I still don't care.
1:20 AM. Rebekah is still holding court in the hot tub and it looks like Jack is leaving without a fight, as is Patrick. "Look at that," says Jason, looking at everyone in the hot tub. "They had this all set up," whatever that means. Even Michael has been reduced to giving Rebekah a foot massage. In an interview, Sissie says something, but she's wearing that damn beret, so whatever, Sissie. Karen: "Bottom line, she likes to flirt." Rebekah: "I'm a little flirtatious. I love men. It's just my nature." Sissie: "I'm wearing a beret because I think it makes me look sophisticated and blah blah blah." Slow-motion of a wolf howling -- like there's that trademark subtle editing by the FOX geniuses.
Commercials. My god. David E. Kelley's doing another show? When does he find the time to nail Michelle Pfeiffer? Note to Wing Chun: you owe me after this Bachelorettes garbage, so do NOT assign me to this new show. ["You're not the boss of me." -- Wing Chun]
Aw, Christ. It's always darkest before the dawn, and in the same vein, we get the stupid annoying Proposal Point segment. Kristian has no idea what Andrea's going to do. Patrick would like to get to know her better. Oooh! Such drama! Hey, wait a minute. Speaking of drama, I thought a chunky guy was supposed to say, "This is dramaville!" this week! And where was foul-mouthed Cecile? All I want is a little dirty talk from Cecile. Is that so much to ask? Anyway, Andrea says that if Patrick makes a plea to her, she'll cry, because she'll have a short time to make a very difficult decision. Shut up, Andrea. I thought the point of your flirting was to garner a bunch of pleas.
Okay, let's get this over with. Santagati goes over the rules regarding making a plea. Michael's wearing a jester hat because apparently he thinks he's a snowboarding teenager from about ten years ago. Jack looks like he really has to go to the bathroom.