen on the divorce papers. Dan's full name is Daniel Robert Scott and Deb's full name is Deborah Helen Scott, making her birth name Deborah Helen Lee.
Nathan's signature on the annulment papers is different from the last time we saw them. When there is a flashback of Nathan looking over the annulment papers, his signature is printed in bold letters. When we see the papers again, the letters are very light and his signature is done in big, loopy cursive.
Karen: One song per cup.
Karen says this to Haley when she enters the cafe after coming back from the tour. This is a delightful reference back to the season one episode when Haley bribed singer/songwriter Sheryl Crow to sing for them - one song per cup.
Larry: Your mom didn't sleep for a week when we brought you home. Every cough, every gurgle, she'd be up and have you in her arms immediately. One time I teased her about it and she said "I'm always gonna be there for her, no matter what, she's gonna know her mother loves her." Honey, we were gonna tell you together. But when she died, I guess I didn't want to confuse your grief. And I felt so powerless that I couldn't protect you from losing her. You know, I look at this drawing and I think, you can be mad at me if it helps, but you leave your mom out of it, cause she never lied to you, and she loved you with all her heart. And this other woman, Ellie, she doesn't change who your mom was. So don't you! Don't you dare.
Peyton: You said you wanted to talk about it face-to-face, Dad. So we're face-to-face. Is this woman my mother?
Larry: Your mom is gone Peyton, you know that. But... your biological mother is alive.
Brooke: Okay, you can hate me for saying this... but maybe your problem isn't so much with Haley as it is with Ellie, your returning birth mother.
Peyton: No, Brooke. My problem is with anybody who just vanishes and then waltzes back in and expects to be instantly forgiven. And your problem is you're not gonna have anybody to help you paint this place if you don't stop telling me what my problem is.
Brooke: You and Haley fighting?
Peyton: That depends on which Haley we're talking about: Haley Scott, the nice girl that played TRIC; or Haley James, the not so much of a wife that left town and never called? Because her I have a problem with.
Brooke: Do you ever think maybe it just got to be too much for her? Like, leaving the whole Chris thing out of it, maybe she just got scared of needing somebody too much.
Peyton: Needing them so much she just abandoned them?
Haley: Nathan, there wasn't a moment when I was away that my heart wasn't here with you in Tree Hill.
Nathan: That's great. But I'm still leaving tomorrow, and unlike you, I'm taking my heart with me.
Nathan: So, what are you doing here anyway? Tour playing Tree Hill?
Haley: No. They wanted me to become a solo artist and record a record or something, but it didn't matter without you. None of it mattered without you. I made a lot of mistakes, Nathan.
Nathan: That's right. And if you left the tour for me you made another one, 'cause I'm leaving in the morning. I'm going to High Flyers.
Haley: Oh. Well, good. Good, you deserve it. You deserve to have whatever you want.
Nathan: I deleted you.
Haley: Well, then you deleted this: I was being childish when I walked away from you for the tour. You gave me an ultimatum the night that I left, and I fought back for all the wrong reasons. I was being stubborn, and I can't take that back. I wish that I could. Did I want to go? Yeah, I loved it. I loved every night of it. But I want you to know something Nathan. There was never a night where I loved it more than I loved you.
Lucas: It's been a tough year on hearts. So it's too bad we had to be this desperate to hang out again, huh?
Peyton: We didn't have to be. We just are. But I'm glad you're here. I know we kinda lost each other for a while but hopefully that's over, right? Especially considering our history.
Lucas: It's always gonna be there, isn't it? You and me?
Brooke: How much for a broken heart with a side of regret?
Haley: Um… more than you wanna know.
Brooke: So when you done here, bring your stuff over to the apartment.
Brooke: Because you're moving in with me.
Haley: Why.. Why would you do that?
Brooke: Because you need a place to live, and I need rent money for my new back to school wardrobe. So the way I see it, you move in, I look hot, and you don't get crabs at a shelter. Works for me.
Nathan: Just wanted to make sure you have everything you need.
Haley: You mean other than you? Sorry. That wasn't fair.
Larry: I never knew your father. We only met Ellie. We asked that she not make contact with you unless you requested it. You know, sometimes it's hard for me to look at you without seeing your mom. You got so much from her in such a short time.
Peyton: What did I get from her… exactly? Other than lies!
