Русскоязычное название: Холм одного дерева
Статус: закончен 9-й сезон (13 серии), 2003-????
Где и когда: CW
Описание: Помимо любви к баскетболу, кажется, что у Лукаса и Натана, двух молодых людей, нет ничего общего. За исключением темной тайны, заключающейся в том, что у них один отец. Высокомерный и уверенный, Натан — звезда баскетбольной команды средней школы и принадлежит самой богатой семье в городе. Тихий и задумчивый, Лукас — одиночка, единственный ребенок матери-одиночки. Он всегда держался на расстоянии от Натана. Но их жизни сталкиваются, когда Лукас попадает в команду Натана. Слухи, которые сопровождали начиная с детства, теперь становятся больше, чем шепотами, поскольку единокровные братья конкурируют не только на спортивной площадке, но также и за сердце подруги Натана. Так выходит на поверхность глубокий и ожесточенный конфликт, который назревал годами. Он преследует их дома и в школе, они изо всех сил пытаются понять, кем они являются на самом деле. И возможно, что между ними может быть больше общего, чем они когда-либо себе представляли.
Создатель: Марк Швон
Gavin DeGraw — «I Don’t Wanna Be» (Main theme)
|#1.01 — Pilot|
«24′s» by T.I. Nathan and the team steal the school bus.
«Hands Down» by Dashboard Confessional. Nathan & Peyton try to avoid accidents.
«Farewell Transmission» by Songs: Ohia. Keith walks into Whitney’s office to talk about Lucas.
«Never Enough» by Bosshouse. Peyton drives by the river court.
«Your Boyfriend Sucks» by The Ataris. Peyton is working on her computer when Nathan arrives.
«Money Bags» by Runaway Cab. Nathan and Tim talk.
«Aftertaste» by Ben Lee. Lucas plays basketball solo.
«Are You Gonna Be My Girl?» by Jet. Nathan, Peyton & Tim on their way to the basketball court.
«Lapdance» by N.E.R.D. Nathan walks onto the court to play against Lucas.
«What It Is to Burn» by Finch. Nathan plays against Lucas.
«Rest In Pieces» by Saliva. Played after Lucas shoots the winning basket.
«EZ» by Pete Yorn. End scenes.
|#1.02 — The Places You Have Come To Fear The Most|
«Switchback» by Celldweller. Whitney benches Lucas.
«Hard to Find» by American Analog Set. Nathan and Peyton make-out in his van.
«Beside Me» by Forty Foot Echo. Dan es video of the game and talks to Nathan.
«To Hell With Good Intentions» by McLusky. Peyton draws in her room, Nathan calls to apologize.
«She’s Got It So Phat» by Bosshouse. Peyton and Brooke talk.
«Echo» by Vertical Horizon. Mr. Kelly looks at the «one word» card.
«Further» by Longview. Lucas decides to play in the game.
«Belief» by Gavin DeGraw. Lucas’ literary quote.
|#1.03 — Are You True?|
«Glad to Be Alive» by Low Flying Owls. Peyton gets a call from THUD Magazine while drawing.
«Apologies» by Bosshouse. Peyton’s interview with THUD.
«How Good It Can Be» by The 88. Brooke gets her legs waxed.
«Hang» by Mojo Monkeys. Jake stops by Keith’s Body Shop to talk to Lucas.
«Silence Is Easy» by Starsailor. Peyton picks up her art; Karen sees Sherry.
«Multiply» by Forty Foot Echo. Nathan and the team throw Lucas in the swamp.
«Stones» by Pete Francis. Haley tells Nathan she will tutor him.
«You Dance» by Eastmountainsouth. End scenes.
|#1.04 — Crash Into You|
«Whatcha Gonna Do» by Sprung Monkey. Nathan shows the tape of Lucas’ mom and Dan.
«Taken For a Ride» by AM Radio. Brooke & Peyton talk on the stairs at the party.
«Shake It Down» by Bosshouse. Nathan stops Haley from leaving the party.
«Empty Apartment» by Yellowcard. Peyton & Nathan fight.
«Return to Me» by Matthew Ryan. End scenes.
|#1.05 — Where I End And You Begin (All That You Can’t Leave Behind)|
«Hard To Find» by American Analogy Set. Haley tells Lucas the truth about her and Nathan.
«I Was On A Mountain» by Hot Water Music. Peyton speeds, then picks up Lucas.
«Want To Be Bad» by Tegan and Sara. Nathan goes to see Peyton to invite her to the game.
«I Don’t Want To Be» by Gavin DeGraw. Father-Son basketball game.
«Glad To Be Alive» by Low Flying Owls. Peyton runs red lights.
«Many Rivers To Cross» by Jimmy Cliff. End scene.
|#1.06 — Every Night Is Another Story|
«Holiday» by Get Up Kids. Nathan & Lucas’ car won’t start; repeat of opening scene with Peyton driving.
«Impossible» by Lucky Town. Nathan asks Haley to come to the Raven’s away game.
«Seven x Eight» by Anjali. Brooke ‘surrenders’ before entering Peyton’s room.
«Blueside» by Rooney. Lucas listens to the mix Peyton made him.
«Hypocrites» by Jibe. Nathan gets in the car with the «Things».
«Time Running» by Tegan and Sara. Peyton, Haley & Brooke are in the car; Brooke throws away her pom-poms.
«Headlights» by Dispatch. Final scene.
|#1.07 — Life As A Glass House|
«Kennedy» by Kill Hannah. Brooke & Peyton get ready for the party.
«She’s Got It So Phat» by Bosshouse. Jakes talks to Lucas.
«Pacific Ocean Blues» by Gigolo Aunts. Lucas talks to Peyton by the swings, their kiss is interrupted.
«I’ll Always Love You» by Michael Campion. Brooke tells Haley that Nathan passed around her note.
«She Will Be Loved» by Maroon 5. Peyton & Lucas find a bedroom and make-out.
«Beautiful One» by Jonny Lang. Brooke comes on to Jake; Lucas finds Haley crying at the cafe.
«Say Yes» by Bryan Greenberg & Elliot Smith. Jake sings for his daughter.
«Calling All Angels» by Train. End montage.
|#1.08 — The Search For Something More|
«Street Survivor» by The Flaming Sideburns. Brooke & Peyton are offered drinks.
«Sparks» by The Man. Brooke meets Fitch.
«Bad Circulation» by Witchypoo. Brooke makes-out with Fitch.
«No Exit» by Runaway Cab. Gabe puts on music.
«Did It For The Drugs» by Supafuzz. Gabe tries to take advantage of Peyton.
«Filter Factory» by Dee. Brooke looks for Peyton.
«Time» by Runaway Cab.
«Breaking Away» by Bosshouse. Lucas breaks into Gabe’s room.
«Dare You To Move» by Switchfoot. Nathan & Haley kiss.
«Untold» by Pete Francis. End montage.
|#1.09 — With Arms Outstretched|
«Push It Up» by Cham Pain. Nathan works out as Lucas tries to talk to him.
«Rain King» by Counting Crows. Lucas & Brooke make-out.
«Shabby Girl» by Electric Farm. Lucas & Haley talk outside school.
«Yesterdays» by Pennywise. Raven’s game against Cove City; Nathan collapses.
«Fallen» by Sarah McLachlan. Nathan goes to Haley’s for a talk.
«Re-Offender» by Travis. Final scene.
|#1.10 — You Gotta Go There To Come Back|
«Everything» by Fefe Dobson. Nathan & Haley in bed.
«Be Different» by Lori Denae. Deb talks to Haley about entertainment at the cafe.
«Downed» by Cheap Trick.
«Girlfriend» by The Band. Plays on Brooke’s radio as she arrives at the river court.
«Starting All Over» by Jon Elliot. Karen’s cafe.
«Bullet With You Name On It» by Lockgroove. Haley looks through Peyton’s CDs.
«Mindleak» by Bryan Greenberg. Lucas walks up to Jake’s porch.
«Blue and White» by Beth Waters. Lucas & Brooke arrive at ‘Open Mic Night’.
«Lonely World» by Bryan Greenberg. Jake performs.
«I Don’t Want To Be» by Gavin DeGraw. Performed at the cafe.
|#1.11 — The Living Years|
«Simple Again» by Buva. Deb talks to Keith at the cafe as Dan arrives.
«I Met A Girl» by Wheat. Brooke goes to Peyton for advice.
«Everywhere She Goes» by Across The Sky. Haley ditches school with Nathan.
«She’s So Pretty» by Kyf Brewer. Peyton and her father have dinner at the cafe.
«Ship Of Fools» by World Party. Petyon’s dad and Lucas talk.
«Avalanche» by Ryan Adams. Brooke waits for Lucas on his porch.
«The Shadowlands» by Ryan Adams. End of the episode.
|#1.12 — Crash Course In Polite Conversations|
«Fools At The Table» by Matt Becker. Peyton & Lucas drive to the coroner’s office.
«Maybe Tomorrow» by Stereophonics. Peyton and Lucas hook up at the motel.
«Escape» by Smith Point. Final scenes.
|#1.13 — Hanging By A Moment|
«Inside Of Love» by Nada Surf. Lucas kisses Peyton.
«Everybody Wants You» by Josh Kelley. Lucas writes to his mom.
«Leaving Trains» by James William Hindle. Keith talks to Deb.
«Don’t Confess (This Thing That Breaks My Heart)» by Tegan and Sara. Brooke tells Peyton she is falling for Lucas.
«All I Can Do» by Sandstorm Thomas. Peyton goes to Haley for advice.
«Pink Bullets» by The Shins. Keith puts out flowers; Whitey at the cemetery.
«Brief Intermission» by Rob Momary. Dan & Carrie at the beach house.
«Most Of The Time» by Josh Casova. End montage.
|#1.14 — I Shall Believe|
«Higher Than The Sun» by Susan Calloway. Peyton visits Haley.
«Come Home Delilah» by The Squirts. Nathan tries to talk to Haley at the cafe.
«The Getaway» by The Red Thread. Brooke goes over to Peyton’s.
«I Shall Believe» by Sheryl Crow. End montage.
|#1.15 — Suddenly Everything Has Changed|
«If She Wants Me» by Belle and Sebastian. Lucas dreams about Peyton & Brooke.
«Come On» by Ben Jelen. Haley leaves Lucas as Peyton arrives.
«Been Around The World» by Extreme Music. Nathan and Haley talk.
«Alien» by Arco. Karen talks to Keith.
«It’s You That I Find» by David Grahame. Jake has to leave the cafe.
«I Can’t Make Me» by Butterfly Boucher. Peyton draws while IM-ing Lucas.
«Need You Here» by Jude. Brooke & Karen assemble a scrapbook.
«Lucky Man» by Tom Anderson. Karen gives Jenny a crib.
«Dreaming» by The Luxury Liners. Peyton goes to see Lucas.
«Elsewhere» by Bethany Joy Lenz. End montage.
|#1.16 — The First Cut Is The Deepest|
«Never Like This» by Buva. Karen, Haley & Lucas eat dinner at the cafe.
«There Goes The Neighborhood» by Sheryl Crow. Lucas meets a mysterious woman at the bar.
«Parking» by The Fuzz. Lucas talks to the mysterious woman.
«Home» by Sheryl Crow. Peyton draws in her room.
«Tiny Little Fractures» by Snow Patrol. Lucas tells the woman about Brooke & Peyton.
«Bleed» by Stone Dogs/GG. Brooke & Peyton look for Lucas at the bar.
«Lucky Kid» by Sheryl Crow. Nikki & Lucas make-out on the carousel.
«Tell Your Story Walking» by Deb Talan. Lucas and Nikki chat at the cafe.
«He’ll Be Around» by Boss Martians. Peyton & Brooke argue at the bar.
«Don’t Forget» by Kid Gloves. Karen & Deb talk business.
«Breaking Away» by Bosshouse. Nathan plays a video game as Deb arrives to talk to him.
«Nothing» by Smashtrax. Nathan & Haley talk.
«It’s Only Love» by Sheryl Crow. Nathan confronts Deb; Lucas goes to see Brooke.
«The First Cut Is The Deepest» by Sheryl Crow. Performed at the cafe.
|#1.17 — Spirit In The Night|
«Shadows Cast A Lie» by James William Hindle. Karen and Deb talk at the cafe.
«Looking For A Reason» by Paul Trudeau. The team and cheerleaders get on the bus.
«Slam» by Midnight To Twelve. Lucas listens to music in his hotel room.
«Good Girl, Bad Boy» by Junior Senior. The girls practice in the lobby.
«Shake Yer Booty» by APM Music. The guys hand out at the strip club.
«Big Man On The Block» by Black Toast. The male strippers arrive.
«Get Naked» by Black Toast. The girls chill-out in the hot tub.
«Mix It Up» by Michael McGregor. The Bear Creek Warriors perform.
«Kung Fu Fighting» by Bus Stop ft. Carl Douglas. The Tree Hill Raven cheerleaders perform.
«100 Years» by Five For Fighting. The kids get off the bus and return home.
«All Kinds Of Time» by Fountains Of Wayne. End montage.
|#1.18 — To Wish Impossible Things|
«Push It Up» by Cham Pain. Tim dances down the runway.
«You Can Leave Your Hat On» by Tom Jones. Jake is up for auction.
«For Sho’» by D Note. Lucas is bid on.
«Ladies Night» by Kool and The Gang. Nathan’s turn on the auction block.
«Nothing Can Change It» by David Grahame. Larry asks Karen to dinner.
«No Good Without You» by Tyrone Wells. Larry & Karen have dinner.
«You Bring Me» by Pop. Brooke & Mouth have their ‘date’.
«Note To Self: Don’t Die» by Ryan Adams. Peyton & Nathan play pool; Lucas & Haley have a water balloon fight.
«It’s Over Now» by Ricky Fante. Tim goes for his date with Deb.
«Call Me Crazy» by Marla Sokoloff. Brooke & Mouth talk in the limo.
«Music Please» by Extreme Music. Mouth dances; Brooke is confronted by a former ‘date’.
«Just Be Simple» by Songs: Ohia. End scenes.
|#1.19 — How Can You Be Sure?|
«Coming Undone» by Highwater Rising. Lucas talks to Peyton.
«Spitting Games» by Snow Patrol. Haley does her nails & talk to Peyton.
«Wrecking Ball» by Viva Voce. Nikki confronts Peyton.
«Broken» by Hathaway. Keith tells Karen he is leaving Tree Hill.
«Heaven» by The Fire Theft. Haley & Nathan talk.
«Love In December» by Club 8. Brook tells Lucas she is not pregnant.
«Everybody Hurts» by Dashboard Confessional. End montage.
|#1.20 — What Is And What Should Never Be|
«Throw My Heart Away» by Black Toast. Karen & Keith talk.
