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Antwon “Skills” Taylor
At 6:28, someone tosses Nathan his hat, yet a second later, when the shot is from behind him, his hat is tossed to him again.
When the class draws names to partner up, Haley is holding Nathan's hat when she says she has Skills. When the camera then shows Lucas, you can see Nathan has his hat on his head. The camera then moves to the back of the class, and when the teacher starts talking again, you can see that Haley is wearing Nathan's hat, not Nathan.
The Pairs for the class assignment were:
Mouth & Shelly
Haley & Skills
Rachel & Bevin
Lucas & Glenda
Brooke & Chase
Nathan & Peyton
This is the list of activities each partner has to do for their assignment before they take their photo for the yearbook:
1. Share something personal with your partner.
2. Lighten up. Do an impression of a celebrity or a famous character.
3. Admit something that worries you, or something you are afraid of.
4. What do you want to be in ten years?
5. Tell your partner some secret.
In this episode, Peyton tells Nathan that she can't whistle. But in "Near Wild Heaven" when she gave Haley the drink, she whistled just fine.
When Haley lies on the roof and Skills tells about his dreams, she stretches and you can see a small pillow under her shirt that supposed to be her large belly because of her pregnancy.
Towards the end of the episode, when Haley is taking a picture of Skills with the digital camera, the display screen on the camera shows Haley, as if she has the camera backwards, but if she did, then the screen would be pointing towards Skills...
(The "picture of Haley" is just a reflection of Haley's face off the screen).
The two flags hanging in the gym read:
North Carolina High School Boys Basketball
State Champions - 2007
North Carolina High School Boys Basketball
State Champion Runner-Up - 1989
Peyton: So I guess I was right about the partial nudity thing. Boys lockroom?
Nathan: Just following the assignment.
Nathan: You see this? The summer I decided to really dedicate myself to basketball, my dad said I was way too skinny to ever be a great player. He said I wasn't tough enough, that I wasn't strong enough. So to prove him wrong, I spent every single day in this training room. It was like a thousand degrees in it, but I wasn't gonna let him be right.
Peyton: Anger's motivation.
Nathan: Anger and inspiration. Everytime I benched another ten pounds, I scratched two letters, under the plate.
Peyton: What does it say? PS?
Nathan: It was the same summer we started dating. We were pretty good together weren't we?
Peyton: Gimme your hand. Ok, I want you to feel this.
Nathan: Geez what happened?
Peyton: I broke that knuckle punching something after we'd broken up for like the twentieth time! We were horrible together!
Nathan: Yeah, I know, I was kinda hoping you forgot.
Glenda: So I've been thinking about your manuscript. You need to give it to someone who won't go easy with you, someone who's gonna tell you the truth...
Lucas: Someone like you?
Glenda: I haven't actually been that truthful, I mean not about school. The truth is I'm gonna miss this place. And it's all my fault. I just wish I would have tried harder, and I just didn't wanna look like an idiot.
Lucas: I think everybody feels that way sometimes. You know like people don't see them for who they really are. It's not just you.
Glenda: You would have made a great goth you know? A little tortured, a bit of a loner, but kind.
Lucas: (immitating Gollum) My precious.
Glenda: You do a really good Elmo.
Haley: Okay, pregnant girl on the roof.
Skills: Come on now man, we had a deal, no early deliveries.
Skills: Now, check it out. You're gonna love this view. It's the shiznit.
Haley: Wow. This view really is the shiznit.
Skills: (pointing into the distance) You see that factory way out there? My pops been working there since he graduated Tree Hill. Six days a week on second shift... So we supposed to tell each other something personal, right?
Skills: Okay, well here's mine. There's a job waiting on me in that place if I don't get a scholarship to college.
Haley: That's not going to happen, Skills... I can feel it.
Skills: I'm glad you're so sure.
Haley: (giggles) No, the baby's kicking! I can feel it-Here.
(Skills reaches over to feel the kicking)
(Both of them laugh)
Skills: It's like a step show. (laughs)
Haley: Something personal, right?
Brooke: Will you just listen to me?
Chase: What? You accidently forgot to tell me that you were failing calculus when you started tutoring me, in calculus. How did you get that "A" I saw on your test anyways?
Brooke: It's complicated. Trust me.
Chase: Trust you? I already did that. And now I find out that my tutor is doing worse in calculus than I am.
Brooke: It's a long story, okay?
Chase: Well, don't tell me another story, Brooke. Tell me the truth. Or is that even possible for you to do?
