One Tree Hill

Season 6 Episode 11

We Three (My Echo, My Shadow and Me)

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Aired Wednesday 8:00 PM Nov 17, 2008 on The CW
6.6
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  • Episode Summary

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    Lucas falls asleep and dreams of a 1940s Tree Hill were he owns Karen's Cafe. Here, Dan is a dangerous mobster and everyone is entangled in his web: Brooke owes him money, Mouth is searching for proof that would link him to Keith's murder, Haley is his former lounge singer, and Lucas is in love with his step-daughter Peyton.moreless

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    SUBMIT REVIEW
    • Worst episode EVER

      1.0
      I hate these kind of movies/shows so i honestly only watch like 5 min and then i could take it any more:-(
    • Well done but a bit dull.

      7.0
      While certainly a well made episode, I can't say that We Three (My Echo, My Shadow and Me) wasn't a filler, because it was.



      I quite liked the setting and seeing who each character was in this noir dream I just found that the hour dragged. Lucas and Peyton, and Nathan and Haley falling in love in that one day was a little far-fecthed but it was still quite sad when Nathan left and Peyton died.



      Not much really to say. I liked the music and Haley's somng about Karen's cafe was brilliant!



      The ending with Peyton in real life falling and clutching her stomach in pain was intense and shocking.



      7/10moreless
    • I love this episode!!!

      10
      The ratings on here for this episode are very low, but I love it. I can see how people don't like it. It doesn't fit at all with what is happening in the show before and after this episode and parts of it are kind of cheesy. But, I love it anyway.



      I think it was a very well-written episode courtesy of Lucas Scott himself, Mr. Chad Michael Murray. I love all the classic One Tree Hill moments and lines he threw into this episode. With Lucas having written two books and now a movie script it makes sense to have Chad write an episode. I'll admit it's a little weird with him Lucas having this dream of Tree Hill during the 1940s, but it's still good.



      I love seeing Haley get to sing and seeing her and Nathan fall in love all over again. And it was perfect that Chad wrote in a rain scene for them to kiss before Nathan left.



      I loved the change to the "People Always Leave" quote that Peyton has become known for. "People Always Leave, but I say stay awhile, have a nightcap." Love it!!



      And Dan was just his pure evil self in this dream that Lucas had and it was great. I also love that Karen's Cafe is like the cafe and Tric all rolled into one. And since he hates Julian it makes sense that in his dream he would kill him.



      The ending sucks when Peyton dies in his dream, but it's just a dream.



      Overall like I said I love this episode. It's different and it's fun. It was an unnecessary episode, but it was really good!!moreless
    • One Tree Hill tries a dream-sequence episode with the characters running around in WWII era Tree Hill City.

      4.5
      (SOME SPOILERS AHEAD) Utterly cheesy, craptastic episode written by OTH's own Chad Michael Murray. I don't know if he was intentionally trying to make the silliest of dream-sequence episodes - somehow, I really doubt Sir Squinty has even the tiniest amount of irony in his brain. But the result is probably the goofiest OTH entry I seen so far. And I am a fan of this show, it all its lunatic, crazy-a** plot twists and horrible, over-the-top acting on the part of some of key players. This would have been a bit more fun if it had been better written. As it is, the novelty of the concept wears thin about 15 minutes in. And for some reason, CMM seems to REALLY like violent scenes: more than a few people get bludgeoned, hands get broken, Mouth gets beaten up and tossed off a bridge, etc. Bottom line: It's a big old mess but not as enjoyable as the usual OTH nonsense.moreless
    • different world episode.

      1.0
      i'm sorry, but what the heck?? i miss ONE episode of One Tree Hill and it falls to pieces?!?! i'm still congfused to what the point was of that episode. it was ridiculous. the only good thing about it was Bethany getting to perform; she's got such a fantastic voice. It seemed so silly-- it was a dumb episode. if one tree hill were a supernatural series, it would have made sense, but this episode made no sense at all. When I noticed in the credits Chad Michael Murray wrote it, that's when i realized why the weird situation. Chad, you really ought to stick to acting and quit the writing thing. maybe directing could be more of your forte...?moreless
    MIchael Brady

    MIchael Brady

    Henchmen

    Guest Star

    Joe Manganiello

    Joe Manganiello

    Owen Morello

    Recurring Role

    Cullen Moss

    Cullen Moss

    Junk Moretti

    Recurring Role

    Vaughn Wilson

    Vaughn Wilson

    Ferguson "Fergie" Thompson

    Recurring Role

    Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions

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    • TRIVIA (4)

    • QUOTES (3)

      • Peyton: My whole life has been planned and safe. Dan won't let men court me. But for once I want to make my own choices, even if that means my heart shatters into a million pieces, and I have to find the strength to put them back together. So that's why I came back tonight: because I need something different, and you are the first thing I've laid eyes on that is. And I have said too much.
        Lucas: You are.
        Peyton: What?
        Lucas: Earlier you asked me if you're pretty. And you are, but it's your heart that makes you more than that... it makes you beautiful.

      • (Nathan punches a drunk guy after he tries to grab Haley)
        Nathan: Are you all right?
        Haley: Yeah. Maybe you should cut him off.
        Nathan: Maybe I should give him another round on the house.
        Haley: Now, why would you do that?
        Nathan: Because he gave the bartender an excuse to talk to the gorgeous singer.
        Haley: You know, in that case, give him two.

      • Nathan (watching Haley sing): What a dame.
        Lucas: She gets them every time.
        Nathan: I think a girl like that... never mind.
        Lucas: And a guy like you? Yeah. Why not?
        Nathan: Well, because I'm a nobody and she's definitely a somebody.
        Lucas: Never say never, Nate. If you want something, go get it. It's that simple.
        Nathan: What do you want, Luke?
        Lucas: Nothing. I've got everything I want right here.

    • NOTES (3)

      • Although credited, Barbara Alyn Woods (Deb) does not appear in this episode.

      • Original International Air Dates:
        Denmark: Monday, March 23, 2009 at 8:00pm on TV3+
        Philippines: Wednesday, April 15, 2009 on ETC
        Norway: Saturday, September 19, 2009 on TVNorge

      • Featured Music:
        "As Time Goes By" by Herman Hupfeld
        "Karen's Cafe" by Bethany Joy Galeotti of Everly
        "I Know" by Meaghan Smith
        "Don't Say" by St. Lola in the Fields
        "Brash Cash" by APM
        "Midnight Serenade" by APM
        "Scheming Star" by Bethany Joy Galeotti of Everly
        "Unless" by St.Lola In The Fields
        "Smokey Joe's" by APM
        "Mrs. Scott" by Bethany Joy Galeotti of Everly

    • ALLUSIONS (1)

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