3x16 With Tired Eyes, Tired Minds, Tired Souls, We Slept
First Aired: Mar. 01, 2006 on The WB
Summary: Lives hang in the balance when a student brings a gun to school. In the mayhem resulting from the first shot fired, Brooke is able to get out of the school, but leaves Peyton behind. Nathan and Lucas run back into the line of fire to protect Haley and Peyton. There, Peyton reveals her true…
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Jimmy Edwards: You know they're going to remember me as a monster but I wonder how they'll remember you?
We had a snow day. Sixth grade, do you remember? It was like this whole other world just came in overnight and took ours away. Brooke, she came over and we made a snowfort... with a tunnel. And we stayed in there all day. It seemed so safe, like everything was okay. Like everything our world was about to become, maybe we could just stop it and stay little kids for one more day. But then it got cold, kinda like now. They're gonna come now. All of them. The reporters and the psychologists and the analysts. And the so-called experts. And they're gonna try and make sense of this. But they're not gonna be able to. And even if we do make it out of here, we're always gonna carry it with us. Its never gonna be the same.
Rachel Gattina: 700 days. High School, out of 20 or 30 thousand, can't you see past that. It's only 700 days
- Goof (continuity error): In the library, when Peyton is telling Lucas that Jimmy Edwards is the shooter, his blue shirt goes from being on, to off in the next shot, and then back to on.
- This episode marks the final appearance of Craig Sheffer (Keith) as a series regular
- The episode is named after a song by Explosions in the Sky.