«Tested By History» by Hoy. Lucas goes to pick up Peyton.
«Luzer» by Super Bright Lights. Nathan at work.
«Coming Back To You» by Black Toast. Deb receives divorce papers.
«Yo Money» by Bosshouse. Party preparations.
«Party All Night» by Menotti. Party at Nathan’s.
«Fire In The Pouring Rain» by The Blackouts. Brook befriends Nikki.
«Bring It On» by Eric Sloane. Haley tries to control the party.
«I Believe In A Thing Called Love» by The Darkness. Brooke and Nikki cause problems at the party.
«What Do You Want» by The Defendants. Nikki & Peyton argue.
«What’s Your Number?» by Cypress Hill. Peyton & Nikki catfight.
«Apart» by The Cure. Brooke & Peyton settle things.
«The Wish» by Josh Canova. End montage.
|#1.21 — The Leaving Song|
«Through The Blue» by Evan and Jaron. Lucas asks Keith about Dan.
«No Tomorrow» by The Blackouts. Haley finds something on Nathan’s laptop.
«Revelry» by Sea Ray. Dan & Karen talk.
«I Have Found Mine» by The Blackouts. Haley talks to Peyton.
«Time And Time Again» by Chronic Future. Nathan & Lucas work out.
«Thrown Away» by Vast. Dan tells the team he is their new coach.
«Once In Awhile» by Gigolo Aunts. Peyton talks to Jake about his plans.
«Suffering» by Satchel. Haley confronts Nathan about the pictures of Peyton.
«Don’t Take Your Love Away» by Vast. End of the episode.
|#1.22 — The Games That Play Us|
«More Than Anyone» by Gavin DeGraw. Nathan & Haley kiss.
«The Way You Walk» by Faraci. Brooke talks to Nikki.
«Evening Star» by All India Radio. Karen goes to Keith’s apartment.
«Breaking Away» by Bosshouse. Peyton & Brooke discuss their plan for Nikki.
«Nobody’s Perfect» by Dios. Lucas & Haley walk through the cemetery.
«Stay» by Michelle Featherstone. Nathan confronts Dan; Keith goes to see Deb; Lucas visits Whitey in the hospital.
«Where Are We Runnin’?» by Lenny Kravitz. Brooke tells Nikki Jake’s destination.
«NYC Weather Report» by Five For Fighting. Nathan goes to say goodbye to Lucas.
«Run» by Snow Patrol. End montage.
|#2.01 — The Desperate Kingdom Of Love|
«Empty Apartment» by Yellowcard. Lucas meets with Keith; Karen sees a boy that resembles Lucas; Peyton writes lyrics on her wall.
«Take Your Mama» by Scissor Sisters. Brooke & Peyton go joy-riding.
«She Will Be Loved» by Maroon 5. Flashback of Nathan proposing to Haley.
«Silence» by Gomez. Brooke & Peyton on the boat.
«Just As Well» by Emily Sparks. Karen & Haley talk about marriage.
«Lie In The Sound» by Trespassers William. End montage.
|#2.02 — Truth Doesn’t Make A Noise|
«Float On» by Modest Mouse. Brooke & Peyton discuss Haley & Nathan’s marriage.
«Life Is Good» by Junk. Haley & Lucas discuss her marriage.
«Make It Up To You» by Bosshouse. Brooke demonstrates her game.
«Art» by Louque. Peyton gets mad about the pictures Brooke posted.
«Copper Moon» by Tom Freund. Haley’s parents comfort her; Keith returns Lucas’ iPod.
«Watching Rainbows» by The Badge. Brooke takes pictures of Peyton in the shower.
«Headsprung» by LL Cool J. Lucas takes pictures at the party.
«Hip Hop Don’t Stop» by Cobalt Party Revolution. Deb arrives at the party; Peyton meets a guy from Lust Factor.
«Mirror» by Erica C. Haley’s parents tell her they are leaving town.
«Real Love» by Toby Lightman. Whitey brings Nathan & Haley a baby blanket; Haley confronts Brooke.
«The Distance» by Coby Brown. Peyton & Brooke tell Lucas what they did with the letter; Keith & Karen talk.
«Everybody’s Changing» by Keane. End montage.
|#2.03 — Near Wild Heaven|
«Satellite» by Junk. Tim tries to convince Nathan to have a stripper for the party.
«Keep Your Reciept» by Cobalt Party Revolution. The gang discusses the bachelor party.
«C’mon» by Go Betty Go. Haley, Brooke & Peyton cruise in the limo and have champagne.
«Word Up» by Korn. Peyton and Brooke’s friends model lingerie.
«Shake Dat» by Shawnna ft. Ludacris. Haley is given a fake ID.
«Bang Stranger» by MC G-Nutz. The male stripper arrives.
«Let’s Get It Started» by The Black-Eyed Peas. The girls party in the limo with the stripper.
«Fit But You Know It» by The Streets. The girls drive by Nathan & Haley’s apartment.
«Bad Habits» by Michael Tolcher. Lucas talks to Nathan about Dan.
«Mirror» by Erica C. Brooke’s credit cards don’t work; the stripper shows up at Nathan’s.
«Roll With Dub» by Double Owe. Brooke asks for an alternate payment plan.
«Kill» by Jimmy Eat World. End montage.
|#2.04 — You Can’t Always Get What You Want|
«Fire At Will» by The Other Guys. Peyton stops by the cafe to talk to Karen.
«Ever After» by The Other Guys. Lucas overhears Deb & Karen talking.
«13 States» by Michael Meanwhile. Brooke confronts Felix about her parking spot.
«Big Days» by PMG. Peyton tries on clothes.
«There’s Something Better» by Hathaway. Brooke tells Peyton about her financial situation.
«At The Speed Of A Yellow Bullet» by Head Automatica. Felix races cars against Lucas & Dan.
«Raise Your Hands» by PMG. Brooke tries to steal a bra.
«All I Want From You Is Love» by Let’s Go Sailing. Dan & Deb talk.
«Sway» by The Perishers. End montage.
|#2.05 — I Will Dare|
«Endless Shovel» by Rogue Wave. Karen walks into Andy’s office.
«Welcome To The Movement» by Dee. The gang meet at the mall for ‘Dare Night’.
«The Keys To Life vs. 15 Minutes Of Fame» by Atmosphere. Lucas returns his clothes; Mouth hits baseballs.
«Everything Is» by Nectar. Tim gets a full-body hair wax.
«Funny Little Feeling» by Rock-N-Roll Soldiers. Montage of the gang doing the dares.
«Good Time» by Walkie Talkie. Anna & Lucas in her car.
«I’m Sorry» by Black Toast. Brooke meets up with Felix.
«Baby Got Back» by Lee Norris, originally by Sir-Mix-A-Lot. Mouth does karaoke with Skills & Fergie.
«Somersault» by Zero 7. Lucas & Anna talk and take pictures.
«Dare You To Move» by Swithfoot. Lucas walks Anna to her car.
«Hey Sugar» by D’Lovely. The gang meets up at the cafe.
«Collide» by Howie Day. End montage.
|#2.06 — We Might As Well Be Strangers|
«The Wind Blew All Around Me» by Mary Lou Lord. Peyton meets Chris at the record store.
«Alive and Amplified» by The Mooney Suzuki. Brooke & Felix hook up in the janitor’s closet.
«Stay With Me Tonight» by Wonderlife. Anna talks to Lucas at the river court.
«Let Me Fall» by Bethany Joy Lenz. Nathan e-mails Peyton Haley’s song.
«Glad» by Tyler Hilton. Chris auditions.
«Sun and Stars» by Michael Meanwhile. Karen & Andy take a walk; Brooke & Felix talk; Whitey looks at a picture from his 500th win.
«So Beautiful» by Pete Murray. Montage of the gang watching the meteor shower.
«Mid November» by Jonathan Rice. End scenes.
|#2.07 — Let The Reigns Go Loose|
«Hey Emma Lou» by Brett Walker. Peyton & Haley talk to Brooke at school.
«On To You» by Day and Night. Keith asks Jules out on a date.
«Anything For You» by Luther Russell. Dan goes to apologize to Karen.
«All The Time» by D Note. Brooke & Haley go dress shopping.
«Alive and Amplified» by The Mooney Suzuki. Opening of TRIC.
«Walkie Talkie Man» by Steriogram. Haley gets nervous about performing; Andy meets Lucas.
«The Death Of American Radio» by Radio 4. Keith introduces Deb to Jules.
«Dance Floor» by Staaarchild. People dance at TRIC.
«Let Me Fall» by Bethay Joy Lenz. Haley performs at TRIC.
«Stop The World» by Riddlin’ Kids. Lucas & Felix fight.
«Just A Lonely Boy» by Lazy Stars. Karen talks to Andy before closing up.
«Proof» by I Am Kloot. End scenes.
|#2.08 — Truth, Bitter Run|
«Did I Lose You There?» by Silver. Chris asks Haley to come to the studio.
«When The Stars Go Blue» by Tyler Hilton & Bethany Joy Lenz. Chris & Haley record a song; later Haley listens to the recording on her laptop.
«Time Keeps Turning» by The Vents. Keith & Jules run into Karen & Andy.
«Give It Up» by Midtown. Nathan & Lucas watch the basketball game.
«Sparkle Me» by Buffseeds. The girls have a slumber party.
«Gone To Earth» by American Analog Set. Slumber party.
«No Reason» by Sum 41. Pillow fight.
«Testing» by Nolan. Haley & Brooke eat ice cream; Anna & Peyton talk.
«Holiday» by Doktor Kosmos. Lucas & Nathan drive to Charlotte; on their way home.
«Every Ship Must Sail Away» by Blue Merle. End montage.
|#2.09 — The Trick Is To Keep Breathing|
«(I’m Gonna) Steal Your Girlfriend» by Teen Machine. Peyton & Brooke go dress shopping.
«Higher» by Vegas De Milo. Rick stops by TRIC.
«When The Stars Go Blue» by Tyler Hilton & Bethany Joy Lenz. Nathan listens to Haley’s song.
«What You Waiting For?» by Gwen Stefani. Lucas, Anna & Mouth arrive at the dance.
«Hope Springs Eternal» by John Gold. Dancing.
«Let’s Go» by The Rag City Dolls. More dancing.
«You’re A Day» by Mitchell. Nathan dances with Deb.
«The First Single» by The Format. Still more dancing.
«A Lot Like You» by Pete Droge. Peyton runs into Karen.
«All My Life» by Vegas De Milo. Nathan & Haley fight.
«Be Be Your Love» by Rachael Yamagata. Lucas turns down Anna.
«Trying» by Matthew Popieluch. Beach house scenes.
«Runaway» by Trailer Park Pam. Peyton breaks down.
«Start It Over Again» by Thornhill Broom Exp. Lucas & Brooke talk on the beach.
«Rowing Song» by Patty Griffin. End of episode.
|#2.10 — Don’t Take Me For Granted|
«When It Comes» by Tyler Hiton. Chris plays his guitar as Nathan arrives; later Haley arrives.
«Life’s Disease» by Stutterfly. Peyton tries to contact her father.
«Sideways» by Citizen Cope. Lucas confronts Dan; Anna goes to apologize to Peyton.
«Shoot Your Gun» by 22-20′s. Felix examines his car; Peyton spray paints her shirt
«Pills» by The Perishers. Anna goes to TRIC to talk to Peyton.
«23″ by Jimmy Eat World. End montage.
|#2.11 — The Heart Brings You Back|
«One Against The Sun» by D’Lovely. Nathan’s apartment.
«Sit Still» by Public. Anna stops by Peyton’s.
«Overdue» by The Get Up Kids. Anna & Peyton kiss.
«Skyline Drive» by Mae. Jake & Peyton talk.
«Return To Me» by Matthew Ryan. End montage.
|#2.12 — Between Order And Randomness|
«Glad (acoustic)» by Tyler Hilton. Taylor listens to Chris’ song on Haley’s laptop.
«South» by Mark Geary. Lucas & Anna talk.
«Finding Out True Love Is Blind» by Louis XIV. Keith invites Jules to dinner.
«Wreck Of The Day» by Anna Nalick. Nathan stop by the cafe to talk to Haley.
«Clear My Head» by Ivy. Nathan tells Haley about Taylor.
«No Right Angles» by Ben Lee. Anna talks to Lucas about taking the test; Felix helps Brooke’s protest.
«Be Mine» by Tim Cullen. Taylor & Haley talk about Chris & Nathan.
«Begin» by Ben Lee. End montage.
|#2.13 — The Hero Dies In This One|
«Want You To Come Over» by Jim McGorman. Lucas tells Karen the test results.
«Alright» by Pilate. Keith talks to Karen about him & Jules.
«Lost My Way» by Face. Karen talk to Andy about Lucas; Brooke asks Lucas’ advice about the campaign rumors.
«Broken» by Dalton Grant. Haley asks Peyton if she can meet Michelle Branch.
«When It Comes» by Tyler Hilton. Chris performs at TRIC.
«The Good Kind» by The Wreckers. Performed at TRIC.
«She Has No Time» by Keane. End scenes.
|#2.14 — Quiet Things That No One Ever Knows|
«Get Through This» by Low Five. Haley calls Lucas from the tour.
«Alive With Pleasure» by Viva Voce. School.
«Walk Into The Sun» by Dirty Vegas. End montage.
|#2.15 — Unopened Letters To The World|
«Genius» by Inara George. Brooke helps Peyton get ready for her date with Jake.
«I Predict A Riot» by Kaiser Chiefs. Felix throws a party to congratulate Brooke.
«Club Foot» by Kasabian. Nathan takes Lucas’ car and gets in trouble.
«Do You Feel Love» by People People. Jake’s time capsule message.
«Enjoy» by Teen Machine. Mouth helps Anna rerecord her message.
«Flying High» by Jem. Mouth & Anna watch Brooke’s message.
«Looking For Love» by Michelle Featherstone. Peyton & Jake make-out; Dan talks to Jules.
«Deep» by Citizen Cope. Lucas goes to Nathan’s; Felix stops by Brooke’s room.
«You’ve Changed» by Bettie Serveert. End scenes.
|#2.16 — Somewhere A Clock Is Ticking|
«Cry» by Wonderful Johnson. Karen prepares food for the wedding reception.
«Broke The Furniture» by Earlimart. Brooke & Peyton talk about Felix, Lucas & Jake.
«Sidewalks» by Story Of The Year. Everyone gets ready for the wedding.
«Chariot» by Gavin DeGraw. Nathan watches Haley & Chris on TV.
«Sleepers Awake» by Bach. s just before Karen goes to talk to Jules.
«Trumpet Concerto Opus 9, No 2, 2nd Movement» by Albinoni. The bridesmaids walk down the aisle.
