Meanwhile, Natasha and Dan are trying to figure out why they were never together in high school. Natasha: "I mean, I dated one of your best friends." Dan: "You know, it's better that we're coming at each other like this, because in high school, I wouldn't have been ready." Natasha: "Wow, we are so good together that we can articulately and even narratively express our feelings for one other." They look at the sunset and marvel at the beauty of the light that shines out of their asses. They start canoodling, and dancing, and Dan starts caressing and even sort of prodding her face. Natasha is interviewed on the boat. "Dan and I are just getting closer and closer I'm torn about this situation, because I really like Dan, but I have a boyfriend at home." JS: "What, did they wait for Dan to go pee so they could make Natasha talk to the camera?" Natasha: "I'm trying to be good but it's hard, it's hard here!" The interview must have gone on awhile, because we noticed that during the last part of it the sun got lower and lower. Man, Dan must have been taking a dump if it was that long.
At the house, Nicole is sitting around talking with Sarah about Dan. "God, I had this idea that he was, like, this great guy," says Nicole. Sarah's nodding. "He's different now." It's hard to tell if Sarah is just humoring Nicole or what, but they decide that Dan's "weird." The Sisterhood Of The Oblivious recognizes that weird is one of the more common intimacy problems men experience. Nicole says in an interview that she'd heard Natasha has a serious boyfriend, a live-in boyfriend, and yet, she and Dan have been constantly together since Day Two. Back on the boat, Dan is picking up Natasha and spinning her around; he's nuzzling her, he's licking her ear, there's some scary gyrating going on against the railing of the boat deck, and at one point it looks like they might flip overboard. LT: "Well, Dan could double as a life raft." Natasha says in voice-over that she's really confused about what she wants to do with Dan, since she has her boyfriend at home. "I'm trying to be good; I'm trying to resist, like, kissing." It's true that there is almost no kissing among the frottage and neck-snarfing and dry-humping.