CJP and Jason go to Navy Pier on their date. CJP explains that she would like to move to Los Angeles. Jason is oddly sweaty. CJP has lived in Boston her whole life, and Jason notes that she doesn't have a Boston accent. In an interview, CJP explains that she wanted Keri and Kyle to join them for moral support. The four young lovers decide to go on the giant Ferris wheel. And then Jason has to go. In an interview, CJP explains that it was "the shortest date in history" because Jason had to go to California for business. Kyle, Keri, and CJP dish on him. Kyle thinks that Jason was a really nice guy. CJP yells out, "Nothing but! Nothing but!" In an interview, CJP says that while Jason was nice, he really didn't do it for her. In the two hours she spent with him. Or course, there will be plenty of "doing" later, but I'm getting ahead of myself. CJP shows Keri how awkward her goodbye with Jason was, and Keri really could not seem less interested. CJP reports that Jason thought that Kyle was gay. Kyle is pretty low-key about the whole thing, saying that it's nothing that he hasn't dealt with before. They try to make it out like Kyle is really upset by showing him walking around and looking at things by himself, but I really think that he was just walking around and looking at things. I'm not saying that it's not possible that Kyle was upset; I'm saying that Kyle seems way too controlled to show it if he were.
Kyle and Chris walk down the street. Apparently, Chris finally came out to Kyle, who is, of course, totally cool about it. Kyle doesn't "believe in labels like that." Kyle uses the example of how he doesn't introduce himself, "Hey, I'm Kyle. I'm hetero." I don't think that Kyle is really homophobic, but I also get the impression that he's trying way too hard to be cool about this for the cameras. In an interview, Chris says that while he loves men, it's not the only thing about him. Chris has a date that night. Kyle asks if Chris has told any of the other roommates yet, and Chris say that he's only told Aneesa.