Next up, Caleb, 27, a photographer from Nashville. He's wearing jeans, too, and doesn't say a whole lot. Josh, 25, a lifeguard from Newport Beach, Calif., tells her she looks beautiful.
Out comes "Billbro," who invites Jillian to "hug it out" because this guy can't be obnoxious for not even one second. He tells her that when he was 17, his sister asked him to marry her and her husband. "I've been married five people since [sic], two of which were Canadians," he tells her. It's nice of him to let her know that he's got experience with the Canadian peoples. Then he asks to "hug it out" again before he goes inside. Mark the pizza entrepreneur guy comes in, who refers to her hotdog theory, and says he has a "pizza theory" and asks her what she likes on her pizza. Pepperoni, green pepper, black olives, mushrooms, ham and sometimes even anchovies. He probably should have thought this through a little bit more, or at least decided to say that that combination means she's perfect. "I think it means I'm perfect!" she says. Mark looks like he wishes he'd thought of that.
So that's 25 guys. Chris asks if her future husband is in there, and Jillian tells him, "Easy on the H-word, there." Even though that's the point of this stupid show. Chris tells her she'll have to send ten of them home, and reminds her of the first-impression rose.
Jillian heads inside, where the guys all pretend to be really excited about meeting Jillian. Sample dialogue: "What do you say to an angel?" Well, first I finish throwing up. Then I'll think of something. The guys applaud when Jillian shows up. She tells them to be themselves, and she's there to find the love of her life and her best friend. She wants two guys? That's not fair. That's called "pulling a Mesnick."
So Jillian mingles. Kiptyn tells us she's "hot" and "cute" and "sexy." All the guys agree. I think breakdancing Michael puts it best: "She punched me right in the face with how beautiful she looked." He talks about her curves. No one says anything about how funny or smart she seems. Jake says she can definitely be his co-pilot. Okay, we get it. You're a pilot.
He sits down with Jillian and tells her that he's the "black sheep" of the family because the rest of his siblings are doctors. Yeah, I don't think a pilot is exactly the shame of the family. Jesse horns in to talk about his family business -- wine -- and Jillian says she likes shirazes and syrahs, and Jesse unfortunately calls wine "love juice." Then he unbuttons his shirt to reveal a T-shirt with a Maple Leaf and "Aspiring Canadian" on it.