«Wedding March» by Peter Lea-Cox. Everyone waits for Jules.
«Now That You’re Gone» by Ryan Adams. End montage.
|#2.17 — Something I Can Never Have|
«Sweet Little Bay» by Sorta. Lucas talks to Karen.
«Just A Little Bit More» by Madison Rose. Flashback of Nathan & Haley recording their answering machine message.
«Long Beach» by Gus Black. Karen, Andy, Peyton & Jake talk about custody of Jenny.
«Back Of The Church» by Michelle Featherstone. Peyton & Brooke talk; Brooke breaks up with Felix; Lucas tells Dan he’s not moving.
«Lie In The Sound» by Trespassers William. Flashback of Nathan carrying Haley over the threshold.
«Chariot (live)» by Gavin DeGraw. Nathan walks backstage at the Austin Club.
«What Are You Afraid Of?» by West Indian Girl. End scenes.
|#2.18 — The Lonesome Road|
«Girl Is On My Mind» by The Black Keys. Nathan arrives at The Swinging Donkey.
«I Got More Bills Than I Can Pay» by Black Toast. Nathan & Taylor do shots.
«The Devil Went Down To Georgia» by The Charlie Daniels Band. Taylor and her co-workers dance on the bar.
«New Light Of Tomorrow» by Huskey Rescue. Whitey arrives at Nathan’s to talk to Jake.
«What’s On Your Mind?» by Black Toast. Nathan & Taylor talk.
«Sugar Pill» by Ambulance LTD. Nathan & Taylor almost hook up.
«Disarmed» by The Belles. Anna comes out to her parents; Jake gets ready to leave.
«Coming Clean» by Tamara Bedricky. Nathan says goodbye to Taylor.
«Try and Understand» by Montana Shane. Anna & Lucas play H.O.R.S.E.
«Who’s To Say» by Vanessa Carlton. End montage.
|#2.19 — I’m Wide Awake, It’s Morning|
«Chemical Burns» by Every Move A Picture. Lucas, Nathan & Cooper at the speedway.
«On The 54″ by The Dandelions. Daytona takes Lucas, Nathan & Garrett for a ride.
«Son’s Gonna Rise» by Citizen Cope. The girls dance around at TRIC.
«When The Stars Go Blue (acoustic)» by Schuyler Fisk. Daytona sings at the campfire.
«Irrelevant» by Matthew Ryan. Peyton tears up her address book.
«Sucker Train Blues» by Velvet Revolver. Cooper, Lucas, Nathan & Daytona race.
«Like A Man Possessed» by The Get Up Kids. Nathan crashes.
«Sunshine and Cinnamon» by Kid Lightning. Whitey talks to Peyton about Jake & Jenny.
«Abilene» by Damien Jurado. End montage.
|#2.20 — Lifetime Piling Up|
«Hands Down» by Dashboard Confessional. Lucas nearly runs over Nathan.
«Holdin’ On» by Billy Livesay. Nathan visits ‘Deb’s Den’.
«Do You Want To Party With Me?» by Bosshouse. Nathan, Deb & Haley talk.
«Transform» by Aeon Spoke. Lucas & Peyton argue about Nathan.
«What It Is To Burn» by Finch. River court scenes.
«Rest In Pieces» by Saliva. Nathan makes the game.
«Hold You In My Arms» by Ray LaMontagne. End scenes.
|#2.21 — What Could Have Been|
«Something’s Wrong» by Walkie Talkie. Brooke & Peyton go shopping.
«I Feel Naked Without My Cellphone» by Two Hours Traffic. The gang talk about helping Nathan.
«Scar» by Missy Higgins. The gang sets up movie night.
«White Light» by Two Hours Traffic. People arrive for the movie marathon.
«Mixtape» by Butch Walker. Montage during movie night.
«Sunny Road» by Emiliana Torrini. Karen e-mails Keith; Brooke goes to TRIC.
«Lottery» by Damien Jurado. Nathan talks to Deb on the phone.
«Walking With A Ghost» by Tegan and Sara. Brooke talks to Peyton on the phone.
«Overcome» by Better Than Ezra. End montage.
|#2.22 — The Tide That Left And Never Came Back|
«Work» by Jimmy Eat World. Brooke introduces the band at TRIC.
«How Love Should Be» by Tyler Hilton. Lucas & Brooke find Tyler playing in a hotel room.
«Polaris» by Jimmy Eat World. Performed at TRIC.
«Can You Sleep?» by Courtney Jaye. Lucas & Haley say goodbye.
«All I Want» by Susie Suh. Jake leaves to find Nikki & Jenny.
«Hear You Me» by Jimmy Eat World. Performed during the end montage.
|#2.23 — The Leavers Dance|
«The Good Kind» by The Wreckers. Ellie comes looking for Peyton at TRIC.
«Petrified To Be God-Like» by Susie Suh. Peyton gets a weird instant message.
«Cracks In The Sky» by Bosshouse. Peyton meets Ellie at the cafe.
«The Good Man» by Husky Rescue. Lucas has a dream about Brooke.
«Be Yourself» by Audioslave. Montage.
«Wires» by Athlete. Lucas says goodbye to Brooke.
«Lavinia» by The Veils. End montage and cliffhanger.
|#3.01 — Like You Like An Arsonist|
«This Side Of Heaven» by Matthew Ryan. Lucas tells Peyton about Brooke’s return.
«The Rhythm Of Your Breathing» by Trembling Blue Stars. Lucas brings Brooke flowers.
«Nobody’s Darlings» by Lucero. Flashback of Lucas & Peyton talking.
«Light Years Away» by MoZella. Peyton picks up her father.
«Simple As It Should Be» by Tristan Prettyman. Brooke & Mouth talk about relationships.
«Stars and Boulevards» by Augustana. Peyton & her father talk.
«She’s Adorable» by Leif Karate. Haley asks for her job at the cafe back.
«Elsewhere» by Bethany Joy Lenz. Flashback of Haley performing at the cafe for Nathan.
«All Eternal Things» by Trembling Blue Stars. Brooke asks Haley to move in.
«Street Map» by Athlete. End montage.
|#3.02 — From The Edge Of The Deep Green Sea|
«Sunday» by Michelle Featherstone. Brooke & Lucas talk at the bonfire.
«In-N-Out» by Kingstreet. Beginning of the beach party.
«You Light Up My Life» by Debby Boone. Brooke lights the torch.
«Bela Lugosi’s Dead» by Bauhaus. Lucas & Peyton talk about Ellie.
«We Are All On Drugs» by Weezer. Brooke asks Peyton to lighten up the music.
«Sugar, We’re Going Down» by Fall Out Boy. Brooke asks Lucas to go skinny dipping.
«When The Stars Go Blue» by Tyler Hilton & Bethany Joy Lenz. Haley & Peyton talk about Nathan.
«Move Along» by The All-American Rejects. End scenes.
|#3.03 — First Day On A Brand New Planet|
«Illuminate» by Radius. Karen & Larry talk about Ellie & Peyton.
«Bought and Sold» by Christopher Jak. Nathan talks to Karen about Haley.
«Moonlight On Snow» by Trembling Blue Stars. Brooke gives Haley a speech.
«This Is For Keeps» by The Spill Canvas. Nathan tells Haley he has looked into a divorce; Brooke offers Lucas a night with her.
«Always Love» by Nada Surf. End montage.
|#3.04 — An Attempt To Tip The Scales|
«If I Handle You With Care» by Trembling Blue Stars. Larry finds Peyton making angel wings.
«Trondheim» by Tom Freund. Haley sees Lucas taking money from the cafe register; Larry confronts Ellie.
«More Of The Shame» by Buddy. Peyton’s ‘Angel Of Death’ costume.
«Bombs Away» by Paris Texas. Haley & Brooke arrive at TRIC.
«Girls, Girls, Girls» by Motley Crue. Lucas arrives at TRIC.
«She’s A Sexy Thing» by Andromeda. Karen asks Haley if she took the money.
«I Wanna Move You» by Erica C. Nathan & Haley talk.
«Disco Inferno» by The Trammps. Peyton & Mouth do a dance routine.
«Dance, Dance» by Fall Out Boy. Performed at TRIC.
«In Your Head» by Rob Grad. Chris meets with Nathan.
«Empty Room» by Marjorie Fair. End scenes.
|#3.05 — A Multitude Of Casualties|
«All Over» by The Obscurities. Lucas & Nathan start a fight; repeated later.
«Play» by David Banner. Rachel tries out for the cheerleading squad.
«Silver Sparkler» by The Jim Yoshii Pile-Up. Haley talks to Chris; the team practices.
«There She Goes» by Radius. Brooke sees Rachel flirting with Lucas.
«Sleeping Song» by Sebastian Schuller. Brooke tries to convince Haley to join the squad.
«Body 21″ by Morningwood. The girls get ready for the game; Haley arrives.
«Rock and Roll Part Two» by Gary Glitter. Dan introduces the Midnight Madness.
«Vila Rada» by Nikola Sarcevic. End montage.
|#3.06 — Locked Hearts and Hand Grenades|
«Coming Back To You» by Black Toast. Karen shows Deb the new mayoral signs.
«Shadowland» by Youth Group. The squad watches the boys practice.
«Please, Please, Please» by Shout Out Louds. The girls scout out the boys.
«Vaguely Happy People» by Tommy Fields. Haley wants Lucas to reveal his heart condition to Whitey.
«On Lavendar Hill» by The Real Tuesday Weld. Chris & Haley talk.
«Premonition» by Careen. Dan bothers Karen.
«Sweet Troubled Soul» by Stellarstarr. Lucas sits out of the team practice.
«Boyfriend» by Ashlee Simpson. Cheerleaders arrive at Brooke & Haley’s apartment.
«This Is The Place» by Jim Kremens. Lucas & Karen have dinner.
«All The Time» by Kid Gloves. The squad drafts boys.
«Rewind» by Stereophonics. End scenes.
|#3.07 — Champagne For My Real Friends, Real Pain For My Sham Friends|
«Let It Fall» by Bosshouse. Karen & Deb go to ruin Dan’s billboard.
«Good As Gold» by Bleach. Peyton, Mouth & Mal go-kart; Skills & Bevin on their date.
«Your Ghost» by The New Amersterdams. Lucas & Rachel have their date.
«Tender» by Feeder. End montage.
|#3.08 — The Worst Day Since Yesterday|
«Motorcycle Dreamer» by Lamar. Brooke talks to her boss about her designs.
«Cracks In The Sky» by Bosshouse. Chris & Dan make a deal; Nathan & Lucas argue.
«Over» by Jimmy Eat World. Peyton gives Haley a ride; the team gets ready.
«Feels Just Like It Should» by Jamiroquai. The cheerleaders’ routine.
«Sirius» by The Alan Parsons Project. The team takes the court.
«Star-Spangled Banner» by Tyler Hilton. Chris performs the anthem.
«The Mixed Tape» by Jack’s Mannequin. The game.
«Song Beneath The Song» by Maria Taylor. End scenes.
|#3.09 — How A Resurrection Really Feels|
«Funk Lefty» by Mike Datz. Chris & Nathan play poker.
«Keohen’s Theme» by Luther Russell. More poker playing.
«It Dawned On Me» by Calla. Brooke makes clothes; still more poker.
«Lights & Sounds» by Yellowcard. Nathan & Chris jump off the yacht.
«The Fallen» by Franz Ferdinand. Brooke has a fashion show.
«Slumberland» by James William Hindle. Brooke & Haley talk; Chris leaves.
«Say Anything» by Dios Marlos. Peyton’s inner-self.
«Disintegration» by Jimmy Eat World. Lucas confronts Deb about the fire.
«Halo» by Bethany Joy Lenz. Nathan listens to Haley’s new song.
«For Blue Skies» by Strays Don’t Sleep. End montage.
|#3.10 — Brave New World|
«Song For A Sleeping Girl» by Devics. Opening montage.
«The Death Of Us» by The New Amsterdams. Peyton asks Lucas to with her to see Ellie.
«Simple» by Katy Perry. Lucas calls Brooke.
«Lost In Hollywood» by Fighter Pilot. Everyone makes dresses.
«Easier To Lie» by Aqualung. Peyton visits Ellie.
«State Of Affairs» by The Living Blue. Faith & Lucas play basketball.
«Since You’ve Been Around» by Rosie Thomas. Nathan & Deb talk; Peyton & Lucas drive home.
«Halo» by Bethany Joy Lenz. End scenes.
|#3.11 — Return Of The Future|
«Low C» by Supergrass. Keith surprises Karen.
«Concrete Bed» by Nada Surf. Peyton & Ellie at the Nada Surf concert.
«You Wanted It» by MoZella. Brooke & Lucas in her room.
«Free» by Kate Earl. Brooke & Lucas talk about their relationship.
«Always Love» by Nada Surf. Peyton gets a call from Nada Surf’s manager.
«Moksa» by Twinstar. Keith & Karen talk about the fire.
«The Blues» by Switchfoot. End montage.
|#3.12 — I’ve Got Dreams To Remember|
«Bounce» by Molly M. Brooke finds Mouth helping with a cheerleading routine.
«Adele» by White Mud Freeway. Brooke talks to Lucas about her problems.
«Tell Me A Story» by Sorta. Peyton & Ellie discuss music, art & cheerleading.
«Steven McQueen Was A Great Papillion» by Leif Karate. First half of the game.
«Faith Hope Love» by Starsailor. Fourth quarter of the game.
«Life After Love» by Colored Shadows. End scenes.
|#3.13 — The Wind That Blew My Heart Away|
«Lions In The Storm» by Elysian Fields. Rachel & Mouth talk; Brooke & Lucas look for a light.
«Hope» by The Submarines. Brooke & Lucas argue in the rain; Peyton & Ellie talk.
«Where Gravity Is Dead» by Laura Veirs. Nathan & Haley talk; Keith & Karen talk; Dan searches Keith’s apartment.
«Missing You» by Tyler Hilton. Nathan & Haley talk by the fire; Keith & Karen kiss.
«Think Of You» by Reeve Carney. Mouth reject Rachel; Dan investigates Keith.
«Lock-Sport-Krock» by Nikola Sarcevic. Peyton & Ellie say goodbye.
«Here Comes A Regular» by The Replacements. Ellie passes away.
«World Spins Madly On» by The Weepies. End montage.
|#3.14 — All Tomorrow’s Parties|
«Torn Between 2 Lovers» by Mary Macgregor. Brooke finds a song on the radio.
«Nth Degree» by Morningwood. The girls reach NYC.
«Si O No» by Wild Whirled. Brooke decides to check out Rogue Vogue.
«Armani» by Joel Wachbrit. Brooke & Solaris go to a club.
