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While Tree Hill comes together for the opening of TRIC, Lucas and Felix have it out over Anna and Chris walks out on his gig, leaving Haley to face her fear of performing in front of crowds. Brooke, depressed over her current financial status, gets drunk at the opening and Mouth tends to her, but Felix takes the credit for it. Meanwhile, Dan, staying true to his old form, "accidentally" tells Karen that Keith slept with Deb, which Deb denies, and Keith and Jules' relationship continues to progress.
Lucas: (voiceover) Oliver Wendell Holmes once said "Many people die with their music still in them. Too often it is because they are always getting ready to live. Before they know it, time runs out."
(to Nathan about his decision to not go to High Flyers)
Whitey: Maybe you’re not taking a step forward as a basketball player, but you’re taking two steps forward as a man.
Brooke: I’m not jealous. I just figured you’d have gone for someone with a little more class.
Felix: Why? I went for you didn’t I?
Karen: Lucas, this is Andy. Andy, this is my son, Lucas.
Andy: Um, little Lucas? I, uh, I thought you were six, not six one.
Haley: What are your skills?
Brooke: I don't know. I’m good with guys, dates, dating.
Haley: Yeah, and?
Brooke: Sex, but --
Peyton: That would make you a hooker.
Episode Title: Let the Reigns Go Loose
"Let the Reigns Go Loose" is the title of a song by the Get Up Kids from the album On a Wire.
(about Nathan and Haley)
... previously on "Saved By The Bell".
Saved By The Bell
is a 1990s NBC series that follows the lives of a group of teens in high school.