Brooke: Okay. Come on.
(They start to walk down the hallway together.)
Brooke: Happy birthday, Mr. President.
Haley: I never thought about teaching till now, but I think I could be really happy doing that. When I tutor someone, and I watch them get it, like that light goes on, it just feels really good.
Lucas: If I don't make it as a writer, I can always come back here and coach the Ravens. I mean, Whitey's retiring, my mom's here, and besides, I love this place.
Glenda: Not me. I can't wait to get out of here. I'm going as far away as I can get and I'm gonna try and forget this place ever existed.
Shelly: You know, I don't know yet. But, whatever it is it'll be okay, cos I'll have a great group of friends that I can laugh with, and a few secret comforts that keep me sane. Like, I want a great big tabby cat that greets me when I come home every day. And a boy, that I'm in love with. Yeah, in 10 years, I'm definitely in love.
Skills: You know, basketball is global now, right. I mean, everybody think being a pro is just NBA. Me, I'd be happy just playing basketball overseas somewhere. So when y'all roll through on your world tour, we can remember this day and sit back and laugh about it.
Haley: Oh man, I'd love to play music for a living, but if that doesn't happen I'll still be happy.
Skills: Doing what?
Nathan: I hope, in 10 years, Haley's got a couple of platinum albums, my dad decided to be a good grandparent, my mom's alive and sober and... hopefully my son will have a killer cross-over dribble.
Peyton: Okay, but the question is about you. Dufus. Where do you plan to be in 10 years?
Nathan: I know. But if everyone else's dreams come true, then I'll be fine.
Peyton: Nate, I think it's great that you take care of Haley, and that you're worried about your family, but if you don't start putting yourself first every once in a while, and chasing your own dream, then I'm scared you're going to wake up one day and have to wonder what could have been. Like Dan. Don't be haunted like that, Nate.
Brooke: I want my fashion line to be hugely successful.
Chase: I'd like to be a pilot. Always wanted to fly. Just jet off to faraway places.
Chase: Why not? That, or be an X-games champion. Totally make Clean Teens look bada**.
Bevin: What do you plan to be in 10 years?
Rachel: In 10 years.. I plan to be 28! (Coughs).
Bevin: Not at this rate.
Mouth: You know you shouldn't judge people like that, you called me a geek.
Shelley: It was the only category that fit, I called you nice first.
Mouth: Well how do you know I'm nice? Maybe I'm not nice.
Shelly: I'm kind of afraid of being here with you.
Shelly: Because I'm a clean teen. And you're hot.
Peyton: Take your shirt off.
Nathan: Wow, just like the old days!
Peyton: Stop it, I have an idea for your picture, but before you do that, come here. Look the bell is gonna ring soon and I don't know if I'm gonna have the chance to say it so, I'm gonna say it now. You're doing great Nathan. Alright? Just please, put yourself first sometimes. Well now let's see the marchandise!
Nathan: Ohhh, fun.
Peyton: Let's go, chop, chop, baby!
Bevin: What are you afraid of Rachel? Rachel?
Rachel: (smoking) I am afraid... I am way too high to care...
Lucas: (voiceover) I wish I woulda hung out with Glenda before today. Something tells me she coulda been a great friend. But it's good to know there's still a little time left to do that... And I also learned her last name. And I learned that one hour can change everything.
Glenda: (voiceover) 50 minutes ago I called Lucas Scott a Jock. But, I was wrong. He's more than one simple word. I guess we all are. Anyway, I learned that Lucas is actually a lot like me. Who knew?
Bevin: (voiceover) I spent the hour with Rachel, and I think she learned today that I am not an idiot. This is my picture of her. (Takes the picture, and Rachel's face appears fuzzy and is in the corner of the frame).
Rachel: (voiceover) This is one of the best classes I've ever had. A kick-a** 50 mintues, during which Bevin told me she always wanted to be a guy.
Shelly: (voiceover) An hour ago, I called Marvin McFadden nice. He is, but I shoulda called him dangerous. I also said yes to Prom.
Mouth: (voiceover) Some of you have met Shelly Simon, Clean Teen. But today I got to know Shelly Simon, teen. I also asked her to prom.
Nathan: (voiceover) I spent the class with Peyton Sawyer. It reminded me what a good friend she is. I also learned that, considering recent history, she's not quite ready for the whole picture thing.
Brooke: (voiceover) I spent an hour with Chase Adams. He's a Clean Teen, and that's pretty cool.
