I sold my house,
and then I quit my job, and I moved to this town
that I’ve never heard of just so I can live in there. Oh, no. As the mayor of Virgin River, I’d like to officially welcome you
to our little slice of heaven. -I obviously can’t stay here.
-I’ll have it cleaned. Did you just put a… Is that
a bird’s nest from the oven? Wow, I didn’t know city girls
could shoot whiskey. What makes you think
I’m a city girl? We don’t tend to get a lot
of visitors as beautiful as you. I’m sorry.
Does that line really work? -I’m the new nurse.
-I don’t need you. -Well, I signed a contract.
-Not with me you didn’t. -You are a stubborn goat.
-Maybe I should just go. -Stay.
-Go. I’m worried about you.
Just come home. Stop trying to punish yourself
for what happened. Nobody blames you. I keep telling myself
that I’m crazy for not packing up
and going home. How about a show
of Virgin River hospitality? You might want to keep
your eye on the ball there. Okay. -What is going on?
-I’m with a patient. Boy, they said you were
a looker and they weren’t lying. So– so, you just…
just moved here? Small towns.
The internet is slow, -but the gossip is fast.
-Right. You don’t want to face the past
so you ran away from home. I came here
so that I could help people. I know how hard it can be
to make a fresh start. I hope you’ll stick around.