The way you looking so good in the cotton dress There’s just no telling what I’ll do next But one thing’s for sure and it’ll sure be fun Stay away from my trigger, I’m a loaded gun Stay away from my trigger, I’m a loaded gun
HALEY: Excuse me, umm.. hi. I just need to talk to someone about my husband. He’s um, Nathan Scott and he’s missing. OFFICER: How long has he been missing? HALEY: Well he was supposed to come home last night at 9 o’clock and- OFFICER: We can’t file a report until 24 hours have passed. CHRIS: Whoah, whoah, that’s it? OFFICER: 24 hours. CHRIS: Did you see ‘Training Day’? You know Denzel was the bad guy in that movie.. HALEY: Chris, don’t you’re going to make it worse. OFFICER: I don’t like your tone. CHRIS: I don’t like lazy cops. HALEY: I’m sorry.. OFFICER: Look, peacock. We have rules for a reason. Men leave their wives every day. Especially professional athletes. HALEY: What does that mean? CHRIS: Oh okay, so now we’re making generalisations. So you’re the jackass in high school who now gets to harass people and carry a gun. (To Haley) Can you give us a moment? HALEY: ‘Kay. CHRIS: Alright, look buddy. I know this woman. She wouldn’t be here if there wasn’t a problem, Nathan Scott is a good guy - a great father, responsible husband. C’mon man, even if he wasn’t.. would you leave her? Something’s wrong here, I promise. She just needs someone to make her feel better. To make her feel like everything’s going to be okay. OFFICER: Mrs Scott? I’ll do what I can do, okay. But I can do a lot more for you after 24 hours.
“Chris Keller (played by Tyler Hilton) carries a torch for Haley, there’s no doubt about it. They’re both older now, but they’re still the same people they always were — and Chris is still a wonderful scoundrel.” - Mark Schwahn.