Chase: (voiceover) Today I spent an hour with Brooke Davis, and I learnt something. People are gonna label you. It's how you overcome those labels. That's what matters.
Rachel: Thank god this riduculous class is almost over.
Bevin: I liked it.
Rachel: That's because you're too blissfully stupid to resist.
Bevin: I know people think I'm stupid. But I'm not dumb. I just let you and the other girls have your way because that's how you need it to be. But I think Karl's right. Pretty soon, we're all gonna graduate, and I can start over. But it'll be hard for the people who need this place to make themselves feel special. People who use high school to build themselves up and then find out that the real world doesn't care so much about who you were in high school. People like you. (Small pause). Okay, so, what are we gonna do for our pictures?
Mouth: Were you serious about me being decent looking, or were you trying to make up for the geek comment?
Shelly: I didn't say decent looking. I said hot. (Mouth kisses her.) Mouth, I'm a Clean Teen.
Mouth: So what?
(They kiss again, this time Shelly leans in and kisses him).
Shelly: I've got a pair of leather pants in my locker, that I've been dying to wear.
Mouth: Nice. You should totally rock those.
Shelly: I can't. I'm a Clean Teen. Doesn't exactly fit the image.
Mouth: Then change the image.
Shelly: (Pause). Mouth, before I took back my virginity, I was kinda "Friendly". It just figures, everyone saw me as a slut, and now I'm this radical virgin who can't wear a pair of leather pants. Sometimes I just wish they'd see me as a girl. You know. Just a girl. Nice, cool sometimes, dorky.
Shelly: (Quickly changes the subject). So, umm, how do you know about all this media stuff?
Mouth: Oh, me and Jimmy... Umm...
Shelly: Jimmy Edwards.
Mouth: He was my friend. I, uh, miss him a lot. I have to keep it a secret cos he killed Lucas' Uncle Keith. And I loved Keith, but it doesn't mean I don't miss my friend, you know. Especially with graduation coming up.
Shelly: So, uh, I, uh, never told you what I'm afraid of. Second question on the list. I'm kinda afraid of being here with you.
Shelly: Cos I'm a Clean Teen... and you're hot.
Nathan: My mom tried to kill herself.
Nathan: She took a bunch of her pills. I haven't told anybody, just Haley.
Peyton: Nathan, I'm so sorry...
Nathan: The worst part about it is when I found out that she might die, there was a moment, just a fraction of a second, where I actually felt relieved, like maybe it was for the best. Can you believe that? A kid actually feeling relief at the thought of losing his mother.
Peyton: Look, ummm...
Nathan: What kind of person does that make me, Peyton? That I can feel that.
Glenda: Okay, here. (Hands Lucas a pill case).
Lucas: You're on the pill?
Glenda: No, I'm not on the pill.
Lucas: You have the pill, but you're not on it. That's very secretive.
Glenda: When my mom was in high school, she was one of the pretty and popular. I think her greatest disappointment is that I'm not. Sometimes she teases me about, and not in a fun way, like why can't I lose some weight, and I'll never get a boyfriend.
Lucas: That sucks.
Glenda: Yeah. Anyway, one day I got some flowers from my boyfriend.
Lucas: So, you have a boyfriend?
Glenda: Nope. I made him up, and I sent the flowers to myself. He was pretty awesome though, he sent me all kinds of things.
Lucas: Your imaginary boyfriend?
Glenda: (laughs) Anyway, I told my mom we were getting serious and that maybe I should go on the pill. And in my head, I thought it would be this bonding experience, like she'd secretely be happy for me, and she'd sit me down and counsel me about being safe or just tell me to wait. Just be my mom. Instead, she took me to the doctor, and got me the pill, and when we left the pharmacy she handed me the prescription and said "I don't know who would sleep with you, but here you go".
Lucas: I'm sorry, Glenda.
Glenda: That's okay. So, I looked at her and said, well I don't know who would sleep with you either, but here I am. And we haven't spoken since. Not a word.
Lucas: How long's it been?
Glenda: Like 8 weeks. She just drops me off at school and picks me up, and we just don't talk. There's just silence. Silence, and disappointment.
Skills: (Holds out an envelope). This is my scholarship offer, or not. I mean, I haven't had the courage to open it yet.
Haley: Skills, you can't keep this a secret. Come on, I've got a really good feeling about it, open it.
Skills: Okay, just give me a few minutes. Why don't you tell me your secret.
