Second verse, lame as the first: here comes Molly, who hugs Jason enthusiastically but not as enthusiastically as Melissa did. Strike one, Molly! She tells us that it's a really big deal to meet Jason's son. We probably mostly knew that, Molly. Jason tells us that Molly hasn't been around kids a lot, so it's OK for her to be nervous. Well, as long as she has your permission. He tells her that he thinks she'll see a different part of him, and let's all hope that this is the non-douchey side. She tells Jason that when he talks about Ty, there's a little light in his eyes. Weird -- it's almost like this father loves his son.
So Ty is hanging out at a picnic table, and is not as high-energy as he was yesterday. Molly tries to give him five, and he totally leaves her hanging! Go, Ty! So they play Frisbee, and at first Ty doesn't want to throw to her. "I was freaking out," says Molly. And then he warms up, as kids do, and they go fly a kite on the beach. Jason tells us that Molly was "in the moment" and that's what he needed to see. Then they go looking for shells and fortunately Molly does not get stung by a jellyfish, necessitating Jason peeing on her. Weirdly, despite the fact that Molly plays golf, they don't go golfing.
So then Jason's family meets Molly, who is like one of two dozen women they've seen their son make out with on national television. Molly praises Jason again for "lighting up" when he talks about Ty. Jason's dad asks Molly about what her parents think of the whole thing. "My dad is, like, my world," says Molly, and she goes on about how her dad told her he'd never seen her "lit up" as she was with Jason, only I'm sure Molly's dad just meant she was drunk. Molly sparkles as she tells the family that she's in love with Jason.
"We're tired of seeing our brother get hurt," says one of Jason's brothers, which I think means they're as sick of him being on television as we are. The other brother asks her about whether she's ready to give up some of her freedom to be part of a family. She babbles on about how she had her wild and crazy time, which went on longer than it should have, but that's over. Except she still likes to go out with her friends and "let loose." Except she's "been there, done that." So just whatever answer you want to hear from Molly, she hopes she said it.
How long is this grilling going on? Do we really need to ask Molly if she would have a problem moving? Would any bachelorette say, "Ehhhh, yeah, that's a bit of an issue. I think I would be miserable in Seattle. I am not looking forward to leaving my home"?