On his second wedding-day, Nathan wakes up from a nightmare about Haley drowning. At Keith's grave Dan calls him his would be-murderer, Deb dares not confess the truth. Haley gets Karens warmhearted approval to get 'married again' in a wedding dress Brooke made from the same material as hers. Brooke walks out on Peyton, calling her a backstabbing bitch. Dan helps Lucas tying his white tie. Lucas offers to give Haley away, to her delight, as her parents don't come. The renewed vows exalt the power of love. When Dan says to Deb they'll get married again to, she tells him she was the arsonist; he goes weep at Keith's grave and apologizes to Karen, who tells him she's pregnant. Brooke throws the full drama when Lucas accidentally tells her about his library kiss with wounded Peyton; yet they both make fine toasts on the happy couple. Rachel saw Coop complimenting the singer Michelle Featherstone and after his lame toast steps to the microphone to call him a hypocrite. Brooke dances with ... Written by
Did You Know?
For this entire season, the show was nominated for the 2006 Teen Choice Award for "Choice Drama/Action/Adventure TV Show". Plus, Chad Michael Murray (Lucas) was nominated for "Choice TV Actor-Drama/Action/Adventure", and Sophia Bush (Brooke) was nominated for "Choice TV Actress-Drama/Action/Adventure". See more
When the limo goes off the bridge, it lands upside down in the river. It's also upside down in the next season's premiere when it's hoisted out of the water by a crane. But it appears to be right-side-up in other shots when the inside is shown underwater. As the car is sinking, its unconscious passengers are shown sitting right-side-up. When Nathan swims in and gets trapped he is also right-side-up; the closed moon-roof is clearly visible above his head as he's yelling for help. See more
William Shakespeare wrote; 'Love is not love which alters when it alteration finds. It is an ever fixed mark that looks on tempests and is never shaken. Love alters not with time's brief hours and weeks, but bears it out even to the edge of doom'.
Babe I'm Gonna Leave You
Written by Jimmy Page
and Robert Plant
Performed by Led Zeppelin See more