They move back in together and Nathan asks Haley to 'marry' him again and renew their vows. While planning their vow renewal, they receive a visit from Nathan's uncle Cooper, but they are dubious about his relationship with Rachel Gatina. Deb returns and she and Nathan file a restraining order against Dan , with Nathan initiating, while Nathan beats old "High Flyers" rival Damien West in an all-important game. On the morning of his wedding, Nathan is traumatized following a nightmare where Haley was drowning and he couldn't save her. He gets Lucas to keep a close eye on Haley in the hours leading up to the ceremony. All goes well and they renew their vows, though Rachel causes a scene at the reception over Cooper sleeping with her despite her age. Nathan and Haley head to London for their honeymoon and Haley has something to tell Nathan but before he gets to hear it, they have a near-collision with Cooper and Rachel on the Mollina Bridge and Cooper's car goes into the water. Nathan dives in to rescue his uncle but becomes trapped and gasping for air, fighting for his life in the season finale.
Not sure why you're being so downvoted. This kid is gonna be paying the price hardcore if he doesn't end up getting a card. I can think of things that are a lot worse than simply getting a heart attack and dying at 50. Plus, he's one those dime a dozen online diet coaches that probably doles out awesome advice like "don't eat carbs after 6" and "fruit is like eating candy" all while pinning Tren into his butt; exploiting the moron sheeple that are too lazy to read on their own and won't make any results anyway. Some of these stupid fucks even think they're going to look anything like him. I'm not gonna sit here and hate too much. He's living the dream honestly and it looks like he is happy, I just don't think it's sustainable or smart to put all your eggs in one basket like that. All it takes is one nagging injury or the doc telling you you're going on dialysis and that's it. You're done. Thanks for playing.