The WTF: Twenty minutes of the show is spent watching Elise (a cast-off from Juan Pablo's season) slowly navigate sand-covered stairs in stacked wedges and then prattle on in cross-stitch-worthy aphorisms about everything working out and how she ended up being in paradise for a reason.Smoothest Move: Chris Harrison polls the room to assure that everyone is single. Good enough for a love match (and undoubtedly the solid foundation for a long lasting relationship).Third Date Card: Under Clare's desperate gaze, Lacy invites Robert on a date.
The next day she apologizes for her crazies in a baby voice, bats her eyelashes and all is forgiven.
Second Date Card: Sarah is given the chance to choose a man to accompany her on a date and she chooses Marcus, because she is attracted to him and doesn't care about anyone else's pretend claims.
Michelle K., snuggled between Graham and Marcus shrugs, "Sure? Life Lessons: As they watch Lacy and Robert kiss in the ocean, Clare finds that if she learned anything from it's that you shouldn't make out in the ocean with anyone, unless you're wearing an engagement ring.
" and won't give Chris a straight answer about her non-televised dating status. The Rebounder: Lacy thinks Robert is okay and all, but he's no Marcus.
As Marcus stands in the waves in his teensy swim trunks, Lacy decides she's going to go for him, as well.
Sarah disapproves of a woman who is willing to swim in the ocean with more than one man in a single night, but mostly because Marcus is the only man she finds physically attractive.
They descend to the beach, hand in hand and drunkenly make out in the waves under the watchful eyes of Clare and Marcus who declare it "better than reality TV."Honesty Is Not Always The Best Policy: Ash Lee confesses that she is here to meet Graham. The Best Moment In Bachelor History: After Ash Lee's tantrum, Clare goes out back to cry to a friendly raccoon. Sloppy Seconds: Clare sits down for some high-level diplomatic negotiations with Ash Lee.
Then she tells Graham that she likes him and wants to love on him and snuggle him, but doesn't want to be overbearing or anything. First Date Card: Clare is given the first date card and invites Graham for an excursion. She explains that she doesn't want drama, she just wants a nice date with a nice guy. She decides not to go on a date with Graham and instead invites Robert who gamely accepts his sloppy seconds.
Sure, Clare had her legs wrapped around him in the ocean, but they did not kiss. The New Arrival: With no fanfare or warning, Michelle Money shows up at the front door with date card in tow.