Haley: Sometimes I feel incredibly disconnected, uncomfortable in my own skin. Or, kinda like I don't fit into this world. Like I was born at the wrong time, and I don't belong. I just think about my son, and it scares me, cos I don't ever want him to feel like he doesn't belong. I don't know if my heart could bear that.
Skills: Nah, he'll belong. The kid gonna rock this place.
Haley: You think so?
Skills: Oh yeah, I do. Cos his mom got his back, and if she don't, I do. I promise.
Rachel: What time is it? Feels like we been in here forever.
Bevin: That's because you're wasted. I don't suppose you wanna actually participate and tell me a secret.
Rachel: I'll tell you a secret. Not because of class, just because. I never really felt anything with the guys I slept with. When I got my new body I thought it would change everything. Maybe it did for the boys, not for me.
Bevin: You know, I always wondered what it would be like to be a dude. Like, walking through the halls in jeans and a raggy t-shirt, all bada**, talking smack and checking out chicks and stuff.
Rachel: Checking out chicks. Maybe that's my problem. Maybe I'm into girls. (Bevin grabs her and kisses her). What the hell are you doing?
Bevin: Did you feel anything?
Bevin: Then, you're not into girls. Trust me Rachel, I'm a really good kisser and you'd totally be into me right now.
Brooke: Rachel bet me that I couldn't sleep with you within three dates.
Brooke: But, I need you to know something. I would have never, ever asked you to compromise what you believe in or try to pressure you out of it. That's the truth, and I just need you to know it. Even though I know I don't have a chance with you now.
Chase: Is that it, no more secrets?
Brooke: That's it. I promise.
Chase: Well, here's one more. You are enough Brooke. If I can just get you to quit lying, I think I might like the real you. (Brooke goes to say something). Shh! Don't tell. It's a secret.
Skills: So look, we got one more thing to do before we take our pictures. (Pulls out the card and reads number 5) "Tell your partner a secret". Mmm, this one gonna do some damage.
Brooke: I was worried I wouldn't be enough for you. That's why I lied. That's what I'm afraid of. Not being enough, not... good enough, not smart enough, not pretty enough, not...
Chase: Brooke, your the student council president, captain of the cheerleaders and probably one of the most popular girls in school. How is that not good enough?
Brooke: I don't know, you should ask my parents. Considering they haven't called in a month. Month and a half, actually. Not a single call, or text, or email. So what do you suppose that says about me?
Chase: I think it says more about your parents.
Haley: I love the idea of being a mom, I really do. But, I just... I still wanna leave my mark on this world.
Skills: And that's what scares you? Not having the chance to do that.
Haley: Yeah, a little, and.... clowns. Clowns really scare me.
Nathan: I've walked into a hundred enemy gyms, thousands of fans screaming at me, taunting me, I never flinched. I just take it all and light 'em up. No fear. But, the thought of being a father, scares the hell outta me.
Shelly: Admit something that worries you, or that you are afraid of.
Shelly: Me. Why?
Mouth: Cos you're really pretty. And, uh, it's kinda intimidating.
Mouth: Anyone for starting over?
Shelly: I'm sorry for judging you, you seem like a really nice guy.
Mouth: Okay, you gotta stop saying that.
Mouth: Because, that's part of the problem. I hate being the nice guy, the little brother, the great friend. Just once, I'd like to be a little dangerous, you know, not so safe.
(As they are walking out of the class to do their projects...)
Mouth: (To Shelley). Well I guess you're stuck with the geek.
Skills: (To Haley). Okay, Haley J.S., let me make a deal with you. As long as you don't give birth early, we good.
Bevin: (To Rachel). I don't get it.
Lucas: (To Glenda, holding out his hand). I'm Lucas...
Glenda: Scott, right. At least I know your last name.
Nathan: (To Peyton). So, this is kinda like the boy toy auction, only without the kissing and the partial nudity.
Peyton: The hour is still young.
Brooke: (To Chase). So, about this whole calculus thing... (Chase walks away).
Brooke: Do we have to reinvent ourselves, cos I think most of my friends see me as fabulous!
Teacher: Maybe so, but my friend Mr. Miller sees you as the girl that's failing calculus.
Teacher: Like it or not, you are who your class mates see you as. But here's the good news, that's gonna change soon. Because pretty soon, you're going to be going out into that big wide world, and you can erase all those labels. Now, for some of you, shedding this image is going to be, uh, a great thing. And for some of you, not such a great thing. But what matters is that you know who you really are. And you know how you want the world to see you.
