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Deborah "Deb" Lee-Scott
Coach "Whitey" Durham
Ian "Psycho Derek" Banks)
Goof: When Karen confronts Deb at the diner after the gun incident, some pills fall from her purse onto the floor. At least six pills fall and land near the legs of the stool, but when the camera angle changes only three are visible.
Goof: When Brooke is looking through her birthday photo album you can see a picture of her and Peyton on her 17th birthday, in which Peyton has short hair.
However, Brooke's 17th birthday would have been in the second half of Junior year (season 2) and Peyton did not cut her hair until the end of the summer before senior year. (season 3)
At the begining of the episode, we see Nathan lying on the ground of the bridge, and his TV shirt has the digits "20" mirrored backward. In later scenes, you see his shirt normally.
Lucas: You shoplift Brooke's birthday present?
Peyton: Yeah, sort of, that's... okay, my dad's friends with the manager so I would just come home and tell him what we took and then we'd pay for it, but we never told Brooke she was all crazy for the juice so I just figured, maybe if you go in my place this year and you're not a complete bonehead in the romance department (smiles sadly) then maybe you've got a shot
Lucas: And you've done this every year for how many years?
Peyton: This would've been the tenth.
Lucas: But she's pissed at you, so A) why would you help her? And B) What makes you think she's even gonna show up?
Peyton: (softly) I'm not helping her, I'm helping you.
Karen: Deb, I'm not playing games with your wacky ass, give me the damn gun!
Rachel: The boys in Tree Hill are so boring compared to Cooper.
Brooke: Isn't there anybody our age you could fall for?
Rachel zooms in on a picture of Nathan on her camera
Haley: ( to Brooke, referring to Deb) She's here; she's literally out to lunch.
Skills: So, Brooke just broke up with ya?
Skills: Man, that's cold dawg.
Lucas: Oh yeah.
Skills: Although you did kiss Peyton.
Lucas: You want me to get you a tryout with the Ravens or what?
Skills: Yes I do. But that still don't mean you didn't kiss Peyton.
Lucas: I love Brooke, Skills.
Skills: I know you love her. So what, you gonna try and get her back?
Lucas: Yeah. (Peyton walks in)
Skills: Hmm...I'm not too sure that's the way to do it, but hey.
Skills: (to Peyton) Wassup homewrecker?
(Rachel walks in on Brooke with a maternity pillow under her shirt.)
Rachel: What are you doing?
Brooke: Uh, seeing what it was like to be you before the surgeries.
Brooke: Second hand death flowers, thanks...shoot me now.
Lucas: It sucks that your brother hung up on you Peyton.
Peyton: Yeah. I get it though. You know, the fear of letting people in, getting close to somebody and then it just not working out.
(they share a meaningful look)
Lucas: It's unbelievable, how much our lives have changed since freshman year.
Peyton: Yeah! It's all gonna end soon, too.
Lucas: Or begin.
(Lucas and Peyton in Peyton's room when the lights go out suddenly)
Peyton: It's the fuse box.
Lucas: Or maybe Brooke cut the power and she's come to kill us both.
Peyton: Funny! It should kick back on in a second. This happens once in a while, still kinda freaks me out.
Lucas: It's ok, I'm right here. Give me your hand! (Payton takes Lucas' outstretched hand and they stare at each other for a while) I'm gonna get her back.
Peyton: Lucas are you sure? Cause I mean I know you really hurt right now but -
Lucas: You can't help who you love Peyton.
Dan: I'm Dan Scott. Local businessman, schoolboard member, and murderer. Family first, that's my motto.
Skills: Peyton Sawyer, gettin' sexier by the album. Mind if I look?
Peyton: Have at it. But if you find a Led Zeppelin album with a letter from my second dead mom telling me about a biological half brother I've never even met, just go ahead and skip that one.
Skills: You know, that sounded like a whole lot of white-girl drama that I really don't understand, but okay.
Lucas: Speaking of that half-brother, did you call him?
Peyton: Yes! But I hung up before he answered.
Lucas: (says condesendingly) Peyton.
Peyton: Look I was gonna call him back, but you came in here crying like a school girl, so I just, I haven't.
Lucas: Look, Ellie she was pretty sharp and there's probably a reason she left you his number and there is probably a reason that you called him. And I did not cry like a little school girl.
Peyton: (laughs) Find anything good over there Skills?
Skills: Oh I'm actually just pretending to be looking so I can hear all your business. I'm just waiting to hear the plan on how you're gonna get Brooke back for this cryin' little school girl over here.
Lucas: Yeah I'm waiting to hear that plan too, and I was not crying like a little school girl.
Skills: Yes you were.
Rachel: Happy birthday, you boring old shrew.
Skillz: That sounds like a whole lotta white girl drama that I don't want to know anything about.
Whitey: (to Lucas) Not long ago, I found a kid out on that very same court. If that young man turns out to be the kind of player and person that scrawny kid turned out to be, it's a no-brainer.
Deb: (yelling to the customer) Come again, fat ass!
Cooper: (to Nathan) Listen to me, no matter what happened on that bridge, it was still my fault. I knew how old Rachel was, and I didn't walk away. That's not very heroic is it? Anyways, I wouldn't even be alive to say anything if it wasn't for you.
Karen: (to Deb) I will not have a gun toting junkie destroy a 17 year old business.
Rachel (to Brooke): Okay, let me get this straight. You don't have feelings for Lucas anymore, Peyton does, but she's willing to hide those feelings if you asked her to. Sounds like a pretty great friend to me.
