Then he sits down with her father, and Sean is worried her dad will ask if he loves her, which really would only be a problem if he, you know, doesn't. And her dad does in fact ask that, so Sean trots out his ol' "I'm crazy about her" standby. And then they talk about AshLee getting married before and how sad that was for Bruce. Sean asks a carefully qualified question about whether Bruce would be OK with Sean proposing, assuming he loves AshLee and everything, and Bruce is all, "If so, then yes," essentially.
And then they sit back down at the picnic and Bruce tells a sweet story about when they met AshLee for the first time, and he gets choked up, and it only gets a little weird when he says the man who takes her from him has to fall in love with her like that. I really hope whoever she marries loves her in a very different way than her father does.
And then the couple kisses goodnight, and we're not all supposed to find it incredibly sad that AshLee is literally talking about how there's pixie dust in the air while Sean has spent the entire time hoping he wouldn't be forced to admit he doesn't love her.
Aw, it's Seattle! I was in you not all that long ago! I love that place! It seems a little gross now that the Bachelor is skanking it up at the Pike Place market, where they get on that pig and watch the dudes toss fish and of course each of them gets to do it. Sean acquits himself well, and then it's Catherine's turn. Sean thinks this is the height of irony since she's never even caught a fish. This, for some reason, has him "stoked."
And then they stroll through the market and act spontaneous and goofy and Sean tells us that Catherine brings out the kid in him. He knows her family must be the same, since they helped raise her. I guess he's forgotten how her happy-go-lucky dad tried to kill himself in front of them, but maybe we're not talking about that anymore.
Catherine clues him in on her Mnong family's cultural heritage, which is good, because he seemed baffled just by experiencing Seattle for the first time. Catherine says it would be perfect if Sean fell in love with her and her family today. Yes, that would be good, since you hope to marry him and all. She feels the most vulnerable she has been since this stupid show started.
Sean calls her house "cute" like shut up Sean, and the two of them walk in and Sean is introduced to her mom, grandmother and her sisters, Monica and India. They eat some food, Sean gets a tour, and Catherine's grandmother hits on him. Then he does pushups with Catherine on his back.