Grandma asks Malissa what she likes best about Luke. "He just seems like an all-around great guy," Malissa says. I know lots of people who are all-around great, but I'm not necessarily in love with them. Malissa interviews that she was excited to finally meet Luke's family after hearing so much about them. With that, they sit down to an indoor dinner. But first, they must say grace. "Oh, I love that!" Malissa says, no doubt knowing that this was probably a problem for Tali. "E'erybody say 'amen,'" Mike finishes, and everybody does. No Jews here! Mike asks Luke about the first time he met Malissa, and Luke says she was one of the first girls he saw and she blew him away. He was very attracted to her physically and now is attracted to her personality, too. Supposedly. Malissa says she didn't really come on the show expecting to get a husband out of it. She just did it "for the experience." Yes, reality show contestant is a great résumé-builder. But now she's in the final two and she can't believe it. Once again, Luke wonders if Malissa is here to win the game or to be with him. Mike is clearly smitten with Malissa, and says so in an interview. "Malissa fits perfectly in our family," he says; "it's just a piece of the puzzle that's been missing." A non-Jewish piece, of course. In the backyard with the menfolk, Mike says that he thinks it's a "pretty easy decision" between Tali and Malissa. Luke says it isn't, and Michael speaks up to agree. I like Michael. Maybe Tali can end up with him. Grandma talks to Malissa inside the house and says she really likes Malissa and has no doubt her poor dead husband would, too. That's creepy. "Oh, good," Malissa says. What else can you say to that, really? Malissa tells Grandma that she "cares a lot about" Luke. She didn't say "love" though. She really wants to build a life with Luke. Grandma asks for another hug. Even she wants to get close to those boobs.
Mike says he feels like he's known Malissa his whole life after knowing her for a few minutes. I think Mike wants to marry Malissa. Tali, on the other hand, was harder to get to know and more aloof around everyone. Luke agrees that it takes a while to get to know Tali, but he finds that intriguing and endearing about her. Mike says that "whoever" Luke ends up marrying, it "has to be someone like Malissa." I wonder if he means "someone not Jewish" or "someone Christian like Malissa." Or maybe he just honestly likes her more than Tali. I really can't tell. Luke says his father's logic makes sense, but love doesn't necessarily make sense. His family's input is important, but in the end this is his decision and not theirs. As Luke and Malissa make out on the driveway, Luke interviews that both women are going to meet his mother after all. Ominous music plays that makes me very much look forward to meeting her as well. As Malissa drives away, Luke says he has no idea who he's going to choose.