Last but not least, Brown meets up with Jed in Knoxville, Tennessee. In a typical Jed move, he takes her to a recording studio, where they write a song together and then lay down the track.
After completing the song, Jed blurts out, “I love you.” In an interview with producers, it’s clear that Brown is smitten, too.
“It’s a great day here in Tennessee,” she says with flushed cheeks.
When he takes her to his family’s house, Brown is as confident as ever, especially after Jed’s l-bomb confession.
After dinner, Jed’s dad asks to speak with him alone. Although Brown seems like a nice girl, his dad still can’t wrap his “head around all of it.” The fact that Jed might propose in a few weeks terrifies him, and while they appear to be getting along, it all seems so fast.
In a conversation with Jed’s mom, Brown opens up about their drama-free relationship. When Brown reveals that she told him she’s falling in love with him, Jed’s mom fires back, saying, “Well, don’t you say that to all of them?”
Brown assures her that she hasn’t confessed any feelings to the other men, but Jed’s mom doesn’t seem to understand. When Brown asks if Jed is ready to be engaged, his mom says that she thinks he’s currently on a different path.
Jed’s sister couldn’t agree more, saying, “Him falling in love with you…I’m not sure it’s a good thing.”