Outside, Hector tells Naomi that he talked to Jason about her Judeo-Christian upbringing, which is something he thinks she needs to consider. "I think Jason knows I am a spiritual person," she says, and I don't think Hector realizes Naomi means "spiritual" in its "I don't want to appear shallow but I also don't want to appear to want to marry Jesus" sense. She also says she honestly doesn't care if they believe in the same things or not. Really? Check out your own parents, Naomi, to see if it helps to believe the same things. Hector says he trusts them to make the right decision (appearance on The Bachelor notwithstanding, I imagine) and that he'll support her whatever decision she makes. Silly Hector! She has no control over this! It's entirely up to the man!
Jason and Naomi play tag with the kids in the backyard until it's time for Jason to go, like before Joanne swats a mosquito and orders Jason to eulogize it. Naomi walks Jason outside. "After Jason said goodbye to everybody, I knew 100 percent that I am falling in love with this man," she tells us, and then she and Jason suck face for ten minutes by the garage. She tells us that after her last relationship, she said the next time she fell in love would be with the man she's going to marry. Back inside, she tells her family that the next time she sees them, she could be engaged: "Isn't that crazy?" In this house? Nah. Naomi's sister asks if she'd say yes to his proposal after having known him for only six weeks, and Naomi says "yes!" and everyone toasts "new beginnings." This is what it sounds like when doves cry.
After the commercial break, Jason's in Dallas, "Ready to see Melissa and meet her family." Yeah, and it's totally going to happen, the whole "meet her family" part! Way to build the drama by having Jason constantly talk about it when WE ALREADY KNOW IT ISN'T GOING TO HAPPEN.
So Melissa has a little mini-picnic set up by a pond and she gives him a tooth fairy box for Ty to put his teeth in, and Jason thinks it was awesome that not only was she thinking of him but thinking of Ty as well, and he'll be sure to mention how impressive that was when he totally meets her family later, and eventually Melissa gets around to breaking the news to him: "You today will be meeting some of my best friends," she says. "My parents are not comfortable with the ... publicness, I guess of this." Jason asks how she feels about that, and she says it bothers her. Jason tells us it was disappointing that he's not going to get to meet them, because it's important to see how he gets along with the family. Melissa's also distressed by it, because he's going to get to meet all the other bachelorettes' families, and I hate to tell her that I think this is an advantage for her, and I'd like to say thank god for Melissa's parents who just don't want to have video cameras in their faces over what should be a family moment. "I don't want this to sway any decision he has on me." If it does, he's a dick, so don't worry about it, Melissa.