Carlos and Jane are sailing to their honeymoon, but they end up shipwrecked on a stranded island! Can they survive each other in order to survive the island?
Jane insults Carlos, calling him a terrible sailor, which causes him to become distracted and shipwreck on a stranded island. Jane is still irate, but Carlos expresses his emotions and explains that he feels hurt when Jane yells at him. Jane apologizes and they both work together to build a fire and cook fish.
You're a terrible sailor! I told you I should've driven instead!
Just let me drive! I can do it, I know how to drive a boat.
Where are you going? We're about to hit the rocks!
I know, I'm trying to steer away from them.
Look at what you did! Now how are we going to survive?
Could you please listen to my point of view?
Jane and Carlos's honeymoon is off to a rough start when Jane claims that Carlos is a terrible sailor and that she should sail instead.
I feel hurt and upset when you say that I am not a good sailor. If you just gave me a chance, I could have gotten us to the resort.
You're right, Carlos, I shouldn't have yelled at you when you were just trying to help.
Carlos is effectively listening to Jane.
If we keep walking, maybe we can find some shelter or help.
Carlos is asking an effective question.
Wow! Maybe we can actually survive the night!
Jane is listening to Carlos's emotions and responding constructively.
Jane and Carlos start to work together after they forgive each other.
Jane and Carlos learn that collaborating can save the day.