Finally, Judgement Day arrives. Toni is still upset about Jeanette bringing the truth to everyone's eyes and still denies ever trying to bribe her. Anthony, the one who caused all this conflict, still has the nerve to come to Jeanette and ask her to switch him for Michael so he can win. Justin brings the news that the eliminated couples now have a chance to go back on the game. All they have to do is pair in couples and vote for one couple to be brought back. Everybody decides to vote for themselves, except for Gina and Adrian, who know they don't stand a chance. Surprisingly, they're the ones who are voted back on the game, after all, they were the only ones who did not beg the switch card holders to bring them back to the game. Gina is the most shocked of all, since she was the first person to be voted off the boat. Back on the boat, there is one last round of hot seat. Toni asks for Adrian's forgiveness for dumping him earlier in the game. Among all the questions, Anthony's is the most bombastic. He asks Melissa if she'll bring Darin with him in case they win or if she'll bring her boyfriend from Chicago. Melissa, outraged by Anthony's malicious question, snaps into fury and gives him a piece of her mind. Darin interferes and tells Anthony that if he truly knew him, he wouldn't have asked that question. Darin also makes very clear that no one knows what is there between him and Melissa. Melissa says she doesn't give a shit about who they vote for and asks them not to vote for her. Melissa storms out to her room and cries on Jeanette's shoulder. The voting time comes and the three final couples are up to win the votes of each person. Toni, Andrea, Anthony, Lisa and Ralph vote for Adrian and Gina. Everybody else vote for Darin and Melissa. It's 5 to 5 and to settle the tie Mike and Jeanette are called. They have to vote for who they want to win. It's no surprise when they pick Darin and Melissa, who finally win the 200,000 dollars and a trip around the world. After all, they were the only true couple on the Love Cruise. Melissa finally chooses Darin over her boyfriend and says she'll take him. 200,000 dollars and a soulmate. Could anyone ask for anything else? THE END.moreless
I try never to show my preference for any character on any show on any guide I write. But I have to make an exception here.
Anthony, Toni and Andrea are the most manipulative, mean, self-centered, dishonest, false people I've ever seen. I hope that during my life I never meet anyone remotely like them. I'm just glad I'll never have to see their faces again.
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