This episode was written by series star Chad Michael Murray (Lucas Scott), making it the first episode to be written by a cast member.
Jackson Brundage (Jamie Scott), Lisa Goldstein (Millicent) and Barbara Alyn Woods (Deb Scott) do not appear in this episode.
Ratings: 2.73 million viewers
(Nathan punches a man that hits on Haley)
Nathan: Are you all right?
Haley: Yeah. Maybe you should cut him off.
Nathan: Maybe I should give him another round on the house.
Haley: Now, why would you do that?
Nathan: Because he gave the bartender an excuse to talk to the gorgeous singer.
Haley: You know, in that case, give him two.
Peyton: My whole life has been planned and safe. Dan won't let men court me. But for once I want to make my own choices, even if that means my heart shatters into a million pieces, and I have to find the strength to put them back together. So that's why I came back tonight: because I need something different, and you are the first thing I've laid eyes on that is. And I have said too much.
Lucas: You are.
Lucas: Earlier you asked me if you're pretty. And you are, but it's your heart that makes you more than that. It makes you beautiful.
Episode Title: We Three (My Echo, My Shadow and Me)
"We Three (My Echo, My Shadow and Me)" is the title of a 1940s song by The Ink Spots.