Melissa is the last to go. Everyone says bad wife except ... Lauren?!?! The hell? Melissa chooses to take this personally instead of for what is it: a reality show stunt designed to create drama at the expense of contestants' self-esteem. Heather says that Melissa is too young and inexperienced. Whateva, Heatha! You're only a year older than her. This isn't middle school where that's important. Emme spells out that the girls have decided that Melissa is the worst wife for Luke. But only because some of them were too scared of Kristian to tell the truth, so don't be too upset about it, Melissa. Melissa interviews that she's used to being rejected because of her size, but not her personality. Um, Melissa? Do you think it's possible that you have been rejected for your personality before, but it was easier to just blame it on the size instead? Heather got the most good wife votes. Melissa is sitting next to her, and is so jealous. Emme says that they both win the same prize: an alone date with Luke. Ah-HA! That's why Lauren gave Melissa the good wife vote -- she was expecting the person who got the most bad wife votes to get an alone date and was hoping to score it for herself! And Lauren is disgusted and says so in an interview, with her vulgarity just up the roof. The rest of the girls will go on a group date.
They head for the kitchen, where they're all regretting saying that Heather was a good wife, because she gets yet another alone date with Luke and most of them haven't even gotten one yet. Lauren is especially sulky about it. Melissa isn't too happy either, worried that she'll be thrown off the show after her alone date like Danielle was. If that happens, Melissa, you need to do what the rest of us do: tell yourself it's his loss. Because it is.
The next morning, there's a note and a giant prop ring at the front door. Anna fetches it and reads it. It's for Melissa, and tells her to meet Luke out front for their alone date. Melissa says she's really scared, and while she has actually been asked out before, she never said yes because she assumed that it was some guy playing a trick on her. Okay, so, Melissa hasn't been rejected because of her weight at all. She, in fact, has rejected other men based on the assumption that they are jerks. Which makes her a jerk. Just so we're clear. Melissa and Luke take off in the limo as Luke interviews that the girls all thought Melissa was too shy and inexperienced to be a good wife for him, but he wants to find that out for himself. Then why ask for their opinions in the first place?