The play wraps up with Ryan and Emily acting out the death scene, and a kiss! The guys spend an inordinate amount of time discussing if this was really a kiss, and with that Ryan goes in for some tongue, let’s be hones this date sucked. So time to go to the pub and get a beer. Something tells me Emily Maynard has never said pub and hasn’t had a beer since she was about 16 in the back of pick up truck, but whatever. The men spend some one on one time with Emily at the pub, first pub I have ever seen with a red velvet carpet. Ryan, who is trying to make a comeback from last week surprises Emily with a necklace, he has no box for it, so I can only assume he stole it from someone in production. Kallon meanwhile continues to steer the negative parade as he hopes for time with Emily, calling her overtired and sick, which she didn’t just say she was? But whatever, the guys are teaming up to weed him out. Father figure Doug is NOT amused and as our resident single dad, Doug knows he is going to have to tell Emily, but in giving benefit of the doubt he confronts Kallon. Kallon admits that he called Ricki baggage, but that he meant it more as a responsibility, I think he attended the Alessandro school of semantics because he says it’s not what he means. Doug decides to tell Emily that this was said and Emily is hurt, and tries to think of a way to handle it. Emily says she will never let anyone talk crap about Ricki, so apparently she hasn’t found this blog yet, and she rallies to confront Kallon with Doug, the happy informer at her side. Doug speaker of the house, gives Kallon the floor, and Kallon tries to defend her. Emily tells him Ricki is a blessing, and that anyone, even someone with a tiny heart can see that. Emily asks Kallon to leave and exits. On the one hand Emily keeps asking guys if they are ready for the responsibility of being a father, then gets mad when they call it the responsibility. Kallon makes a proper exit and Emily tells Doug to screw when he tries to follow her after the confrontation. Emily tells the guy she is upset that it took so long for the guys to tell her that Kallon had said that, it was 24 hours Em, they have jet lag, and you were busy spilling fast facts about London history. Emily tells the guys she wants to go home and she peaces out, and she worries that none of these guys have her back.
It’s time for a one on one date with Jef, you know the questionably gay Mormon who really likes mousse and spending more than 20 minutes at the barber. Emily takes him on the most masculine of dates, a tea party!
The tea party is a little lame and Emily and Jef sneak out before it’s done, and head over for a pint…Emily is nervous about feeling bloated as she stares at her beer. Jef tells Emily that he was present during the Kallon baggage comment heard round the world. Emily can’t tell if Jef is really into her, or maybe Chris Harrison. Next Emily took Jef to the London Eye, ok I’ll admit I had heard of this attraction but never seen it in action and it was pretty cool. It’s basically an enclosed ferris wheel and their dessert looked bomb. Emily asks Jef point blank if he likes her and he says yes, even though he has been a tough read. Jef insists that if she and Ricki want moved to Salt Lake City there would be all night dance parties (?) with his glee club? This is enough for Em because she is smitten and hands over the rose. Jef swallows his pride closes his eyes and pretends Jef is week one elimination Lerone (I won’t let that one die) and gives her a kiss. I think she messed up his hair…this is probably over now.