Meanwhile, Tiffney hosts a ‘Breakfast at Tiffney’s’ brunch for a bunch of girlfriends, once again proving she’s one of the most grounded, normal and likable women on reality TV (or just all of TV, period).
Step 1 of Jay’s plan: a beach date with his family. The couple and the kids get into some sand and sunshine, and sand castle they build with Cali and Justice becomes a metaphor for their relationship. And now, we get to see Jayceon figure out how to court Tiffney. It is a little bit awkward and a lot adorable as LoLo teaches him how to be romantic and walks him through a flower shop for what might be the first time. Sure, he compares a bouquet to his “grandmother’s hat,” but isn’t that part of his charm?