J.P. whines some more about having to watch Ashley kiss two other men and how much threesomes suck. Wait, what? J.P. is at the point where he cares so much about Ashley that he doesn't even want to pretend anymore. I think what he's trying to say is, "Game over, man. Game over!" Then the men have to go out for dinner en masse and there's a rose staring at them and all the men get even grouchier. Except for Ames, because of his head injury. Lucas and Ashley takes some alone time and Lucas uses it to whine about having to wear a "dress" while J.P. got a tux. Ashley, to her credit, corrects him, "It wasn't a dress, it was a long shirt." Then she asks him about the fact that he was married before and you know THAT is the kiss of death for Lucas. He's totally going home. Then Ames uses his time with Ashley to show off his family photos, including a slightly dorky school photo. Then he charms Ashley by calling her the "full package" and saying she is charming and beautiful and you can see the thought bubble forming over her head of their perfect WASPy Ivy League babies graduating from Harvard and summering on Nantucket. But, J.P. wins it by telling Ashley everything he is feeling: He has strong feelings for her and he can't handle the competition. He is struggling. Ashley laughs that she thought he was as cool as a cucumber then she goes to fetch the rose. Ames' and Lucas' faces fall as Ashley grabs the rose and heads back into the room with J.P. She wants him to know that she understands, she's been there, she gets it, and she wants to meet his family. Kissy face happens.
Episode Report CardLuluBates: A | 694 USERS: C+
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