Brad: I like it out here.
Emily: Me too. [Do they have crickets on desert islands?] What are you thinking?
Brad: Uhhhhhh... this is a really, really cool view...
Emily: It is really pretty.
Brad: Love it here.
He forgot to say, "Lots of sand..." Brad and Emily admit they both feel really nervous around each other. He admits he wants to kiss her. She tells him she's scared of getting her heart broken but knows that the only way she'll fall in love is to drop her guard completely. He takes her words to heart and decides to put it all out there. He tells her he cares more for her than he would like to admit and doesn't want to leave any conversations with her regretting that he didn't say it. They share a kiss. Brad thinks he and Emily have broken new ground and gone to the next level. "We're losing the sun," says Brad, "and we're gaining the moon." Emily says she once thought the only way they'd ever work out if the sun and the moon aligned, and here it's happened! Emily hopes she can take Brad home to meet her parents, but she's still hesitant to introduce him to her daughter.
Back at the villa, the ladies are speculating on Emily's date when they get news of Brad's next one-on-one date: Shawntel. Strike two, Britt! Shawntel admits to the others that she wasn't expecting it at all. Someone snaps back, "Yeah, neither were we." Burn! Shawntel feels bad that Britt's hopes keep getting dashed but vows to focus on her relationship with Brad so she doesn't end up crazy "like some of the girls here." We're looking at you, Britt.
Brad and Emily walk down a moonlit beach toward their romantic dinner. He says they haven't talked about the hometown dates yet. Family is really important to him, so he wants to meet her daughter. They sit down and clink their wine glasses. She says Brad professing his feelings was her favorite part of the day, and she really needed it after a hard week missing her daughter, Ricky. He takes the occasion to ask if she'll let him meet Ricky. Before he even gets the words out, she lets out a deep sigh, and he calls her on it. She says she's been really anxious because she is protective and doesn't want to damage her daughter by bringing people around who will confuse or hurt her. Brad's all, "But back to me." Emily admits she's still scared to bring Ricky into the equation, but she understands that it's not normal to propose to someone who won't let you meet their kid. She says it's getting a little too real for her. Brad tries to ease Emily's fears by breaking the rules to tell her that he will definitely give her a rose during the next ceremony. They walk to the water and kiss passionately while the waves lap at their ankles all sexual metaphor-like.