Nathan: Father, can I ask you a question? When you decided you wanted to be a priest how did you know it was the right thing to do?
Father: I had a devout belief in God.
Nathan: Can you prove that to us, with some sort of a test I mean?
Priest: Of course not.
Nathan: Just like you can't prove love with a test. I mean, this is just a score on a sheet of paper. Sure, Haley and I have our differences, but this test doesn't show how hard we've worked to keep this relationship together, or that I can't stand it when we're apart, or that every time I look at her I know that I'm gonna be with her for the rest of my life. We love each other Father, no test is going to show that.
Lucas: (to Whitey and Nathan) I can't play tonight. I have a heart condition. I have HCM and I haven't been taking my medication so that I wouldn't slow down my game. And if I play I could die. I know how selfish I've been, I just didn't wanna leave the game behind. Because the game did change my life, just like yours. And it's gonna be hard to let it go.
Cooper: So how much for the wall? I'm guessing its less without the creepy clown.
Cooper: Well, I always wanted to meet the girl Nathan crashed a race car for.
Haley: Well, I always wanted to meet the guy that let Nathan crash a race car.
Peyton: Brooke, are you awake?
Brooke: Honey, how could I possibly be sleeping when you are thinking so loudly?
The lyrics to the song that the episode was named for, "I Slept With Someone In Fall Out Boy And All I Got Was This Stupid Song Written About Me", can be related to Jake and Peyton's relationship, which is rekindled during this episode. The lyrics talk about a lost love and how their love is the only place that feels like home, much like Jake returning to Tree Hill.