Much later, they're having wine and of course still talking about how amazing they are for jumping off a bridge, like it's been fifteen minutes of this. Jake tells Vienna that he's looking for someone who's really nurturing. Mama's boy, hey? He thanks her for helping him when he wet his pants over bungee jumping. And then they talk for another five hours about the goddamn bungee jump, and then they toast each other, and then they kiss. Jake says he absolutely knows that Vienna is "here for the right reasons" but he needs to make sure she's at a place in her life when she's ready for a relationship. They sit on about a hundred cushions and talk about how it's important to be friends, she deserves a good relationship or something, and Jake says something about chemistry.
Ella's concerned because she hasn't had a date yet, and here comes the group date card for Corrie, Elizabeth, Ali, Tenley, Ashley, Jessie, Kathryn and Michelle; "Love is no laughing matter. Or is it? Jake." Look, we've all seen the preview with Jon Lovitz. Our sense of queasy foreboding is growing by the moment. Michelle is plotting murder, because it's no fun that other people exist and therefore get in the way of her husband-procuring plan. Ella, Gia and Valishia are not going on a date. Tenley says she doesn't think Vienna's returning tonight. Why? Because she's confident Jake's going to see what the other women see.
Right now, Jake is seeing a bikini-clad Vienna as they get into a hot tub, and he thanks her for helping him jump off that bridge like SHUT THE FUCK UP ABOUT THE BUNGEE JUMPING ALREADY! GOD! I mean, if you can't think of ANYTHING else to talk about for the rest of the night? This is not going to work. Jake gets out of the pool to go and get the rose, and then he blathers on about how great she is and he always asks "stern questions" and she always has "great answers" like what is he even talking about? "I'm on cloud Jake right now," Vienna tells us. And then they are making out in the pool. "I'm having the best time of my life, and I think he's absolutely amazing. Jake's my Prince Charming," she says. She says this was the best day of her life so far, except for when she marries Jake.
And then we go back to the house with Vienna, many of the women openly agog that she's returned. Vienna blithely blathers on about how intense her date was, completely oblivious to the murderous stares, not just from Michelle, either. Ashleigh says she'd rather watch paint dry than listen to Vienna talk about her date with Jake. Ali is a little "shooken up" that Vienna came home with a rose.