Brooke Davis: Oh, my mom's a bitch, Lindsay's a bitch, is there a woman here tonight you haven't called a bitch? Brooke Davis: It's either that or my fists talk to her face and that's gonna be a longer conversation. Victoria Davis: Did you schedule a conference call with Macy's? Peyton Sawyer: No, I came up with that one for free. [Brooke says nothing] Brooke: [to Haley, who she calls Brooke] Answer the question Brooke!
Brooke Davis: First of all, I'm not destroying anything and second, zero is not a size! Victoria Davis: Well, I advise you keep your little underachieving mouth shut. Brooke: [later] [the car runs out of gas] Brooke: [beeping to signal that there isn't gas] I hear birds. Brooke: [pointing to Haley] So what's the deal with that one anyway?
Brooke Penelope Davis is a fictional character from the CW television series One Tree Hill, ...
After uniting against Nicki (Jake Jagielski's ex-girlfriend), Brooke and Peyton agree to a truce and slowly begin to rebuild their friendship.
She is very close to many characters on the show such as Lucas Scott, who was Brooke's ex boyfriend, Peyton Sawyer, her best friend since the age of nine, former roommates Haley James Scott and Rachel Gatina, Nathan Scott and close friend Mouth Mc Fadden. She was known as "the lost party girl", who just hooked up with guys and gets drunk, usually making a fool of herself.The celebration of the chance taken and the challenge that lies ahead. Like a team braced against the tempests of the world.And love will always be the guiding force in our lives. Only an announcement to the world of feelings long held, promises made long ago in the sacred space in our hearts.Brooke: Oh great, so you kiss Peyton, again, and I'm pushing you away!? I am holding on for dear life, but I need you to need me back.Lucas: I love you Brooke, I don't know how else to say it. Okay, why wouldn't you tell me about the kiss and why didn't you call me while you were away and why won't you ever just let me all the way in? Remember tonight, for it is the beginning of always.