Anyway, no one saw fit to ask Malissa about her religion for some reason, and Faith asks a new question: why would they agree to be on a show like this? Tali says she saw it as a great opportunity to both find love and show the world that you don't have to be skinny to date. Faith likes these reasons very much. She turns to Malissa and asks her the same question, trying not to add "I hate you" on the end of it. Malissa says she did this show "on a whim" and got "caught up in the excitement" and now finds herself in the final two. "Um," Faith says, shaking her head. This is obviously edited to make Faith look so disdainful of Malissa but I don't care. It's awesome! Malissa says she did the show "for the experience" as Faith looks away from her with hatred.
After the break, we're still in the middle of the awkward anti-Malissa breakfast. Faith gently asks the girls if they've ever dated a fat guy before. Luke says not many people are his size, but that's not really true these days. Tali says she has dated some big guys in the past, and weight is not as important to her as being with a good guy with a good personality. Faith interviews that she digs Tali so far. At the table, she asks if she and Tali can step aside and talk privately. They head out to the backyard and talk more about Tali's modeling career. Okay, but the text under her name says she's a fashion stylist or whatever. So Tali says she's a fashion stylist when she's actually a model and Malissa says she's a waitress when she's actually a student. Why do the texts lie to us? Tali talks about how the day she landed in New York from Israel she stepped off the plane, put her best outfit on, and walked around the city for nine hours with her résumés. Do they not have Monster.com in Israel? Faith asks the big question: would Tali stay in New York to pursue her modeling career or move to California to be with Luke? Tali doesn't really answer, saying she never thought she'd be a model but she likes it because it allows her to be a role model for fat teenagers. "That's beautiful," Faith says. Tali says that she never thought she'd have such strong feelings for someone she met on a reality show from such a different world. She asks Faith if she can see her "fitting in" with Luke's family. Faith says that she trusts Luke's sense of people. Tali interviews that talking to Luke's mother was easy and she thinks Luke is much more like her than he is his father.