«Hard To Beat» by Hard-Fi. Rachel & Peyton hang out.
«Deep Pocket» by Sharron March. Bevin teaches Skills to swim.
«Tear You Apart» by She Wants Revenge. Brooke runs out of the club.
«Let’s Be Friends» by Deathray. Rachel & Peyton talk and drink.
«Chali Arr Arr Tu Chali Arr» by Anand Bakshi & S.D. Burman. Daoud, the cab driver, tells Brooke about the song.
«Go On My Child» by Michelle Featherstone. Brooke talks with Daoud; Nathan & Haley share a bath.
«Love You More» by James William Hindle. Lucas joins Peyton outside.
«Huddle Formation» by The Go! Team. The cheerleaders perform.
|#3.15 — Just Watch The Fireworks|
«Nobody Move, Nobody Get Hurt» by We Are Scientists. Brooke & Peyton discover that Karen & Keith are engaged.
«The Mixed Tape» by Jack’s Mannequin. Performed at TRIC.
«Holiday From Real» by Jack’s Mannequin. Heard backstage during the fight.
«Dark Blue» by Jack’s Mannequin. Also performed at TRIC; repeated at the end.
«A Little Less Sixteen Candles, A Little More Touch Me» by Fall Out Boy. Performed at TRIC.
«Finale» by Les Miserables. Haley humming.
«Halo» by Bethany Joy Lenz. Haley performs at TRIC.
«I’ll Catch You» by The Get Up Kids. Mouth & Rachel talk; Nathan & Haley in the dressing room.
|#3.16 — With Tired Eyes, Tired Minds, Tired Souls, We Slept|
|#3.17 — Who Will Survive And What Will Be Left Of Them?|
«Break Your Momma’s Back» by Slow Runner. Lucas gets a text message to meet.
«Revenge» by The Waking Hours. Lucas & Rachel meet Brooke at the party.
«Can’t Cry Hard Enough» by Tom Freund. Skills & Lucas discuss Jimmy & heaven.
«Light On My Shoulder» by Susie Suh. Montage.
«How To Save A Life» by The Fray. Peyton’s dad announces a visitor; Whitey cleans up the school.
«Daughters Of The Soho Riots» by The National. Nathan & Haley talk; Lucas & Brooke talk.
«If We Cannot See» by Devics. End scenes.
|#3.18 — When It Isn’t Like It Should Be|
«Murderous Youth» by The Living Blue. Nathan & Lucas race ATVs.
«Not What I Wanted» by Evan Olson. Nathan asks Haley about her mittens.
«Reanimation» by Blackalicious. The group dances.
«Perfect Now» by Sarah Blasko. Lucas & Brooke talk about Keith; Mouth & Peyton talk.
«Time» by Monsters Are Waiting. Peyton & Pete chat.
«The Fallen» by Franz Ferdinand. Brooke tries to steal Haley’s wedding ring.
«Get It Together» by The Side Effects ft. TJ Zindle. Everyone plays ‘I Never’.
«Washed Out» by The Eames Era. Brooke succeeds in stealing Haley’s ring.
«Rose» by Stephen Fretwell. Mouth & Rachel talk in the Jacuzzi.
«I’ve Got A Dark Alley And A Bad Idea That Says You Should Shut Your Mouth (Summer Song)» by Fall Out Boy. The gang leaves.
|#3.19 — I Slept With Someone From Fall Out Boy And All I Got Was This Stupid Song Written About Me|
«Temporary» by Rogue Wave. Nathan & Haley talk in bed.
«Stupid» by Spencer Tracy. Fall Out Boy’s manager calls Peyton.
«Begin» by The Times. Mouth & Rachel take down posters.
«Don’t Go Home» by Buddy. Larry talks to Peyton.
«Miracle Of Mind» by Joey DeGraw. Lucas talks to Deb.
«He Lays In The Reins» by Iron and Wine. Lucas leaves the gym.
«We Belong Together» by Gavin DeGraw. End montage.
|#3.20 — Everyday Is A Sunday Evening|
«New York Minute» by Mobile. Mouth & Brooke confront Rachel.
«Our Own Time» by Joey DeGraw. Peyton & Jake talk.
«Someday» by Bryan Greenberg. Jake performs with his band.
«Close Your Eyes» by Turn. Peyton & Jake hook up.
«Jealous Guy» by Gavin DeGraw. Cooper joins Brooke & Mouth.
«Arsenic» by The Loved Ones. Basketball game.
«Flight Of The Hobo» by Rocket From The Crypt. More game play.
«Unsatisfied» by Nine Black Alps. Still more game play.
«Look After You» by The Fray. End scenes.
|#3.21 — Over The Hill And Far Away|
«We All Lose One Another» by Jason Collett. Rachel tries to call Cooper; Brooke & Haley discuss the wedding dress.
«Middle Of Nowhere» by Hot Hot Heat. Reenactment of Nathan & Haley’s relationship begins.
«Be Gentle With Me» by The Boy Least Likely To. The play continued.
«Your Ghost» by The New Amsterdams. Intermission; Haley & Brooke talk.
«Coffee & Cigarettes» by Michelle Featherstone. End montage.
|#3.22 — The Show Must Go On|
«Chasing Cars» by Snow Patrol. Nathan & Lucas check on Haley.
«We Are Man And Wife» by Michelle Featherstone. Performed at the ceremony.
«On Again» by Spacebar. Everyone arrives at the reception.
«More Than Anyone» by Gavin DeGraw. Nathan & Haley dance.
«Boston» by Augustana. Lucas dances with Brooke.
«Babe I’m Gonna Leave You» by Led Zepplin. End scenes & cliffhanger.
|#4.01 — The Same Deep Water As You|
«Wrong Choice» by The Lovely Feathers. Peyton burns pictures; the cops arrive at Dan’s.
«Don’t Wait» by Dashboard Confessional. Montage.
«Everything’ll Be Alright (Will’s Lullaby)» by Joshua Radin. Lucas & Karen discuss her pregnancy.
«Within You» by Ray LaMontagne. Lucas & Brooke break up.
«A Message» by Coldplay. End montage.
|#4.02 — Things I Forgot At Birth|
«No Turning Back» by Tom Freund. Nathan visits Cooper.
«The Way You Do» by Five Times August. Rachel catches Brooke pretending to be pregnant.
«Your Ex-Lover Is Dead» by Stars. Deb accidentally discharges a gun at the cafe.
«Westgate» by Buddy. Peyton records a podcast about her brother.
«Born On The Cusp» by The American Analog Set. Peyton & Lucas talk outside the mall.
«Le Disko» by Shiny Toy Guns. Brooke & Rachel talk at the bar.
«The Man Who Told Everything» by The Doves. End scenes.
|#4.03 — Good News For People Who Love Bad News|
«Play Hurt» by The American Analog Set. Lucas & Skills talk basketball; Dan makes a ‘deal’ with Keith.
«Point of View» by Little Humans. Lucas confronts Brooke; Karen tells Dan about Deb’s behavior; Peyton invites Derek to the party.
«Post Blue» by Placebo. Nathan receives an award; the game starts.
«Keep It Comin’» by Black Toast. Skills gets in the game.
«The Queen and I» by Gym Class Heroes. Post-game party.
«Goodnight» by La Rocca. Second party song.
«Walk The Moon» by Belasco. Third party song.
«Calendar Girl» by Stars. Derek & Peyton talk about art.
«Won’t Back Down» by Mat Kearney. End montage.
|#4.04 — Can’t Stop This Thing We’ve Started|
«Back Together» by Citizen Cope. Brooke is ambushed by the ‘Clean Teen’ leader.
«Post Blue» by Placebo. Rachel goes to the Maxim shoot; Nathan gets into a motorcycle accident.
«Allison» by Jeremy Kushnier. Peyton gets ready for TRIC.
«Everybody In Da House» by Selectracks. Rachel & Nathan talk about he crash at TRIC.
«Downtime» by Dr. Caligari. Deb fires Karen.
«Kick, Push» by Lupe Fiasco. Performed at TRIC.
«I Gotcha» by Lupe Fiasco. Performed at TRIC; Brooke realizes Shelley’s secret.
«Crash & Burn» by Utah. Rachel & Nathan leave on his motorcycle.
«I Am The Highway» by Audioslave. Dan talks to Karen; end scenes.
|#4.05 — I Love You, But I’ve Chosen Darkness|
«Imposter (aka Something’s Broken)» by The Burning Effigies. Rachel signs Brooke up for online dating; ‘Lucas’ IMs Peyton.
«Prayers For Rain» by The Cure. Nathan tells his mom about the scholarship.
«Lights Go Red» by Chicks With Hits. Rachel sets Brooke up with Nick.
«You Made It» by DJ Shadow ft. Chris James. Peyton complains to Lucas about her bad luck in trusting Derek.
«City Of Devils» by Yellowcard. End montage.
|#4.06 — Where Did You Sleep Last Night|
«It’s You» by Annie Stela. Brooke tells Rachel that it’s over with Nick.
«Do It Alone» by Sugarcult. Basketball games.
«Junk» by Brainpool. Nick helps Brooke with her sewing project.
«Prelude 12/21″ by AFI. Peyton & Derek box.
«12″ by Alexi Murdoch. End montage.
|#4.07 — All These Things That I’ve Done|
«Na Na Na» by Tiffany. Rachel tells Brooke that she made the cover of Maxim.
«Take It Off Baby» by Salme Dahlstrom. TART Fashion Show.
«Sexy Baby» by Moses McClean. TART Fashion show.
«Bangin’ On Doors» by El Gato. Peyton tells Derek to leave her alone.
«Out Of Line» by The Bravery. Haley’s babysitting gets out of control.
«Detail 2003″ by Voicst. Nick confronts Brooke about the accusations.
«Shotgun» by The Outline. The basketball game starts.
«Rusted Wheel» by Silversun Pickups. Haley tries to control the kids at the game.
«The Funeral» by Band of Horses. Nathan plays with the kids; end montage.
|#4.08 — Nothing Left To Say But Goodbye|
«Oh Lately It’s So Quiet» by OK Go. Brooke & Rachel talk about Lucas; Peyton & Lucas discuss Derek.
«Open Window» by Envelope. Nathan visits Haley at the cafe.
«Nin-Com-Pop» by Lali Puna. Derek tells Peyton to talk to Lucas; Lucas confronts Nathan; Brooke confronts Peyton.
«Goodbye» by Smith Point. Dan asks Karen to accompany him to the awards banquet.
«Try To See It My Way» by The Burning Effigies. Brooke & Rachel set up for the banquet.
«Lay Me Down» by The Wreckers. Lucas, Haley & Karen talk about Brooke, Rachel & second chances.
«I Remember Everything» by Voyager One. Peyton introduces Derek to the table; awards.
«Burn Me» by Bosshouse. Dan confronts Daunte & Bear at the strip club.
«11/22″ by Buddy. Nathan & Haley talk about Rachel & mistakes; Derek tells Peyton he’s leaving.
«Center Of Attention» by Jackson Waters. Derek & Peyton part; Brooke & Lucas agree to just be friends; end montage.
|#4.09 — Some You Give Away|
«Summer» by Belasco. Rachel suggests role-playing; montage of everyone driving to / arriving at the game.
«Revelations» by Audioslave. The basketball state finals start.
«Wolf Like Me» by TV On The Radio. Second half of the game.
«Heartbeats» by Jose Gonzalez. The Ravens celebrate their win.
«Ice Age» by Pete Yorn. Dan talks to Daunte; Coach Whitey enjoys his win; the gang hangs out at Karen’s Cafe.
«Lessons Learned» by Ray LaMontagne. Daunte runs down Haley; accident aftermath montage.
|#4.10 — Songs To Love And Die By|
«Hall Of Fame» by The Meeting Places. Nathan destroys Haley’s album; Lucas & Keith discuss Nathan & Haley’s alternate future.
«Non-Believer» by La Rocca. Peyton browses the record store and talk to Max; montage; repeated at the end as Lucas is resuscitated, a doctor finds the baby’s heartbeat, Lucas’ voice over & montage.
«Forever And Ever Amen» by 8MM. Nathan tells Dan he loves him & pleads with Haley to ‘come back’; Lucas & Keith visit the garage; Peyton plays music for Lucas.
|#4.11 — Everything In It’s Right Place|
«Dream» by Priscilla Ahn. Deb denies her addiction in rehab.
«Chenoa» by Chris Mills. Deb takes her pills.
«Hard To Love You» by The Wreckers. Lucas & Haley talk about Nathan; Mouth & Gigi talk about their relationship.
«Different Sound» by Teddybears. Rachel & Brooke break into the tutoring center; Deb tries to break out of rehab.
«Grey Room» by Damien Rice. Peyton & Lucas confess their feelings.
«Wait For Love» by Matt White. Lucas visits Keith’s grave; montage & Lucas’ voice over.
|#4.12 — Resolve|
«Sing, Theresa Says» by Greg Laswell. Deb interrupts Dan helping Karen; Brooke is thrilled with her math test grade; Peyton & Lucas discuss music & food.
«Passion For Pageants» by Patsy Butterfield. The Clean Teens are shown a video of Rachel at a frat party.
«I Lost My Heart» by Naut. Karen & Lucas talk about relationships & Keith.
«Sunset Knife Fight» by Logh. Lucas tells Peyton he just wants to be happy; Dan & Karen visit Keith’s grave; Dan tells Deb he never loved her.
«Indian Summer» by Sharron March. Nathan shows Mouth and Skills his ‘moves’.
«3 AM» by Orbiter. Brooke & Chase share dinner.
«Dancing The Night Away» by APM Music. Chase & Brooke dance on the sidewalk & share ice cream.
«Supa Fab Funky (aka «Little Helper»)» by Salme Dahlstrom. Nathan, Skills & Mouth check out their stripping competition.
«It’s Tricky» by Run DMC. Nathan, Mouth & Skills strip.
«Lucky You» by The National. Nathan gives Haley a prom dress; end montage.
|#4.13 — Pictures Of You|
«What Can I Do?» by The Rosebuds. The students do famous impressions.
«Masochist» by Ingrid Michaelson. The students share their fears.
«Chloe Dancer / Crown Of Thorns» by Mother Love Bone. Ten year plans.
«Tuesday’s Gone» by Lynyrd Skynyrd. Secrets.
«Don’t Wait (acoustic)» by Dashboard Confessional. Glenda & Lucas talk; Mouth & Shelly kiss.
«Baba O’Riley» by The Who. End montage.
|#4.14 — Sad Songs For Dirty Lovers|
«About Today» by The National. Haley asks Brooke about the stolen test; Deb’s nurse tells her she can have visitors.
«Overboard» by Ingrid Michaelson. Haley talks to Nathan about her tutoring job.
