Studies say four minutes of uninterrupted eye contact increases intimacy.
I like your...
Oh, thank you.
Whatever it is, it's like infinity.
I feel nervous. Do you feel nervous? I don't know what we're doing.
It's all right.
I should have peed first.
So we invited 12 people to test this theory out.
What? You mean staring at each other's...looking into each other's eyes?
Doesn't seem natural.
Four minutes is a long time.
No other instructions?
No, I have to look in your eyes.
Yeah, that's it.
I just gotta rub my eyes.
I can blink, right?
Shh! You're not supposed to talk.
I'm gonna hypnotize you...shh.
This is intense.
It is intense.
I've never done anything like that.
I can keep going.
How did you feel?
In 55 years of marriage, we've never really looked into each other's eyes like that. But I do look at your eyes sometimes because I'm checking your blood sugar.
You check on me all the time.
I wondered what you were thinking.
How wonderful it was to just sit here and look at my wife for a change, without discussing work, business, and situations.
When I look at you really closely, I realize how much I need you and what you mean to me, and because that's the truth. And I couldn't imagine being with anybody else.
It's pretty interesting to be able to sit in front of someone that you don't know.
That you just met, like, what, 10 minutes ago?
I feel like you can't not see each other.
Yeah, sorry, we're gonna walk that way and yeah, let's go have a drink.
Yeah, nice to meet you.
I feel like we can get right to the dance floor after something like this.
One more time.
Okay, I didn't feel that one.
You didn't feel that one?
I didn't feel it.
All right. Nice, nice.
Just like old times.
Just like old times?
Say bye-bye. Bye-bye.