One Tree Hill/With Tired Eyes, Tired Minds, Tired Souls, We Slept

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With Tired Eyes, Tired Minds, Tired Souls, We Slept
Season 3, Episode 16
Airdate March 1, 2006
Written by
Directed by
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With Tired Eyes, Tired Minds, Tired Souls, We Slept is the sixteenth episode of the third season of One Tree Hill, and the sixty-first episode overall.

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Plot Overview

Jimmy Edwards, the school loser decides he is fed up with his classmates giving him a hard time and being left out. He brings a gun into the school and hides it. Fellow classmates go through his locker and he gets angry. He pulls out the gun as Brooke and Peyton enter though the doors. He shoots and the girls duck. Brooke makes a break for it and gets outside. She turns and realizes Peyton wasn't with her. The basketball team arrives from a school bus. Lucas runs over to Brooke and comforts her. She informs the team of the situation and Peyton getting lost. Nathan worries about Haley and goes inside. Lucas chases after him and inside the boys go. Haley helps Rachel, Skills, a scared girl, and a bigmouth boy get safe in the tutor center. Unfortunately, they also bring in Jimmy Edwards. Nathan and Lucas find blood. Nathan goes to find Haley and Lucas to find Peyton. Lucas finds Peyton in the library, bleeding. She claims it was glass but Lucas discovers a bullet and cares for her. He promises her safety and Peyton kisses him in case he breaks his promise. Nathan runs into Mouth in the hallway. Mouth was in the a/v room with headphones and didn't hear the announcement. Nathan takes him to the tutor center. After arguing with the other kids, Haley finally gets Nathan and Mouth in there. They decide to get out but Jimmy aims the gun at them. He tells them to remain in the room or die. He takes their cell phones away leaving the police out of it. Dan stand outside with the SWAT team furiously. He glares at a hugging Keith and Karen concerned about Lucas. Keith explains to Dan that Jimmy isn't a bad kid. Dan replies by saying "He is now." Jimmy rants about how he gets left out everyday. One day, nobody noticed him at all. He was depressed so he took an antidepressants. Then another. Then, just for fun, he took 12 more. It was declared an accident and nobody noticed when he came back. Haley noticed the girl in the back looking woozy. She took a look at her and noticed she was a diabetic. After convincing Jimmy to let her go, the girl was able to make a break for it to get "her penicillin." She made it outside. A reporter searched the scene for a story and Brooke told her to feel ashamed of herself. A mom approached Brooke asking if she had seen her daughter Glenda. "She said you're best friends." the mom told her. Brooke smiled and said. "Oh, I thought you said Brenda." Brooke stood outside and cried. She later found the girl and talked to her. She apologized for not knowing her and the girl replied by saying she knew her and she wanted her mom to feel for her for a moment. The girl got up and left the gym. Nathan texted Dan that there was only one shooter and that they were in the tutor center. Lucas came out with Peyton and the door slammed loudly behind him. Jimmy approached him, aiming for him. Lucas explained her condition and Keith entered the room. Jimmy claimed he didn't mean to hurt her. Keith blocked Lucas so he could escape. The police searched them as Peyton was taken away. Keith talked to Jimmy. Jimmy realized he would never be noticed and shot himself. Outside, his mother waited, worried about him. Dan came in and Keith sat by the body. "He's gone, Danny." Keith replied. Dan looked at the gun and picked it up. He aimed at Keith and Keith got up. Dan smiled and pulled the trigger. Keith flew back hitting the floor. The episode ended.

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