Jessica wakes up in her hotel room, telling us that she's both excited and nervous. That's totally how I feel, with both of those words replaced by a giant saw working its way through a log, in the Archie Comic Digest visual representation of "sleeping soundly, snoring loudly."
Tara is also nervous. She doesn't want to wait too long. But there's all that vomiting still left do.
And, with all immaculate timing, Jesse goes to pick up the engagement ring. Surprisingly, he goes with the one with all the diamonds. "I finally now feel like I'm beginning to lean in a certain direction."
And it's "toward Jessica's hairspray," like a moth to a flame. But for the love of all things holy, keep the flames away from that thing unless you want the whole city going up in a fireball. The "city" in question, of course, being the one that contains the Van Nuys location of the Supercuts chair, which Jessica marched into earlier that day and insisted, "Give me the Medusa! And don't skimp on the real snakes."
"I kind of felt bad about things," Tara suddenly realizes. "Like things weren't going well." She closes the door to her hotel room. But alas, there's a camera on the other side also! She tears up and frets about being "too invested" in the whole thing. An evil minor synth chord holds on the soundtrack as she tearily repeats the sentence, "I just don't want to go. I just don't want to go." You have the power not to, Tara! For the love of god! Change shows! I did.
Okay, Tara's got her dress on. And her hair looks fine. She puts in some eye drops and tries to de-crack-addict-ify her face.
Meanwhile, Jessica leaves her room and walks to the lobby of her hotel, noting in a voice-over that she would marry Jesse if he asked.
Tara walks down as well, telling us how anxious she feels. She has a "bad feeling" that she can't explain. She knows. She totally knows. As we all know.
And, inside the house, Jesse stands in the woefully underused Room Of Reckoning, telling us, "It hit me right away like a ton of bricks. I know how I'm feeling. I know what my heart and my head are telling me. And I now know who the woman is. I mean, it's obvious. She's the one. And it's so funny how, all the sudden [sic], in a day, I'm completely convinced." It IS funny! How that happens! Every season! During this exact scene! He can't wait to see the girl and speak "from [his] soul." Oooooooh. That's ghoulish. I don't want to see that at all.