In the kitchen, Polly and Hayley bad touch Andrew, as he asks them what they think of Kirsten. Polly can tell the truth to the camera, but to Andy it's "I'd like to have more of a chance to get to know her." Hayley recalls something their mother said last night (though she calls her "Mum"), explaining it to him really slowly like his Firestone Wine went down the wrong pipe and he coughed up a few chromosomes that he was never to see again. She says, "You marry somebody, or you are with somebody, who has...the way they are is the way they'll be. The things that you like will grow on you, and the things that you dislike will become more annoying." You mean, like if you're with someone? Who finishes every phrase? With like an upward? Like, inflection at the end? But that is actually a really bizarre piece of advice, because it sounds like it advocates (a) choosing a life mate by the lesser of two evils, and (b) moving toward the middle of the emotional spectrum by choosing someone who doesn't have any specifically annoying personality traits, despite whether they have any explicitly good character traits. Can you see who they're trying to manipulate things in favor of yet? Can you? Can you? Can you? Is it working? Does it work?
"Andrew so outweighs my ex-boyfriend, it's just amazing." Yup. It gets much, much worse. Adam takes a chance: "Last night, it came up about your old boyfriend." Which totally makes it sound like Jen brought it up a little, no? Kirsten barks out a totally, chirpily pissed "Oh, really." She explains with not much comprehension that, when she left to go on the show, she "never got to close things off with him." Also, "I probably didn't tell him before I left." Hmmm. Andrew 2.0 asks what happens if things don't work out with Andrew, and Kirsten tells him, "I know that I've looked everywhere else and I found something that was so much more what I was expecting out of a relationship and made me so much happier." And then she's cut off. In her interview, Kirsten tells us that she thinks she made it clear that, regardless of what happens with Andrew, "No matter what, I'm not going back to that past relationship." So, that's it, then.