He tricked me. I fell for his charm, like I always do, and… he left me like he always does. He just doesn’t know you. If he would spend one real second with you, he would know that you’re the most caring, most loving, most amazing person in the world. If you make the “Ravens” TV show, can you make him get hit by a bus or something? I’ll probably just leave him out.
You could come with me. I can’t. You say that every time. And you say “I can’t” every time. Because I can’t. But the movie’s almost over, and then you can come back to Tree Hill, and we can finally be together, right? Yes, of course.
I feel like people get lost when they think of happiness as a destination, we’re always thinking that someday we’ll be happy. That we’ll get that car, or that job, or that person in our lives that will fix everything. But happiness is a mood, and it’s a condition, not a destination. It’s like being tired or hungry, it’s not permanent. It comes and goes but that’s okay. I feel like if people thought of it that way, they’d find happiness more often.
I remember thinking that doing a Season 9 of One Tree Hill was a really stupid idea and they should have just let it die with Season 8, but then it totally ended up being one of the most badass and intense seasons they had overall (maybe minus the whole “I forgot I had a kid for 6 years” storyline).