«Into The Light» by The Chemistry Set. Brooke asks Peyton if she will sign over her fashion sketches.
«Do You Want To Party With Me?» by Bosshouse. The senior’s party begins.
«About You» by Loops. Haley asks Brooke & Chase is they’ve seen Rachel.
«Well Here We Go Again» by Bosshouse. Haley confronts Rachel about he test.
«From The Last, Last Call» by The Ataris. Rachel tells Brooke she switched their quizzes.
«Close Your Eyes» by Young Love. Brooke & Chase talk; Skills puts in an old video of Nathan; Shelly tells Mouth goodbye.
«Crash Sounds» by Blackpool Lights. Dan asks Karen to chaperon the prom with him; Lucas & Peyton hook up.
«Great Companion» by Landon Pigg. Nathan & Brooke play in the sprinklers; end montage.
|#4.15 — Prom Night At Hater High|
«Phantom Limb» by The Shins. Lucas tries to talk to Peyton; Nathan visits Brooke; Mouth leaves Shelley a message; Haley & Peyton confront Brooke.
«About Today» by Silversun Pickups. Brooke & Mouth talk; Lucas finds out Karen agreed to chaperon with Dan; Nathan asks Dan’s advice.
«Blindsides» by Buddy. Haley tells Lucas to be nicer to Peyton; Mouth visits Rachel.
«These Arms» by Matt Costa. Nathan gives Haley the list; Brooke & Rachel say goodbye.
«Sometimes (She’s So Far In)» by Howie Beck. Brooke’s prom dress is left at her doorstep, she also finds herself a prom date.
«Life Is Beautiful» by Vega 4. Nathan & Haley make up; montage of everyone preparing for & arriving at the prom.
|#4.16 — You Call It Madness, But I Call It Love|
«Forever Young» by Alphaville. Lucas & Brooke talk about Peyton; Derek takes ‘prom’ photos with Peyton; Deb drives Nathan & Haley to prom.
«Super Sexy Free» by Bosshouse. Lucas tells Brooke that Peyton is not coming to prom.
«Let It Out» by Within Reason. Lucas calls Peyton; Mouth leaves with Rachel.
«Peyton’s Podcast Mix.» Derek makes Peyton dance with him.
«Favorite Sin» by Within Reason. Performed at prom while Lucas & Brenda people watch; Brooke enters Peyton’s house.
«Please Resolve This» by Altarmotive. Mouth & Rachel discuss Shelley; Brenda & Lucas talk about his book.
«Hard Feelings» by Bob Kulick & Graham Bonnet. Derek turns up the music as Brooke & Peyton scream for help.
«On A Natural High» by Sissy Prozac. Nathan & Haley drive a drunk classmate home.
«Nux Vomica» by The Veils. Derek unties Peyton so she can kill Brooke; Peyton stabs Derek.
«No Stars» by Maria Taylor. Mouth & Rachel dance in the airport; Karen & Dan dance and talk; Nathan gives Haley a surprise.
«Daisychains» by Youth Group. Nathan & Haley dance; Mouth decides to leave with Rachel; Lucas remembers a witness on the day of the shooting; Brooke is crowned prom queen.
|#4.17 — It Gets The Worst At Night|
«Sometimes I Feel» by Fuse. While driving to Texas, the gang share yearbook memories.
«Oldest Story In The World» by The Plimsouls. Mouth meets his cell mates; musical drivers; the car breaks down.
«She Back» by Bosshouse. Chris Keller offers the gang a ride.
«Midnight Rider» by The Allman Brothers. The bus arrives in Honey Grove, Texas.
«This Boy» by James Morrison. Mouth says goodbye to his cell mates; Karen offers Dan breakfast; the gang decides to crash the local prom.
«She Wakes When She Dreams» by Lucero. Mouth tells Chris about Shelley & Rachel; preparation for the prom.
«Lifesize» by A Fine Frenzy. Skillz & Lucas talk about the school shooting.
«Penetrate Your Soul» by Selectracks. The gang crash the Honey Grove High School prom.
«Good Vibrations» by Gym Class Heroes. The gang dance & talk to the locals.
«Stolen» by Dashboard Confessional. Brooke confesses to Haley about stealing the math test; Dan says goodnight to Karen.
«You’ll Ask For Me» by Tyler Hilton. Peyton & Brooke talk; Brook apologizes to Haley; the gang packs up to leave.
|#4.18 — The Runaway Found|
«Philosophia» by The Guggenheim Grotto. Peyton tells Brooke she visited Derek/Ian in jail.
«In My Dreams» by Scanners. Brooke & Peyton research Ian’s life; Dan prepares to take action.
«Soon Enough» by The Constantines. Brooke ‘gives’ Peyton her room back; Lucas discovers Abby & her mom have left town; Lucas sees Karen & Dan kissing.
|#4.19 — Ashes Of Dreams You Let Die|
«Disasters Are Okay» by Letting Up Despite Great Faults. Whitey packs up his office; Peyton tells Brooke about the internship offer.
«The Way I Am» by Ingrid Michaelson. Chase & Brooke sign each other’s yearbook; Gigi gives Jimmy’s yearbook to Mouth.
«Be By Your Side» by The Storys. Nathan makes phone calls while Haley lends her support.
«Burgundy Shoes» by Patty Griffin. Mouth talks to his classmates about signing Jimmy’s yearbook; Nathan asks Principal Turner to reconsider Haley for valedictorian.
«Something To Believe In» by Aqualung. Haley works on her speech; Mouth delivers the yearbook to Jimmy’s mother; Karen collapses as Lucas threatens Dan.
|#4.20 — The Birth And Death Of The Day|
«Isn’t That Right» by Satchel. Haley & Nathan discuss the future; Lucas tells Deb that Dan murdered Keith.
«Tell Me What It Takes» by Lucero. Nathan asks Skillz about a factory job; Dan tries to tell Lucas he is mistaken about Keith’s death.
«Last Request» by Paolo Nutini. Brooke admits to cheating; Lucas & Peyton talk about their summer plans.
«Taking Back What’s Mine» by New Moscow. Haley & Whitey talk about Nathan & sacrifices; Nathan & Charles talk about basketball & the future.
«Under The Folding Branches» by The Veils. Haley reads her speech to Nathan; Karen’s baby is delivered by C-section.
«Wrecking» by Laura Veirs. Bevin & Skillz join up with their parents; the gang talk Lucas into attending graduation; Nathan confronts Dan about Keith.
«Times Like These (live)» by Foo Fighters. The graduation ceremony.
|#4.21 — All Of A Sudden I Miss Everyone|
«They’ll Never Know» by Ross Copperman. Karen dreams of Keith & their daughter; Brooke reads Haley’s speech; Haley gives birth to James Lucas Scott.
«Rapper’s Delight» by Sugarhill Gang. Two weeks later, Nathan & Haley discuss their son’s sleeping habits.
«Start A War» by The National. Karen takes Lily to visit Keith’s grave.
«Henrietta» by The Fratellis. The gang arrive at Rachel’s party.
«Three Seed» by Silversun Pickups. Mouth runs into Shelley; Haley phones Deb; Nathan & Lucas compare baby pictures; Haley asks Brooke to be James’ godmother.
«Wannabe» by Spice Girls. Peyton, Brooke & Bevin start dancing; Skillz & Lucas talk about basketball.
«Say It Ain’t So» by MoZella. Karen visits Dan in jail.
«Walking Away» by Leopold. Mouth punches Shelley’s ex; Lucas shows Brooke his novel.
«Home Sweet Home» by Motley Crue. Nathan & Haley rush home; Mouth & Shelley say goodbye; Mouth kisses Brooke.
«God Is A Bullet» by Cristian Amigo. Couples montage.
«Closer» by Travis. Haley asks Lucas to be James’ godfather.
«Two» by Ryan Adams. Brooke gives Rachel her diploma; Lucas & Nathan decide to never visit Dan; Lucas reveals he will be Whitey’s assistant coach.
«Within You» by Ray LaMontagne. Countdown to midnight; Dan attempts suicide; the gang play basketball & paint their names on the riverside court.
|#5.01 — Four Years, Six Months, and Two Daysd|
«Light Up The Sky» by Yellowcard. Brooke runs her company; Peyton talks with her boss.
«American Beauty» by Salme Dahlstrom. Music meeting.
«I’ll Be» by Low Vs Diamond. Peyton plays a demo for John & his staff.
«You’ve Got What It Takes» by Selectracks. Flashback of Nate being drafted.
«Steal Me» by Jupiter Sunrise. Lucas suffers from writer’s block & talks to his editor.
«Hollywood» by Wild Whirled Music. Brooke & Nick walk the red carpet.
«Irvine» by Kelly Clarkson. Brooke fires her model friend.
«What U Gonna Do» by Lil Coe. Peyton & John discuss the music business.
«Slow Show» by The National. Montage of Peyton walking, Brooke being interviewed & Lucas trying to write.
«Come Undone (acoustic)» by Jackson Waters. Montage of the gang; Peyton calls a friend.
«Green Gloves» by The National. Brooke leaves town; flashback of Nate getting injured.
«Fake Empire» by The National. Haley & Jamie talk about Nate; Peyton meets up with Lucas.
«The Freshman (acoustic)» by The Verve Pipe. Nate gets out of his wheelchair to embrace his son; Peyton & Brooke discuss happiness; Peyton meets Brooke at the airport.
|#5.02 — Racing Like A Pro|
«Forgive Me» by Group 1 Crew. Flashback of Lucas inviting Peyton to his book signing.
«Lawman» by Belasco. Peyton & Brooke visit Nate & Haley; Skills, Lucas & Jamie work on the boxcar.
«Thank You» by The Little Heroes. Skills finds Brooke & Mouth in bed.
«Neverlost» by Smashing Pumpkins. Brooke & Jamie discuss the soapbox car; school scenes; Peyton tells Nate to stop feeling sorry for himself.
«Bringa» by Channel Two ft Apl. Haley, Peyton & Brooke go to TRIC.
«DJ Make It Boom Loud» by Timna Perez. Brooke gets everyone dancing.
«Will Scarlet» by Magic Bullets. At the club, Lindsey introduces herself to Peyton.
«Gotta Be Somebody’s Blues» by Jimmy Eat World. Brooke & Peyton talk about their lives; Lucas asks Peyton why she didn’t come to his book signing.
«Think It Might Be» by Geoff Martyn. The gang gather at the soapbox derby.
«Will You Be There» by Richard Harris. Lucas offers Peyton an office space for her label.
«Back When You Were Good» by The Hours. Haley lectures her class; Nate fights back; montage.
|#5.03 — My Way Home Is Through You|
«Butterflies» by Belasco. Haley & Lucas discuss Quentin & Nate; Mouth confronts his boss about his audition tape; Nate visits Dan.
«Advice For Young Mothers to Be» by The Veils. Skills & Mouth talk about Mouth’s boss; Haley & Lindsay have lunch.
«All We Are» by Matt Nathanson. Lindsey stops by Peyton’s new office; Lucas & Skills lament their team’s lack of skill; Carrie shows Nate Jamie’s basketball shrine.
«Dry Ice & Strobe Lights» by Pilot To Gunner. Peyton & Haley watch a local band’s soundcheck at TRIC.
«One Night On Earth» by The Veils. Lucas & Skills watch their team make their free throws; Carrie questions Nate; Peyton gives her pitch to the band; Mouth & his boss kiss again.
«You Fill My Heart» by Jason Walker. Haley comes home to a new beginning with her family.
«Bloody Nose» by Earlimart. Brooke shows Peyton their new house; Dan gets a letter from Nate; Jamie & Nate shoot hoops; Jason tells Peyton his band will give her a chance; Lindsey asks Lucas about their relationship; Brooke’s mom shows up.
|#5.04 — It’s Alright Ma (I’m Only Bleeding)|
«Silver Lining» by Rilo Kiley. Skills teases Mouth about his boss.
«Just To Be There» by Chase Emery. Lindsey reconsiders leaving for New York.
«Mahabharata» by Radio America. Peyton tries to advise Jason’s band.
«One Kiss Don’t Make A Summer» by Lucky Soul. Victoria offers to help Brooke.
«Central Park» by Goodmornings. The gang help Brooke with her store.
«Kindly Unspoken» by Kate Voegele. Haley hears Mia singing; repeats as Haley helps Mia with her song & during the end montage.
«Something’s Got Me Started» by Swingfly. Basketball practice.
«The Take Over, The Breaks Over» by Fall Out Boy. Brooke’s store opening.
«Emotional Champ» by New Buffalo. Mouth leaves the store opening; Peyton confronts Lucas over his comment.
|#5.05 — I Forgot To Remember To Forget|
«Brahms’ Lullaby» by Brahms. Flashback of Haley singing to baby Jamie.
«Charlotte» by Air Traffic. Flashback of the Championship game.
«Weapon Of Choice» by Black Rebel Motorcycle Club. Flashback of the Cobras winning the Championship game.
«Heartbeats» by Jose Gonzalez. Flashback of Lucas playing a song sent by Petyton; Whitey giving Nate advice and Lucas & Whitey discussing life & basketball.
«You Gotta Know Me» by Sofia J. Flashback of Peyton showing up late to dinner with Lucas.
«Loving You» by Joey Ryan. Flashback of Peyton being called back to work & Lucas waiting for her to arrive at the hotel.
«Where I Stood» by Missy Higgins. Flashback of Peyton turning down Lucas’ proposal.
«When You’ve Had Enough» by Wild Whirled Music. Flashback of Lucas & Lindsey meeting to discuss the book.
«October» by Leopold. Flashback of Lucas & Brooke discussing Peyton & the proposal and then pretending to be engaged.
«Cocaine Stain» by Broken Social Scene ft. Kevin Drew. Flashback of Brooke agreeing to Victoria’s explansion plans; Haley & Nate playing with Jamie; Lucas giving Lindsey a ‘lucky’ bamboo; montage.
|#5.06 — Don’t Dream It’s Over|
«No Good (acoustic)» by Kate Voegele. Mia plays a song at Victoria’s behest.
«Happy Alone» by Earlimart. Peyton complains to Brooke about Victoria’s interference; Mouth tries to talk to Alice about her staff; Nate, Jamie & Carrie frolic in the pool.
«Side Of The Road» by Matt Shwachman. Victoria & Brooke argue over the company & Peyton’s label.
«Are You Gonna Be My Girl» by Jet. Skills & Jamie play Rock Band.
«Looking For Love» by Michelle Featherstone. Lucas confronts Peyton over her comments about Lindsey.
«Secret Labyrinth» by Mike Wolpe. Lucas & Lindsey have dinner with Nate, Haley & Carrie.
«Bukowski Bar» by Oliver Future. Peyton, Brooke & Millicent go for drinks.
