The sun sets, and Jesse walks out of his mansion carrying a corsage, like he's going to the prom. Has anyone worn a corsage since high school? Maybe if you are the mother of the bride or something. My mom wanted to buy me a corsage to wear at my bridal shower, and I was like, "Why would I do that?" and she realized, "Wow, you're totally right." Which is one of many reasons I love my mom. Jesse interviews that he's excited to spend time with Suzie. He adds that "this is by far the most important week." More important than the final week? He reminds us that there are ten women left, and that one of them is his spyfriend, so he has nine women who are "very close in [his] mind." Did he just admit that he's fantasized about a gang bang? Jesse arrives at the women's house, and every single woman has to greet him at the door so that they can look jealous. Suzie walks out wearing an ill-advised pink and black striped tube top, but then again, I've never met a tube top that I didn't think was ill-advised. Trish interviews that she's on a different level than Suzie. Yeah, different age level. Trish claims that she is "elegant, professional, sophisticated -- not a blabbering idiot." Just remember that elegance and sophistication later when Trish is blabbering about her alleged sex life. Jesse and Suzie leave, and the other women holler things like "Don't do anything we wouldn't do" and "Be good!" Trish rolls her eyes and is like, "Speak for yourself!" because, as we will soon find out, she is a whore. A side note, because I am a guest recapper and people may not know my belief system -- I'm being sarcastic when I call Trish a whore. And in other meta news, I probably got a few of the women's names wrong in group scenes. I did the best I could, but there are a lot of blondes, and I apologize. And now, back to the recap.
Jesse and Suzie go to the Silent Movie Theater, where there is a sign on the marquee welcoming them. Jesse reads the marquee aloud, like Suzie is his child, or illiterate. Suzie interviews that this doesn't happen every day, and that Jesse could be the man of her dreams. Suzie has never seen a place like this (a restored Art Deco theater), and I'm happy to say that I was in one a week ago, seeing Fountains of Wayne in concert with all of the ten-year-olds and their parents. Jesse leads Suzie into a private room where they will have dinner. Jesse interviews that Suzie was chosen for this date because their personality-test results showed that they were the most compatible. Jesse asks Suzie if she really believes in those tests, and Suzie says that she can tell she and Jesse have things in common. They like soup. And talking or not talking. Jesse wasn't surprised that Suzie turned out to be his perfect match.