Not that it's going to stop her from trying. And, when in doubt, bikini and hot tub. They climb on in as Jesse tells us that he doesn't know if Jessica knows what she wants out of her life or understands what his life entails. He gives her a for-instance: "You're at a football game, and I'm playing. And it's in New York City. And 75,000 people are booing me." Ha! Situations taken from real life! Except for the "playing time" part.
From the perch of the hot tub, Jesse and Jessica can view where the final Rose Ceremony will take place. He asks her if she's "ready for tomorrow," and she says that she's really excited. She tells him that she's not a jealous person, but that she really feels like "this is right." Vomitous kissing makes me sad. Jesse's confessional says it all: "I've got this amazing woman with this amazing mind who can make me really happy. And, on top of that, she is just hot."
"I do want a fairy-tale ending," Jesse tells us over the beginning of a season-long (that's right. All seven episodes) montage of Jessica. And then of Tara. He loves that she's "a bit of a challenge," but he could see himself being "with someone like Tara." Heh. Someone "like" her. He puts on his suit and stares out the window, continuing, "It is so hard for me to separate them right now in my mind." Because they look like twins and you're a moron?