Nathan talks about his love for Muay Thai, finds out that Roni has no idea who Jamie Foxx is, and Nathan admits he has constipated eyes, meaning it's difficult for him to cry. Nathan addresses his frustration on the idea that success brings short term happiness and relationships bring long term happiness. Then they go on discussing John Gottman's Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse describing actions that are sure ways to end any kind of relationship. Roni suggests tangible actions to strengthen a relationship during tough times. Lastly, Roni asks Nathan whether or not he currently even wants to be in a committed romantic relationship.