Anyway, they sit down for a break and Courtney starts whining about how tough it was to know that he was on a date with Emily, and how if she didn't get a one-on-one date she wouldn't have accepted a rose, and how she's not sure she's comfortable bringing him home to meet her family, and how they've lost the spark, and Ben just sits there taking this nonsense.
Back at the house, the women are all complaining about Courtney, and Nicki is confident that the more time Ben spends with Courtney, the more her true colors will shine through.
Back at the temple, her true colors ARE shining through, but Ben is such the idiot that he talks about how much more he respects her for sharing her (petty, shallow, selfish) feelings like this. He says he wants someone with a little bit of an edge, a little bit weird, and he says she's unique, and she says it's really nice, because a lot of people don't always get her or understand it or whatever, and she asks if he'd feel comfortable meeting her family, and he says he would, and then they resume climbing to the top, and this majestic temple that is centuries old suffers the indignity of being reduced to a metaphor for a relationship between two morons on a horrible television show. Then they hold hands and cuddle and kiss and she rewards his spineless behaviour by telling him she's refound the spark. Oh! And Ben talks about how when he sees something amazing he often says, "Oh my Dad," which is somewhat strange and unsettling.
Later they sit down for dinner and talk about soulmates and how Courtney is now comfortable bringing him home to meet her parents and floats the possibility of Ben asking her dad Sauron for her hand in marriage, and now they are kissing, and Courtney sounds genuine when she tells us that she's high on love, and then she undermines it by telling the other women to suck it and then she fires pretend guns at everyone, making "pew! pew!" noises. She even turns her hands sideways for the killshot.
Back at the house, the group date card arrives for Rachel, Nicki and Kacie (which isn't a surprise since they were the only three left): "Let's sea whose family I will meet," reads the card. Emily, who wasn't there when Courtney's date card arrived, asks what her reaction was, and they talk about how it met with her approval.