I would like to start our final Paradise recap with a question: If you forced Chris Harrison to eliminate either “shocking” or “dramatic” from his vocabulary, which would he choose?
Regardless of the answer, it seems we’ve made it through this season’s “shocking” and “dramatic” moments — Ashley I’s tears, Sam’s lies, and Justin’s sweat — to arrive at the end of paradise, where the women are still hung up on what just happened to Carly, and the men are ready to focus on the fantasy suites (if you ever wondered about differences between the sexes).
Their destiny is decided by the ultimate four partners, plus one of these gets engaged.
Tanner Well, heaven did anything right, since when Tanner would go to give his ultimate flower to Jade, he sets it along and rather draws out a ring. “What we’ve may be worth a lot more than the usual flower, when compared to a thousand flowers. I really love you and I want to keep on loving you for the rest of my entire life. Will you make me the happiest man on earth and marry me?”
Of course, she says yes, and to make the day even better, they now get to toast their new engagement with four people they don’t really like! But instead of celebrating with Sam, Tanner picks up his fiance and gets the hell out of dodge.