The engaged couple are then joined by Ricki and the three walk off of the show hand-in-hand. The episode was done live rather than pre-taped and it aired right after the season finale, this was the second time in the show, season three was the first. Arie, runner up, confronted Emily about his elimination. The viewers learned that after the show was married dating dallas taping, he had difficulty finding closure with the demise of his relationship with Emily.
He took it upon himself to fly to her home town of Charlotte, N. When he arrived there, he regretted his decision because he thought it would be an intrusion into her life and her daughter's life. Instead, he left his diary on her doorstep in hopes that it would clarify any doubts she had about his feelings toward her. Emily chose not to read the diary out of respect for him and Jef her fiance.
She returned the diary to him on the live portion of the show. Next, Jef came onto the stage and he and Emily were introduced to the public for the first time as an engaged couple.
Finally, on the witness stand, Royce broke down and everyone realized that Royce was suffering from split personality disorder. Royce was found not guilty because of insanity and eventually Dr.
Wyndham succeeded in getting the personalities merged into married dating dallas. Although the pair then made plans to marry, Susan convinced Royce that it would be best to cancel the wedding since he was no longer the man Emily fell in love with, so Royce left, devastating Emily.
She became engaged, again, to Jeff Hamlin, only to have him leave her when he learned she purposely caused her mother not to get an out of state job, just so she wouldn't leave Oakdale. The reason Emily didn't want her mom to leave was Alison McDermott.
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