Chris comes to Ali's island with a basket of fruit, because there is no Edible Arrangement outpost on Bora Bora and he was forced to just pluck some random fruits off the shrubs and chuck them in a basket not arranged or anything. He greets the family and quickly realizes, oh shit! They have their own fruit! His ineptness at presents is quickly glossed over by the fact that he, too, is a Mass-hole. The family breaks into cheers at the announcement that he is from Massachusetts and sing a few verses of the State Song and then starts chanting, "One of us! One of us!" Adding to the Up With People vibe, Chris was a math teacher and Ali's dad was a physics teacher and Ali's sister is a teacher. But wait, there's more: Ali's mom is a nurse and Chris's mom was a nurse. They are all so much a like it is like Ali is dating her own cousin!
Obviously they have to ask about Chris's dead mom and he tears up and says that his mom was the best mom ever. Ali's mom almost takes umbrage at that cutting remark, but checks herself and smiles encouragingly while rooting for Roberto. Ali's sister takes Chris outside, but doesn't make out with him even a little. Instead they just strip off their sandals and skinny-dip their bare feet in the pool. They all seem to get along well enough. Nice amiable bunch of people that don't really have the charisma necessary to make great television. Inside the four-star hut, Ali's mom truly thinks that a slow friendship-based relationship can be a great thing and maybe Ali should choose Chris and give Roberto to her mom as a Mother's Day present. Doesn't she deserve that? Doesn't she?? Ali nods and slowly backs out of the room.
Around the kitchen table, Ali and her sister explain that they used to dress up her brother in feather boas and there is a lien on her house due to outstanding therapy bills. Outside Chris thinks the day was "wicked amazing", but he is getting indigestion from trying to work up the nerve to ask Ali's dad for her hand in marriage. Or from too much fruit. Ali's dad is a bit rougher on Chris than he was on Roberto. But that's because Roberto gave him a back rub and a salsa lesson and who doesn't appreciate those things? Chris mumbles (obviously, because HE ALWAYS MUMBLES) his way through a planned speech on his love of family and his joy when Ali wraps her legs around him. He loves her every time he sees her. So...can he ask for her hand in marriage or what? Ali's dad scratches his head, because who the fuck can understand what old mush mouth is saying? The production team brings in a translator and Ali's dad shrugs: Sure. Marry her. What does he care? Then the whole family jumps into the blue waters of Bora Bora. Ali and Chris take a moment to revel in the fact that they fit in so well into each other's families. That's because you two are probably related! Get tested! Better safe than married to your cousin. Chris bids farewell to Ali and claims it is so hard to say goodbye.