Daniel's wisely taken a vacation just as Jillian and her four remaining suitors take off for Spain. How are there still four people left? People need to stop coming back and they definitely could have done without those extra guys at the beginning. No wonder Daniel needed a vacation.
Well, we're in Madrid. You can tell by the lovely sites and the loud music. Jillian rocks a casual outfit as she wanders through a small market and contemplates her big choice. Will it be the newly returned Ed... or one of those other guys? If it's Wes, I swear to God I'm done with this show. Not that I ever really wanted to start with this show to begin with. Maybe I'm just looking for an excuse. On with the show.
Because this ridiculous thing is still two effing hours, despite the fact that it has less content then ever, we get to reflect on her time with each of the guys, via footage from the entire season. First up, Kiptyn. Her jaw dropped to the floor when she saw him and they had instant chemistry. She likes his eight- or nine-pack abs. Nine-pack? Really, Jillian? She thinks he's too perfect; if he actually had a lopsided amount of ab muscles that might be an imperfection. She trusts him, but worries he might break her heart. Which isn't really trusting him at all.
Next up is Reid, one of the bonus guys from the first episode. See, if we didn't have those extra guys, we would have one less guy to deal with tonight and that would be so awesome. Anyway, she likes him, but they are really different. Broken record. She liked him better after she met his family, but she doesn't know if he's really ready to settle down.
Then back from the real world is glutton for punishment Ed. He was also a late arrival, and he's a workaholic. She wants him to commit to his job and her. We relive the crying and the tears and the drama and the fake emotions brought on by his return. She's scared he's going to let her down and that she'll always come second to his career.
Then there's that idiot Wes. He's so freaking smarmy even from the get-go. How does she not realize this? If she picks him, I'm nominating her as queen for life of that Hot Chicks With Douchebags site. Seriously. There's the Jake tattling, Wes getting pissed off, Jillian still letting him stick around. Jillian says that they've shared "intimate moments." Ew. She wants assurance that he's husband material and not just there for a record deal. I can't even. I don't know where to start. I'd rather have functionally-challenged Michael around. Also, how much do you want to bet that Michael and his equally dopey brother will be the first twins to be the Bachelor next season? I'm just speculating...