So Jeremy heads off to a dugout with DeAnna so they can have a not-at-all-completely-set-up chat about how close Jeremy was to his mom, who died. I mean, when DeAnna's reminding him about how earlier he had said he was close to his mom, and asking him for more details, it seems kinda torqued, you know? Anyway, he talks about how he got his compassion and respect from her. Instead of listening to this, DeAnna's all, "Well, what about your dad?" And ... Jeremy's dad died, too. "I feel bad for even asking," says DeAnna after "discovering" that Jeremy's parents are dead. God, this show. So, anyway, now they have something of a bond, because don't forget DeAnna's mom died when she was 12 (yet getting rejected by Brad was the worst day of her life, remember?).
Later on, everyone has lunch on the field -- hot dogs and wine -- while the guys all rave about the date. And then ... Eric is alone chatting with DeAnna? Wasn't the point of the contest that the winner got some alone time? "All of my conversations with Eric seem to be the same," DeAnna complains in a talking head. All they talk about is Greek culture! she whines, and by "Greek culture" she means "not me." The clips of the conversation do seem to reflect a theme, though. I mean, did he really have to, after mentioning his brother, point out that his brother is Greek as well? And now Brian is another home run derby non-winner getting alone time with DeAnna, who asks him if he has any bad habits, and he says he's made mistakes, but has learned from them. And they talk about figuring things out, and maturing, and how marriage is important, and blah blah blah.
Back at the guest house, Jason's on the phone with his son Ty, and admitting that he can't hold it in anymore, and just has to go tell people about his son. Or something. So he reveals to the other guys that he has a three-year-old, and that he hasn't been trying to hide it or anything (even though that's exactly what he's been doing) and it's important to be honest and blah blah blah, while the other guys offer encouragement and try to pretend they care that this is such a big deal. In a talking head, Ryan looks all severe as he says he was surprised, and Jason definitely needs to tell DeAnna, as it's something she needs to know. This talk of honesty is really inspiring, and will lead Jason to -- not tell DeAnna, not this episode, anyway.