A clip then played of Bobby expressing his deepest feelings to Danielle one night before bed.
Bobby was then shown telling Danielle the following: "I feel like we have the foundation to make this marriage that we built lifelong and everlasting. That's all I ever wanted, and I could never see myself in any other way, being with anyone else. I will do anything to make you happy, and I love you."
But all Danielle did in reply was flash a smile and give Bobby a peck on the lips.
After Jamie pointed out Bobby had "laid it all out there," Danielle noted, "Yeah, he's very sweet. It's just, I don't know."
It has becoming increasingly more clear on the current Married at First Sight season that Danielle isn't as open and communicative about her feelings and emotions as her castmates.
Danielle, in fact, finds it easier to write her feelings down on paper instead of saying them out loud.
Hearing Bobby say those three words, Danielle gushed, "It's very special. But it's something that I had said throughout this entire experience -- I wasn't willing to say those words unless I 100 percent truly felt that way, because I think when you just throw those words out there, it doesn't hold a lot of weight or a lot of value."
Danielle continued, "I don't want him thinking -- ever -- that I'm just saying those things because he said them to me or because I feel like I have to. I want him to know that when I say those words, that I 100 percent mean those things."
Danielle added she is "almost never" the first one to say, "I love you," in a relationship.
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"I'm not super expressive, so it's usually something that, you know, makes you feel very vulnerable when you're the first person saying it. So, I usually wait for someone else to take that lead," Danielle confessed with a laugh.
Dave, however, admitted he is "always" the first person to say, "I love you," when dating somebody.
"I've always been [the first]," Dave noted. "I don't know [why]. I'm usually willing to take that risk."
Jamie then asked Dave, "Under what circumstances would you be ready to tell [wife Amber Martorana] that you love her?"
"Hopefully we can get back to a place where we're growing in love," replied Dave.
"One of my favorite Pastor [Calvin Roberson]'s sayings is, 'You don't fall in love; you grow in love.' I hope we can get back to that place, but right now, we're sort of stuck in this mire of insecurities and miscommunication and all of these negative things that we need to get out of."