It’s the oldest story in the world. One day you’re 17 and planning for someday. And then quietly and without you ever really noticing, someday is today. And then someday is yesterday. And this is your L I F E.
2x20 Lifetime Piling Up
NATHAN: Well, you know, you could up the traffic in here by hiring some… hot girls to dance in the bar. Just saying.
HALEY: Speaking of hot girls, sorry I’m late. School bus driver ran out of gas.
NATHAN: Where were you today?
HALEY: I told you, Mr. Hirshfield took us to the planetarium. If you ever listen to me, maybe you’d know that.
NATHAN: Okay, alright. I just can’t believe you went out in public with that hat.
HALEY: Remind me why I’m friends with you again.
DEB: Nathan, this is from that basketball camp.
NATHAN: Yeah, I’m a finalist. It’s no big deal.
DEB: Well, it’s a huge deal, honey, I’m really really proud of you!
HALEY: Yeah, me too! Congratulations. Well, we’ll have to celebrate later. Right now, dirty dishes are beckoning. You rock, don’t let it go to your head.
DEB: You know, you two are gonna end up married some day.
NATHAN: Stop it! We’ve known each other forever, we’re just friends.
DEB: Good place to start.
NATHAN: Keep dreaming.
2x20 Lifetime Piling Up
PEYTON: Lucas, look out!
NATHAN: Daddy teach you how to drive?
LUCAS: Yeah, he sends his love. Now get outta my way, loser.
PEYTON: [Mouthing] I’m sorry.
PEYTON: Why do you have to treat him like that? Could’ve easily been you, you know? If your dad had married his mom instead of yours.
LUCAS: Yeah, like that was ever gonna happen.
2x19 I’m Wide Awake, It’s Morning
BROOKE: Lucas! It’s okay…I’m here for you.
oth meme: two seasons [1/2]
At this moment, there are 6 billion, 470 million, 818 thousand, 671 people in the world. Some are running scared. Some are coming home. Some tell lies to make it through the day. Others are just now facing the truth. Some are evil men, at war with good. And some are good, struggling with evil. Six billion people in the world. Six billion souls. And sometimes, all you need is one.
2x18 Lonesome Road
WHITEY: You oughta lock your front door, you know? Some old crazy guy might come in here and get you.
PEYTON: Old crazy guys don’t scare me.
WHITEY: I know this is not really appropriate; but Jake said that you wouldn’t answer the door if I knocked so I should just walk in.
PEYTON: You’ve been to see him?
WHITEY: I have. Do you mind if we…sit down?
PEYTON: Yeah um…The bed?
WHITEY: The PTA’d have a field day with this. Have you ever been to Florida, Peyton?
PEYTON: Once, with my dad.
WHITEY: There’s a little town just off the Gulf of Mexico. Weather’s perfect year round; kinda like today. It’s almost a paradise. It’s a great place to raise a child. Or, if you’re family, to protect one till their daddy can arrive. Jenny’s fine, Peyton.
WHITEY: Jake wanted you to know that.
PEYTON: I went by to see him this morning… and he told me he didn’t want me to visit anymore. He said it was too hard.
WHITEY: I can understand that. I know you miss your mom, honey. Just like I miss my wife. But, think about Jake; he misses both women that he loves.