Back at the hotel, Gia picks up the date card which is, of course, for Ali. "I want to leave my heart in San Francisco. Show me your city," it reads, which means she gets to plan the date. She wants to show him where she lives and where she goes for brunch. Here's hoping Jake has a strong heart, because that might just be too much excitement for one date.
Meanwhile, Jake and Corrie are going to a science museum. As usual, they have the place to themselves. I'm starting to think that businesses don't want their staff to have anything to do with this show: "Sure, use the place, just leave us out of it, all right? Turn out the lights and lock up before you leave." They walk hand-in-hand and look at the birds and butterflies and the fish, including this big ugly fish that took one look at the camera and decided there was no way in hell he was going to be on camera and swims off.
Then they're having dinner, and talking about how much slower their relationship has gone, and this is one of those points where time is going so excruciatingly slowly that it feels like it's actually going backwards. And now they are talking about living together before marriage, which Corrie doesn't want to do, and admits that she's a virgin, and Jake respects all this, but I bet is actually turned on, which is awfully fortunate for Corrie I suppose, and she says she can definitely see herself engaged to Jake at the end of all this. Which any veteran watcher of this show knows is likely being included to make an elimination seem that more dramatic.
Ali gets herself made up for her date with Jake, and it turns out she actually is from Massachusetts but San Francisco is her home now, and this feels more important than the hometown date. Yeah, I'm sure if Ali gets a hometown date, she'll say, "Eh, last week in San Francisco was more important than this."