«Get Your Hands Up» by Ku. TRIC’s bartender asks for Brooke’s ‘autograph’; Peyton asks Mia about her music.
«Better Than Love» by Griffin House. Mia tells Peyton why she writes music; Brooke asks Victoria for her trust.
«No One’s Gonna Love You» by Band Of Horses. Mouth talks to Alice before heading home; Brooke reschedules the meeting with Macy’s; Nate sees Carrie skinny dipping.
|#5.07 — In Da Club|
«Sun and Shadow» by Wideawake. Nate & Haley make plans for later; Peyton asks Mia to open for The Honorary Title.
«Would You Still Be Mine» by Alex Winston. Carrie flirts with Nate; Peyton tries to pay Lucas rent; Lucas asks Lindsey to talk to Peyton.
«Drama Queen» by Switches. Brooke reintroduces Mouth to Millicent; Haley & Lindsey chat; Lucas & Nate discuss women.
«Hey Mrs (Glamour Puss Mix)» by I Monster. Mouth & Millicent exchange bad date stories; Peyton informs Brook of Victoria’s arrival.
«Read My Lips» by Center Court Party. Brooke confronts Victoria; Haley & Peyton talk to Mia.
«Just Let It Go» by Red Panda. Alice shows up at TRIC; Haley talks with Nate.
«Jean Paul Belmondo» by The Temporary Thing. Peyton & Lucas argue over rent; Owen discovers Victoria’s relationship to Brooke; Nate promises Carrie he won’t tell Haley about her activities.
«Where I Sleep» by Echo Helstrom. Lindsey storms off; Peyton & Brooke argue.
«Chinatown» by The Velocet. Millicent tries to kiss Mouth; Haley & Peyton reassure Mia.
«Never Meant For You (Robotekks Mix)» by David Kater. Jason arrives at TRIC & hits on Carrie; Quentin thanks Nate for covering for him.
«No Good» by Kate Voegele. Mia performs; Lucas asks Brooke to talk to Peyton & Lindsey; Peyton sends Victoria a ‘Bitter Shrew’.
«Almost» by Round 2. Mouth tells Brooke about his relationship with Alice.
«Thin Layer» by The Honorary Title. Performed at TRIC as Mia confronts Jason & Quentin punches him; Victoria & Brooke argue; Haley yells at Nate.
«Stay Away» by The Honorary Title. Lindsey tells Lucas to figure out what he wants; Mouth ends things with Alice & is fired; Haley sees Lucas & Peyton kiss; Brooke tells Peyton to go after Lucas.
«Far More» by The Honorary Title. Performed at TRIC as Carrie continues flirting with Nate after they arrive home; Owen & Brooke talk; Haley tells Nate that she’s disappointed; Peyton discovers that Lindsey & Lucas are engaged.
|#5.08 — Please, Please, Please, Let Me Get What I Want|
«Heatseeker» by Two Hours Traffic. Brooke flirts with Owen.
«Bright Red Star» by Stereophonics. Peyton tells Brook about the engagement.
«I Feel It All» by Feist. Haley drops Jamie off at Brooke’s store as Lindsey arrives to tell them about the engagement.
«Struck Dumb» by Lucky Soul. Owen stops by Brooke’s store.
«I Won’t Disagree» by Kate Voegele. Peyton & Haley talk while Mia records a song.
«You Got Yr. Cherry Bomb» by Spoon. Brooke rants to Jamie about Owen; Millicent tells Mouth she knows about Alice.
«Come Home» by Findlay Brown. Peyton visits her mom’s grave; Haley calls home.
«Pitter-pat» by Erin McCarley. Mouth shows Millilcent his ‘favorite room in the world’; Peyton leaves Molly a package; Carrie kisses Nate.
«Ashes & Wine» by A Fine Frenzy. Molly reads Peyton’s note; Owen finds Brooke in his car; Haley arrives home.
|#5.09 — For Tonight You’re Only Here To Know|
«It’s Only Life» by Kate Voegele. Mouth’s voice over; Mia’s music video.
«Pony» by Erin McCarley. Quentin & Jamie prepare for the game; Peyton & Mia discuss Lindsey.
«Dirty South Hustla» by Carolina Slim. Pre-game meeting.
«Bring It On» by Lenny Kravitz. The team enters the gym.
«Fakey Fake» by Earlimart. The girls meet up in the library.
«The Merry Go Round Broke Down» by Jerry Goldsmith. Mouth’s ringtone.
«So Long» by Brandy Johnson. Lindsey tries to break a window; Brooke tells Peyton about Victoria.
«Home» by Holly Conlan. The girls exchange compliments.
«Never Even Told Me Her Name» by Air Traffic. Lindsey vs Peyton; Tim delivers the pizza.
«The New Kid Revival» by Her Space Holiday. Cannibalism conversation.
«Wish You Were» by Kate Voegele. Singing montage.
«There’s A Reason» by A.A. Bondy. Haley tells Peyton how she became friends with Lindsey; Peyton apologizes to Lindsey; Tim opens the door.
«Broken» by Lifehouse. Nate & Lucas talk about their relationships; Mouth’s segment; montage.
|#5.10 — Running To Stand Still|
«Only Fooling Myself» by Kate Voegele. Peyton asks Mia about John.
«Here Goes Something» by Nada Surf. Brooke chats with Owen & invites him to New York.
«Tell Me How» by Sara Lov. Lucas asks Quentin about his hand; Carrie tells Jamie goodbye.
«Right Here With You» by Frozen Flames. Brooke & Owen discuss Rachel; Quentin is told he needs a cast; Jamie asks Haley about Carrie; Peyton & Mia talk about John’s offer.
«See These Bones» by Nada Surf. Lucas & Nate drive to Dan’s parole hearing; Mia hears Peyton agreeing with John.
«Cataracts» by Andrew Bird. Dan’s parole hearing.
«The Film Did Not Go ‘Round» by Nada Surf. Owen tells Brooke he was an addict; Nate tells Quentin to enjoy his accomplishments.
«Best Not To Think About It» by Athlete. Brooke tells Rachel she’s taking her home to Tree Hill; Jamie falls in the pool as his parents argue.
|#5.11 — You’re Gonna Need Someone On Your Side|
«Here It Goes Again» by OK Go. Skillz & Jamie shop for party supplies.
«My Own» by The Perishers. Dan buys a basketball for Jamie; Millicent & Mouth discuss Rachel; the party starts.
«Ballroom Blitz» by Sweet. Chase tells Owen about his history with Brooke; Haley & Nate talk; Mouth visits Rachel.
«Waking Dream» by Natalie Walker. Rachel & Mouth talk.
«Superstar» by Lupe Fiasco ft Matthew Santos. Lucas apologizes to Haley for meddling; Chase kisses Peyton; Millicent & Mouth talk; Owen & Brooke compare moms.
«In The Building» by Sermad. Haley retrieves Jamie from the bouncy house.
«Open Late» by Ryan Lindsey. Lindsey & Lucas discuss their wedding; Haley tells Nate she’s done trying to change him.
«Never Find Again» by Jason Reeves. Skillz & Jamie talk; Chase & Brooke have a moment.
«She Hold The Key» by Gavin DeGraw. Lucas & Lindsey talk about their dads; Millicent & Mouth say goodnight; Haley thanks Skillz; Peyton kisses Chase; montage.
«I Taught Myself How To Grow Old» by Ryan Adams. Brooke fires Victoria; Haley phones Lucas; Peyton consoles Brooke.
|#5.12 — Hundred|
«Jane, I Still Feel The Same» by Matthew Ryan. Lucas & Nate deliver flowers to Lindsey; flashback of Lucas & Lindsey discussing Lucas’ new book.
«Shine» by Anna Nalick. Karen visits Brooke’s store; Lindsey shows her dress to Jamie & Lily.
«Canon In D Major» by Pachelbel. The ceremony starts; flashback to Nate & Haley’s wedding night.
«Bridal Chorus (organ version)» by Wagner. Lindsey walks down the aisle.
«Never Tear Us Apart» by INXS. Carrie kidnaps Jamie; Lindsey leaves Lucas at the altar.
«Winter» by Holly Conlan. Nate tells Lucas to go after Lindsey; searching for Jamie; Brooke urges Peyton to talk to Lucas.
«Apologies» by Grace Potter and The Nocturnals. Lindsey leaves; Dan threatens Carrie then takes Jamie home.
|#5.13 — Echoes, Silence, Patience & Grace|
«Little Bird» by The Weepies. Peyton talks about her mom; Lucas chats with Andy; ‘Wants’ montage.
«Good Kind Of Crazy» by Brighton, MA. Peyton leaves Max a note; Brooke asks about the evaluation; ‘Problems with the past’ montage.
«Drink Too Much» by Tim Williams. Nate & Haley’s therapist asks them about their former careers; Brooke is asked about her childhood & the men she has dated; Peyton questions Max about closing the music store.
«It Couldn’t Be Me» by Johnathan Rice. Brooke is asked about Lucas; Andy asks Lucas about Lindsey & his book.
«Love Under Key» by La Rocca. Haley & Nate are asked if they miss performing; Max & Peyton discuss Lucas.
«Let Me Breathe» by The Hours. Brooke is told she won’t be allowed to adopt; Lily tells Lucas about a dream; Max suggests that Peyton may have come home for a reason other than Lucas; the therapy session ends.
«Home» by Foo Fighters. Peyton drives off; Brooke picks Jamie up from school; Haley & Nate kiss; montage & voice-overs.
|#5.14 — What Do You Go Home To?|
«Break You» by Hawaii. Mouth opens a letter; Brooke asks Millicent how she feels about a promotion; Brooke gets phone call.
«Spitfire» by Lazarus. Haley visits Peyton’s office.
«In Loving Memory» by Jamestown Story. Mouth tells Millicent he’s been offered a job in Omaha.
«Leaving Town Alive» by Bethany Joy Lenz (Galeotti). Haley’s demo.
«Along The Way» by The Honorary Title. Haley & Peyton offer to help Brooke with her baby plans; Mouth asks Millicent to move in with him.
«No One’s Aware» by Jack Savoretti. Peyton & Lucas talk; Chase stops by to talk with Brooke.
«Birthday Song» by The Shapes. Nanny interviews.
«Adore Adore» by Yoav. Nate & Quentin one-on-one.
«Let The Fire Start» by Bethany Joy Galeotti. Haley works on a new song.
«Roadway Hymn» by La Rocca. Dan’s voice over; montage.
|#5.15 — Life Is Short|
«Be The One» by The Ting Tings. Brooke & Peyton try to get Angie to stop crying.
«In Between Songs» by The Temporary Thing. Skills & Mouth discuss Millicent; Haley & Deb asks Jamie what he wants for his birthday.
«The Wake Up Song» by The Submarines. Millicent asks Brooke about the Macy sketches; Skills stops by Peyton’s office.
«Pages Of The Weekly» by The Broken Remotes. Peyton & Skills discuss Jamie, Nathan, Haley & Lucas.
«Everything’s Magic» by Angels and Airwaves. Bucko the clown arrives.
«Sure Can Start» by Two Hours Traffic. Nathan & Lucas prepare Jamie’s cake.
«Crazy For Leaving» by Catfish Haven. Millicent asks Skills if the guys are okay with her moving in; Brooke tells Jamie about Angie.
«As It Must Be» by Joey Ryan. Peyton apologizes to Lindsey; Skills apologizes to Nathan & Haley; presents; the party ends.
«Won’t Give Up The Fight» by The Thin Man. Skills gives Jamie his gift; Lucas & Brooke talk.
«The Sound» by Paper Route. Lindsey gets the rest of her stuff as Lucas tries to get her to talk.
«Hometown Glory» by Adele. Games montage; Dan tells Nate he need a heart transplant.
|#5.16 — Cryin’ Won’t Help You Now|
«When Will It Happen» by Arden Kaywin. Peyton & Brooke chat during Angie’s breakfast; Mouth is asked to fill in for a sick co-worker.
«My Love In Blue» by Tom Hanson. Jamie asks Haley to take him to see Dan; Lucas reassures Brooke.
«Song We Sang Away» by Low vs Diamond. Game plan; Peyton drops by Lindsey’s office.
«Second Chances» by Paper Route. Dan shows up at the school to talk to Nathan; Millicent gives Mouth a pep talk; Brooke takes Angie to her meeting.
«In Love With A Girl» by Gavin DeGraw. Team meeting; Macy’s meeting; Mouth finishes his broadcast.
«Between The Minds» by Jack Savoretti. Mouth thanks Millicent & says he loves her; Jamie tells Haley what he wrote in Dan’s thank you card.
«Twenty Years» by Augustana. Nate tells Dan he’s no longer part of his family; end montage.
|#5.17 — Hate Is Safer Than Love|
«One More Time» by AutoVaughn. Nathan works out by pulling Jamie.
«In My Arms» by Plumb. Haley finds Jamie walking down the street alone; Lucas & Brooke chat while waiting for news about Angie’s surgery.
«Elephants As Big As Whales» by PlayRadioPlay!. Haley explains her actions to Jamie as they cloud watch; Brooke gets good news about Angie’s surgery.
«High School Is Such A Serious Thing (clip from Family Guy episode 608)» by Seth McFarlane. Peyton’s ringtone.
«News To Me» by We Are Castles. Peyton rushes to Haley’s aid.
«Run (I’m A Natural Disaster)» by Gnarls Barkley. First half of the game.
«Heart Attack» by Low vs Diamond. Second half of the game.
«10 000 Stones» by Adrianne. Lucas gets drunk; Jamie gives his thank you card to Dan; Mouth is asked about his game footage; Peyton finds Lucas passed out in TRIC.
«Damn (Robotekks Remix)» by David Kater. Deb meets up with Skills at TRIC.
«Hallelujah» by Kate Voegele. Mia sings in the studio; Mouth reviews & destroys his game footage; montage.
|#5.18 — What Comes After The Blues|
«All Downhill From Here» by Amy Kuney ft Tim Myers. Lucas drinking; water balloons; montage.
«Awoken» by Jim Salinger. Brooke gets a call telling her Angie needs to fly home; Haley fixes Lucas’ hair.
«Disappear» by Gabe Dixon Band. Haley & Lucas reminisce; Millicent takes Mouth to lunch; Dan visits Reverend Carter.
«Blindsided» by Bon Iver. Nate & Quentin on the court; Haley reads Lucas’ high school predictions to Peyton.
«End Of The Road» by Tyler Burkum. Lindsey gives Lucas his book & tells him goodbye.
«A Man I’ll Never Be» by Boston. Brooke takes Angie to the airport; Jamie jumps into the pool; Lucas comforts Brooke; montage.
