In the suite, they have a champagne toast to "one of the best dates" Jason has ever had. I understand that he has to maintain suspense and all, but that's a pretty lame toast when the girl has just agreed to spend the night with you. He tells us that he has "incredibly strong feelings towards Jill." He thinks his family might like Jill more than anyone he has ever dated. "It's possible" that he might be falling in love with her.
Bikini and board shorts-clad, they retreat to the hot tub, champagne in hand. Then they start making out hard-core. She tells him that he's the most remarkable person she has ever met. Then, accompanied by Spanish music, they REALLY make out. Like, I think I see rubbing beneath the water. No, I do. I see rubbing. At one point, he has her on the edge of the hot tub and her legs are wrapped around him and she's grabbing his ass. I'm not kidding. He says that he could "feel her hands" on him. This guy is stupid. And, that's that.
The next day, he's standing on a road with an umbrella. Molly appears from around a bend on the road and runs to him. He says that today is all about Molly. They kiss when they get to each other, which Molly says was like a scene out of a movie. She says that spending the day with Jason will take their relationship "to the next level" because it has been goofy up to this point.
To make things serious, he takes her bungee jumping, which was apparently invented in Queenstown. That's a crazy little fact. Jason tells Molly that he signed the release for the bungee company before reading it -- she's thinking that she did the same thing in regards to this show. She tells us that she's happy to bungee jump with Jason, because it's scary and they will have each other to get through it. She thinks the experience will be "groundbreaking" for their relationship. It's like they're speaking a completely different language, but with words that I use.