“We used to call ourselves the Three Musketeers.”
When Iris explains the torture of unrequited love.
And when the camera shoots to the outside of her beautiful little cottage in Surrey.
(The inside is equally adorable and quaint.)
Then there was the time Iris made plans to escape the U.K. during the holidays.
Because she was a little… sad… to say the least.
When Amanda hits it off with Graham, Iris’ gorgeous brother, during her stay in Surrey.
And when they kiss for the first time.
How about when Iris first meets Miles and they have a real ~ moment ~ thanks to the Los Angeles wind.
Of course, when Arthur gives Iris some helpful advice regarding her love life.
And it really, really resonates with her.
Also, when Miles asks the question we all want the answer to.
And he has yet another ~ moment ~ with Iris.
Because doesn’t love make all of us inquisitive, existential, and exhausted?
Don’t even get me started with the cuteness of Graham’s performance as Mr. Napkinhead.
And the sweet, sensitive relationship he has with his daughters.
When Amanda opens up to Graham about her childhood and tells him what her family used to call themselves.
AND HIS DAUGHTER SAYS THAT’S WHAT THEY CALL THEIR FAMILY TOO. *HEARTSPLODE*
Then there’s the scene when Graham tells Amanda he loves her.
And she doesn’t know how to respond but all you want her to say is, “I LOVE YOU TOO!”
How about when Iris convinces Arthur to attend the award ceremony honoring his work as a Hollywood screenwriter?
And when he walks up on stage — with a standing ovation in the background — all by himself?
Then there’s the time Miles finally gets the sense to ask Iris out, and they’re both smitten as hell.
And when Amanda doesn’t fly back to L.A. when she’s supposed to because she decides she loves Graham too much to leave.
And everyone ends up happily ever after celebrating New Year’s Eve together.
Happily. Ever. After. <3