And now, the story of Amy: The Girl Nobody Loves. Amy says that she sees herself as a popular source of amusement, but she has no luck with boyfriends. She loves to laugh, but she cries on the inside. "I am always the lone funny girl," she says. Marcellas -- because he is a miserable, insensitive idiot -- asks her "what's wrong with being the lone funny girl." Jesus. I suppose if you find yourself as completely fulfilling as company as Marcellas does, you wouldn't necessarily see this, but there are those who are looking for a bit more, and it appears Amy is one of them. She says, though, that she's accepted her destiny as the old lady with her dog who little kids laugh at. And this may sound strange, but that's probably not a terrible idea, in one sense. There are certain things you don't find while looking for them, you know? The Smell of the Hunt is not exactly an aphrodisiac. Hang in there, Miss Amy. Stop drinking so much, stop worrying about what everyone thinks, and stop worrying about whether the other girls in the room are getting more attention than you are. Relax. Life is long.
Time for the winner of America's Choice. Danielle wins, and everyone seems happy enough. Wow, Danielle's mom looks exactly like her. And talks exactly like her, too. Turns out this is the first time Danielle has learned that her mama doesn't have MS, which they feared at the time she came into the house. Reasonably enough, Danielle has a cry at this in the DR. Then, back in the living room, we see her hubby and girls. They're all very cute. Littler girl has apparently taken up the clarinet, and she honks on it obligingly for mom. Aw. There's nothing like a little kid honking on an instrument to choke me up. Now, husband Javier reads a letter to Danielle about how much he loves her and so forth. I'm not sure I get the thing of reading a letter onto a video -- it seems a little like sending a picture of yourself reading a poem out loud -- but Danielle is very touched, so...whatever. Danielle's family waves, and they're out. Everyone is impressed by her lovely family. Even Gerry, who lost out on the chance to see his own family, expresses happiness for Danielle that she got to see hers.