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One Tree Hill: All These Things That I've Done

As Tree Hill is buzzing about Rachel on the cover of Maxim magazine, Brooke is put to the test as she deals with a model at the T.A.R.T. fashion as well as Nick. Lucas finds out about Nathan's dealings with Daunte, forcing Lucas to have to choose between Nathan or his love of the game. Meanwhile, Haley gets a taste of things to come when she agrees to babysit, but soon finds herself in over her head; and Peyton, with the help of Derek, forces herself to conquer one of her deepest fears.

Episode Info

Episode number: 4x7
Production Number: 3T5757
Airdate: Wednesday November 15th, 2006

Director: David Jackson (1)
Writer: Adele Lim

Alternate Airdates:

UK (E4) May 13, 2007


Guest Stars
Ernest WaddellErnest Waddell
As Derek Sommers
Reynaldo ValentinReynaldo Valentin
As Nick Chavez
Rick FoxRick Fox
As Daunte

Co-Guest Stars
Conrad GoodeConrad Goode
As Bear
Kelsey ChowKelsey Chow
As Gigi
Quentin KerrQuentin Kerr
As Guy
Shawn ShepardShawn Shepard
As Principal Turner
Kim Wall (1)Kim Wall (1)
As Doctor
Lisa BryantLisa Bryant
As Mother
Michael S. KennedyMichael S. Kennedy
As Pharmacist (as Michael Stanton Kennedy)
Main Cast
Chad Michael MurrayChad Michael Murray
As Lucas Scott
James LaffertyJames Lafferty
As Nathan Scott
Hilarie BurtonHilarie Burton
As Peyton Sawyer
Bethany Joy LenzBethany Joy Lenz
As Haley James Scott
Sophia BushSophia Bush
As Brooke Davis
Paul JohanssonPaul Johansson
As Dan Scott
Lee NorrisLee Norris
As Marvin "Mouth" McFadden
Antwon TannerAntwon Tanner
As Skills Taylor
Danneel HarrisDanneel Harris
As Rachel Gattina
Moira KellyMoira Kelly
As Karen Roe
Barry CorbinBarry Corbin
As Coach Whitey Durham
Barbara Alyn WoodsBarbara Alyn Woods
As Deb Scott
Episode Notes
Ratings: 2.2/3

Guest star CariDee English (Tia) won her role in this episode during a competition on America's Next Top Model, which airs in the timeslot prior to this episode.

othpodcast.com features a podcast commentary for this episode with commentary by creator Mark Schwahn and episode writer Adele Lim.

One of the girls that Haley babysits is the daughter of series star Barbara Alyn Woods (Deb Scott).

ArtistSong TitlePlayed When
Band Of HorsesThe Funeral 
The BraveryOut of Line 
El GatoPoison Heart 
IconBomb 1, 2, 3 
Moses McLeanSexy Baby 
The OutlineShotgun 
Salme DahlstromThe Beauty Inside 
Silversun PickupsRusted Wheel 
TiffanyLet Me Be 

Episode Quotes
Lucas: (voiceover) Regret comes in all shapes and sizes. Some are small, like when we do a bad thing for a good reason. Some are bigger like when we let down a friend. Some of us escape the pains of regret by making the right choice. Some of us have little time for regret because were looking forward to the future. Sometimes we have to fight to come to terms with the past, and sometimes we bury our regret by promising to change our ways. But our biggest regrets are not for the things we did but for the things we didn’t do, things we didn’t say that could have saved someone we care about. Especially when we can see the dark storm that’s headed their way.

Brooke: Well, I don't know who I hate more Mr. Chavez, you for being a lying bastard or me for betraying my friend and believing your crap.

(Haley is standing on a stool trying to get boxes out of the closet)
Nathan: Hey, come on. (takes her off of the stool)
Haley: Oh, hey, I'm getting that.
Nathan: You shouldn't be straining yourself. You can't risk falling and stuff.
Haley: Relax, I'm pregnant not elderly.

(about Peyton's latest wall painting)
Peyton: I have my guard dog.
Lucas: Yes, very disturbing.

Nathan: How did I get so lucky?
Haley: It helps that you're hot.

Nathan: Nah, I'll pass. I don't really like kids. Uh, I'll like our kid.
Haley: Yeah, yeah, get out of here you bum.

Haley: I wanna go to Duke with you.
Nathan: What?
Haley: I got my acceptance letter from Duke and um, it just made me think about what I want and what I want is to make you happy. More than anything else in the world. I want to go to Duke with you.

(one of the girls hugs Haley then leaves)
Haley: That was actually kinda sweet.
(Nathan pulls a "kick me" sign off her back)
Haley: Or not
Nathan: Still think you like kids?
Haley: I'll like our kid.

Karen: Hey Haley, how's the babysitting going?
Haley: It's, um, horrible. Listen, these kids are driving me crazy. The game's already started. I'm completely stressed out. It's everything I can do to keep from choking the life out of them. Karen, what am I doing wrong?
Karen: Do you want the truth?
Haley: Yes.
Karen: Nothing. You just gotta hang in there.

Episode Goofs
In previous games, Lucas has had to cover up his tattoo with tape in order to play. However during the game, Lucas and another Tree Hill Raven both have their tattoos showing.

Cultural References
Episode Title: All These Things That I've Done

"All These Things That I've Done" is a song by The Killers from their Hot Fuss album.

Peyton: I'm not sure I'm "Million Dollar Baby" material.

Million Dollar Baby is an Academy Award winning film about a woman's quest to be the best boxer in America.

Nathan turning to Lucas for help after making a deal with Daunte can be related to the "All These Things That I've Done" lyrics: "Yeah, you know you got to help me out / Yeah, oh don't you put me on the blackburner / You know you got to help me out / And when there's nowhere else to run / Is there room for one more son / These changes ain't changing me / The cold-hearted boy I used to be". As the lyrics suggest, Lucas has to help Nathan out of the bad circumstance he put himself and Haley into when Nathan comes to him for help after Dan refuses to give Nathan money. The final line suggests that even though Nathan made a deal with a dangerous guy, he did it for his marriage and Haley, unlike the selfish person he used to be who would have done it only for himself.

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