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All That You Can't Leave Behind 

After the disastrous party and car crash, things still look bad for everyone. Peyton meets coach at the cemetery and exchanges grief and memories about her mother's death in a car accident ... See full summary »



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Terry Horton ...
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After the disastrous party and car crash, things still look bad for everyone. Peyton meets coach at the cemetery and exchanges grief and memories about her mother's death in a car accident the one time she ignored a red light and his late wife Camilla. With the benefit match between the Ravens boys and their fathers coming up, captained by Nathan and Dan Scott, Keith is honored to be asked as substitute by his nephew Lucas, and joins in with his mother asking him to reconsider his intent to change his last name to hers after Dan barged in at Keith's auto shop saying Lucas is unworthy of the name. At the game, Dan is the only father who can't just enjoy being creamed by their heirs- he even barges in with the boys after their glorious first half, barking so badly Keith has to defend even Nathan. Dan's behavior on the court is no more sportsmanlike, even at Nathan's expense- the golden boy's filial loyalty gets shocked in both senses of that verb. Written by KGF Vissers

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Drama | Romance | Sport





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21 October 2003 (USA)  »

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1.33 : 1
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The episode is named after a song by 'U2'. See more »


When Dan knocks Nathan on the floor during the game someone helps him up. When the camera is on Nathan the person helping him up is wearing black shorts, but when the shot widens it is Lucas helping him up and he is in the white uniform shorts. See more »


Peyton: [to Whitey at the graveyard] So what are you doing here? Making a reservation?
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I Don't Want To Be
Written and Performed by Gavin DeGraw
J Records
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Don't go all Mariah on me, OK?
9 February 2013 | by (Ballarat, Australia) – See all my reviews

This episode is all about the past continuing to haunt different characters. The newspaper article serves to remind Dan about his mistakes with Karen and Lucas, and also about Keith being the father figure without the benefits of being the husband figure. The anniversary of Peytons mother triggers a downward spiral on an issue that she is still trying to resolve 7 years later. I liked finding out that Peytons mum was a Cheerleader too. It serves to explain why Peyton is.

Finally someone said what I've been thinking about Lucas changing his name, and it was Dan. I guess I can be happy that we share the same view, then all of a sudden Lucas agrees! However simultaneously I've come to realize that Keith is a Scott too, and Keith is the father figure and that's why Lucas is a Scott, not because of Dan. For Lucas to change his name is an insult to Keith, but also in a way makes him redundant. Keith would lose his claim to remain in their lives.

Another random thought that occurred to me is how are Lucas and Nathan in the same grade at school? Dan and Deb weren't together yet when LUcas was born. So how does that work?

I think it was too much of a co-incidence for Lucas to guess that Hayley's bracelet was from Nathan. Are teenage boys really that in tune? Are teenage girls for that matter? I'm going to deduct a point just for the bracelet, harsh but fair.

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