So then the other women are still talking shit about Vienna, and Ali raises a toast for Corrie for being the Shit-Talk Vienna pioneer or something, and Michelle won't participate, because she thinks when she gets one-on-one time with Jake it's just going to be about her and Jake. So that's something.
Michelle says her one-on-one time is her only concern, and Ali warns her that Jake will want someone who can get along with other people, and it's rather presumptive of Ali to assume that Jake's going to pick a woman based on her ability to get along with the other women who ARE GOING TO BE ELIMINATED, AFTER ALL, and Michelle shuts her down, and Ali says she was just trying to help (she wasn't), and Michelle goes off on wanting a husband and having babies, and Elizabeth tells us Michelle needs a therapist before she needs a husband. It gets more and more obvious that Michelle doesn't want Jake, she wants a husband.
So she gets some one-on-one time, and she talks tearfully to Jake about how she wants love, and she asks if it would be awkward if she asked him to kiss her. You mean more awkward, right? And they share a little peck, and Michelle says "you gotta give me more than that" and the other women are watching for "body language" and Jake is really uncomfortable and says he just wants this night to be over, and she talks about how maybe she should just go home, and Jake's all, "I think it's best if you do go," and she can't believe it, so he walks her to the curb. Bluff called, Michelle. "I'm not going to let another girl go when you don't even know if you want to be here," Jake tells us.
Crying on the sidewalk, Michelle says she really wanted to find a husband. Well, then, good job coming on a show that means you have your choice of ONE guy, and you're competing against twenty-four other women. Anyway, Michelle apparently thinks she was the odds-on favorite: "Certain people felt that I was the girl," says. The other voices in your head don't count, Michelle. God, I feel bad for the women who react like going on The Bachelor is like their final, last-ditch experimental treatment for some rare disease that's going to kill them if it doesn't work.