Dan and Arnie are on another date. In a sit-down, Dan explains, "Arnie won't hold hands with me -- if people know he's on a date with me, then people will know who he is. We have to watch what we say and do." They sit and eat dinner together and Dan says, "This is really awkward..." Then he PAUSES, so you KNOW something must be really wrong. Dan is rarely quiet. "How do I say this...?" Oh, WOW. Then in a confessional-thing, Dan says, "I made a decision to come out, and there's no reason for me to stop doing that for someone else." WORD. Bottom line is, in any love relationship, you want the other person to be totally into it and, if possible, skipping through the streets singing about their love for you, if not shouting from the rooftops. Being in the closet isn't only denying who you are, but it hurts the person you're in a relationship with. Dan finally says what he's trying to say: "I don't like sneaking around your apartment." Arnie says he "totally understand[s]." But will he change? That's the question.
The camera rushes over the water toward the house...whoosh! Jump cut to Melissa and Cesar kissing in the car. Oh wow, they made it through. Hooray. After that tarot card reading, I was reeeeally worried. Melissa says weepily, "It was totally my fault." Whatever. Then in a sit-down, "I think I sabotaged the relationship...I didn't want to admit how much I needed him." Well, what was he trying to do, make everything all nice? The kiss at the door and she calls out, "No pressure!" Um, HE was supposedly pressuring YOU. This is so weird -- the closed captioning has lyrics for "You Live, You Learn," but the actual song is Eric stupid Clapton's "When the Night Comes." And here comes my dinner.