«She Said» by Leopold. Millicent tells Mouth she’ll move to Omaha with him; Haley meets Lucas at the river court.
«Flume» by Bon Iver. Lucas stops by to visit Brooke; Mouth helps out with the sportscast.
«Baker Lake» by Sera Cahoone. Lucas & Peyton talk about their past.
«Feel This» by Bethany Joy Galeotti ft Enation. Haley records a new song; after finding out that Reverend Carter died, Dan leaves the hospital and is hit by a car; montage; Lucas asks someone to fly to Vegas & marry him.
|#6.01 — Touch Me I’m Going To Scream, Part 1|
«Lovers In Japan / Reign Of Love» by Coldplay. Lucas’ daydream; Dan gets hits by a car; Lucas gets advice about love.
«Town Where You Belong» by Earlimart. Skills & Deb make out; Mouth tells Millie he wants them to move to Omaha; Lucas & Peyton fly to Vegas.
«Look At You» by My Morning Jacket. Peyton & Lucas arrive at their hotel room.
«Highly Suspicious» by My Morning Jacket. Brooke tells Millie about Victoria’s plans, then stops a shoplifter; Nate & Skills talk at practice.
«In The Ayer» by Flo Rida ft Will.I.Am. Dancing on the court; Victoria tries to get Brooke’s sketches from Millie; repeats as Jamie dances around as Haley arrives home & as Jamie & Haley dance together.
«Hot Stuff» originally by Donna Summer. Carrie sings while torturing Dan.
«Burning Love (organ version)» originally by Elvis. Lucas & Peyton check out an Elvis chapel.
«I Should Be Lost Without You» by David Condos. Mouth says goodbye to Brooke.
«Poke» by Frightened Rabbit. Peyton & Lucas talk while driving; Brooke fires Millie; Mouth says goodbye to Skills & the river court.
«Violet Hill» by Coldplay. Carrie explains her plans to Dan; Mouth & Millie leave for Omaha; Lucas proposes to Peyton; Brooke is attacked.
|#6.02 — One Million Billionth Of A Millisecond On A Sunday Morning|
«Shameless» by The Fratellis. Practice.
«How Do You Dream» by 9 Ball. Skills asks Nate about keeping relationships secret; Haley asks Quentin about his plans for the future.
«Changin’ » by Vince Vaccaro. Peyton thanks Brooke; Haley & Jamie work on the cape; Haley confronts Deb.
«Left Alone» by Vince Vaccaro. Nate gets his diagnosis; Jamie questions Lucas about his previous relationships.
«When You Are Near» by Carolina Liar. Haley & Nate discuss his future in basketball; Lucas & Jamie help Peyton pack her stuff.
«Face Down In The Right Town» by Earlimart. Peyton tries calling Brooke again; Nate heads home from the school; Lucas tells Skills about his engagement; Quentin interrupts a robbery.
|#6.03 — Get Cape. Wear Cape. Fly.|
«Some Streets Lead Nowhere» by Matthew Ryan. Haley talks to her class about Quentin.
«Feels Like Letting Go» by Matthew Perryman Jones. Lucas & Skills talk about Quentin.
«Some Streets Lead Nowhere (instrumental)» by Matthew Ryan. The gang visit Mrs. Fields.
«Small Things» by The Audreys. Nate & Haley discuss funerals; Deb consoles Skills; Haley recommends therapy to Brooke.
«Shine Your Light On Us» by Robbie Seay Band. Nate & Haley talk by Quentin’s memorial; Samantha joins Haley’s class; Lucas, Skills & Nate talk to the team.
«Memories (All We Need)» by The Sequel. Haley & her class sign Quentin’s desk.
«Further To Fall» by Dan Craig. Peyton supports Lucas; Nate offers Brooke his help.
«Quiet In My Town» by Civil Twilight. Quentin’s funeral; Dan asks Carrie about her son.
|#6.04 — Bridge Over Troubled Water|
«Mick In My Studio» by John Doe. Peyton finds Mick Wolf performing in her studio.
«More Than Life» by Whitley. Carrie & Deb talk at the park; Brooke discusses her mother with her therapist.
«Matinee» by Hurts To Purr. Jamie & Haley stop by Dan’s house; Deb breaks it off with Skills; Peyton asks Mick to lunch.
«A Children’s Crusade On Acid» by Margot and The Nuclear So and So’s. Lucas visits the Fields’ house; Haley comes to Samantha’s aid.
«Said & Done» by Meiko. Brooke visits with Haley; Mick tells Peyton about her parents.
«This Is Your Life» by Low Vs Diamond. Skills tries to talk to Nate; Lucas & Mrs. Fields talk to the team.
«Scream» by Chris Cornell. The team decides to keep playing with four; Peyton says goodnight to Mick; Brooke heads home; end montage.
|#6.05 — You’ve Dug Your Own Grave, Now Lie In It|
«Moving Ground» by Mezzanine Owls. Peyton asks Brooke to help her find a wedding dress.
«Heartbeat» by Adios Control. Samanta return the clothes Brooke gave her.
«Orphan» by Jack’s Mannequin. Peyton questions Mick; Bobby shows Nathan around the stadium.
«Running Down» by Michelle Featherstone. Haley tells Deb about Dan; Lindsay shows Lucas his new book; Brooke talks to her therapist; Nathan is asked to coach.
«They Bring Me to You» by Joshua Radin. Peyton & Mick compare their favorite albums.
«Capsule» by Turin Brakes. Nathan is asked to consider the coaching offer; Peyton phones Lucas about Mick; Lucas tells Lindsay about the wedding.
«No Envy No Fear» by Joshua Radin. Brooke & her therapist discuss the store & Brooke’s life; Nathan says he’ll consider the coaching offer.
«Alison» by Elvis Costello. Peyton waits for Mick to arrive; Lucas & Lindsay say goodbye.
«If I Am A Stranger» by Ryan Adams. Dan shoots Carrie; Samantha pays Brooke’s tab; Millicent returns.
|#6.06 — Choosing My Own Way Of Life|
«Dreamers» by Jack Savoretti. Millie’s idea board; Deb cheers on Nate & Skills; Peyton finds Mick passed out in the studio.
«Baby Doll» by The Fratellis. Dan meets Jamie at school; Millie & Brooke talk over chinese take-out.
«Good Arms Vs. Bad Arms» by Frightened Rabbit. Mouth goes to Lucas’ book signing; Haley asks Brooke to consider fostering Sam.
«Who Ya Think Ya Are» by Bosshouse. SlamBall.
«It Ends Here» Matt Pryor. Skills & Nate talk about Jamie; Peyton comforts Brooke; Lucas’ book tour is cancelled.
«Storm» by Adrianne. Brooke & Peyton bake cookies.
«Quiet Times» by Dido. Brooke brings Millie some cookies; Lucas watches Mouth’s sportscast & talks to Peyton.
«They Bring Me To You» by Joshua Radin. Brooke asks Sam to move in with her; Mick gives Peyton Ellie’s AA chip.
«Hearts In Pain» by Stephen Kellogg and The Sixers. Lucas & Mouth head for home; Nate tells Haley about SlamBall; Sam moves into Brooke’s house; end montage.
|#6.07 — Messin’ With The Kid|
«Psychotic Girl» by The Black Keys. House arrest; Brooke shows up at Haley’s class; Dan advises Jamie; montage.
«Ah Mary (acoustic)» by Grace Potter and The Nocturnals. Peyton questions Lucas about the master bedroom; Haley stops to listen to Grace play.
«When The Stars Go Blue (acoustic)» by Grace Potter. Grace asks Haley about her music.
«Pa’ Bailar (instrumental)» by Bajofonds. Peyton teases Lucas; Brooke confronts Owen.
«Fascination Street» by The Cure. A house divided.
«Bethlehem» by Hopewell. Mouth meets his new intern; Nate solves the cape issue.
«Gypsy Queen» by Kristin Diable. Sam tells Brooke about her mother.
«Dreamer» by Uh Huh Her. Bedtime montage; Brooke & Sam make a deal.
«Standing Still» by Buddahead. Haley tells Nate she plans to start singing again; Owen stops by Brooke’s; Peyton & Lucas make up.
«I Want Something That I Want (Duet)» by Grace Potter & Bethany Joy Galleoti. Haley joins Grace in a song; breakfast montage.
|#6.08 — Our Life Is Not A Movie Or Maybe|
«Let’s Dance To Joy Division» by The Wombats. Millie meets Gigi.
«Simple Life» by Carolina Liar. Peyton asks Lucas about the movie deal; Brooke, Haley & Millie chat.
«The Last Post (bugle call)». Derek is presented with a medal.
«An Ordinary Life» by The Temporary Thing. Mouth & Gigi work on the Nathan story; repeats as Lucas & Julian meet at TRIC.
«When The World Stops Turning» by Matt Pryor. Peyton & Derek talk; Haley & Jamie visit Quentin’s grave.
«My Only Offer» by Mates Of State. Lucas tells Brooke about the movie offer.
«Boys Wll Be Out For A Fight» by Filthy Souls. Nate & Owen show up at Brooke’s; Sam & Jamie sneak out.
«Stop!» by Against Me!. Party in Brooke’s store.
«Stay Down» by Smoking Popes. Lucas signs the contract; party clean-up.
«Sheets» by Damien Jurado. Peyton finds out that Julian is the movie producer; Brooke grounds Sam.
|#6.09 — Sympathy For The Devil|
«You Got Growin Up To Do» by Joshua Radin ft Patty Griffin. Flashback of Peyton meeting Julian.
«It Is Best To Keep It All Inside» by Johnathan Rice. Flashback of Julia asking out Peyton.
«I Don’t Live In A Dream» by Jackie Greene. Mouth & Nate talk about the game; Brooke throws a naked Owen out of her car; Sam teaches Jamie about economics.
«Leaving You» by Corey Crowder. Flashback of Julian confronting Peyton over her obsession with Lucas’ book; Owen tells Brooke he’s done with the gifts.
«Can’t Go Back Now» by The Weepies. Jamie practices ‘economics’; Lucas defaces Dan’s gravestone.
«Love Song For A Schuba’s Bartender» by Margot and The Nuclear So and So’s. Peyton questions Julian’s motives; Haley makes Jamie give back the money.
«Ugly» by Max Boogie Overdrive. SlamBall.
«Deception Loves Company» by Juice Monkey. Lucas works on the Keith shooting scene; Nate gets shoved through a window in SlamBall.
«Soul Waver» by Malika Ayane. Brooke tells Owen that she has to make Sam her priority.
«It Means Nothing» by Stereophonics. Lucas finds out about Julian & Peyton’s past; Gigi comes on to Mouth; Sam pulls a prank; Nate quits SlamBall
|#6.10 — Even Fairy Tale Characters Would Be Jealous|
«Constantly» by Molly Marlette. Lucas tells Haley & Nate about Julian.
«Hello Vagina» by Margot and The Nuclear So and So’s. Millie discusses Gigi & Mouth with Brooke.
«World In Flight» by Enation. Sam & Peyton talk about birth parents.
«All The Things You Know» by Blue Judy. Millie lays down a new rule; Nate talks to Quentin; the girls chat backstage.
«Feel This» by Bethany Joy Galeotti ft Enation. Haley performs at the USO show.
«You Can’t Break A Broken Heart» by Kate Voegele. Mia performs.
«Suburban Bliss» by Edith Backlund. Quentin tells Nate not to waste his second chance; Julian tells Lucas the movie will be made with or without him.
«Secret Crowds» by Angels and Airwaves. Performed as Peyton asks Brooke about the baby; Quentin tells Nate to live his dream; Millie confronts Gigi; Brooke reassures Sam.
«Lifeline» by Angels and Airwaves. Nate asks Haley for an encore; Brooke calls the adoption agency; Peyton tells Lucas he should do the movie; montage.
|#6.11 — We Three (My Echo, My Shadow and Me)|
«Sing Sing Sing (With A Swing)». Performed as Lucas starts dreaming; Luke makes the rounds at Karen’s Cafe; Haley & Dan argue.
«Karen’s Cafe» by Everly. Haley performs; Dan confronts Luke.
«I Know» by Meaghan Smith. Nate helps Haley with an unruly customer.
«Brash Cash» by Carlin Music. Luke says goodnight to Brooke.
«Midnight Serenade» by Bruton Music. Nate & Haley talk while Skills plays the piano.
«Scheming Star» by Everly. Haley & Nate dance.
«Unless» by St. Lola In The Fields. Nate confesses his feelings to Haley.
«Smokey Joe’s» by Bruton Music. Brooke tells Dan about Peyton & Luke.
«Mrs. Scott» by Everly. Nate & Haley discuss their future.
«Don’t Say» by St. Lola In The Fields. Haley & Nate say goodbye; Peyton dies; Lucas is awoken by Peyton’s phone call.
|#6.12 — You Have To Be Joking (Autopsy Of The Devil’s Brain)|
«Happy Twist» by Elisabeth Yndestad. Julian & Sam make a deal.
«Light Catches Your Face» by Bell X1. Gigi talks Mouth into coming to her goodbye party; Peyton & Mia talk about music; Nate goes to Basketball try-outs.
«Don’t You (Forget About Me)» by Simple Minds. Julia catches Brooke dancing in her store.
«Anthem» by Born In The Flood. The guys tease Nate; try-outs.
«A Hero’s Welcome» by Brian Tichy / MasterSource. Lucas arrives at Dixon’s office.
«Cha Cha (Be My New BF)» by The Spider Problem. Mouth gives Gigi a present.
«(Get Off Your) High Horse Lady» by Oasis. Brooke tells Julian she doesn’t trust him; Nate rushes to the talent show; Peyton & Mia fight over Mia’s commitment to her music.
«Snake Charmer». Madison plays piano at the talent show.
«The First Noel (piano)». Jamie performs at the talent show.
«A Falling Through» by Ray LaMontagne. Sam & Jack talk about Brooke; Lucas continues talking with Dixon; Sam tells Brooke that she’s responsible for the attack.
«What Have We Got To Lose?» by Aron Wright. Brooke looks for Sam at TRIC; Millie confronts Mouth over Gigi’s picture.
«The Devil In Me (Live Accoustic)» by Kate Voegele. Owen & Millie commiserate together; Brooke looks for Sam at the diner; Nate & Haley put Jamie to bed; Sam leaves with Jack and his brother, X.
|#6.13 — Things A Mama Don’t Know|
«Hawaii» by Meiko. Mia apologizes to Peyton; Nate arrives for basketball practice.
«Paper Kite» by Damien Jurado. Andre talks to his mom then leaves for the cemetary with Jamie; Brooke & Peyton look for Sam.
«Into Your Soft Heart» by Everest. Julian stops by Brooke’s store; Lucas talks with Julian’s dad; Jamie & Andre talk about ghosts; basketball practice.
