Season four of Bravo's Southern Charm looks to be leading up to Thomas Ravenel and Landon Clements finally getting together.
So, when ET visited some of their co-stars at home in Charleston, South Carolina, we had to get their take on the budding romance.
"Something's been happening, of course!" Thomas' ex, Kathryn Calhoun Dennis, tells ET. "Now, it's just, she's got her moment to move in."
"I don't know, man," is all Thomas' buddy, Shep Rose, had to say.
The season opened with Thomas showing up to Landon's house and handing her a rose. The two then went to the beach, where they chatted about "giving it a shot." The series then flashed back three months.
"You had drinks with her the night of or after [the rose]," Craig Conover says to girlfriend Naomie Olindo.
"Naomie texted me, and I was laying on our couch and rolled onto the floor, laughing like a little kid," he adds. "Like, no way! No way! No way!"
"I will give everything away," Naomie admits. "So, I'm just not going to say anything … It's fascinating."
"Yeah, when [Thomas] wants to give a go at something, he does it in Thomas fashion," Craig says. "The Thomas-Landon thing … what happens this year, it's not in a veil of secrecy."
"I think they're pretty equal," Kathryn shares, hinting at her dislike of Landon. "So, maybe they found their equals. That's fine … let 'em eat cake.
"Some things come out that maybe explain past behaviors," Naomie adds. "It's pretty interesting."
"You get to watch it all play out," Craig spills. "I had no idea it was going to happen."
Southern Charm airs Mondays at 9 p.m. ET on Bravo. For more from ET's trip to Charleston, check out the video below.