Teacher: Okay class, Nathan, 5 choices.
Class: Prom Queen.
Class: Prom Queen.
Peyton: Oh hey, come on, I am so a Loner.
Glenda: Right. A loner cheerleader who's dating a jock. No offense, but I'm a Loner, you're a Prom Queen.
Teacher: Mouth, using one word, describe how your classmates see you.
Mouth: Umm... awesome.
Teacher: Really? Let's say that there are five universal terms to describe everyone in high school, okay. Let's say Jock, Prom Queen, Geek, Loner and...
Teacher: (Writes friendly on the board as the 5th term). Okay, considering that awesome isn't a category, Shelly Simon, describe Mouth in one word.
Shelly: Uh, I don't really know him. But... nice, I guess?
Teacher: Nice? I suppose we could file nice under Friendly, but since Friendly doesn't mean Friendly, that would make Mouth a slut. You have four other choices.
Shelly: (Pause). Geek, I guess.
Teacher: How we doing this morning, seniors? Anyone wake up with their clothes on from the night before, still drunk but strangely hungover?
Teacher: Anyone? Maybe that was just me... Actually, last night was Uno night at my house, and it was a bloodbath and I care not to discuss it with you right now.
Haley: (voiceover) Skills has been my friend since we were young, and today I remembered why. He's a great listener. He's going to do awesome in college, and he deserves to be on top of the world.
Skills: (voiceover) Over the years I've known Haley James, bookworm. Haley James, sarcastic girl. Haley James Scott, rock star. Haley James Scott, mother to be. Today I got re-acquainted with just Haley. My good friend. She gettin' heavier too.
Peyton: (voiceover) People think they know Nathan Scott. I know I did. But I discovered something new today. Nathan Scott is a martyr. He's also going to be a terrific father.
Lucas: (voice-over) You ever wonder how long it takes to change your life? What measure of time is enough to be life altering? Is it four years like high school, one year, an eight week rock tour? Can your life change in a month, or a week or a single day? Were always in a hurry to grow up to go places to get ahead but when your young one hour can change everything.
In the scene where Bevin and Rachel are in the boys bathroom, the guy standing next to Bevin is Hilarie Burton (Peyton)'s younger brother Billy.
Original International Air Dates:
Italy: Thursday, November 8, 2007
Latin America: Sunday, November 18, 2007
Greece: Saturday, February 2, 2008 on Star
Australia: Sunday, June 15, 2008
In its original airing the opening theme was not played.
"Animal Chin" by EEK
"What Can I Do?" by The Rosebuds
"Masochist" by Ingrid Michaelson
"Overboard" by Ingrid Michaelson
"Baba O´Riley" by The Who
"Don´t Wait (Acoustic)" by Dashboard Confessional
"Tuesday's Gone" by Lynyrd Skynyrd
"Chloe Dancer/Crown of Thorns" by Mother Love Bone
Lucas: My precious!
Glenda: You do a really good Elmo.
Lucas did an impression of Gollum, the character from the The Lord Of The Rings trilogy.
Glenda confused it with Elmo, the character from Sesame Street.
Haley: (In raw voice, with accent, holding her crutch up as a gun) Say hello to my little friend.
This is a quote from the movie Scarface (1983), said by Al Pacino when he comes out with a machine-gun.
Brooke: (singing in sexy voice) Happy Birthday Mr. President, happy birthday to you.
This is a song by Marilyn Monroe, sung for JFK at Madison Square garden.
Haley: (impersonating Katie Holmes) I'm sorry Dawson, I just... I love Pacey.
This is a fragment from another drama series Dawson's Creek. Joey is telling Dawson, her ex-boyfriend, that she loves his best friend Pacey. The way Haley put her hair behind her ears and bows her head is also a Joey Potter-trademark.
Nathan: (funny voice) I like you. Do you like me?
Peyton: (male funny voice) I like sexy-time explosion.
These are quotes from the movie Borat (2006), starring Sacha Baron Cohen as Borat.
Haley: So my sister Mary-Kate was like, Ashley, you really need to eat something. Mary Kate and Ashley Olsen are two twin sisters who act, mostly together, and for a while, there was gossip about Mary-Kate having an eating disorder.
Episode Title: Pictures of You
"Pictures of You" is a song off the 1989 album Disintegration from the band, The Cure. It is also a song by The Last Goodnight.
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