We all knew it was coming. Wes couldn't have been less interesting or less interested in Jillian on their date. It was like he had given up and wanted to go home. I was shocked that they still had the rose ceremony. But if they hadn't had it, we wouldn't have gotten Wes' nasty statement to the other guys about how much sex he is going to be having when he gets home. And then of course, we got to enjoy his uber-classy exit interview in the limo.
Let's get to the good stuff.
Kiptyn. I like Kiptyn--what's not to like? He's cute, funny, sweet, mature, but sometimes he's a little too polished. And he is just not in love with Jillian. (She knows it too.) I am guessing from the teaser that he is the one in the end that withdraws himself from the show or tells her he can't make the commitment. I thought his family were snobs and I can't get past that.
Reid. Reid grows on me every week. I really like Reid--they seem to have a lot of chemistry and he is funny and cute. Reid had the best family and that makes me like him more. I loved his look of disgust when Wes made his comment about getting a lot of sex at home.
Ed. Ed is the front-runner. Ed tells Jillian all the things she wants to hear. He is cute, tall, and has a good job. The only thing that drives me crazy is how he stares off into the distance when he talks--look at her--dang it!
Now, the important stuff. I loved Jillian's clothes in this episode. I loved Spain and I think it is my next dream vacation spot. I respected Jillian for not sleeping with the guys (at least on this date.) I'm sure that she'll pull the trigger in Hawaii. I seriously thought the funniest part of the whole show tonight was when Wes and Jillian had been having that terrible conversation and the fantasy suite card shows up. After reading the card, Wes looks at Jillian and says "I think we should do it." Of course you do Wes--that's why you're Wes.
Looking forward to next week. She's got some good men. Aloha.