• Season 3, Ep 12

Is Natalie Putting David In The Friend Zone?

On their final naked date, David serenades Natalie but Natalie questions the type of relationship she wants with David.

09/07/2016 · 2:30

>> Hammock time, right?

>> It's our final--

>> Our last hammock time.

>> I've always known that I like

David.

But I never really was tested on

where I want David and I to be,

which makes this date even more

intense.

>> So, listen, this is like to

us, everything that is us and

everything that us will be.

I'm putting myself in a position

where I know what I want.

And I'm nervous about being

vulnerable and putting myself in

a position to be so open and be

so disappointed.

The first week I started to

like--to write--

You were the inspiration behind,

like, the song.

The song for Natalie is what--

>> What?

>> Yeah.

It was...

♪ If I could only take

♪ One thing away from paradise

♪ It would just be you

♪ You're my only vice

Mwah.

♪ All the beauty in the world

♪ It could not replace

♪ Butterflies I feel

♪ When I see your face

♪ Knowing you

♪ Is all I really need ♪

That's your song for Natalie.

You know?

>> That was beautiful.

>> I know that regardless to who

the selection is in elimination,

we'll still leave here with each

other.

>> Uh-huh.

>> It just depends on how we

leave here with each other, and

that's the big decision that we

have to make is how we're gonna

leave here with each other.

>> Whoa.

David knows me more than any man

on this island.

And I don't want to lose that.

But what scares me is me not

being able to get out of my own

head.

Like we have grown so close.

Like sometimes I, like, friend

zone people who shouldn't be

friend zoned, because I get too

scared of losing them.

>> Friend zone?

I don't like that zone.

>> I always want you in my life

forever.

You just like made me such a

better person.

>> Oh, thanks, Nat.

>> [crying]

And, erm, it's like no matter

what, there's that fear that if

things don't work out, you know,

sometimes people aren't in their

lives anymore.

And I just, like, can never see

myself--

>> DAVID: Yeah.

>> --without you.

And that's what scares me.

>> Yeah.

Like I don't know if she's

saying these things to kind of

prepare me for a letdown

tomorrow.

But it's definitely something

that's alarming.

>> I don't wanna make the

wrong decision.