After the break, Luke is cheerful again and looking forward to proposing to Tali. He talks about all the hopes he has for the future with her and how she makes him feel like they can achieve them together and you almost almost believe that reality show love is real. But it isn't. Tali gets out of the limo looking very nervous. She walks through the mansion as she interviews that she's never felt like she does for Luke for anyone else. And, of course, she loves that he doesn't care about her weight. Because we couldn't end this show without hearing that one more time. She steps on the podium. Luke says that "life has made it difficult for people like you and I to find love." You mean overweight people? Yeah, life and a genetic predisposition and a lot of pizza. He giggles that Tali is "such a beautiful curvy woman" and the more time he spends with her, the more he realizes that they're from two different worlds and will have obstacles to overcome in their relationship. Tali sighs, thinking she knows what's coming next. Tali, come on. Even if you were getting kicked off the show for being Jewish, do you really think he'd admit it? But, he continues, he also made a promise to love her for who she is -- and he does. Yes, even overweight Jews can find love! Luke says that Tali also loves him who for he is, which is just as important. It's about time he said that. "You make me a better man," he says. Tali looks up at the sky and thanks God for this. God is like, "I had nothing to do with it. I don't give two shits about reality dating shows. Leave me alone. I'm trying to watch The Biggest Loser here." With that, Luke takes the ring from the box and gets down on bended knee. Aw, Tali is shaking with emotion. "Will you marry me?" Luke says. Tali appears to shake her head "no" at first but ultimately says yes. He puts the ring on her finger and they make out and the camera totally fucks up the shot by casting a shadow over the scene as it's lifted high above the stage area. Whoops! They kiss loudly but they honestly seem happy with each other so who knows? Maybe they'll make it. I just want Tali to be happy. In a joint interview, Tali tells the world that the only size that matters when it comes to love is the size of your heart. And Faith's approval.
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Episode Report CardSara M: B+ | 1166 USERS: B-
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