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Keith Alan Scott (Character)
from "One Tree Hill" (2003)

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"One Tree Hill: I've Got Dreams to Remember (#3.12)" (2006)
[Keith is sitting opposite the detective looking relaxed and uncaring]
Keith Scott: No, no, actually, I'm fine. I just... love sleeping in jail cells.
Detective: You understand that we have you on tape... buying a bottle of liquor the day of the fire?
Keith Scott: I-I-I've seen it! It was stimulating!
Detective: Yeah. We also know that you bought a gun.
Keith Scott: [fake stunned] Oh my god! Was Dan shot? Or, wait... no, no, no, no, no, it was a fire. Yeah.

Dan Scott: You ready to confess?
Keith Scott: Yeah, OK. OK... I confess. I, um... bought a bottle of liquor. I was... I was just so thirsty. I'm sorry, Dan, can you forgive me?
Dan Scott: Son of a bitch!
Keith Scott: There's no need to bring mom into this, Danny!

"One Tree Hill: Something I Can Never Have (#2.17)" (2005)
Keith Scott: How could you do this to me?
Dan Scott: Everytime I thought about you screwing my wife and the heart attack you gave me it got easier.
Keith Scott: I can't believe you.
Dan Scott: Well maybe you could find out in the phone book. Look under 'w' for whore. But wait she's not that smart so look under 'h'.

"One Tree Hill: With Tired Eyes, Tired Minds, Tired Souls, We Slept (#3.16)" (2006)
Keith Scott: I'm not gonna leave you here son. I'm not gonna do that and i'll tell you why. Cause I've been there. I've bought the gun, and i planned on using it ok. I've been there. And I wanna tell you something, It gets better.
Jimmy Edwards: Not this, it can't.
Keith Scott: It does Jimmy. That pain in your stomach, that pain in your heart, it goes away. That voice in your head thats saying there's no way out, it's wrong Jimmy. Would you please, please just believe me. It gets better.
Jimmy Edwards: It won't! Not after this! I cant take this back! I can't erase this!
[starting to cry]
Jimmy Edwards: She's gonna die.
Keith Scott: You don't know that.
Jimmy Edwards: I just... I wanted... I wanted them to leave me alone. I just... I wanted them to like me.
Keith Scott: I understand son. It's what we all want. Thats all any of us want.
Jimmy Edwards: I'm not here... I'm not here.
Keith Scott: Jimmy please... it's gonna be ok son... it's gonna be ok.
Jimmy Edwards: [pounding on his chest] But it hurts! It hurts! It always hurts!
Keith Scott: I know... please... please...
Jimmy Edwards: I'm sorry...
[Points the gun to his chest and shoots himself]
Keith Scott: NOOOOO!

"One Tree Hill: Hanging by a Moment (#1.13)" (2004)
Keith Scott: It's funny, but I feel like I'm about to start the life that I always wanted.

"One Tree Hill: All Tomorrow's Parties (#3.14)" (2006)
Keith Scott: Whitey, what are you doing in our room?
Coach Whitey Durham: Don't you mean our room? Oh, the two of you shacked up together in sin. That's a bad example to the children. Ya oughta be ashamed of yourselves.
Karen Roe: But, uh...
Coach Whitey Durham: Oh, don't worry Karen. I'll take good care of him. Well, what have we got here? Mmmm... truffles.

"One Tree Hill: Return of the Future (#3.11)" (2006)
Dan Scott: Looks like you finally grew a pair!
Keith Scott: I always had a pair Danny. Just ask your wife.

"One Tree Hill: Songs to Love and Die By (#4.10)" (2006)
Keith Scott: [as a ghost] Seeing your mom still takes my breath away.
Lucas 'Luke' Scott: Even though technically you don't have any breath. I do. I just saw myself in the room. Guess I'm still breathing for now.
Keith Scott: She feels guilty for letting you play.
Lucas 'Luke' Scott: It's my fault. I didn't take my pills.
Keith Scott: Yeah, you know what? That was a very stupid thing to do, Luke.
Lucas 'Luke' Scott: I was trying to win a state championship. And anyway, is a spirit allowed to call people stupid?
Keith Scott: I'm dead. I can say whatever the hell I want.
Lucas 'Luke' Scott: Yeah, well it isn't very nice!
Keith Scott: Not taking your pills wasn't either.
Lucas 'Luke' Scott: Yes! I know that, but you don't have to call me stupid. So what if I don't wake up?
Keith Scott: I don't know, you tell me.
Lucas 'Luke' Scott: You don't know. You know for a SPIRIT, you SUCK at this.
Keith Scott: What do you want me to say?
Lucas 'Luke' Scott: I... I want to know if there's a heaven. I want to know about eternal like and all that stuff. I want to know if we're ever going to see each other again.
Keith Scott: We're seeing each other now right.
Lucas 'Luke' Scott: Ah, man, you REALLY suck at this, Keith.
Keith Scott: Alright, get out.

