They hang out in Becca's impressively dope hotel room, and Chris brings it hard here. Does she see a future here? Does small-town life make her scared? Where do you see yourself in five years? Not Arlington??? Why do you feel like you're not in love with me? She wants so badly to be able to answer that question, but not badly enough to actually answer. WHAT SCARES YOU THE MOST?? Obviously Goosebumps books scare her the most, but also, moving there, and wondering if it’s for her. What happens if she gets there, and it’s not great?? I have to assume she means the relationship, because obviously living in Arlington is the best.
Overall, Becca is clearly not into this, but Chris is not letting it go. I'm not sure if it was a camera angle or what, but I just realized that Becca seems to have rather large hands, so it might be a purely functional farming decision that’s driving him here. They hug, Becca leaves, Chris cries, and that might be it for them, unless Whitney’s hands are exceptionally small or otherwise unfit for manual farm labor.
The final Whitney date
Screw Dubuque: Whitney is going to the farm! So, we’re going to find out about her shucking skills right now. But then, the truth comes out: Chris doesn’t even harvest this corn by gigantic oversized hand at all! It’s all done by gigantic corn robots, which they drive around for a bit, before Whitney says that this could be her future, for a long... long... long... long, long, long time. This somehow seems to be the first time that’s she’s realized the finality of all this.
After that, they drive around town, and Whitney lies to Chris and says it’s all gorgeous. Chris points out his dad’s farm, and the farm that he and Mike own together, and another farm that he owns, without Mike. All these farms bring out the real corn-digger in here: how many farms does he own??? Well, 800 acres. All this potential wealth, especially when you factor in the government subsidies, really excites her.