Andy posits, "I felt like I was walking into a house with a girl I've been dating and trying to impress her parents and trying to impress upon them what kind of person I am and what kind of person I could be with their daughter." Isn't that exactly what you're doing? We cut to the obligatory Q&A session, Tina's sister (y'know, the blonde one) asking Andy what impressed him about Tina. He responds that she "threw a lot of attitude" at him, citing quickly (because that's the kind of thing you say when you hate someone because of how much they hate you) her "confidence and energy and fire." In the next room, Chuck Norris takes some interview time, telling us in a slow Midwestern drawl, "I don't think Tina is scared of love." Back in the dining room, Tina's relatives address how they would feel if Tina were to move across the country to be with Andy, and Chuck jokes that "if she doesn't go with you, she's gonna go with someone else, so you might as well take her." Okay, her family is kind of groovy. There's this weird moment where Tina's sister gets up to go to her first school dance, and the only reason I'm even mentioning it is because someone would have noticed it if I hadn't. And I'm way too tired to check my email these days.
Upstairs after dinner, the couple sits on two really uncomfortable bridge chairs, and Andy goes in for a kiss and finally gets one. So happy is he to have finally scored with all four of his remaining "ladies" that he actually puts his arms up in victory and takes Tina's hand. I guess he's just waiting for the coach to come running out and pour a giant vat of Gatorade over his head before we're allowed to cut to the next scene. Yep. I'll wait. I sure do like Gatorade. Blue is my favorite flavor.
Edited quickly back downstairs now, Tina tells Andy, "I got you something." Uh oh. That's always a bad sign. She hands him a framed painting of a sun setting over some kind of body of water, with the words painted on, "I Want U 2 Want Me." Oh, crap. That is awesome. She told the little boy that she liked him in the lexicon of the Seventh Grade yearbook. That moment is 2 Good 2 Be 4 Gotten. And even more than it reminds me of that one chick who gave the creepy monkey guy a puzzle of herself on Joe Millionaire, it makes me think of the Simpsons episode where Ralph falls in love with Lisa. And for evoking such memories of better times, I think that Tina should be the winner. Tina? For your adventures in super-cheesiness, I Choo-Choo-Choose You.