"One Tree Hill: Are You True? (#1.3)" (2003)
Keith Scott: Memory lane's a two-way street.

"One Tree Hill: The Places You Have Come to Fear the Most (#1.2)" (2003)
Keith Scott: Karen. Ready to go?
Karen Roe: Oh, I'm not going. I decided to stay open. I could use the business.
Keith Scott: You talk to Luke about this?
Karen Roe: No, but he'll understand.
Keith Scott: Karen...
Haley James: She doesn't want to go. She doesn't want to see her high school sweetheart slash your brother Dan slash the jerk who abandoned Lucas slash the father of Nathan, the team's star player slash my wrists if I hear this story again. Let's go.
Keith Scott: I think you're making a mistake.

"One Tree Hill: Danny Boy (#9.11)" (2012)
Nathan Scott: [Dan has just flatlined] Dad, Dad?
[shakes him]
Nathan Scott: Hey, hey! Dad, come on!
Dan Scott: [Nathan rushes to get help, Keith watches him leave... Dan's eyes open] Keith.
Keith Scott: [smiles] Hi, Danny.
Dan Scott: [Dan gets up out of bed and follows Keith out of the hospital room which transitions into the hallway where Keith was murdered] What are we doing back here, Keith?
Keith Scott: I don't think either one of us ever really left, Danny.
Dan Scott: Keith, if I could take it back...
Keith Scott: Well, you can't. I think we both know that.
Dan Scott: I'm so sorry. For that day and every day before it.
Keith Scott: [nods] I know you are, Danny. And I forgive you.
Dan Scott: I took you away from everyone and everything you ever cared about. How can you just forgive me?
Keith Scott: Well, you're dead, Danny. If I can't forgive you now, when can I?
[chuckles softly]
Keith Scott: Look Danny, you've done some horrific things. You can't change that, and you can't take it back. Since then, you've done everything you could to make up for it. You've become a better man.
Dan Scott: [scoffs] I lied about my heart transplant. My book and show were a fraud. I set my own diner on fire.
Keith Scott: [smiles] Well, I didn't say you were perfect. But nobody is. But you learned what's important. You learned to put friends and family first. And you've become the selfless, kind person that I always wanted for a brother.
Dan Scott: Like the kind of brother you were. For so many years, I was so jealous of you. I should've been trying to be more like you. I should have been proud of you. I am proud of you. I love you, Keith.
Keith Scott: [puts his hand on Dan's shoulder] I love you too, Danny.
[beckons towards Dan's room]
Keith Scott: Come on.
Keith Scott: [they gaze at their grieving family standing over Dan's body] I told you the voice was wrong... it gets better.
Keith Scott: Come on, little brother... take a walk with me.
Dan Scott: [they walk towards a mysterious light at the end of the hall] I know where you're going... but what about me?
Keith Scott: Don't worry little brother, you're my 'plus one'.
[Keith puts his hand on Dan's shoulder as they vanish into the light]

"One Tree Hill: Life in a Glass House (#1.7)" (2003)
Lucas Scott: [enthusiastically] Hey, guys, maybe we should have, like, a signal. You know, in case any of us wants to leave.
Keith Scott: [rather unenthusiastically] Or maybe we should just leave.
Lucas Scott: Oh, come on, that's no fun. How about "CAAAW"?
Karen Roe: "Caw"?
Lucas Scott: Yeah, you know, like a raven. CAAAW!
Karen Roe: CAAAW!

"One Tree Hill: Pilot (#1.1)" (2003)
Keith Scott: I'll tell you why. When I was a kid, my father took me to Raleigh to see David Thompson play. I was 9 years old. I couldn't have cared less about basketball. But when Thompson stepped on the court, he was so young, so quick, and just so graceful that I was mesmerized. I couldn't take my eyes off him until late in the game, and I look up at my dad, and he's got tears in his eyes. 14,000 strangers and my father's crying because he's so beautiful. He played with such poetry that he made us feel like we were a part of it. You have a gift, Luke, and it's a crime not to let people see it, to hide it in the park. It's a damn shame. That's why.