And the question from the studio audience is: "Now, looking back, do you wish you'd gotten a rose?" She responds honestly that she did have feelings for Andrew and that it was hard to be rejected. But the second, softball question saves Tina from having to experience the pedestrian concept of "human emotion," as the studio audience member continues, "Where did you learn to throw a football like that?" Chris jumps in, telling us, "Every guy I run into..." And whether that means "Every date I've been on..." or not is Chris's own business (and, in the opinion of the legal council or our parent company, Mighty Big Inc. LLC, not for me to conjecture about), but he supposes that Tina's ability to throw a football fifty yards while decked in heels has to have "done a lot for [her] dating game." Before he lets Tina go, Chris asks, "What time you got?" I've got Sight Gag O'Clock! She's wearing the "pimped-out watch," which she tells us she intends to keep. Chris polls the audience (ew, not like that) one last time, asking, "Is she fabulous?" They do believe she is.
Liz approaches the hot seat to thunder-free applause. In the crowd, Amber claps along gamely, all the while wearing an expression that tells us she's not entirely sure who it is that's approaching the seat at the front of room, but she thinks it's possible she once saw her on television. Chris tells us by way of introduction that Liz "seemed to have the hardest time dealing with the pressure of sharing a man." He tells us to sit back and take a look at Liz's "emotional ride." It's a ride, all right. It's an F-ticket emotional roller coaster not appropriate for children under twelve, pregnant women, people with high blood pressure, the lactose intolerant, those with an allergy to gluten, or anyone with a yin for sanity. And for those of you who think you're fine now? Consult a physician in advance. You'll be walking out of here with Lyme Disease from the facial tics.