Anyway, Mom loves JoJo because she has a "spectacular laugh" and hates fish. Chase, Mom, and Sister all employ an oddly abundant amount of "we" and "us" and "ours" phrasings, highlighted by this poetic exchange: Sister: "we don't say love easily." Chase: "It's funny, because it's just a word." Sister: "To us, it's so much more than a word." Chase: "It IS so much more than a word." Word.
Ultimately everyone loves JoJo since she's great with people and honestly very likable, which is the downside of these hometowns: when you've got a clear winner, the crazy-family fireworks might not be all that explosive, especially since JoJo doesn't have to ask four women's fathers for their respective hands in marriage.
Also, they have a ski lift bench out back, because they are in Colo-fucking-rado. For outdoor seating, the other house without the railings has a piece of sheetrock kinda propped up on a few larger rocks.
Also also, Chase tells JoJo that he's falling in love with her, and she kinda bolts right afterwards and doesn't linger to absorb all the falling, which isn't the best sign ever. Chase is just a flat, boring-ass dude; we've known that for quite some time. He's like vanilla ice cream, except without the vanilla. Have you ever thought about that? That there could be something MORE boring than vanilla? There must -- vanilla is a bean with a flavor, which means that the original ice cream is even more bland. All that said, Chase at least seems very much like a guy who's legit, and not after something like fame -- he wouldn't be terribly good at it. Is this a reason to pick him to fake-engage you? Not really. But in the end, which might be soon for Chase, I've decided I kinda like the guy, if only because he doesn't overtly suck.