Lucas: So where should we start?
Peyton: Well, that's easy. I never feel at home until I unpack my music. You know, maybe we don't need to. We probably have doubles of everything, right?
Lucas: Actually I don't like The Cure.
Peyton: How can you not like The Cure?
Lucas: Well, their music's depressing and whiney...
Peyton: And if it could squint, it would be you. You do realize that the lyrics I spent all day painting at the River Court were The Cure lyrics, right?
Lucas: Oh I know, and I love the lyrics. Hate the music.

Lucas: Hello?
Peyton: Hi... How's my favorite author?
Lucas: Just thinking about his fiancee.
Peyton: Oh, well, should I give you 5 minutes?
Lucas: No, it's okay. Actually, I'm just packing.
Peyton: For Seattle?
Lucas: No, actually I'm going home, the book tour has been canceled.
Peyton: What? What happened?
Lucas: It's okay, it doesn't matter.
Peyton: No, it does matter, you worked so hard for this!
Lucas: It's okay Peyton! I mean, I still have you and that's all that really matters! Besides, this book brought us back together so... it's the best thing I've ever written.
Peyton: You come home to me then. I love you.
Lucas: I love you too. I'll be home soon.

Don't forget me when you're a big star Lucas Scott.

Peyton

Lucas: Why do you think he's avoiding admitting that he's your father?
Peyton: I don't know, maybe I'm wrong, maybe he's not. Either way- I will be alright, don't worry about me!
Lucas: You know I will.

Lucas: I never meant to hurt you. Not then and not now.
Lindsey: I know. the thing is, I saw it coming all along. I just tried to wish it away. It wasn't fair to me or to you.
Lucas: Well, I should go, I'm gonna miss my flight.
Lindsey: Okay. You forgot something. [hands the novel Comet to him]. You know the first time we met right here. I told you I was pulling for the couple in the book. Goodbye Lucas.

Psychologist: Brooke, you're 22 years old and the founder of a multi-million dollar corporation. I'd hardly call that standing still.
Brooke: But it's gone.
Psychologist: You will do something else. You are intelligent, you are creative. You will figure it out. But that's not the real question.
Brooke: Then what is?
Psychologist: All you have talked about is your work, Brooke. But when you mention your friends being happy, you define happiness strictly in terms of relationship and family. The question is, why are you so insistent on going through life alone?

Brooke: Well, it doesn't matter, I don't have to worry about Clothes Over Bros anymore.
Psychologist: And why is that?
Brooke: I gave it all away. I signed the company over to Victoria. Do you think that I was foolish to give my company to my mother?
Psychologist: Do you think you were foolish?
Brooke: Do you always answer a question with another question?
Psychologist: Does it bother you?

Brooke: I caught a young girl shoplifting the other day. I was pretty hard on her.
Psychologist: Did you feel threatened by her?
Brooke No, I actually felt myself feeling jealous. I realize I let company matter too much. You know, we spend all this time building something up, And then we don't enjoy it. We just sit there, terrified that someone is gonna take it away from us. And there was this girl, and she didn't answer to anything or anyone. And that made me jealous.

Congratulations, Victoria, now you have a company and no daughter. You got your dream.

Brooke
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