The evening comes to an end, and Alden tells Helene that they enjoyed having her around and she's great blah blah blah. He tells us that marriage is a big commitment. Whatever. Don't expect me to give much credence to the comments from people who willingly participate in a show that makes a mockery of it. Aaron and Helene head back out in a limo. Kathy tells us that she thought Helene was great. But tomorrow, they're going to open up their house to Brooke, and Kathy's looking forward to meeting her, too. Kathy has the same vocal tic that Aaron does -- her pitch goes up at the ends of her sentences, like she's surprised at what she's saying.
Inside the limo, Helene tells Aaron that she's impressed with his family and felt at ease. And stuff. Whatever. You know. They make out. Helene tells us that before she met the family, she was 100\% sure that she'd accept a marriage proposal. Now she's 110\% sure. See 'N Say Aaron tells us that tomorrow is an important day. He's hoping that after the family meets Brooke, they'll be able to help him decide. I can see that conversation with them: "They both have great asses. What am I supposed to do?" Aaron and Helene make out in the limo.
Commercials. Now, if you could do me a favor, go back to the part where Aaron met Helene at the hotel in Springfield. Now read that whole section again, and switch Helene and Brooke's names. There, that's thirty minutes taken care of.