Off to snow-covered Durango, Colorado, to meet Chelsea's parents. Matt says Chelsea's been going kind of hot and cold, and he wants to find out what her intentions are. Matt strolls up to Chelsea, waiting on a park bench, and they embrace. Chelsea admits to being nervous about introducing the man she "could potentially fall in love with" to her parents. She tells Matt that she gets emotional seeing her parents because they live so far away and she squeals.
When they get to mom and dad's place, mom squeals just like her daughter does. In a talking head, she says she wants her marriage to be just like her parents' has been. Over lunch, Chelsea tells her parents that "Sometimes we don't get each other's jokes because I don't speak British." Matt tells Chelsea's dad that he's ready to find the one, admitting to questioning whether Chelsea was really into him. "Here's to finding happiness," toasts Kerry, who says in a talking head that he was impressed with Matt. Chatting with his daughter, he asks what she thinks, and Chelsea blathers about wanting to get to know Matt more, which is a good idea, considering this show keeps telling us that it's her dream to marry Matt. Meanwhile, Matt chats up Chelsea's mom, and says he fell in love with her the first time they hung out. Are the family meetings always like this? With the bachelors basically lying to the parents' faces?
Kerry's advice to Chelsea: "Nothing ventured, nothing gained," but adds that she needs to let Matt know if she does or doesn't have feelings for him. In a talking head, Chelsea says her dad tells her the honest truth. "I just need to open myself up and feel the feelings I've had," she says. She walks him out, and they kiss and say they're going to miss each other. Are you thinking of Shayne now, Matt? This is gross. How has this show lasted twelve seasons?