Commercials. You know, one day someone is going to stab that asshole Subway guy to death. Then there's a travel commercial for Toronto! Cool! There's the CN Tower! There's the Hockey Hall of Fame where I saw the stick that Paul Coffey used to score the Stanley Cup-winning goal for the Edmonton Oilers in 1985! There's Wing Chun! Hi, Wing Chun! ["Who let a camera crew in here?" -- Wing Chun]
Rebekah's turn. We run down Rebekah's time in Alaska, as Santagati explains that many of the bachelors were "enamoured by" her, even though that should be "enamoured of" her. We get quick clips of each of her rejectees saying "Rebekah" at Proposal Point and Santagati explains that while she was "touched" by each man's feelings (as if), only Jason truly won her heart. "As time passed, your attraction grew into something more," says Santagati. Jason and Rebekah cuddle. "You brought Cecile's ex Tim as your second Man on Ice, yet it was Jason who you felt was marriage material." Hey, thanks for not explaining why she chose Old Tim. Thanks for bringing up the whole incredibly pointless second-Man-on-Ice thing again. Also, a week and a half of wasting time and a little "screwing around" makes Tim Cecile's "ex"? Rebekah's pop-up graphic tells us she was picked first for dates twice and received seven pleas. Her dowry's $23,000.