After weeks of fake wrestlers and love tattoos, we've finally made it to the finale! Will Ali choose Roberto, Chris L., or neither? We'll find out soon enough who, if anyone, will get the final rose.
Tonight begins with Ali's family meeting both of the guys. While at first it may seem Ali's parents and siblings would like Chris L. better because he had taken things slow, or like Roberto more because his feelings were strong right from the start, they end up liking both guys equally because, to simply put it, both guys are crazy for Ali. They can tell Roberto is crazy about Ali (and vice-versa), but they also know Chris L.'s feeling are true even if it took them a longer time to come to the surface. Well thanks for nothing, family! (Just kidding, kind of).
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