So they have dinner back at the museum, and Sasha tells her about an accident he had when he was 18, driving back from a party and his truck lost control, and he flew out the window, and the truck crushed his pelvis, and he should have been paralyzed but wasn't, and blah blah blah, and I don't know why they're spending all this money for these dates with Jillian when I'm starting to feel like they could just go have a bush party with a fifth of lemon gin. Give her your football jacket, and she's yours! Jillian is practically near tears as she tells us that she can't imagine going through something as traumatic as Sasha did. By which she means his accident, not going on this show.
Sometimes I like to think of this show as 24, in the sense that when we go to commercial and she's babbling about finding the person that she can marry, and then we come back from commercial and pick up right where we left off, I like to think that she nattered away during an entire commercial break about the kind of bullshit that people talk about on this show. Sasha talks about his previous relationships, and he hasn't had his heart broken. And Jillian babbles about how if you haven't been hurt you should be more willing to put your heart out there, and Sasha says something a "mythical unicorn" again, like WHAT IS THIS GUY'S OBSESSION WITH UNICORNS, and now he's got Jillian talking about looking for unicorns, and I spend the next few moments praying that one of the cars in that museum is actually Christine and turns them into bloody skid marks.
Back at the house, Wes has his guitar out and is explaining that he wrote this song "for a girl," and then he plays his "love, it don't come easy" again, and at this point can I just ask WHAT HAVE WE DONE TO DESERVE THIS, and Tanner F. amusingly tells us that he's getting sick of hearing the same songs over and over again, and then it looks like Michael is playing the guitar. Is he singing about how doing the electric worm, it don't come easy? Tanner P. brings up the whole "not here for the right reasons" thing, and wonders if the people playing the guitars are here for Jillian or here to "win over America." You know, I wouldn't worry about anyone on this show "winning over America." Tanner P. mocks the guitar-playing and says he wouldn't do something like that, because that's not him. Well, maybe you should try not being yourself, since you are a fetishistic freakazoid! "I got other skills," he says. Translation: I can't play the guitar, so I don't think others should.