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One Tree Hill: Some You Give Away

As the state championship game approaches, Whitey prepares to coach the final game of his career while the team deals with the pressure of the once-in-a-lifetime game. Peyton finally admits to Lucas that she loves him, but Lucas is unable to repond right away. Meanwhile, Karen dishes out some tough love to Deb in order to help her deal with her addition; Haley learns the sex of her and Nathan's baby; Dan strikes a deal with Daunte; and Nathan and Lucas clash over the team and their own personal goals. However, everyone's emotions following the game are overshadowed when both Haley and Lucas are rushed to the hospital following a devistating accident.


Episode Info


Episode number: 4x9
Production Number: 3T5769
Airdate: Wednesday November 29th, 2006

Director: Greg Prange
Writer: Mark Schwahn

Alternate Airdates:

UK (E4) May 27, 2007

  • Currently 9.9/10
9.9/10 (11 Votes cast)

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Guest Stars
Rick FoxRick Fox
As Daunte
Recurring
Tamara Johnson (2)Tamara Johnson (2)
As Receptionist

Co-Guest Stars
Anthony PaderewskiAnthony Paderewski
As EMT #2
Recurring
Bevin PrinceBevin Prince
As Bevin
Recurring
Conrad GoodeConrad Goode
As Bear
Recurring
John H. Brennan (1)John H. Brennan (1)
As EMT #1 (as John Brennan)
Recurring
Kelsey ChowKelsey Chow
As Gigi
Recurring

Uncredited
Amber NannAmber Nann
As Photographer
Vince LindenschmidtVince Lindenschmidt
As Raven's Fan
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: 4.21 million viewers

This episode did not feature the typical opening credits sequence.

Pontiac High School, the school that Tree Hill plays for the championship, is the name of the high school that creator Mark Schwahn attended.

The championship scenes were filmed at Reynolds Coliseum at the ACC school at North Carolina State University in Raleigh.

Haley and Nathan are having a baby boy.



Music
ArtistSong TitlePlayed When
AudioslaveRevelations 
BelascoSummer 
Jose GonzalezHeartbeats 
La RoccaThe Truth 
Pete YornIce Age 
Ray LaMontagneLessons Learned 
TV On The RadioWolf Like Me 


Episode Quotes
Announcer: (opening voiceover) And there is no joy in Tree Hill tonight because the Ravens have lost the state championship. Whitey Durham is the picture of a broken man and you have to think will this opportunity ever come around again. There are tears and there are questions. No doubt about it, hearts are breaking in Tree Hill tonight.

Announcer: (closing voiceover) Time is running out, now. And I tell you, you've gotta feel for Nathan Scott. I mean, sure, he has made some mistakes, but you get the sense that if this is how it ends he's never going to forgive himself. And Lucas Scott is being swarmed! I wouldn't doubt it if they didn't carry the kid out of here tonight and never bring him back. I have never seen some of these kids so happy. And can you blame them? They've been waiting a long time for this moment. And there at the center of it all is Whitey Durham; standing alone, taking it all in. Ladies and gentlemen, the Tree Hill Ravens are champions at last, and there's not a dry eye in the house.

Nathan: I need to ask you a question. If I don't go to Duke, if I don't play college basketball- I mean if today is the best it ever gets for me, will that be enough?
Haley: Of course! Nathan, as long as you are a good husband and a good father to your son.
Nathan: What?
Haley: It's a boy Nathan. You're going to have a son! Although I have to tell you, someday he's going to tease his father for playing like crap at the state championship. You might want to change that.

Lucas: Peyton! It's you.
Peyton: What?
Lucas: When all my dreams come true, the one I want next to me. It's you. It's you Peyton.

Lucas: (referring to Skills) So you gonna tell him he's not going to college or should I?
Nathan: It's one game. It's one high school basketball game. You think it really matters if we don't win?
Lucas: I don't know. How about you ask them?

Mouth: I've been waiting for this day my whole life.
Whitey: Me too, son. Me too.

Mouth: You know, say what you will about the ravages of sports in this corporate age where overpaid athletes expect prima-donna treatment, but there's still something so unifying about sporting in its purest form; when athletes rise above themselves and touch greatness, and in doing so remind us all that we all have greatness inside of us.
Gigi: You're sexy when you talk like that.

Lucas: This is good, isn't it? Us?
Peyton: It's perfect.

(to the nurse)
Peyton: Slut!
Brooke: Whore!
Rachel: Bitch!
Bevin: Thank you!

Brooke: It's okay preggers, just breathe. Can't have you popping out another cheerleader.
Haley: It's a boy.
Brooke: What?
Haley: I'm having a boy.



Cultural References
Episode Title: Some You Give Away

"Some You Give Away" is the title of a song by La Rocca from their The Truth album.



Episode References
Peyton: I asked him once who he wanted next to him when his dreams came true ... he said you.

Peyton asked Lucas who he wanted next to him during "Things I Forgot At Birth".

Lucas: It doesn't mean anything if you miss the shot.

Nathan told Lucas this same thing in "The Games That Play Us".



Analysis
The game winning play where Nathan tries to shoot a basket but ends up passing to Lucas instead parallels the last play of the playoff game in "The Games That Play Us". Like in this episode, Nathan passes the ball to Lucas who attempts a game-winning three-point shot, but misses. After the exact same play, and after Lucas telling Nathan that "It doesn't mean anything if you miss the shot", the same line used in "The Games That Play Us", Lucas takes a three-point, game-winning shot, but unlike the season 1 playoff game, Lucas nails the shot.



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