After a commercial break, Jason's about to officially break up with Melissa. "How do you think this is going to go?" asks Harrison. Jason says he doesn't know, and Harrison reminds him how upset he was with DeAnna, so yeah, Jason thinks she's going to be upset.
So out comes Melissa, with a smile pasted on. "Jason, why don't you take the floor," says Harrison. Jason reminds her that their conversations recently have revealed how things have been different. And they just recently rewatched everything they went through, and all of that was real (god, shut UP, Jason!). He babbles on about how the chemistry started changing. She's not even looking at him. "We're not right for each other," he says. "I don't know what you want me to say when you sit there and say that, because I don't believe you," she snaps at him, and gives him shit for having doubts and then pulling away instead of trying to work on it. "Do you see where I'm a little irritated?" She's so angry, it's awesome. She asks what she did, and he says she didn't do anything. And then he talks about falling in love with two people at the same time, and that he still has feelings for Molly. She shakes her head a little.
"Have you been talking to her?" she asks. He says he hasn't, because he wanted to make it work with her. "Because you chose Melissa. But you don't want to fight for Melissa," she says. Awesome. She's using the third person, like psychologically she's already trying to distance herself from what's going on. He babbles on about living life without regrets. "You are such a bastard," she whispers. Ladies and gentlemen, the moment we've all been waiting for! He says he's not perfect. "I'll second that," she says.
"Why did you put a ring on my finger?" she asks him, and he says something about wanting to give them that experience. She tells him that finding that one special person and getting engaged was a once-in-a-lifetime experience, and he took that from her. "I'm so mad at you!" she says. She hands him back the ring (no, keep it! Put it on eBay!), and says none of this makes sense. She's starting to get it! Since emotions are running high, Harrison wants to take a break.