In Greece, Brown is ready to embark on her final date with Tyler, where they go horseback riding through the mountains.
To no surprise, Tyler isn’t shy about his fear of horses, saying, “I’m not going to lie, I’m freaking out a bit.”
When they sit down for a picnic, Tyler reveals that he thoroughly enjoyed meeting her parents, and Brown confirms that he made a good first impression. In fact, she can “totally” see a future with him.
Later on, Brown heads to Tyler’s hotel room, where they sip Champagne, reminisce about their journey and gush over how much they love each other. Barf.
While discussing life after the show, Tyler says that he’s willing to do whatever it takes to make their relationship—and eventual marriage—work.
“You make me the happiest I’ve ever been, and I don’t see that ever changing,” he says.
The next day, Brown meets up with Jed for the last date of the season. (For real.) This time, she takes him on a boat tour around the area, where they recreate the Titanic scene while trying (and failing) to not fall over.
Right on cue, Brown gets seasick and spends the majority of the boat ride hanging over the side. When they stop for a bite to eat, Brown addresses the elephant in the room: her parents.
Jed admits that he feels disadvantaged, since her parents focused solely on his music career and not him as a person. Although it doesn’t change the way he feels about her, he’s disappointed that it didn’t go as planned.
Just then, Brown excuses herself to vomit. (Timing, amirite?)
That night, Jed joins her for dinner. Brown admits that her parents are “skeptical” about his music career, which makes her hesitant about their future together. Although he promises he’d make it work, Brown doesn’t seem so sure.
The episode concludes with Brown revealing that even she doesn’t know how tomorrow’s finale will end. Dun dun dun.
So, who will Brown choose? And what happened after the show stopped filming? The two-part finale of The Bachelorette concludes tomorrow, July 30, at 8 p.m. on ABC.