Haley: Did you finish 'The Little Prince'?
Nathan: No, I just rented the movie. This book is stupid.
Haley: Nathan, you're not going to pass French if you keep renting movies.
Nathan: Its not like I have a lot of time to read.
Haley: So, are you ever going to tell me how it went?
Nathan: The therapist asked me if I liked playing basketball.
Haley: Wow, what did you say?
Nathan: I didn't know what to say. No one has ever asked me that question.

Lucas: You're sure your parents won't come home?
Brooke: They could, but this isn't their jacuzzi.
Lucas: Brooke, whose house is this?
Brooke: I don't know. Does it matter?

Tim: This sucks!
Jake: Speak for yourself. Whitey just did me a favor.
Nathan: Yeah, me too.

Whitey: Nice to see you, vertical. How ya feeling?
Nathan: Same as always. What's this all about?
Whitey: Seems to me we've lost track about what this game is suppose to be about, myself included. Now I want you to take this time and think about why we're really out there. 'Til then no practice.

Nathan: Look, I think I should get back to the madness, but, hey, if I could, I'd stay like this all day.
Haley: Ok. Nathan, about last night ...
Nathan: Hey, it's not about sex with me, alright? When you're ready, I'll be ready, too.

[to Nathan] If my parents come home, I'm going to act like I have amnesia, so don't freak out if I pretend not to know you.

Haley

Haley: Look, I've seen Peyton really try to make an effort to turn things around. It just sucks she got bit the first time she reached out to somebody, you know?
Lucas: Haley, I'm not the bad guy here, okay? Peyton's just too... hard.
Haley: Unlike Brooke, who I understand, is nice and easy.
Lucas: Excuse me. She makes me laugh. She's honest. She's not afraid to be herself. Plus, she's not covered head to toe in issues.

Lucas: It's not that hard. Peyton and I just don't make sense as a couple. She said so herself.
Haley: And then took it back!
Lucas: What are you, her lawyer?

(voiceover) What a frightening thing the human is, a mass of gauges and dials and registers, and we can read only a few and those perhaps not accurately.

Lucas

(to Haley) When I fell to the floor tonight, I was so scared, I was so terrified. Then I saw you, and I promised myself that if I could just get up, I'd walk over to you... I'd tell you how much I need you and how much I want you... and how nothing else matters.

Nathan

Nathan: A month ago, did you think we'd be alone in your bedroom?
Haley: Oh, but we're not alone in my bedroom. We have the forefathers with us.
Nathan: They can watch.
Haley: Nathan, can you just get serious for a minute?
Nathan: Oh, I'm serious. Come here. (they kiss)

(to Dan) Pack a bag and get out or so help me God, I will stab you in your sleep.

Deb