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Lucas: I love you
Peyton: I sort of like you too.
Peyton: They liked the angle of the new album.
Haley: What angle was that?
Peyton: The maverick teacher that punched the principal and slept with her student.
Haley: Ugh whatever, that was like 7 years ago, and I was his tutor.
Jack: (to principal) Here’s how little you know, I’m not even in this class. And you shouldn’t be either.
Brooke: Guess what. Your ex-boyfriend just asked Sam and I to go to L.A. with him tonight.
Brooke: This isn’t funny.
Peyton: Wow that’s a really big deal. It’s good, right?
Brooke: No it would be ridiculous to go with him. I have a store here, my friends are here, my life is here.
Brooke: Remember how unhappy you were in L.A.?
Peyton: Well yeah, because the boy that I loved asked me to be with him and I said no.
Lucas: When Haley was pregnant did you ever worry about what might go wrong?
Nathan: Of course. Just stay off the internet, it’s full of horror stories. Haley read something that convinced her that Jamie was going to be born with two heads.
Haley:I really appreciate your initiative and your heart, but you really have to go back to school.
Sam: Thank you, but we really want you back. Look what you did for me, and for Quentin.
Haley: Okay, I understand where you’re coming from, but in the real world there are going to be people that you disagree with and you have to deal with them.
Sam: Okay well how about we disagree with you and you deal with us. (Tosses Catch-22 at Haley) Because we’re not going to leave until you teach us something.
Julian: You haven’t trusted me since I got here.
Peyton: Because it seemed like you came here with an axe to grind.
Julian: Maybe I did, but somewhere along the line this place changed me. Brooke changed me. I love her, and I want Sam to come with us so that we can be a family.
Chase: You remind me of that Springsteen line – “there were ghosts in the eyes of all the boys you sent away.”
Jamie: (Jamie strolls up in construction boots and a bandana) Hey Uncle Lucas who am I?
Lucas: You’re a mini-Keith!
Brooke: Everybody else has families and kids and careers and I have this (the store).
Haley: Brooke, don’t sell yourself short. You’ve got all of us and a godson that loves you. And the reason I came by today was to tell you guess what? A group of students that wanted to study more came over to my house today and guess who their leader was? Sam! She’s come so far. She’s socialized and she writes. And she has a budding romance with Jack! And all that growth is because of you and the stable environment you gave her.
Julian: You have what most writers dream of having.
Sam: A troubled childhood?
Julian: A voice. Your writing just needs a little structure.
Jamie: I’m sad I never got to meet Uncle Keith
Lucas: I’m sad about that too.
Jamie: I’m sad about what Grandpa Dan did. Am I still allowed to miss Grandpa Dan?
Lucas: Yeah, Jamie, you are.
Jamie: I like it here (in the autoshop)…You bring something broken and you fix it up.
Lucas: Yeah, I always liked it here too.
Principal: Your students walked across town to be taught by you. It’s hard to get them to walk down the hall to most classes. Would you consider…
Haley: I love teaching but I would never sacrifice what I believe in to teach. You fired me right here in front of all my students just because you could. So congratulations, you made a good teacher not want to teach and good students not want to learn. Be proud of that.
Sam: He loves you, he’s a great guy, he wants us to all try it out together. Most people dream of this moment their whole lives, why aren’t we out the door already?
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An “Artist Alley” segment with Kate York and a review of the 19th episode of season six, “Letting Go,” highlights the 46th edition of the One Tree Hill Podcast. Kate’s song “Harley Sunday” was featured on this week’s episode.
NEXT WEEK: An exclusive interview with Andrew McMahon from JACK’S MANNEQUIN. He talks bout his new album The Glass Passenger and working with Twilight author Stephanie Meyer on the video for his song “The Resolution.”
Podcast Link: HERE