He says he prejudged Melissa when she first got out of the limousine, that she was only there for a good time. Really? First we're hearing about this. Since Jason gave her the first solo date, doesn't that mean he only picked her for that because she's cute? Remember when Melissa cried after the General Hospital date? I'd almost forgotten too, but this damn show revisits it. Jason wonders if everything is "too perfect" with Melissa, and he's really looking forward to meeting her family, like he's not recording this after having already been snubbed by them, which we know is coming thanks to all the promos they show of it.
Ty helps his dad take his bags out to the car. Jason says the hometown date is a lot harder for him on this side of it, because he has to make a decision not just for himself but for Ty as well. Ty doesn't know anything! He thinks you should take twenty-one shirts!
So first up is Kelowna, B.C., where Jason is going to meet Jillian's family. He's still got some questions for her, like if she's into him as much as he's into her. Two things: A) Didn't they have that interminable conversation last week, and B) He's constantly expressing reservations about her, so I don't think it would be very hard to be as into him as he's into her.
So they leap into each other's arms, and Jillian explains to him that she grew up in Northern Alberta, but her grandparents moved out here when she was four or five, and then when she moved out of the house, her parents moved down here too. True story! Kelowna's gorgeous. I happen to be going there in a couple of months. Lake Okanagan. British Columbia in the fall, man. Surpassed only by Nova Scotia. Jillian tells him about Ogopogo, which is like the Loch Ness monster for Canadians. And Jillian claims to have stepped on him when she went tubing as a child.
Jason says he never thought he'd meet someone like Jillian, who loves everything about her life and wants to share it with someone. He's never met someone like that? What kind of dour people does Jason hang around with?
They head into the Mission Hill winery, and Jason thinks it's like a fairy-tale, only instead of marrying the handsome prince, four women compete to marry boring old Jason. "The winery is beautiful, but not nearly as beautiful as Jill," Jason says in an interview, like we're all supposed to melt at how sweet he is.