Jill asks Jason how he would describe her to his peeps back home. He says fun, gorgeous, exciting, and adventurous. He asks if that's how she thinks of herself. It is. He asks her the same question and she gives a long-winded version of "Nice guy that I'd like to bone." She VO's that their CONNECTION is amazing. She says that "it's safe to say" she is "falling in love" with Jason. She tells Jason that she is looking for her best friend and relays a story about her awesome grandparents as an example. Jason tells us that Jillian seems like a great friend, but he's looking for a more passionate connection. Uh-oh. He says that he wants more than a best friend. He's moving a little bit from precious to the dense or douche-y territory, yes? Oh my God, Jason says that he and Jill are on the edge of a cliff right now -- which is a literal manifestation of where their relationship is. Oh my. He says their next step is to see if they have passion. "Is it too much to ask for the world?" If you're asking, you clearly don't know the answer. But, for clarity's sake -- yes, it's too much to ask.
Later that night, Jill meets Jason at the winery where he is staying. She is dressed to the nines in a short white iridescent dress and knee high black leather boots. I think the boots take away a little from the look, but that's me and maybe she was just trying to pack efficiently. Jason loves the look and wonders if his jeans and untucked shirt are insufficiently dressy. Blah, blah, she's the luckiest girl in the world.
They have dinner together in an empty, dramatically lit room. He tells us that, if dinner goes well, he has the option of inviting Jill to a night in a "fantasy suite." He thinks that spending the night with someone is an important part of a relationship. Wow -- unsexiest sentence ever. He asks her to describe how she's feeling about everything. She says that she feels overwhelmed when she's not with him, but she sees him and gets butterflies in her stomach. Hmm, I'd like some definition of the distance between "overwhelmed" and "butterflies." Meanwhile, while she's working her ass off with this flowery nonsense, he's just staring at her with this goofy expectant grin on his face.
He gives her a kiss. He tells us that he has been waiting for her to spill her guts like she just did. Then she asks him if he has something for her. She wants that invitation to the "fantasy suite." He seems a little shocked, but he gives it to her anyway. She asks him if he can handle a whole night with her. "Without a doubt." Really? This is happening? I'm a grown man, but I'd have a lot of explaining to do to the folks if I were spending the night in a hotel suite with virtual strangers. Wouldn't most people? Slutty Walt Disney. Jillian tells us that she wants to see if they CONNECT physically, but wanted to make sure he could handle "all of this fire." Light and funny, but still kind a tawdry.