Back at the amusement park, Elizabeth pulls Jake away for some one-on-one time, steaming Vienna's broccoli in particular. She got to feel how "stacked" he is, which is all she needs to know that they have more of a connection than he does with the other women. Naturally, the rest of the women have nothing better to talk about than Jake and Elizabeth, who are canoodling over by one of those rigged carnival games. Elizabeth has written Jake a note. She's always "written notes" to explain how she feels. "It's naked and it's natural and it's me." Elizabeth is quite pretty, but I imagine that being naked would expose some of her unnaturalness.
And then instead of giving the note to Jake to read, Elizabeth reads it out loud (probably a request from the producers) and it consists of a long rambling speech about how he shouldn't kiss her unless she's the last one. I'll spare you the details, but will say there's nothing in there that any 12-year-old couldn't have come up while doodling hearts around pictures of Robert Pattinson. Jake tells us he thinks that's pretty sweet because he's an old-fashioned guy, except for the part where he'll kiss anyone of the 25 women that he is auditioning to share the rest of his television career. I mean "life." I'm half surprised that the note doesn't read "Do you like me? Check one: Yes. No."
Jake loves how well the date's going, and he promises the women that he's saving the biggest surprise for last, which presumably will not mean that the cast and crew of this are all arrested and put in jail for life for cultural crimes against humanity.
Oh god, then he tells us that these girls can behave like they're "twelve years old" and it's such a "great sight to see" which we can only hope was intended less creepily than it comes out.