We are finally at the Finale and right away Frank goes to greet his final 3 girls. He tells them he wants to go on a sailing date, however, he can only take 2 girls with him so he wants them to decide amongst themselves and come to a unanimous decision on who should join him and who will go home (WTF is this? We aren’t even 5 minutes into the show. You could have just eliminated another girl at the last elimination. Douche.)
As expected, the girls are at a stalemate because they are clearly shocked and none of them are willing to vote for themselves to go home (This is after Kerry and Felicia went through their threatening to quit and go home for the last 2 episodes).
All For One And One For Frank
Immediately, Kerry starts crying and Felicia decides to console her. Meanwhile, Cathy decides to confront Felicia to get her to give herself up but Felicia is equally confrontational and they exchange a few words.
Kerry, still crying, agrees with Cathy that she’s there for Frank but doesn’t answer if Felicia is there for Frank (If this is VH1’s method of creating drama then they failed. Shit is just a waste of time because they don’t get to waste 5 minutes traveling anywhere and dancing with the hotel staff).
At the dock, Frank is left waiting longer than he hoped to wait and wondering whether anyone will show up.
Back at the house Kerry and Cathy are continuing to plot against Felicia when Susan comes down to the girls. Felicia reveals what they have to do and Susan tells the girls her son might have been afraid to send the wrong girl home. (Mom gotta stick up for her son. That dude is not leaving the basement, he has it way too good).
Kerry breaks down further and Felicia runs off to cry in the bathroom. When they reconvene, Felicia decides she will leave and informs Kerry and Cathy of her decision.
Later, Kerry and Cathy show up at the dock and Frank is excited to see them. Finally on the boat, Frank realizes Kerry and Cathy are friends and he will have to choose between them (no motherfucking shit).
Cathy and Kerry plead their cases to Frank while in the Confessional, they both claim the other is wrong for Frank.
After the date, Kerry and Cathy go to an expensive hotel in Manhattan where they not only have to share a room but share a bed too (Well that sucks).
The next morning Frank sends a note advising Cathy she will go on a date. Frank takes Cathy for a picnic and a carriage ride where Cathy again tells Frank that she is emotionally stronger than Kerry. Later that night Frank and Cathy go back to Frank’s hotel room where they make-out (And probably have sex again).
The next morning, Cathy returns and tells Kerry about her date but she’s surprisingly timid about it. Oddly, Gary and Susan show up to talk to Kerry.
Susan asks Kerry if she thinks Cathy is genuine and if they had sex. Kerry admits to Gary and Susan that Cathy had sex with Frank. Susan is disgusted and hopes that Frank chooses Kerry in the end.
It’s time for Kerry to go on her date… a bus tour through Manhattan (Because that has to be like $10 right?)
Meanwhile, Gary and Susan go to talk to Cathy. Susan and Gary ask without asking whether she had sex with Frank. Embarrassed, Cathy confirms it, but claims that she’s not in the Final 2 solely because she had sex with Frank (Uh, you don’t know that).
Back at the date Frank and Kerry have dinner at a nice restaurant. They share small talk before going back to the hotel.
The next morning, Kerry goes back to her room where Cathy is worried that Kerry may have hooked up with Frank.
Meanwhile, Frank and his parents talk about his decision. Susan wonders what Frank sees in Cathy and says she thinks he had sex with Cathy too soon. She advises him that Kerry would be a better fit even though Cathy cares for Frank.
At the final elimination, Susan really hopes Frank chooses Kerry over Cathy. Frank does the usual finale mantra of complimenting the girls and stalling but since that part is boring, sucks, and never matters in the end I’m just gonna skip and say Kerry wins.
So yea, Kerry wins and I doubt anyone is surprised by that or that Frank has already left her.