2x03 Near Wild Heaven
NATHAN: I want you.
HALEY: God, I love you. How was the stripper?
NATHAN: Pretty good…at NBA Live. Other than that, I had no interest in her. I actually had to ask her to leave. How was the shower?
HALEY: Um…it was educational.
NATHAN: Oh yeah? What’d you learn?
HALEY: What I already knew. You are the one that I want.
NATHAN: Yeah, me too. Hey, where you going?
HALEY: Well, you know how I said tonight was educational? Honey, you’re gonna love the homework.
It was more than just a comet because of what it brought to his life: direction, beauty, meaning. There are many who couldn’t understand, and sometimes he walked among them. But even in his darkest hours, he knew in his heart that someday it would return to him, and his world would be whole again… And his belief in God and love and art would be re-awakened in his heart. It’s just this lost, little boy and then he sees the comet. Suddenly his life has meaning, and then he waits his whole life for the comet to return. He has faith that it will. Even though science, and intellect tells him it won’t. His heart still believes.
2x03 Near Wild Heaven
PEYTON: Hey! Here, drink this. It’ll help you with your hangover tomorrow.
HALEY: What’s in it?
PEYTON: You don’t wanna know. Drink up!
HALEY: You sure you guys don’t want me to help you wash the dishes? I totally can.
BROOKE: Absolutely not! The guest of honour is not doing the dishes.
PEYTON: Look, we’re probably gonna be here for a while so you should just take that limo home. I think Mrs. Scott’s had a long night.
HALEY: Hm.. Mrs Scott. You guys probably think I’m crazy for getting married.
PEYTON: No! Alright um, maybe a little.
BROOKE: You guys totally have the whole Nick and Jessica thing going on just without stalkarazzi and chickeny-tuna.
HALEY: Yeah well, I guess I can’t really help it if I found the guy I wanna be with my first time out. Isn’t that what it’s all about? Maybe if we’re not out there looking for the one we wanna be with forever then what are we doing?
BROOKE: Having fun?
HALEY: Oh, love is fun! This kind of love is anyway. Actually, I’d really like to go home to my husband if you don’t mind.
BROOKE: Class dismissed.