"There are times when I don't understand her, there are times when she frustrates me," Ben tells us. This is all bullshit to make the actual proposal seem all the more ... something. I don't think "pathetic" is what they're going for, but that's what it's going to seem like.
Courtney forces herself to cry a little and tell us that she's worried that if Ben can't get over what happened between her and the other girls, despite the fact SHE'S THE ONE WHO BROUGHT IT UP. She's terrified that Ben might do to her what Ashley did to him. Not propose? I didn't even watch that season. "My heart hurts just thinking about it," she tells us. "...at least, it would if I had a heart," she forgets to add.
Decision day! Ben says he's got two incredible woman, and he can see spending the rest of life with both of them (not at the same time, apparently). We got soft-focus montages of Courtney and Lindzi while Ben talks about how amazing they both are.
And now here's Lindzi, going out on her deck so she can have her own super-saturated soft-focus montage of her time with Ben. "I'm half excited and half terrified," she says. She's also concerned that Ben doesn't know who Courtney really is, because it would horrible to propose to someone who you didn't really know.
And now Courtney is talking about how sweet and thoughtful Ben is, and she finally knows what real, true love is. "It's crazy to think I could be getting engaged to him today," she says.
Ben again, goes out onto his deck to gaze at the Matterhorn, and how angry am I that if I ever go to Switzerland and I see the Matterhorn, I'm going to think of Ben Flashksnknsfda and this unspeakably awful show.
And then the ring guy shows up and the two of them look at rings and, despite this being The Bachelor, use words like "forever." And then ring guy says things like "It's really organic" and "Every woman wants to be a princess" like SHUT UP RING GUY, and then Ben picks a ring.
And now the women are getting dressed, with Courtney wearing a white coat over a black gown and Lindzi in a Frodo cloak and a Black Swan dress, which ought to tell you who wins right there.