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Episode Thirty Five:
In this episode, some couples embarked on their final dates while others woke up the morning after. There were mixed emotions all around.
Ning and Mark were pretty solemn and a bit awkward as their romantic night in the treehouse ended rather anticlimactically. Both seemed uncertain about their future.
Jess and Dan, on the other hand, were on cloud nine after their night together. Jess started to speed things up by speaking about love and long-term commitment. Dan got a bit hot under the collar, but the moment was blown off so they could return to being disgustingly infatuated with one another.
Jules and Cam embarked on their final date which was a ride in an old-style car, an adorable garden lunch and a private serenade from a group of musicians. The whole thing felt like it was plucked straight out of a fairy-tale. Cam gifted his wife a beautiful rose gold bracelet, which she mistook for a proposal ever so briefly. The pair was able to laugh about the confusion and ended their date on a high.
Heidi and Mike’s final date could only be described as an utter disaster. Mike booked a boat trip around Sydney for the pair of them, which Heidi was not the least bit impressed by. She claimed that she suffers from extreme seas sickness, but I didn’t see her leaning over the side of the boat at any point – only sulking in the corner. So, the truth of that statement remains to be seen. Mike was full of beans and kept asking Heidi to join in the fun, whether it was looking at the views or climbing up to the bird’s nest, she did not entertain his joy for even a moment.
Eventually, the sun set and the two began to discuss their failings as a couple, which is always the best date conversation. It was all very doom and gloom as both parties admitted that while they enjoy each other’s company they just don’t understand one another. Things ended on a sad but not sour note, with each retiring to different beds.
Cutest Moment of the Episode:
Cam’s almost proposal was a very sweet moment, made all the more adorable when it became obvious to both of them that hey had misunderstood the intentions. The couple was able to laugh about the miscommunication, which bodes well for any future mishaps.
Most Hilarious Moment of the Episode:
Heidi’s sour-puss face during her date with Mike.