Then there is five minutes of angst from each of them about wanting to kiss each other, due to this show's ongoing fairy-tale-simplistic veneration of the kiss being some sort of magical gamechanger. And then there is an awful, awful song playing while they continue to cuddle and hold hands and Sean kisses her on the forehead by this point Selma might as well blow the guy since she's probably disowned already.
The next day it's group-date time, and the women observer the tradition of trying to figure out what "roll with the punches" means. Lindsay, amazingly, focuses on the "roll" part and thinks they're going to get in big hamster balls and go rolling downhill, like WHAT IS WRONG WITH YOU LINDSAY and naturally everyone watching this show isn't surprised when the activity turns out to be rollerderby, since this show has been teasing that since the first episode.
Sean gets excited when he thinks about the women beating on each other in competition for his favors, and things are getting uneasily close to cracking Sean's veneer and exposing what he's really like. Amanda pretends she's done this before, but it's strictly for intimidation purposes. I like that! Sean continues to get off on watching the women hurt themselves for his benefit.
Naturally, this activity seems a little more difficult for one-armed Sarah -- both in terms of balance and in how much slower she's able to get herself back up when she falls. My heart breaks for her as she explains that this is one of those times she wishes things were normal, because she's in this position of trying to impress this douchebag of a bachelor. AshLee tries to give her a pep talk -- while patronizingly saying that to her, Sarah doesn't have a disability -- because Sarah really doesn't want to do this.
And what does Sean think? Since that's what's most important? Well, his "heart goes out" to Sarah because he knows this is difficult for her. "Part of me wants to say, 'Hey, you don't need to do this.' But the other part wants to say, 'Hey, you should do it, I think you can do it,' because I know she'll feel a huge sense of accomplishment after she completes it."