The next day, it's Malissa's turn. She steps out of the limo, greets Luke, and then they go right back into the limo. Malissa thinks they're heading off to meet Luke's family right away, but Luke says first they've got some alone time and she gets to pick what they do. Ew. Tali didn't get to pick what they did. She just had to be content with walking his dog and sitting down to a picnic. Malissa says she wants to go wherever Luke likes to hang out so she can get to know more about him or whatever. Luke suggests shooting pool. "I hope you don't suck," Malissa says. Ha! Don't go making me like you, Malissa, or else I won't want either remaining girl to "win" (a.k.a. lose) tonight. Malissa interviews that this town is very similar to her Southern California hometown and she'd have no problem living here and fitting in. That's what makes her so much better than Tali, I guess, who would have problems adjusting to all the non-humidity and Jesus. She's looking forward to getting an engagement ring, but not enough to know which hand it's supposed to go on.
Luke and Malissa enter the otherwise empty billiard hall and Luke is not pleased to see that she has definite pool skills. Yeah, I have a feeling Malissa hangs out at a lot of pool halls. Malissa hasn't learned the important lesson that you must let the guy win and interviews that she's really good at pool and very competitive. Advantage: Tali. Malissa sinks a ton of balls and then it's Luke's turn. He misses. Malissa steps up and sinks more balls while Luke interviews that she's really good at this and he's going to get made fun of by his "boys" for losing to her so badly. After Malissa kicks Luke's ass at pool, they share a disgusting-looking pizza. Why is pizza so good, but on reality shows it always looks so gross? Luke and Malissa both agree that pizza and beer are staples of theirs, which explains why they're on a show about overweight people dating. I love pizza too, guys, but it's called moderation. And that means it can't be a staple. "I try to watch what I eat a little bit," Malissa says; "but I'm not really very good. Like, maybe I need glasses or something." Perhaps glasses that have writing on the lenses that says "DON'T EAT SO MUCH PIZZA"?
Luke brings up tonight's family meeting. He tells her she'll be asked all kinds of questions about her life and background. I can't wait to see what she says about her sisters. Malissa interviews that she's sure she'll get along fine with Luke's family since she gets along so well with him. Her plan is to be herself and hope they like who she is. Or at the very least, like her more than Tali.