Shortest. Date. Ever. Not that you'll be seeing any complaints outta me. Here's what gets complaints outta me, though: the subtitle below her name refers to her as "Anne-Michelle," but in the opening credits I promise you it reads "Ann-Michelle." Let us dream about a future time when this will no longer be a problem. Let us set our sights on the dreamy Neverland that is "next week's episode." Anyway, Ann-Michelle arrives at Andy's pad, and the two of them enjoy a fondue dinner, which cannot be a less date-ish type of food. In the hot tub, Ann-Michelle is a little strident when she talks about a potential meeting between Andy and her family. He tells her that he won't be unsure of his feelings for a girl by the time he steps into her house, and Ann-Michelle pauses a second and she tells him, "I believed you until about right now." He responds, "That's the truth, Ruth," maybe because he's still got that song about Christina stuck in his head. Say what you will about Bachelor: The Musical, you'll absolutely leave the theater humming. That's really the whole date.
And here they come. All of the women are dressed down as they enter into Andy's house. Jen notes in an interview, "The tone is definitely different. There's [sic] less [sic] girls." The tone is definitely not grammar-checked, for one thing. Andrew tells us that the stakes are raised in this Rose Ceremony because giving someone a rose is tantamount to "ask them [sic] permission to come and meet their family." Outside now, Andrew and Christina have a chat by the pool. Andrew tells Christina, "You're obviously the most..." Old? She's definitely the most old? "...driven. Ready. Mature." Right. Old. He tells her he thinks that she's "ready to get married," and wants to know why he is the one she she wants to get married to. She tells him that he's got "all of the little details" that make her want to meet "the right person." Jen, meanwhile, tells him that this is "much more serious" than she ever thought it would be. Andrew's "a little bit put off" by Tina's unwillingness to open up. She tells him, "If you're looking for a trophy wife, I'm not it." He tells her that a trophy wife would be "easy to come by," and that he wants a real girl. He goes to kiss her, and she turns her head in highly dramatic slow-mo, a power play Andrew notes is his being "lucky to give her a kiss on the cheek." Which is exactly what it is.