One Tree Hill Recap: "You've Dug Your Own Grave, Now Lie In It"

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In season 6, episode 5 of One Tree Hill, entitled "You've Dug Your Own Grave, Now Lie In It," we get to see the final confrontation between Haley, Dan, Jamie and Carrie, the nanny from hell.

The episode starts with Lucas and and Peyton setting the date.  Lucas has to go off to his book meeting and still hasn't told Lindsey he's marrying Peyton.  Meanwhile, Peyton goes to Brooke to tell her she set a date and to get a dress.

Lucas and Peyton

Sam, the girl who shoplifted last, next comes into the store to return the "gifts" she received.  However, since Victoria's crew comes by to pick up the rest of the stock, Brooke has no problem refunding Victoria's money to her.

Meanwhile, Peyton meets up with with Mick to learn more about her dad.  She asks him to come by later to meet Lucas.  He agrees.

Brooke and Her Shrink

Nathan (James Lafferty) meets with Bobby from the NBA.  However, it turns out Bobby wants Nathan to coach, his playing days are over.

Lucas then arrives for his book meeting with Lindsey.  They want him to go on tour, but he can't make the Chicago date.  Why?  Cause he's marrying Peyton.  I guess he tells Lindsey after all.

Carrie and Dan

Now on to the crazy main plot, Carrie is slowly killing Dan (Paul Johansson).  Haley (Bethany Joy Galeotti)  takes her son Jamie (Jackson Brundage) to visit his grandfather Dan who he wants to say goodbye to (they believe he's dying).  However, when they get there, they find crazy Carrie is slowly killing Dan and Carrie knocks out Haley and chases after Jamie.  Luckily Deb (Barbara Alyn Woods) finds a picture of Carrie in a drawer, and realizes she has to come help.  She shows up and knocks Carrie out with a bottle of wine.  However, the crazy nanny gets back up after this... and is show by Dan.  Then gets up AGAIN and is shot again.

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One Tree Hill Quotes

Happiness is not a destination. It is a mood, it is not permanent. It comes and goes and if people thought that way then maybe people would find happiness more often.

Julian

Remember tonight, for it is the beginning of always. A promise, like a reward for persisting through life so long alone. A belief in each other and the possibility of love. A decision to ignore simply rise above the pain in the past. A covenant, which at once binds two souls and yet severs prior ties. The celebration of the chance taken and the challenge that lies ahead. For two will always be stronger than one. Like a team braced against the tempests of the world. And love will always be the guiding force in our lives. For tonight is mere formality. Only an announcement to the world of feelings long held, promises made long ago in the sacred space in our hearts.

Lucas