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Posing as a student, she watches him from afar while a seemingly drunk Daniel quotes William Blake's The Marriage of Heaven and Hell to another student: "If the doors of perception were cleansed, everything would appear to man as it is: infinite." Daniel applies this to wanting infinite freedom from the Grayson family's expectations and the world's perception of being a Grayson. Calling her 'study bug', the two later approach her to settle the argument, just as she was about to leave. When asked if she knew who Daniel is, she says no, so the girl introduces him as a soon-to-be rich man who wants to throw it all away to become a "penniless" poet since he can't be both at the same time because his parents would never allow it. The girl thinks the idea is crazy, but Amanda tells him that there's nothing more poetic than just proving to everyone that he is a different man compared to his parents. They met for the first time during the Memorial Day Party when Amanda dropped a glass on Daniel.They got engaged two times before getting married, but their marriage didn't last that much because Daniel discovered that Amanda had been lying to him.After that they became enemies, trying to destroy each other, until they make peace in Daniel's final moments before he died.
In "Pilot" Daniel first meets Emily at the Grayson's Memorial Day Party when Emily (deliberately) spills her drink onto his jacket.
The situation causes the two to chat with each other throughout the party until most of the guests have left. Intimidation is practically a sign of endearment with her.