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Warned by manager Bobby there's an NBA scout, Nathan and his protégé Nino perform excellently, then wait for a call. Lucas opposes Peyton preparing a 'posthumous' time-capsule and ask for a... See full summary »

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Lucas Scott
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Nathan Scott
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Haley James Scott (as Bethany Joy Galeotti)
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Brooke Davis
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Dan Scott (credit only)
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Marvin 'Mouth' McFadden
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Antwon 'Skills' Taylor
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Jamie Scott
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Millicent 'Millie' Huxtable (as Lisa Goldstein) (credit only)
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Lauren
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Samantha 'Sam' Walker
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Mia Catalano
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Nino Jones
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Victoria Davis
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Warned by manager Bobby there's an NBA scout, Nathan and his protégé Nino perform excellently, then wait for a call. Lucas opposes Peyton preparing a 'posthumous' time-capsule and ask for a rushed marriage on account of her pregnancy risk. Nathan makes him reconsider and drops off Jamie with 'his uncle Keith'. Brook, Sam and Victoria are too busy to concentrate on Peyton's baby-shower or business. They are preoccupied as to whether Sam should be encouraged to spend time with birth mother Rebecca. Written by KGF Vissers

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Sam's mother's house has a red door. In high school, Brooke was referred to as The Girl Behind the Red Door. See more »

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Before the game starts, Irons makes a comment about having an eight game winning streak. Then during the game, the announcer comments how they may win their eighth game in a row. See more »

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