In an interview, Jason says she surprised him in every way possible, because she "probably learned a lot" from being in a long relationship and "she wants to be a teacher now" and still there is no tidal wave to end this beach blanket boring-o-thon we have going on.
Back at the house, the women are sitting around and, I presume, thinking about inane things to say to Jason so that he thinks they're ready to be mothers, when the doorbell rings and there's a letter there. It's addressed to Natalie, Erica, Naomi, Nikki, Lauren, Kari, Sharon and Molly. "Let's put the 'glam' into 'Hollywood glamour,'" which doesn't really work as a play on words since "glam" is just short for "glamour" already. Megan says in an interview that she was bummed about not having a date yet, and she's worried about going into a rose ceremony not having had one.
Back on the beach, Melissa and Jason have scooted onto a blanket to look at the water, and then Jason is all awkwardly noticing a BLIMP hovering nearby, and Melissa says she doesn't think she's ever seen a blimp, which is weird considering she was an NFL cheerleader for three years, but she sounds oddly fake, so they probably had to stage the crucial "noticing of the blimp" scene, and then Jason is all, "What's it say?" And "Hello Melissa" is running across the blimp message sign. Jason tells her to ask a question, which she does, instead of wondering what the hell he's talking about, and asks if she's going to get a rose. "TOO EARLY TO TELL," says the blimp. He tells her to ask another question, and she asks if she'll get a kiss. "SIGNS POINT TO YES," says the blimp, so Melissa starts sucking face with Jason, because when the Goodyear blimp tells you to do something, you just do it. Melissa says the kiss was "awesome," and was her first kiss in a long time. "I love that blimp," says Jason after coming up for air. Then the blimp flashes, "WANT TO GO FOR A RIDE?" And thank god Melissa figures out that the blimp is referring to itself and not to Jason. That comes later.