August: I've been meaning to bump into you. As a matter of fact, I was hoping we might grab that drink you promised.
Emma: Is that you asking me out?
August: Well, if putting a label on it makes you more comfortable, sure. Let's call it a date.
Emma: I thought you came here to write, find inspiration.
August: I'm optimistic about our date.
Emma: Two teacups in the sink, new perfume, late nights, plunging necklines--it was not hard to connect the dots.
Mary Margaret: Plunging?
Emma: When I met you, you were a top button kind of girl.
Emma: I just thought a drink was like, wine or whiskey.
August: You want me to get you drunk?
August: Next time.
Emma: You are optimistic.
August: If you need evidence for everything, Emma, you're gonna finds yourself stuck in one place for a long time.
Emma: Maybe. Or maybe I'll just find the truth before anyone else.
James: True love isn’t easy, but it must be fought for. Because once you find it, it can never be replaced.