Andrew and Tina leave the beach and head to a lagoon where some dolphins are jumping happily in the air. It turns out that the first phase of their date is going to involve swimming in the dolphin lagoon. They frolic, they kiss the dolphins, they learn to make the dolphins dance on command...it's just a big old fish-errific love scene. In an interview, Andrew basically says that, as much fun as the dolphins were, what he's really looking forward to is the evening, with its promise of dinner, more hair-pushing, and perhaps a door-closing shot if he's really lucky. I have to say that of all the dates I think would do nothing for your sense of the other person and what he's really like, the dolphins may be the champion. King of the Meaningless Bachelor Dates -- that is a hard-earned title.
Later, Tina and Andrew have lunch -- wait, didn't they have a picnic before? Was that brunch? I'm so confused. They talk about what an "amazing day" it was, with the fish-kissing and everything. Tina claims in an interview to have had a "rush of emotions" at dinner, but you can't really tell, because he's busy -- you guessed it -- pushing her hair back. That's really not a bad move, but you cannot do it every three minutes, or the girl will start to think you don't like the way she wears her hair. Or that you're overly interested in her forehead. "I'm falling for you, and I'm scared," Tina finally says in a way I simply don't find convincing. "Why are you scared? I want you to fall for me," Andrew says. Jesus, fuckwit, she's not scared of not pleasing you right at this particular moment. How clueless can one weasel be? And now, Round Three of the obligatory discussion about the other girls. As fascinating as ever.