Outdoor shower. Clingy jams. Too much touching. Way too much touching.
An outdoor eatery waits for Jesse and Jessica near a sign advertising, "Kamalame Cay." I thought it was the name of the eating establishment. In point of fact, it is the name of the entire island. The cheapest hotel room in the cheapest corner of the hotel on the cheapest day of the year -- Typhoon Thursday, I believe it's called on the Bahamian calendar -- is $510.00 per night. Pardon me while I figure out how many governmental programs could be saved if the operating budget of one season of this show were reallocated to something noble. Eh. Forget it. It would probably all go straight to the war anyway.
Dinner. Jesse and Jessica sit by the ocean and sip frosty beverages. Jessica notes that she feels that it's all "too good to be true," and Jesse shoots back that she is "too good to be true," but he says it in kind of a loaded way that makes you feel like there's something going on behind those eyes. You'd be wrong. And here's why: "I'm gonna tell you something...and I don't know if I should be doing this." The ellipses are there because he repeats the same thing nine times. And then he adds: "I'm falling in love with you." Awwww! "I'm falling in love with somebody else also." Jessica holds back the tears and doesn't cry too bad, but he tells her that he wants to be honest with her. Jessica deems this "the worst thing to hear," and tells him that it's useless for her to dwell on it. The editing pulls it back to where they can feel okay about Jesse being a total, hypocritical dink ("What about the chiiiiiiiiiildreeeeeen?"), and he reads the note about the fantasy suite, which she pride-suckingly accepts. The room looks just exactly like the room always does. His tongue looks just exactly like his tongue always does.