Test number one: The men had to put together a pie chart with their personality traits, and see which ones ended up the most similar to Sophie's. In all honesty, I thought it was a GOOD thing to have different traits to your partner, but love doctor Jonathan seemed to think the opposite. James' high level of organisation vs. Sophie's disorganised personality meant he exited in the first round.
Test number two: The men had to dress four naked dummies in an outfit that resembled their idea of a "perfect date". "How do I dress a dummy for wine and Thai food?" I asked Siri. She didn't reply. Jarrod got to work, taking off his mannequin's arm first. Surprised he didn't take off the legs so it couldn't run away, haha!! He proceeded to dress it like a 65-year-old librarian, but somehow didn't get kicked out. Apollo's casual mannequin, dressed for a Byron Bay beach date, lost. Hey Apollo, if you need someone to take to Byron Bay for a date, I'm free for the next 52 Saturdays.
Test number three: The men played Perfect Bach. Kind of like Perfect Match, but not because they used the word Bach, instead of Match. Get it? Ingenious, I know. Anyway, I got wildly distracted because Jarrod spelt Maldives like Meldives. Stu who was "feeding bread crumbs to Sophie" so she'd pick him, ended up winning. Someone needs to tell Stu that Sophie isn't a farm animal.