His next question is tougher: She seems to attract amazing guys, so why doesn't it work out with them? I don't understand anything she says in response, but I don't think she's speaking fully coherent sentences anyway. Then she asks him the same question, and he says something about not being able to "see the end goal" until her, and he can't imagine anyone being more perfect for each other than they are. And now they are kissing, and I know I've been assuming Arie is the eventual winner, but I could be swayed by "Jef." I never would have thought he'd last this long. And now he is asking Emily if she thinks he would be a good fit for Ricki as a dad. Really, the fact that he's asking the question is probably enough for Emily. But surprise, surprise, the answer is yes anyway.
And then out comes the pimp card. "Jef" says it would be awesome to forego their individual rooms, but her daughter's going to be watching this -- RICKI'S GOING TO WATCH THIS? -- and his family's going to be watching this, and yadda yadda yadda, so he's not going to bone her tonight. Emily talks a lot of shit about how thankful she is he thinks that way, and how she knew he would be a gentleman, but all of a sudden I'm confused: Is she required to give these guys the card? Ah, it's all revealed when she says she wants "Jef" to get all horndog on her and want to take her up on it so she could turn him down. And then they are all blue-balls making out with each other in some kind of damn treehouse hotel. "Jef" is the second of three guys she's going to do this with this week, but THANK GOD SHE'S TRYING TO SET AN EXAMPLE.
And now it is Arie's turn. He tells us that he fell for her on their first date, and all he can think about is getting to propose to her. But first they got a whole lotta tonsil hockey to play, while they take a boat out to play with dolphins. Arie knows nothing about dolphins except that they're friendly and that's good, or some thing. Dolphins are also smarter than many humans, including a hundred percent of Bachelor/ette casts. And Emily finds it sweet that Arie is protecting her from getting murdered by a dolphin, which shows her what a good dad he would be. And not even JUMPING DOLPHINS can keep these two horndogs from making out.