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As Lucas and Lindsey reunite for a business meeting, Nathan receives the offer he has been waiting for since he was little. Meanwhile, Haley unknowingly puts Jamie's life on the line; Brooke struggles with her decision concerning Clothes over Bros; Peyton uncovers a secret regarding her new artist; and Haley ends the feud with Carrie once and for all.
Lee Norris (Mouth McFadden) and Antwon Tanner (Skills) do not appear in this episode.
Ratings: 3.42 million viewers
Carrie: They say we leave this world just the way we came into it: naked and alone.
Lucas: So if we do leave with nothing, what then is the measure of a life? Is it defined by the people we choose to love?
Nathan: Or is life simply measured by our accomplishments?
Brooke: And what if we fail, or have never truly loved? What then? Can we ever measure up?
(after she hits Carrie with the bottle)
Deb: Guess there's more than one crazy nanny in this town.
(to Lucas, about his engagement to Peyton)
Lindsey: You know the first time we met, right here, I told you I was pulling for the couple in the book.
Lucas: I never meant to hurt you. Not then, not now.
Lindsey: I know. The thing is I saw it coming all along. I just tried to wish it away. it wasn't fair to me or to you.
Peyton: (to Brooke) Wow ... who peed in your Cheerios?
Episode Title: You’ve Dug Your Own Grave, Now Lie in It
"You’ve Dug Your Own Grave, Now Lie in It" is the title of a song by Kenotia.
Mick and Peyton's number one choice of U2's Joshua Tree as their top album is a reference to the series itself -- the album contains the song "One Tree Hill."