Oppenheim was in a relationship with Nurk during filming for the season, and revealed to PEOPLE that he occasionally found it difficult to navigate between the pair.
"Living through that was very difficult because I obviously care about them both a lot," he said. "So it was just a complicated and very difficult situation for me. And honestly, watching it back, when I watched this season, was also difficult. I really felt anxious.
"I got a lot of anxiety watching it, which is odd. I would think that I am usually pretty good at watching this stuff calmly... Watching the trailer, I mean, I knew about this scene because I was on the phone during the scene, so I don't think it made it any better or worse.
"It just reminded me that I need to live through this again when the show [airs]. Because you live through it once in real life, then you live through it again when you watch it for the first time and then you live through it when the audience watches it."
"I think Chrishell has already told me that she's not going to lunch with any of my future girlfriends. It definitely caused some concerns and some hurdles in my relationship with Lou," he added.
Fans won’t have to wait long for the latest round of drama, with the reunion special set to be released on Netflix on November 15; just how much tension will there be?
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