And now, real men. Jesse sits on a couch somewhere with The Stache, who is thinking that in another year or so he's going to need to add The Stache to the combover, which is going to be tricky, but he's totally the man for the job, y'all. The Stache asks Jesse, "What do you feel compelled to do at the end of this effort?" What does he "feel compelled to do at the end of this effort"? For heaven's sake! Speak like people, people! Jesse swallows hard and responds that he doesn't know, and The Stache reminds Jesse that a good relationship is still good a year from now. "Be true to yourself," The Stache fortune-cookies. Jesse knows that his father is worried that Jesse will propose, because, according to Jesse, "that's what the Bachelor does." I love when it hits this point in the season and since they're the ones in love they feel like they've risen above the show itself. What that is? Is a load of crap. But there's no time to think about it, because it's the end of the talk and Jesse kisses his father full on the mouth. He does. It's paused. I'm looking right at it. It's disgusting. Made barely less so by the fact that, from this angle, it kind of looks like Jesse has boobies, so you can maybe understand why The Stache might have gotten confused.
Jesse walks Jessica outside at the end of dinner. Jessica launches in that she really is falling in love with Jesse and sees a future, but it all just seems so perfunctory. He thanks her for "putting up with" his crazy family. Don't you love how everyone thinks his or her family is the craaaaaaaaaaziest? Back in the living room, Susan shares that she thinks Jessica is "ideal." The Stache, however, finds her "devoid of experience" and "too young to take this seriously." Jesse wraps up for us that his parents had different opinions on Jessica because, otherwise, we'd have chaos.