Customer: No one's waited on our table in about 15 minutes. I ordered the Reuben, not the tuna salad.
Deb: Oh, gosh, I'm sorry. But, judging from the size of your ass, you should try the tuna salad and consider it a favor.
Peyton: Find anything good over there Skills?
Skills: I'm actually just pretending to be looking so I can hear all your business. I'm just waitin to hear your plan of how you're going to get Brooke back for this cryin' little school girl.
Cooper: Is everything okay?
Rachel: Yeah, I'm fine. I was just scared that you...
Cooper: The baby Rachel, I meant is the baby okay.
Rachel: Cooper, when we were arguing, I was so angry and I was hurt. So, when I said I was pregnant I was just...
Cooper: Get out! I said get out!
Brooke: Happy Birthday Brooke, welcome to 18. You've certainly made a mess of it.
Lucas: (voiceover) There are moments in our lives when we find ourselves at a crossroads. Afraid. Confused. Without a roadmap. The choices we make in those moments can define the rest of our days. Of course, when faced with the unknown, most of us prefer to turn around and go back. But once in a while people push on to something better. Something found just beyond the pain of going it alone. And just beyond the bravery and courage it takes to let someone in. Or to give someone a second chance. Something beyond the quiet persistence of a dream. Because it's only when you're tested, that you truly discover who you are. And it's only when you're tested, that you discover who you can be. The person you want to be does exist. Somewhere on the otherside of hard work and faith and belief ... and beyond the heartache and fear of what lies ahead.
Lucas: You know I used to watch you?
Lucas: Well Freshman year, Softmore year, both summers actually.
Peyton: Stop it!
(A slight pause, both Peyton and Lucas smile)
Peyton: What did you watch?
Lucas: Your legs mostly.
Lucas: No I'm serious. You know from up close they're a little chickeny.
Peyton: Shut up! (Hits Lucas playfully)
Lucas: But from where I was hiding, they were pretty awesome. (laughs)
Peyton: I'm not sure that's a compliment.
Lucas: Oh, it is! Trust me.
Peyton: Well I have a question to ask you but before you give me an answer, I just want you to know there is a point to it okay?
Peyton: All right, ummm, imagine a future moment in your life where all your dreams come true. You know, it's the greatest moment in your life and you get to experience it with one person. Who's standing next to you?
Lucas: Mmm, Kate Bosworth.
Peyton: Shut up, I'm serious!
Lucas: Ohh, so am I.
Rachel: I know you saved my life. (Nathan looks uncomfortable) I'm going to find a way to thank you.
Nathan You don't have to do that.
Rachel: No, I want to. (Rachel kisses Nathan on the cheek) You have Cooper's eyes.
Haley: You think your mom's a spy or a pimp, maybe?
Nathan: Ha! Ha! What?
Haley: She's got a gun. Yeah, she's packing heat.
Nathan: What are you talking about?
Haley: Your mom brought a gun into the cafe today. Oh, and it went off.
Nathan: What? Was anybody hurt?
Haley: No! Thank God!
Nathan: Unbelievable! I'll talk to her.
Haley: Ok, but she is acting really weird and she is strapped with a nine.
Nathan: I get it Hales, but playoffs are next week and my mom's an adult. Both my parents are supposedly.
Haley: Where are you going then?
Nathan: The rivercourt.
Haley: Nathan your knee's... your mom's totally freaking out.
Nathan: I am the kid, Hales and I'm sick of dealing with my parents' problems. If it's not my dad with a restraining order, it's my mom with a glock. They're unbelievable. My one saving grace. My one way out is if I play halfway decent in these playoffs, I can get a scholarship and I can get the hell away from both of these lunatics. Should my mom have a gun? No! But am I going to let her stupidity or anything else stand in the way of my dreams? Not a chance. (Nathan kisses Haley's forehead) See ya!
Haley: Whatever it is, we'll get though it together. I'm right here Nathan. I'm not going anywhere.
Peyton is suprised by a person on her porch
Derek: You Peyton? I'm Derek. (Peyton looks suprised and doesn't speak). I guess I'm your brother.
Haley: I need you to talk to me.
Nathan: Haley, I'm not trying to shut you out, ok? I just don't understand it enough to let you in yet.
Haley: Whatever it is we are going to get through it together. I'm right here, Nathan. I'm not going anywhere.
Although credited, Lee Norris (Mouth) didn't appear in this episode.
There is commentary available for this episode through the OTH Writers Podcast. Mark Schwahn, Hilarie Burton and Lee Norris take part in the commentary.
Original International Air Dates:
Latin America: Sunday, September 2, 2007
Turkey: Friday, October 5, 2007 on CNBC-e
Italy: Wednesday, October 24, 2007
Greece: Saturday, November 17, 2007 on Star
"Currents" by Dashboard Confessional
"No Turning Back" by Tom Freund
"The Way You Do" by Five Times August
"One More Night (Your Ex-Lover Remains Dead)" by Stars
"Westgate" by Buddy
"Born On The Cusp" by The American Analog Set
"Le Disko" by Shiny Toy Guns
"The Man Who Told Everything" by Doves
Episode Title: Things I Forgot At Birth
"Things I Forgot At Birth" is the name of the 2003 album from the band, The Absentee.
Peyton: (to Derek) "You know, you can go to my MySpace page."
MySpace is a social networking website based in Santa Monica, California offering an interactive network of blogs, user profiles, groups, photos, and an internal e-mail system.
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