And, we're cooking dinner. Andrew leads the witness by asking if there was anything she was concerned about at the dinner, and she cops to feeling a little weird "when [his] brother asked [her] about [her] whole ex-boyfriend situation." Scary music. Kirsten notes, "I hope that doesn't turn into the deciding factor" and then angrily chops a carrot and could kill him with a glance. Man, that look. Andy volleys back, "He wants to make sure that his baby brother is taken care of." Andy continues, "I felt a little bit silly, because I basically explained what the situation was, which was basically what he heard from you." And so Kirsten takes a chance to set the record straight: three-year relationship, should have ended a year and a half ago, knew that he wasn't going to commit, came out to Cali and met Andy, realized what real love was, happy ending. Right? RIGHT? That pasta looks delicious. Andy tells her that he went through the same thing with his ex-girlfriend, and that he is "totally sympathetic." They hug, and he tells us, "I do believe it is over with her ex-boyfriend." Now it's all out in the open. The plan. Has it backfired? Hot tub, hot tub, smacky kissing, hot tub. When he's with Kirsten, Andrew "feels as though it's right." He adds, "I could definitely see her as my wife." She even tries to coax his final answer out of him. He still doesn't know whom he's picking. Kirsten is pretty sure it's her, telling us, "I hope Andrew has fallen in love with me the way I've fallen in love with him."
It's the final day, and Andy tells us, "It's time to make a decision." Which he still hasn't, it appears. He sees amazing things with both of them. Over to Jen's place now, where she tells us that she could be "getting engaged tonight." Kirsten feels the same. Montage. Andy at a drive-in with Kirsten. Andy on a yacht with Kirsten. Andy pulls up at Harry Winston, and Randy shows him a series of rings. Montage. Jen and Andy meet. Jen and Andy are two of a group date. Palm Springs. The robes. The robes! They have a blast at bowling. Andy picks a ring that might have been the one that Jen picked out, but I'm not sure. It sure isn't the one that Kirsten chose. Jen and Kirsten put on their dresses in a split-screen! Kirsten tells us, "I really feel like I'm going to end up with Andrew." They get in their respective limos, as the split-screen continues. Gotta love The Bachelor: A Very Time Code Special here in the final moments. Figgis. Fleiss. What the hell's the difference anymore?