So they're going rock-climbing, despite Sean apparently knowing she's not very athletic. Also, she hates heights. Does she like anything? They strap their gear on and get ready to be hoisted a hundred feet up a crevasse to the top.
And just when you start wondering if it's OK to wish for some 127 Hours-type of situation, Selma starts talking about getting some sort of adrenalin and I guess we're supposed to applaud her ability to find inner reserves of strength in order to impress Sean. Eventually -- after many down-shirt shots of Selma by the camera crew who are on top of this unconquerable rock -- they reach the top, hug for a little bit, and then get ready to get lowered back down the side and go for dinner.
And then they go to some sort of themed kitschy RV park which she patronizingly calls "country glam" and they cuddle up under a blanket and Sean regales us with the story of his one serious relationship since college, which ended when that crazy chick started talking about marriage. And where he once wasn't ready for that, now he's ready for that! And isn't Sean growing up!
Sean asks about her family, and she says there's a lot he doesn't know about her family. Well, you try to keep the families of twenty-five girlfriends straight! She talks to us about growing up in a strict, conservative Muslim household. She's not going to kiss Sean because she thinks her strict mom will "literally" have a heart attack -- and she appears to understand correct usage of that word. It's interesting that she thinks her mom will be fine with her boobs hanging out all over the place and cuddling with this man but would draw at actually kissing him.
Back at the house, a group date card arrives for Lindsay, Robyn, Jackie, Catherine, Amanda, AshLee or Ashleigh or Ashley whatever, Sarah and Tierra (Tierra puts a puss on because she doesn't want to share Sean). "I'm looking for a woman who can roll with the punches..." reads the card.
Meanwhile, Sean and Selma are cuddling, and she whispers that she can't kiss him. They talk about her conservative parents, and Selma admits that her mom isn't happy about her doing this at all. To me, that doesn't read "conservative" so much as "sane" and "responsible." She's allowed to date, but in her culture they kind of keep it secret, she explains. "For me to put it on display like to the world, you know, is a big deal to her," she says.