The most shocking part of this episode was the discovery that Emily puts her shoes on her furniture. When she was home with Ricky in the very beginning she not only had her shoes on in her house, but she put them on her couch!
Here were my thoughts about the hometowns (minus Jef).
Chris: I just can not see this working. She is nice. He is nice. His family is nice. But I just can’t see them together. Chris seems too young to be able to give Emily and Ricky what Emily wants. Emily’s statement of only wanting a man who can give her love and support can not be true. Was Chris’ dad trying to say that Chris couldn’t give her much in regards to material things? That was funny.
Arie: Hmmm. Although in the end everything seemed fine and the parents gave their approval, I don’t think Emily was excited about the prospect of Arie’s family being her future in-laws. How ridic was it when Emily told Arie’s mom that at the top of her list for her future husband was someone who could make her laugh? Seriously, Emily? Laughing is honestly your first priority? That’s just not true. Get real.
Sean: Emily was practically drooling at the possibility of Sean’s parents being the grandparents of her children. Despite the fact that there were two kisses shared between Sean and Emily that were possibly the worst kisses in Bach history, Sean is my new my favorite for Emily. I sort of wish Arie was from Sean’s family, in which case I’d like Arie best.
I was glad to see Chris go (not a fan of his exit interview), next week I predict Jef will go.