Before a murder is committed, Harrison interrupts to show a "good times" montage, which means "bloopers," mainly of DeAnna unable to conquer the English language: "I did felt that," and the like. I don't see any reason why, at two hours per episode, the show can't fit these clips in -- god forbid the audience doesn't take the show as grimly serious as the show takes itself. Harrison wins a thousand points from me by asking DeAnna about Sean's mullet and using the phrase, "Business in front, party in back." Then he wins a MILLION points from me for asking if Sean fought at the Cobra Kai dojo. Put this stuff in the actual show, you idiots! Harrison, I take back everything mean I said about you!
So, DeAnna's not going to reveal who the final guy is, but Harrison asks her: "Are you happy? Are you in love?" Yes on both counts, says DeAnna. "And I am engaged." You'll have to tune in next week to find out to whom. And then we don't have to tune in any more!
Remember how obvious it was that the woman who asked Graham about his letter to DeAnna was planted? As cute as it was, the show kinda admitted to that when Harrison gave the exact same intro, about how the audience members have lots of questions, and one woman asked Fred out for a date. He says yes. Well, why not? Try dating without a television crew in your face! It just might work!
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