Meanwhile, the other three women eat. Malissa says she isn't nervous about tonight and thinks that she and Anna will be the last two standing. Mandy appears to be nearby, but I can't tell if she's close enough to hear her. I hope so.
Suddenly, Luke is talking to Anna. Apparently, her father said he didn't think she was ready for marriage yet and Luke is taking that seriously. Anna assures Luke that her career would not get in the way of their relationship and he could always come with her on her travels. Luke says he'd have to be able to get away from work. I'm sure he could. I don't think he has a real job anyway. Luke interviews that he thinks Anna has had a "pretty easy life" and as an only child she's used to "getting what she wants."
Mandy watches Anna and Luke from afar and gets all paranoid. Finally, she gets her one-on-one time with Luke. She interviews that after hearing what Malissa said Luke said on their date, she fears that he's all about her and none of the other girls. So it seems like a really good idea to Mandy to spend their last time alone together talking about Malissa. Because that tactic worked so well for Lauren. Luke says that he was just trying to find out if Malissa was ready for marriage and if her family would accept him as her husband, which he asked all of his dates' families in one way or another. Luke interviews that Mandy seems to need a lot of attention.
Luke takes Malissa away to talk. Malissa asks Luke how he feels about what he learned about her from her sisters. He says he feels good and her sisters are tough. But he wants to know why Malissa won't baby-sit her sister's kid. Malissa claims that she was only asked a few times and happened to be busy all of those times. Just tell the truth and say what you said before, Malissa! You'll love your own babies but you don't like other people's. It makes sense, it's common, and it's very understandable and doesn't sound like a weak excuse. She finally does say that, but Luke doesn't know if he believes her.
Hey, it's Emme! So pointless. She walks in with the stupid bowl and tells the women to drop their rings into it. They do.
After the break, Emme is still around. She says that one woman is going home tonight. That's it? I was kind of hoping it would be three women. And then the show would be over! Luke walks back into the room, which is Emme's cue to leave. The first ring goes to ... Malissa! Hooray! Now she'll go off and think of more ways to plot against the other girls. No really -- that's what she said. Mandy is very upset about this, because she hates Malissa. She closes her eyes dramatically. "If I don't get my ring back tonight I'll be sad," Tali says. Thank you, Tali. Go back to being invisible please. The second ring goes to Tali, so I guess she won't be sad after all. Oooh, and now that there's one ring left, the dramatic music picks up. I love the dramatic music.that only one ring is left. Mandy and Anna both interview about how nervous they are that they won't be picked. Anna seems to really be expecting to get hers, so I guess she won't be. Sure enough, it goes to Mandy. And I wrote that all out before Luke even called Mandy's name because I could already tell where it was going. Poor Anna -- if only she had let Luke win at bowling, she probably would have stayed.