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Frustrated by Lucas' growing popularity at school, Nathan searches for Lucas' weak spot, and has the team begin to iniciate hazing incidents against him. Nathan also tries to seek tutoring help from Haley. Brooke begins to fall for Lucas. Meanwhile, Peyton is furious with Lucas for submitting her drawings to the local newspaper without her knowledge. Written by Anonymous

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The episode is named after a song by the band The New Amsterdams. See more »

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Jake's last name is spelled Jagielski, however in this episode when the Raven's win, you see the back of Jake's jersey which spells his name Jaglieski. See more »

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Dan Scott: Happiness doesn't come cheap. Hell if it did we would all be smiling.
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References Attack of the 50 Foot Woman (1958) See more »

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Don't say I never gave you anything
9 February 2013 | by See all my reviews

Keith and Hayley are definitely stuck in the friend zone with Karen and Lucas, however the difference is that Hayley is OK with being friends, whereas it seems Keith wants more. Karen can't be that oblivious and what does it say of her characters to encourage the situation. Though Hayleys comment about blonde Viking guys are hot is confused. Lucas is blonde, was she trying to say she thinks he is hot. Everything else says no, so this line seemed out of place.

Lucas removed the Scott name from the back of his basketball top because he didn't want to be owned or something. If this is the case, why not change his name? It's so conflicting and inconsistent.

I'm not clear on the motives behind Nathan asking Hayley for tutoring. We know Nathan's word in the Hemingway exercise was Revenge. Is this his way of getting to Lucas? Though he seems genuine, and seemed shocked when a mate referred to Hayley as "slumming it". Perhaps I'm just falling for his charm just like Hayley.

Also it seems like these Scott men are born terrible, and its only through the influence of wonderful women that they turn good. Are the Scott men that manipulatable?

Overall this episode continues to develop the complex relationships between the characters with a focus on keeping secrets, that are leaving me guessing and slightly frustrated - two points worth of frustrated.


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