But it wasn't without weirdness, because he left her the journal that she encouraged him to keep, on her doorstep. She's got it with her, although she claims not to have read it, out of respect to Arie (even though he LEFT IT THERE FOR HER TO READ) as well as "Jef." She's got it in an envelope to give back to him.
He says he's happy to know that she's happy. "I do have anything but love for you and I love 'Jef' and he's a great man," he says. Ha ha! Freudian slip? Harrison presses him into admitting that he hoped she'd come back to him after reading it. So much for not actually seeing Emily out of respect for "Jef." And then Emily says if "Jef" hadn't been there, it would have been her and Arie, which I'm sure is helpful for him.
Harrison asks Arie how he's doing, and Arie says he's doing well, and in fact he and "Jef" are friends and talk on the phone a lot. "I'm happy for them, and that really pushed me through to get over this and move on," he says.
Then we kick Arie out and move on to "Jef" who comes out to the same cheers returning astronauts get. He sits down and talk about how it doesn't feel like they met on a show. "I dated a lot of his friends," jokes Emily, which is kind of funny. Harrison asks "Jef" what he likes about Emily, and "Jef" actually talks about her qualities he likes instead of framing it in terms of himself.
Harrison asks if they've spent any time as a family. Apparently they've met up for some secret rendezvous, some of which Ricki came along for. Both "Jef" and Emily give the thumbs-up for the job he's doing as "Dad" for Ricki. "She is the sweetest little girl ever," says "Jef."
God, this never ends! We have to watch the proposal again because "Jef" and Emily have never seen it, BUT THEY WERE IN IT, and we watch "Jef" and Emily watching things in the picture-in-picture thing because it's always so fascinating TO WATCH PEOPLE WATCH THINGS, and the crowd applauds all over again when Emily says "yes."