Nine weeks after the first cocktail party, Peter has narrowed 30 women down to two women. Madison and Hannah Ann are the two relationships that have developed the most with Peter. The two ladies met his family, Hannah Ann for the first time and Madison for the second time. The Weber's were very taken with Hannah Ann, Barbara Weber even said she was "an angel". The Weber family was not as pleased with Madison, even though they liked her when they met her on a date with Peter earlier in the season. Peter's mom, dad, and brother were all concerned with the different lifestyles of Madison and Peter.
On who she thinks should win, Annabelle Pugh says "I think that Madison should win. Do I think that Madison will win? Probably not. I think that Peter is a little bit too emotional and hormonal for this show, and although he is 28 years old, I think that all of these girls are more emotionally stable than Peter. I'm rooting for Madison, but at the same time Madison is too good for Peter". Ella Brown agrees and is angry with Peter and his decisions. Brown says "I personally believe that Madison is too good for Peter, and he does not deserve her. She is absolutely gorgeous and I think that he should have to be stuck with Hannah Ann".
Barbara Weber was advertised with the now famous quote "Don't let her go. Bring her home to us", and Monday March 9's episode revealed that that was about Hannah Ann and not Madison as expected. Fans were upset about the way that influenced Peter. Elyse Pilcher says "Tonights episode was really crazy, to say the least. There's no words. I just really did not see the whole Barbara Weber [Peter's mother] not liking Madi thing coming. You just could really see in Peter's eyes that he was really in love with Madison and Hannah Ann is not the option". Ella Brown says "Barb needs to be put in her place. Her child is clearly happy, and she is like 'Oh, I actually hate her' when there is nothing to hate. However it is kind of annoying for her to leave and then come back, leave and then come back"
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