And now Lindsay is talking to Sean's mom about how crazy it is that Sean wants the same things she does. "And then, honestly, on our first date, it felt like our fifth date," she says, which is the funniest thing I've heard in a long time. Oh, it felt like you'd had four previous dates? It must be love! And don't worry, Mom: She and Sean like to be goofy, but when it's time to be serious, they can be serious. Exactly what have you two had to be serious about? Money problems? Stress at work? Kids keeping you up all night? Lindsay also assures Mom she and Sean plan to live apart until they get married. Well, that will be never, so don't sweat it, Lindsay.
Then Sean's dad awesomely says, "Shall we vote?" with Lindsay right there in the room, which I hope doesn't ruin Lindsay and Sean's attempts to seem like a normal relationship or anything.
Now Sean sits down with his family so they can help him with his "dilemma," and can I just point out that a "dilemma" is traditionally a choice between undesirable options. Sean's mom tells us her biggest worry is that Sean isn't completely serious before Sean proposes. She tells him as much, that it has to be completely right, or he doesn't have to propose to either one of them. Sean looks pissed at his mom's foolish attempts to use her brain, and pissily says that she's only seen "twenty minutes" of his FUTURE WIVES. Sure, she hasn't had a whole month like Sean had to get to know them! Then he pissily tells her that he wants her opinion, but more than anything he just wants her support. JESUS, what a dick. Hey, Sean, honor thy father and thy mother and all that. His mom keeps smiling, even though she says he's making her cry. He wants to know why. You mean, apart from you being a massive ass to her?
They go for a private walk. You know, with clip on microphones and a camera crew following them. She tells him it's hard for her to see how he can make a decision like this in three days. "I wouldn't be here if it was going to end badly," he tells her. I guess Mom didn't get the ending with her script like Sean did. "I'm going to do what's best for me," he tells her. Sean sees his family off, while he talks about how disappointed he is that his family couldn't help him with his decision. "My mom believes that if I'm in love with both women, I shouldn't propose to either of them," he says, apparently thinking we'll agree with him that that's crazy talk.
Back to the live show for a moment, where Harrison reminds us of the "late-breaking" news again, something to do with Sean's status that they just learned in the last twenty-four hours -- whatever it is, I'm sure it'll live up to the hype! -- and then it's back to Thailand.