Now Cooper is conscious again and questioned by the police, he takes the blame for driving the limousine, which gets unworthy ex-lover Rachel off the hook, before she confesses her 'pregnancy' was her most unforgivable lie. Nathan tells him and Lucas he thinks he didn't save anyone, even needed to be saved himself, and when Lucas assures not to have done it that he believes he saw their late uncle Keith. Dan keeps imagining people and things calling him a murderer. Cooper leaves town, Rachel invites Brooke in vain to start picking up guys that very night. After Haley reports Deb's insulting attitude chased a customer and her gun accidentally went off in the coffee-shop, the junkie rather quits the partnership with Karen, who sees her pills, then go back in rehab. Nathan refuses to let his immature parents' problems cross his own life again, he concentrates on the play-offs as ticket for a scholarship. Peyton suggests Lucas may patch up with Brooke by taking her place in the annual ... Written by
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The episode is named after a song by The Absentee. See more
When Nathan wakes up on the bridge his shirt has the number 20 backwards, but in the episode previous it was the right way when he was on the bridge. See more
Listen to me, no matter what happened on that bridge, it was still my fault. I knew how old Rachel was, and I didn't walk away. That's not very heroic is it? Anyways, I wouldn't even be alive to say anything if it wasn't for you.
Performed by Shiny Toy Guns See more