Back at the hole in the ground, Ben and Jennifer are hanging there, waiting for the final fall. Jennifer tells us about how she wants Ben to think she's up for anything. That's what the bedroom is for, Jennifer. Ben talks about trust, and in a moment, their rope is disconnected, and the plunge into the water at the bottom of the hole, and I guess this means Jennifer is worthy of Ben's attention.
Despite all this nonsense, I kinda like Jennifer. She seems nice and normal and -- well, anyone who isn't a nightmare like Courtney is going to come off well. They take a ski life up a hill for a dinner by a fire. Ben's asking about her relationship history. God DAMN. Don't these people ever talk about what movies they like or music they're into? Jennifer says she was in a relationship with a guy who wouldn't marry her, so she ended it. Great story! He wants to know if she can give up her 8-to-5 lifestyle for the utter chaos of winery life. (Spoiler alert: she can.) And then it rains on them, which is a good omen! Of course, good weather would also have been a good omen!
Back at the house, the women are discussing whether Ben and Jennifer have a connection. Everyone seems to like Jennifer, except for Courtney, who says she just seems normal. While the women actually talking to Courtney can barely hide their what's-her-deal facial expressions, the women doing their hair and other lady parts in the bathroom are a little more vocal about how fake she is. Some of them think Ben needs to be told what an awful person Courtney is (Emily calls her the "vegan raw doe-eyed model"), although Monica is wisely counseling them not to waste time with him talking about another woman. She figures true colors will always shine through. Maybe not always, but enough. Contestants on this show say this a lot but I think it's really true for Courtney: if Ben doesn't see through her bullshit, shouldn't that mean he's not worth your time?
Back on the date, Jennifer is marveling about how lucky she is be like the twelfth woman he's kissed in the past few days. He gives her the rose, and then they take the chairlift back down the mountain to an awful concert of awful music by awful Clay Walker, and the presence of an actual audience doesn't prevent Jennifer from claiming it's a concert for her and Ben. I guess because they're allowed to stand up while everyone else sits down? "I think it's really special that Ben put this together for me," says Jennifer. Oh, man. OK, Jennifer. Stick with Ben. Wait until the cameras have stopped rolling. Ask him, once you're not on the show, to call up Clay Walker and put together another concert. See how much the show, and not Ben, actually put together for you.