When you write a letter somehow you put a little of your soul in that letter." About a week after Noah pours his soul into a letter to Christie, they meet up for their second date in Hoonah to drink milkshakes.
And in this episode it was exemplified by his hand-built writing desk, which he sits at when he wants to be alone with his thoughts and poetry.
But mostly he needs this writing desk because "a formal relationship should always be started via letter.
This is less like a second date and more like the conversation you have with someone after 50 years of marriage.
But Noah saves their boring date by suggesting Christie meet his mom, Ami.
Noah is a real baby about the whole thing, saying things like, "I thought it was her, the one I was looking for," and "soulmates don't hurt each other." Then the craziest thing that has ever happened in the history of "Alaskan Bush People" happened -- I could actually relate to Billy Brown for two seconds.