So they have some wine in front of the fireplace, and Jillian says she has something to tell him about her family that might "answer some questions" about her, and I might genuinely be curious to find out that her parents were axe-murderers or some such, if this show weren't intent on blowing every single surprise.
So she talks about how during the '80s her family was on top of the world and traveling. She actually says, "They worked hard and they played hard," so I guess during the '80s her family lived in a light-beer commercial. Then her mom was diagnosed with depression, which lasted for fifteen years, and her parents separated, and got back together, and her mom tried to take her own life and ... you know, all the intensely private and personal family history that I wouldn't want my daughter airing on a show watched by millions of people. Jillian says she was really tough on her dad, because he wanted to leave, but he didn't want to leave her, and her mom was in the hospital for months on end. And then in the last couple of years her mom got better and she doesn't know why, but she's very lucky, and then she breaks down crying, and Jason says she doesn't have to apologize. She says she just wants him to know when he meets them how incredible they are and how lucky she is to have them. "I think they're lucky to have you too," he says, adding that he's got someone "like that" in his family too, so he understands. Then they start making out.
Jason says he understands now why she's the rock that she is. "If anything, it makes me care about her more."
Jillian says she is a "jumping jellybean" with excitement over Jason meeting her family. They arrive at Jillian's home with her family waiting with homemade signs and the Canadian flag, which Jillian's dad drapes over Jason. Jillian says she's never introduced to her parents someone whom she said she wanted to marry. You know, on the day decades in the future when my daughter introduces me to the man she says she wants to marry, I sure as fuck hope he isn't DATING THREE OTHER WOMEN WHO ALL WANT TO MARRY HIM TOO.
Mom Peggy, father Glen, cousin Tori and boyfriend Charles. She also hopes he gets a chance to meet her grandma.
And then for god's sake Jillian starts going on about Jason's hot dog preferences, and he's a mustard guy, which proves her theory for some damn reason because that's why he's here now. Meanwhile she's pouring wine with her foxy cousin, which looks like a fine idea to me. Then Charles claps his hands and announces dinner's ready.