«I Don’t Feel It Anymore (Song Of The Sparrow)» by William Fitzsimmons. Millie tells Mouth she had sex the previous night.
«Backwards Walk» by Frightened Rabbit. Nate confronts his teammate; Mrs. Fields discovers that the boys are missing.
«Been A Long Day» by Rosi Golan. Millie leaves; Mia helps Chase; the police find Quentin’s wallet in Xavier’s house; Nate talks to Haley & Jamie on the phone; Lucas returns home.
|#6.14 — A Hand To Take Hold Of The Scene|
«Manhattan From the Sky» by Kate Voegele. Mia performs a song for Haley.
«Miss» by Tim Hanauer. Sam & Peyton talk with Julian at the diner; Millie shows up at Brooke’s.
«Finally» originally by CeCe Peniston. Peyton & Lucas play poker with Jamie & Andre; karaoke plays at TRIC as the double date starts.
«Perfect Games» by The Broken West. Mia & Chase talk; Lucas loses to Jamie; Nate & Chase shoot baskets.
«Can’t You Hear Me Growl» by Bosshouse. Nate & Chase are called up on the stage to sing.
«Bust A Move» originally by Young MC. The guys do karaoke.
«Frankenstein’s Niece B» by APM Music. Jamie & Andre play with Lucas.
«Tell Me Something» by APM Music. A drunk Millie shows up at Mouth’s.
«In Debt To The Heart» by Born in the Flood. Brooke & Julia talk; Sam & Jack discuss Child Services.
«Greatest Love Of All» originally by Whitney Houston. Karaoke is performed as Nate give Chase advice on Mia; Haley & Mia chat in the ladies room.
«Behind Your Eyes» by Jon Foreman. Julian & Brooke compare their parent issues.
«Dear You» by Josh Auer. Mia & Chase say goodnight; Julian & Brooke kiss.
«Hazy» by Rosi Golan ft William Fitzsimmons. Mouth agrees with Millie that she should go to New York; Sam & Jack say goodnight; Lucas & Nate talk on the walkie-talkies.
|#6.15 — We Change, We Wait|
«Spiralling» by Keane. Sam catches Julian & Brooke kissing on the couch.
«Destiny» by Minnutes. Julian & Lucas meet with Julian’s dad, Paul.
«Stuck In The Backseat» by The Noises 10. Haley tells Nate she & Jamie will continue to go to his games; Brooke gives Julian a jacket; Peyton cautions Brooke about Julian.
«When The World Ends» by The Bittersweets. Lucas asks Haley’s opinion on a ring; Julian returns to Brooke’s store.
«Manhattan From the Sky» by Kate Voegele. Mia plays a new song for Chase; Lucas gives Peyton the ring.
«More To Love» by Minnutes. Julian & Lucas discuss the directors; Jamie helps Nate with learning his plays; Lucas & Brooke talk about the movie.
«Ulysses» by Franz Ferdinand. Lucas tells Paul he won’t choose one of the directors; Nate gets to play.
«Jazz Magic» by Carlin Music. Julian’s dad, Paul, meets with Reese.
«Once When I Was Little» by James Morrison. Peyton tells Lucas she wants to wear Keith’s ring; Julian asks Brooke to go steady; Reese tells Lucas he’s directing.
|#6.16 — Screenwriter’s Blues|
«Let You Down» by Tin Star Orphans. Dan heps Jamie plan his date; Peyton recruites Mia to help with the crib assembly; Brooke meets her doppleganger.
«Snow Globe» by Mezzanine Owls. The Peyton audtions.
«Let’s See What Happens» by The Breakups. Brooke aruges with her double; Nate phones Haley to say he’s starting next game; Lauren arrives at Dan’s.
«Man Made Lake» by Calexico. Haley & Sam talk about the essay; Nate meets Devon’s family.
«So Please» by Starlume. Dan tells Lauren stories about Jamie; movie decisions overwhelm Lucas.
«Natural Disaster» by Andrew Bird. Haley & Lucas discuss their problems; Dan apologizes to Jamie.
«You Found Me» by The Fray. The first script read through; Nate meets his new rival; Sam’s essay is published; Julian makes up with Brooke; Lucas shows up for Peyton’s sonogram.
|#6.17 — You And Me And The Bottle Makes Three Tonight|
«One Of Those Days» by Joshua Radin. Dan joins Deb in babysitting Jamie; Peyton collapses.
«After Afterall» by William Fitzsimmons. Peyton tells Lucas she wants the baby; the baby kicks.
«Are You Lightning» by Nada Surf. Haley & Nate celebrate their anniversary.
«Low» by Josh Auer. Nate suggets Haley goes back on tour.
«Lost Forever» by Guggenheim Grotto. Julian tries to figure out why Brooke freaked out.
«A Piece For You» by Meaghan Smith. Julian gives Brooke one more chance to say she loves him.
«Save A Place» by 1969 ft Butch Walker. Dan’s heart pager goes off; Nate & Haley talk in bed; Millie drives to New York as Mouth tucks her glasses in a drawer; Julian cancels on Brooke; Peyton tells Lucas it will be okay.
|#6.18 — Searching For A Former Clarity|
«Devil’s Got My Soul» by Gone City. Skills coaches Jamie’s basketball team.
«Le Fantasy» by Minnutes. Skills gives his team a pep talk.
«Love Is the End» by Keane. Peyton, Lucas & Jamie visit loved ones at the cemetery; Dan walks into the ocean and rants at God.
«On My Own» by The Trigger Code. Dan sits on the beach; Julian tells Lucas & Peyton the movie production is over; Mia it told her song needs to be
changed; Deb breaks up with Skills.
«Easy To Love» by Sons of William. Dan asks Deb if he can say goodbye to Jamie; drinking & moping at TRIC.
«Stinger» by Razorlight. Sam & Julian discuss what happened Brooke; Jamie asks Dan about Keith’s death.
«Glass» by Gavin DeGraw. Julian says goodbye to Brooke.
«Little Tornado» by Aimee Mann. Lucas tells Nate what happened to Dan’s heart; Dan leaves his house; Brooke apologizes to Sam.
«Never Say Never» by The Fray. Haley & Peyton agree to help with Mia’s album; Sam & Jack hug; Dan says goodbye to his sons; Jamie makes a virtual Tree Hill; montage.
|#6.19 — Letting Go|
«Today’s Another Nation» by The Red West. Brooke asks Peyton’s advice about Julian’s offer; Lucas & Nate take Jamie to Keith’s garage; Skills tells Mouth where they’re heading; Haley arrives home to find her entire class waiting for her.
«I Don’t Care» by Fall Out Boy. Mouth & Skills arrive at the college party.
«Underneath My Skin» by Stella Project. Mouth has a vision of Millie while playing beer pong.
«Deadliest Weapon» by Nik Frost. Peyton questions Julian’s intentions; Brooke asks Chase for advice.
«4321″ by Manafest. Mouth has another vision of Millie.
«Found» by Phillip Larue. Haley sends Jack & Sam back to school; Lucas tells Jamie about Keith, then lets him start the car; Mouth & Skills leave for New York; Haley tells Brooke about Sam’s actions.
«Where Love Went Wrong» by Augustana. Julian tells Sam about his invitation to Brooke; Peyton tells Haley she’s been a really good teacher for Mia; Mouth asks Skills how he’s dealing so well with his breakup; Sam & Jack kiss; Jamie says he’s sad he never met Keith.
«Harley Sunday» by Kate York. Haley congratulates Principal Rimkus on her actions; Nate & Lucas watch Jamie sleep; Mouth tells Millie he can’t live without her.
«Save You» by Matthew Perryman Jones. Brooke tells Julian she can’t go with him; Sam informs Jack she’s not leaving; Peyton looks through her memory box.
|#6.20 — I Would For You|
«Angel» by Kate Voegele. Mouth surprises Millie with broadway tickets; Peyton talks to Mia, then has a car accident; repeats as Nate give Nino some tips; Jamie tells his classmates he’s staying; Mouth & Millie say good morning; Haley & Mia bring the studio to Peyton; Lucas starts work on The Comet; Victoria comforts Sam.
«Killer B» by Low Vs Diamond. Nate challenges Nino to prove he’s better.
«Bonfire» by Spacebar. Sam tells Jack about her Victoria encounter.
«My Favorite Song» by Skyler Stonestreet. Millie & Mouth walk though the park.
«I Can Feel A Hot One» by Manchester Orchestra. Peyton asks Haley to help finish Mia’s album; Sam tells Brooke about Jack’s foster home.
«The Look» by Color Of Clouds. Jack & Sam talk about the future; Victoria confronts Sam.
«As Much As You Lead» by Lex Land. Mouth & Millie say goodbye; Jack’s foster parents arrive to take him home.
|#6.21 — A Kiss To Build A Dream On|
«99 Times» by Kate Voegele. Victoria compliments Brooke’s new designs; Sam tells Victoria about Julian.
«On The Wing» by Owl City. Skills & Jamie’s team discuss the school dance.
«Black Hole» by The Aeroplanes. Flashback of Lucas giving Peyton Cure tickets; Nate gets an offer.
«Never Get Enough» by Honeypie. Sam & Victoria shop; Jamie asks Madison to the dance.
«Our Own Time» by Joey DeGraw. Flashback of Lucas & Peyton driving to the Cure concert.
«Make Things Right» by Sara Rumar. Sam apologizes to the sale lady for her previous shoplifting.
«A Lack Of Armor » by Jesse Ruben. Flashback of Peyton & Lucas talking while fixing their flat tire.
«Turn Me Loose» by Loverboy. Skills & Jamie arrive at the dance.
«Shake It» by John John. Jamie & Skills stand by themselves at the dance.
«Iron Man» by Nico Vega. Devon tells Nate he’s going to do things differently; Brooke finds the shredded letters.
«On Our Way» by Scott Cresswell. Flashback of Peyton & Lucas stopping for pie; Jamie calls Skills ‘chicken’.
«Anyone Night Stand» by The Sleeping. Mia confronts Chase about him losing his virginity to Brooke; Brooke demands an explanation from Victoria.
«All In My Head» by Nick Lachey. Nick performs Haley’s song; Nate tells his coach he turned down the offer; Skills asks Lauren to dance.
«All Broken Hearts» by Tyrone Wells. Sam refuses to accept her birth mother’s letter; Chase apologizes to Mia.
«Pictures of You» by The Cure. Devon gets a try-out; Brooke takes Sam to see her birth mother; Lucas gives Peyton the old Cure concert ticket; montage.
|#6.22 — Show Me How To Live|
«Angel» by Mark Geary. Lucas tells Nate about Peyton’s project; Sam explains to Brooke why her birth mom gave her up.
«Amelia» by Matthew Perryman Jones. Brooke gifts Peyton with a new dress & says she wants to adopt Sam; Jamie & Lucas look through Peyton’s memory box; Mouth & Nate talk on the court.
«Everything I Want» by Matt Pelham. Skills & Lauren’s date; the first half of the game ends.
«She Is Love (Accoustic)» by Parachute. Jamie asks Lucas if Peyton will be okay; Mia takes a picture of the girls.
«Foreign Room» by Telekinesis. Lauren asks Skills about his last relationship; Chuck gets sick; the scot watches Nate.
«I Don’t Know» by Shelly Fraley. Skills drops off Lauren; Brooke tells Sam she should spend time with her birth mom.
«Long Time Nothing New» by Pete Yorn. Nino asks the coach if he’s heard from the scout; Sam goes to her birth mom’s house; Victoria reassures Brooke; Lucas tells Peyton they can get married right away.
|#6.23 — Forever And Almost Always|
«Innocent» by Aidan Hawken. Brooke brings Lucas a tux; Nate & Haley are reunited.
«Broken Voices» by Ari Hest. Nate tells Haley that Nino was called up.
«Barcarolle From String Quartet in D Minor — li Andante Con Moto» composed by Suk Josef / Carlin Music. The wedding begins.
«Bridal Chorus» by Wagner. Peyton walks down the aisle.
«Can’t Help Falling In Love» by Ingrid Michaelson. Haley’s speech; Lucas & Peyton exchange vows.
«All In My Head» by Nick Lachey. Brooke interrupts Nick’s recording session.
«99 Times» by Kate Voegele. Mia performs at the reception; Lucas admonishes Julian for bringing a date; Brooke arrives with Nick; Skills & Jamie have a talk; montage.
«I Can’t Fix Us Two» by Katie Costello. Mouth & Nate talk; Lucas checks on Peyton.
«Sweet Silver Lining» by Kate Voegele. Mia dedicates a song to Peyton; dancing couples; Haley & Nate make out in the ladies room.
«Rains Here Too» by Kate York. Nick says goodbye to Brooke; Skills & Lauren discuss kids; Julian & Brooke dance; Nate tells Haley that he’s tired of failing.
«Wedding Dress» by Matt Nathanson. Haley tells Nate that he’s Jamie’s hero; Chase serves Julian a drink; Julian tells Victoria that he loves Brooke; Lucas surprises Peyton; montage.
|#6.24 — Remember Me As A Time Of Day|
«Safe At Home» by Starsailor. Lucas tells Peyton about their daughter; Julian comforts Brooke; Mia & Chase open a box containing her new album.
«Murderous Air» by Tim Williams. Peyton wakes up; Karen brings the baby to meet Peyton.
«Come Around» by Rosi Golan. Nate packs to go back to the team; Brooke gets a postcard from Sam; Julian tells Brooke that he loves her; Peyton thanks Karen for how she raised Lucas.
«Roll Your Windows Down» by Casey Shea. Lucas thanks his mom for everything she’s done for him; Brooke wakes up alone; Nate tells Haley he was called up to the NBA.
«Days Like This» by Kim Taylor. Brooke phones Sam; Mouth announces Nate’s NBA placement; Karen & Lucas visit Keith’s grave; Dan tells Whitey he already feels dead; Nate arrives at Whitey’s.
«Inside Out» by Kate Voegele. Mia tells Chase her heart is staying with him; Brooke tells Millie she wants her back at the Tree Hill store.
«Hallelujah» by Gin Wigmore. Peyton allows Dan to hold Sawyer; Lucas & Karen pass by Dan on the sidewalk; Millie tells Mouth she’s moving back; Victoria asks Brooke about Julian; Nate visits Quentin’s grave.
«Begin You» by Kate York. Peyton tells Brooke that Sawyer’s middle name is Brooke; Victoria advises Brooke to go after Julian.
«Can’t You See» by The Marshall Tucker Band. Nate, Haley & Jamie visit the bobcat’s court; Peyton watches Lucas playing with Sawyer; Brooke tells Julie she loves him; Lucas, Peyton & Sawyer drive off in The Comet.