Out comes Andy. He sits by Shannon. Shannon doesn't smile. Neither does Andy. They both look very wary. Mark L. Walberg repeats his shit about how they should speak the music of their heart, and then explain what decision they have come to about the future of their relationblah. "Who wants to go first?" Mark L. Walberg asks. Andy. Shannon. They both smile but don't respond. Commercials.
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Island Prettiness. Schmonfire. Mark L. Walberg sits on an upturned log. I hadn't noticed that. He looks very uncomfortable. Good. Music. Music. Drums. Flute. Mark L. Walberg tells Andy that now is his chance to speak what's in his heart. Someone count how many times Mark L. Walberg uses the word "heart" in this episode, okay? Andy chumps that he has good news and bad news. Shannon wants the bad news first. He says that he smooched four girls, but that none of them were real kisses. "Goodnight pecks and fun stuff like that," he says. Shannon looks concerned, but there could be multiple reasons as to why. He goes on that there was one girl he connected with, and that it wasn't Carla. She asks if it was "hammock girl." He says yes. She smiles. He goes on that Megan was "put here to screw with [him]," explaining that she was like a mail-order bride for him. Their relationship grew but it was fairly physically platonic. He says he didn't want to get that close to anyone and so he cut it off; Shannon gives a really exasperated, weird look that I can't read. I'm guessing it's secret surprise that he wasn't doing shit while she was off flirting with "love." Then he laughs that he took Elizabeth on his dream date. She huffs that she knew he would. Andy explains that it, on the other hand, was very physical but not much more. He says that he didn't "go there" with her, but that it was a "crazy" date. He babbles on for a while about how nice the final dates were. He bitches that he went to a "friggin' spa" for his final date. Shannon says that it sounds very different from hers. He goes on, not even acknowledging her. He ends by saying that it's "reinforced" their relationship for him and that he "completely [feels] the same." I have no idea what he's referring to. Either there is a time gap here where she's already spoken, or he's just assuming she still wants him; it's pretty sad. Shannon just stares at him with pity.