One Tree Hill: Nathan And Haley’s 11 Most Romantic Moments

  
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Over the course of nine seasons, a lot changed on One Tree Hill, but one thing that stayed the same was the fans’ love for Nathan Scott and Haley James. It didn’t take long for their relationship to overshadow Peyton and Lucas’s, and with good reason, as it endured through the entire show, long after audiences said goodbye to the characters of Peyton and Lucas. The one thing that made Nathan and Haley so great were that they were so believable, and every moment shared seemed incredibly real, which of course was thanks to great acting by James Lafferty and Bethany Joy Lenz. They made our hearts melt again and again, and to show our love for their love, we decided to bring together the 11 most romantic moments between Nathan and Haley on One Tree Hill.

11. When It All Began – S1, E3

A moment that is etched into the minds of all fans are Nathan’s iconic lines, “Don’t say I never gave you anything.” For many who love One Tree Hill, it is hard to remember the early episodes of season one where Nathan Scott was the villain character. It was this moment, however, that we realized he was different with Haley, and there was a different side of him away from the vain jock who treated Peyton and Lucas horribly.


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10. The First Kiss – S1, E8

Of course, no one can change overnight, and there were some definite rocky moments between Nathan and Haley before they could form a relationship. Following the note disaster at Nathan’s beach house party, the two went on a date orchestrated by Brooke, which ended badly after Nathan wouldn’t admit to his basketball friends he was on a date with Haley. Just when Haley thought he was the rude, arrogant guy he appeared, Nathan showed up and made one of the most romantic declarations on the show: he wanted to change and wanted to change for her. “I wanna be somebody who’s good enough to be seen with you.” This was not only a huge moment for Nathan’s character development, but a defining moment in starting the Naley storyline.

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