"So she's in love with Jason and Jesse. Wow. I guess I just didn't see it," he says. That might give you a clue that she's not really sure what love is, Jeremy. Turn around, and walk away, and don't look back. Eventually, you'll realize you're better off.
Now DeAnna greets the morning on the balcony. She's not shirtless, though, which I think is a grave miscalculation on this show's part. She hopes she gave Jeremy some "clarity." I hope the only thing she gave Jeremy can be cleared up with a couple shots of penicillin.
So apparently there are still a few days before the final rose ceremony, which means riding in a plane to a secluded island with Jesse, and then he gives her a "book of thoughts" which surprisingly is not BLANK, but offers up junior-high yearbook sentiments like "thanks for taking the time to get to know me" and shit like that. He tells her that he's fallen in love with her, and he wants to share everything with her. "I would do anything to be with her," Jesse tells us in a talking-head. Including, apparently, acting like the biggest wuss on the planet.
As for Jason? Well, they're going scuba-diving. Swimming with sharks! "Sharks and people aren't supposed to hang out together!" he says in a talking head. The show ratchets up the "dramatic" music, as if there's any possibility that these aren't the tamest sharks in the entire friggin' ocean. They sit on the ocean floor while a school? Pod? Flock? Parliament? of sharks swims all around them, failing to eat them. Stupid fucking sharks.
Over dinner, Jason also has a gift for DeAnna, which is a handmade board game called "Eight Roses" that's all about their time together. OK, I have to admit that's pretty damn suave. "The game, you know, it helped me say a few things that I really wanted to say," including things like, "There's not a doubt in my mind that I want to spend the rest of my life with you." "I melted," admits DeAnna in a talking head. They cuddle and make out, and if DeAnna doesn't wind up picking Jason, it'll be a major surprise. Jason even seems to think so, saying in his heart of hearts, he thinks he'll be engaged to her. Or could this all be edited to make it look like Jason's the front-runner, if only to pull the ol' switcheroo?