|S6 ←||One Tree Hill Season 7||S8 →|
|#01||"4:30 AM (Apparently They Were Traveling Abroad)"||#09||"Now You Lift Your Eyes To The Sun"||#17||"At The Bottom Of Everything"|
|#02||"What Are You Willing To Lose?"||#10||"You Are A Runner And I Am My Father's Son"||#18||"The Last Day Of Our Acquaintance"|
|#03||"Hold My Hand As I'm Lowered"||#11||"You Know I Love You, Don't You"||#19||"Every Picture Tells A Story"|
|#04||"Believe Me, I'm Lying"||#12||"Some Roads Lead Nowhere"||#20||"Learning To Fall"|
|#05||"Your Cheatin' Heart"||#13||"Weeks Go By Like Days"||#21||"What's In The Ground Belongs To You"|
|#06||"Deep Ocean Vast Sea"||#14||"Family Affair"||#22||"Almost Everything I Wish I'd Said The Last Time I Saw You..."|
|#07||"I And Love And You"||#15||"Don't You Forget About Me"|
|#08||"I Just Died In Your Arms Tonight"||#16||"My Attendance Is Bad But My Intentions Are Good"|
"I Just Died In Your Arms Tonight" is the eight episode of the seventh season of One Tree Hill and the 138th produced episode of the series. It was broadcast on November 2, 2009. Julian agrees to go on a weekend camping trip but struggles to fit in with Nathan and the guys. Back in Tree Hill, Brooke and Haley spend Girl's Night doing a little bonding of their own, and Quinn helps Clay come to terms with a tragic loss. Meanwhile, Dan and Rachel's shared past catches up to them.
When the boys go camping in the woods, Julian proves to generously-hospitable tent-mate Nathan that a 'sissy city-type' can be of use too, as campfire-story-teller and even with Jamie, who after all doesn't always feel like copying super-daddy. Meanwhile the girls party reveals to Haley that Brooke and Quinn fed her space-cake for years, before a 'medium' stresses them all. Clayton stays at home with his late wife Sara's specter, and even after she leaves firmly turns temptress Quinn away. Dan has new nightmares about death and fatherhood.
- "I'm not a guy's guy. I don't have homies."
- "I don't think anyone has had homies since 1989."
- "When Hales was in high school she used to get really stressed about grades and tests, so we'd make her special brownies."
- "Special brownies? What's in them?"
- "You know, the usual: eggs, milk, brownie mix .... a little weed."
- "Does she know that?"
- "Looks like the boys aren't the only ones going on a trip tonight."
- "So Hales, Taylor's recipe calls for an eighth of grand daddy purple."
- "What is that...some kind of breakfast cereal?"
- "Not exacly.."
- "I have to go throw up. I can't believe all these years you and Taylor were getting me high! I can't be doing this. I have a child!"
- "Who's away for the weekend! You've had a rough few months... Who knew all these years tutor girl was actually stoner girl?"
- "I'm so getting you back for this."
- "You knew Jamie needed that.. how'd you know about the gate?"
- "It's no big deal, I saw it while I was getting fire wood."
- "95% of being a parent is instinct, and you've got great ones. You'll be a great parent when the time comes."
- "Okay. If this is our last night on earth I just want you to know I am really glad we are spending it together."
- "No, this is silly. You are just paranoid, we aren't hearing things it was just the brownies."
- (both hear a noise) " It's coming from the closet."
- "Oh this is ridiculous."
- "That's what Zelda said!"
- "Okay."(starts looking at phone and typing)
- "Evil spirit, in the closet, here I come!"
- "Wait! Oryctolagus Cuniculas, the latin word for (opens the closet) bunny rabbit."
- "Huh! Zelda's a bitch!"
- "Moving In Stereo" - The Cars
- "Pass The Dutchie" - Musical Youth
- "You Break Me Down" - Ryan Calhoun
- "Feels Like The End" - Shane Alexander
- "You've Got Some Nerve" - The Spies
- "Inside These Lines" - Trent Dabbs
- "Black Swan Song" - Athlete
This episode's title originated from the song (I Just) Died In Your Arms, originally sung by Cutting Crew.
- Millicent does not appear in this episode.
- It is Sara's last episode.
- The scene of Sara coming out of the pool and telling Clay how cute she always found him is a reference to the infamous pool fantasy from the 1982 comedy film Fast Times at Ridgemont High.
- Jamie tells Chuck the story of Nanny Carrie. ("Hundred")("You've Dug Your Own Grave, Now Lie In It")