Then Jake comes back to the other women to tell them what happened and how he's so sensitive that he's not going to give out a rose tonight because things have just been so crazy or whatever, and I think he's not doing anyone any favors by not saying "You're all lame and no one deserves a rose" and he walks away and the women spend a little time talking about how "amazingly strong" Jake is for some reason (can we please please PLEASE stop with the sanctification of the Bachelor/Bachelorette for merely not being selfish assholes?), and then a little time talking about how Vienna should be the next one eliminated.
Ella's very excited about her date. "I feel like it's my wedding day!" she says. Shit, dial it back, Ella! "I think Ella is a wonderful woman, and I'm really excited to see where our relationship's going to go," Jake tells us. Then he talks about the sacrifices Ella's made to be here, since she left a son behind to be here. Sounds more like her son's sacrifice, if you ask me. Which is not to criticize her necessarily. The kid's probably having a great visit with his grandparents or something. But I'm also tired of the contestants being praised for "making sacrifices" or "putting their lives on hold" or whatever bullshit. They're not digging wells for impoverished villages in Africa or anything. Any "sacrifices" they're making are entirely self-imposed and avoidable.
So a helicopter lands in the courtyard, and this show is really overdoing it with the helicopters, I have to say. Ella doesn't know where they're going, but she doesn't care. "I want him to know everything about me."
Vienna says none of the other women slept in the same room as she did last night. "The best thing for me to do is be the bigger person," she tells us. She apologizes to the other women, and says they're going to take their feelings into account. Gia hugs her. Ali, however, gets ugly about it, and reminds her that she wasn't upset because Jake went on a one-on-one with someone else, but because he went on a one-on-one with Vienna. So now Vienna's crying. Ashleigh apparently thinks that's a good thing, because "anyone can apologize." Funny, then, that Vienna's the only one who has.
So the helicopter takes Jake and Ella to SeaWorld, which apparently is, like the amusement park, not open to the public so these two can selfishly have the place to themselves. Jake's got a special surprise for her, and what else could it possibly be but her son? Her son comes running up to them, and considering the way the kid's slapping the pavement, it's pretty obvious that Ella was purposely not turning her head to look, so I'm guessing they had to film this more than once.