- I mean,she knows something's up.
The fact thathis front-facing camera
has been brokenfor two years--
- All right, well,let's get Catherine online here.
- Hello.- Hi.
- Hi.- Nice to meet you.
Congratulations on finishingyour freshman year.
How did it go? - Oh, it went lovely.
You know, took, like, 36 credits in two semesters.
- Wow. - I'm in the Honors Program.
- Oh, sweet.- We just saw your email.
- Tell us about Graham.
- Okay, so it's kind of embarrassing.
I hashtagged "countryboy" on Instagram.
- You were justin that mood?
- Feeling frisky, and I came across a picture,
and I found him on Twitter,
and I messaged him, and I was like,
"You are by far the best-looking boy
I've ever seen in my life."
And then from there we just started talking.
- So you really, like,sort of creeped this guy?
- Oh, yeah. I was a total stalker.
- What did it evolve into?
- It evolved into us, like, talking, like,
all the time on the phone,
and, like, we'd stay up till, like, 3:00 a.m.
just speaking about life.
I would say he's, like, my first love.
- Whoa, really?
- Yeah, 100%.
But every time I try to video-chat with him,
like, he'll say his front camera's broken.
- Clearly something's up. - Yeah.
Yeah, I'd just be mad. Like, he could be lying to me.
But, like, you don't want to believe something
if you're in love with somebody.
- Have you guys ever talkedabout meeting up?
- That's where this kind of gets a little tricky
because I was supposed to go down there,
but I was too afraid to meet him.
- What?- Pause.
- You were gonna goto Tennessee,
and he was all for it?
- Yeah.- Wow.
- Okay. - I have, like,
some insecurities, so it's like,
I didn't want to be somewhat of a let-down to him.
- He must have beenpretty bummed and upset