So she walks him outside, in the pouring rain, to put a bullet in his head. But first we're all going to feel like putting a bullet in our own. "I feel like I've been fighting for you, and I've wanted you to show me, 'Hey, I'm really into you,'" she tells him. To us, Doug says he acknowledges having a hard time reading Emily.
He seems to realize that he's getting the heave-ho and throws a Hail-Mary kiss into her face, and she's all, "Thank you for that." It's the end of the line for Doug. He feels stupid for having kissed her. Hey, you're already on The Bachelorette. He quickly gives her a hug, and with a "have a good one," he's off in the van, talking about how his "girl radar" is broken, and now he is moaning about how hard it is to meet someone as a single dad, and now he is crying. I think his dignity radar is broken too.
Anyone, there's just Sean and Chris left on the date, so you know the conversation is going to be about Europe's debt crisis or the U.S.'s immigration policy, right? More Chris whining. He seems to think that if he is one of FOUR guys getting a hometown date next week, that will indicate he's the best man so far.
After a weird "one key unlocks the first one-on-one chat" thing, Sean sits down with Emily and they talk about meeting Sean's family for about ten seconds before kissing. Upstairs, Chris, who should just jerk off already, is pacing around, waiting for Emily. "This date would be a thousand percent better if Sean wasn't here, because I know it'd just be me and Emily," he says. Let me see if I understand: the camera isn't there when Emily and Arie and Cassie work things out, but it's rolling when Chris says something like, "If Sean weren't here, then it would be just me and Emily"?
Back at the hotel, the date card for "Jef"'s one-on-one arrives. He can't believe he's the last guy to hang out with Emily before the hometown dates, like that's an actual thing that means anything. Anyway, John, Arie and "Jef" chat about how insufferable Chris will be if he gets the rose, which they decided narrowly edges out how insufferable he will be if he doesn't get the rose.
When Chris gets his one-on-one time with Emily, he ill-advisedly starts talking about how he's a little upset with her, and he wanted a one-on-one date. It's that painful thing where he tries to play it off like he's kidding around, except it's obvious he's actually pissed. And now they are kissing, because Emily has babbled at him and gave him an eagle boner, and now he's feeling better about everything.