Melinda gets an apologetic email from Jason. They show a quick shot of it, and the boy is practically begging her to forgive him. He's also not a great speller. Melinda interviews that she doesn't want to talk to Jason or deal with his note.
As Melinda and Jo walk down the street, Melinda tells Jo about the email. Melinda says that Jason is now saying he wants to get married and have kids, but when she wanted that, he wouldn't give it to her. Jo wants some background on the situation. Melinda says that they were together for a little more than three years, and that Jason broke up with her twice to have sex with other girls. Sounds like a real prize, but if she took him back, she needs to forgive him. You don't get to take back a cheater and then hold the cheating over his head for the rest of the relationship. That's no way to live, for either side. Either forgive and forget, or make a clean break. Melinda interviews that things will be perfect with Jason for months and then he'll revert to his old ways. Melinda tells Jo that she and Jason always argue, and that he always tells her that she's wrong. Melinda thinks that now that she has Danny, she doesn't want to bother patching things up with Jason. Jo thinks that Jason can sense Melinda pulling away, and that's why he's pulling so hard to keep her. Melinda interviews that normally she would be passive in the relationship, but she's learned a lot about herself. In the WEEK that she's been there. Come on, now.
The next day, Melinda calls Jason. She thanks him for sending his emails. Jason asks what she thought about them, and Melinda says that she thinks her feelings for Jason have changed. Melinda interviews that Jason broke up with her in their first phone conversation after she was in the house, and that was all she needed to break it off. Jason asks why she can't give their relationship another shot, and Melinda wonders why she always has to be the one to do that, because she's sick of it. Jason, sounding like he's reading from a script, says that he can't believe how much she's changed in a week, and wonders if she has feelings for someone in the house. Melinda admits that she does, but says it wouldn't make her give up Jason if she were really happy with him. Melinda interviews that it feels good to stand up for herself, and that seeing how Danny treats her shows her that she can have a good relationship. Jason asks if they're breaking up, and Melinda says they are. God, what is with these girls who can't function unless they're in a relationship? There's at least one every season, and it drives me insane.