"A" and Rhiannon go for a walk in the woods on the weekend.
"A" and Rhiannon talk about their friendship.
" It's too much. You're too perfect right now. I can't imagine being with someone like ... you."
"Why can't you like me like this?"
"A" agrees to give Rhiannon more time to think about their friendship.
"I can't look beyond her, okay?"
"But don't look at her- look at me."
"A" and Rhiannon go for a walk and talk about the previous days that they have spent together.
"A" asks Rhiannon about why she doesn't like how it is always a different person. She tells it that it's hard to get used to a different person everyday.
I choses this scene because it defines why its would be hard to be friends with a different person each day. It is also a scene where "A" excepts that it will take a while for Rhiannon to get used to the idea of a new person everyday.