Jillian explains to us for the eightieth time this episode how the two-on-one date works, and then she's meeting the guys, Mike running right over to give her a hug, and Mark jealously wishing he'd thought of that. Then they're walking through what I presume is the amazing Stanley Park, only instead of enjoying the park, they get in a helicopter, which is going to be even more special than the other times Jillian has been in a helicopter, presumably. Then Jerry Hodak is back to update us on the tornado watch, maybe because he can't stand The Bachelorette any more than anyone else.
When we're done, the menage-a-trois is sitting down to dinner, and Mike is expounding on how much passion Jillian has for life, and how she grabs life by the horns, and Mark looks like he wants to yack up all his supper. He tells us that he thinks Mike is more comfortable putting all that kind of stuff out there, because that's more in his comfort zone. In other words, he's more comfortable because he's more comfortable. Thanks for that!
Then Mark is babbling about how he's thought about getting a dog and moving to Alaska. Just what every woman wants to hear! He says he's guarded like the quarterback behind a line of "defensive men," and I hate to tell him that the quarterback is behind a line of offensive linemen, and he'd better brush up on his sports terms if he's going to be manly Alaska man alone with his dog.
So we're at Grouse Mountain, which is apparently where the helicopter took them while we were watching the tornado warning, and Jillian tells the guys that they're both incredible people and if she didn't think that, they wouldn't be here right now, and that she really likes them. Then she tells us that she thought she'd have a clear-cut idea of who she was sending home. Both of those things can't be true!
After whining about how hard the decision is on her, the guys interrupt her to tell her that they're big boys who can handle it. They probably were just sick of hearing about it. So then she goes to talk to Mike one-on-one, and she babbles forever and says something about how this is the "scariest night" she's ever had, and unless she's talking only in the context of this show, then she's had a pretty charmed life, our Jillian. Then Mike talks about something about putting himself out there, and Jillian says something about being there for the right reasons, and -- you know, I've never actually wished for someone to be buried in an avalanche? But there's a first time for everything. Then they hug. Mike tells us he's falling in love, and he could definitely spend the rest of his life with Jillian, who tells us that she's positive Mike would treat her like gold if she were his wife, and she's glad that he's recognized that he could be in love with her, or something like that, something that was probably intended to be less obnoxious-sounding than it turned out to be.