Brooke: Okay, putting aside the fact that I do look pretty good considering I've been on the plane for like a day and a half, you cannot ambush me at the airport with flowers and a nicely tanned, end of summer body, considering the way we left things three months ago. Okay?
Lucas: Actually, I'm just here to pick up my mom from New Zealand. I didn't think you were coming in 'til tomorrow.
Brooke: You thought wrong. Oh, look, there's my cab. Quick, maybe you can tell me you love me or something.
Haley: I understand if you don't love me anymore.
Nathan: Always and forever. That's what sucks Haley. I still do love you. I always will. I just can't trust you.
Deb: As you know from my emails about Dan, I have been one miserable bitch. You?
Haley: Hey, that was your mom on the phone, she said she's gonna spend the night at the hospital with your dad.
Nathan: Unbelievable. We should have a Scott family discount.
Priest: May the grace of God be with you.
Dan: Yeah, okay. I gotta tell you, padre, this isn't exactly my home court, you know. I never had much use for religion. I guess what you call kindness, I call weakness. But no man is bullet-proof. I know that. After all, they crucified your boy, didn't they?
Priest: What troubles you, my son?
Dan: What troubles me is how I've made mistakes. How I lie awake at night, keeping company with regret... fallibility. I've not been the man I intended to be. That troubles me.
Priest: And you've come seeking absolution?
Dan: Yeah, I suppose I have. Let me ask you something. Is it possible to grant forgiveness for sinful acts yet to be committed?
Priest: I'm afraid I don't understand.
Dan: It's simple really. Three months ago someone tried to kill me. They drugged me and left me for dead. I pretended not to remember, but in fact, every night since I've tried to piece it together, and when I find out who did this to me, and I will find out soon, the sins I commit then could turn this place to rubble.
Lucas: Look, I know it wasn't fair, how I told you I wanted to be with you when your cab was just parked right outside. I just saw you slipping away, and I guess I panicked.
Brooke: It's okay. Really. It is. I actually had the whole summer to think about this and I thought we could totally have a summer-like fling just in the fall. And non-exclusive.
Lucas: Non-exclusive. How's that work?
Brooke: Well, we hang out. Go to movies. We have fun.
Lucas: Do we kiss?
Brooke: You bet your ass we kiss.
Lucas: Do we do more than kiss?
Brooke: Maybe. But we also date other people. So what do you think?
Lucas: I kinda think you're a genius.
Brooke: Oh, you're just figuring that out now, are you? I missed you, Lucas Scott.
Lucas: And I missed you too, pretty girl.
Peyton: OK, so, check it out, Tom Sawyer. If you're lucky, I might let you help me, and if you're really lucky, I might even let you pay to help me.
Peyton (voiceover): At this moment there are 6,470,818,671 people in the world. Some are running scared. Some are coming home. Some tell lies to make it through the day. Others are just now facing the truth. Some are evil men, at war with good. And some are good, struggling with evil. Six billion people in the world. Six billion souls. And sometimes...all you need is one.
Original International Air Dates:
Turkey: Wednesday, November 8, 2006 on CNBC-e
Although credited, Craig Sheffer (Keith) didn't appear. This was the first season premiere with an absence by a regular.
"Feeling a Moment" by Feeder
"This Side of Heaven" by Matthew Ryan
"All Eternal Things" by Trembling Blue Stars
"Nobody's Darlings" by Lucero
"Light Years Away" by Mozella
"Simple As It Should Be" by Tristan Prettyman
"Stars and Boulevards" by Augustana
"She's Adorable" by Leif Karate
"Elsewhere" by Bethany Joy Lenz
"Street Map" by Athlete
Lee Norris (Mouth) is added to the opening credits in this episode, making him a full member of the cast. He was a recurring star in the show's previous two seasons. Also, Kevin Kilner (Larry Sawyer) takes over the role of Peyton's father, previously played by Thomas Ian Griffith.
Peyton: So, Tom Sawyer, if you're lucky I might let you help me. And if you're really lucky I might let you pay to help me.
This is a reference to Tom Sawyer, the main character of The Adventures of Tom Sawyer, written by American novelist Mark Twain. Peyton is referring to the well-known passage in the book in which Tom persuades his friends to not only white-wash a long fence for him, but to pay him for the honor.
Episode Title: Like You Like an Arsonist
Like You Like an Arsonist is a song off the album of the same name from Texas Paris.
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