Well, we're getting to the pointy end of Farmer Wants a Wife and that can only mean one thing - pure desperation.
And also lots of sneaky attempts to make people leave of their own accord so you don't have to drop them like a giant bird poo on a freshly-washed ute - or is that just Farmer Ben?
Episode 10 is all about the final one-on-one 24-hour dates, so we are treated to shots of the farmers loading up utes with swags and putting on make-up. So do the girls.
Farmer Harry gives us an insight into his packing, and when he opens his wardrobe we see he only has two shirts in it. Interesting.
The solo dates
As the lucky couples set off on their romantic dates, Lyndsay pretty much sums up how all the rejects are feeling - as Farmer Benjamin and Erin head out the door, she gives them a smile and as soon as they turn to go, the smile slides off her face like scours off a baby lamb and she rolls her eyes at the ceiling.
Benjamin, who I reckon is one of the kindest blokes we've ever had on this show, is taking Erin to Goonoo Goonoo Station.
They have a lovely meal and chat.
Benjamin says "It feels like we've been all living together and going on dates for longer that it has been. I'm not sure it's a good thing or a bad thing."
You said it, Benny. IT'S A BAD THING. We feel the same way. He said it was emotionally depleting. Yup - we hear you.
Over at Farmer Ben's, newcomer Kiani is wishing the very best for Ben and Leish on their solo date.
"I hope he comes back with some doubts," she says snidely to the camera, taking time out from sticking pins in her Leish-shaped voodoo doll.
Farmer Ben and Leish are heading off on a boat for the night.
We get a tour of the boat like it's for rent, and then Leish says she is looking forward to getting a tan.
A TAN! From the woman who we have seen on at least two occasions burnt to a crisp. Seriously - the only time she should set foot on that deck is wearing a hazmat suit.
"We're off and sailing!" Leish declares. It's not a sail boat, Leish. More like the Titanic for your relationship.
Farmer Ben spends his time talking about Kiani, and trying to convince Leish she isn't ready to move to the farm.
This is what Leish says: "I will move to the farm".
This is what Ben hears: "Blah blah blah Kiani blah".
Leish says as far as moving to the farm, it is important to see how the relationship is going.
Darn it Leish - stop applying such an unacceptable level of maturity and consideration into this. Ben does not appreciate it.
When we see them the next morning, they both look crabby. It's not clear why - is the horrid orange sausage Ben is cooking or the fact he is wearing a hat inside? I dunno. All I know is Kiani's dreams have all comes true.
OTHER FWFWW BLOGS...
Meanwhile, Farmer Will is taking lovely Jess for a swim in the most feral looking dam I have ever seen. Will takes his shirt off, they snog.
He then sits Jess in the back of a ute under the stars and shows her a moving video of messages from family and friends that he apparently had time to put together since his parents chose Jess not 24 hours ago.
Jess cries, he sniffs her.
Farmer Paige is taking Cody on her date, and it's not darts. Nope, they are going to stay in a weird bubble on the side of a cliff.
A close-up of a promotion tag tells us it's a Bubbletent, complete with a dunny.
Paige is all riled up.
"He told me last night he likes me - we will see later how much."
Whoa - hold your horses there, Paigey.
There are heaps of moments here that make us cringe - they lie on a pretty flimsy-looking swing (did Farmer Benjamin build it?) and have a heap of missed kisses.
It feels a bit sad - like when you go to races and see your friends all dressed up to the nines, only to see them a few hours later lying in the mud, crying and hugging a bottle of wine without their shoes on.
Cody then reads a poem he wrote for Paige, and they have a slow dance. It's now or never, and they finally have a pretty aggressive kiss. Paige is all kinds of happy.
For Farmer Harry, it's time to fulfil a dream - having a bath under a windmill like on McLeod's Daughters.
Unfortunately for newcomer Bronte, this is nothing like that idyllic scene. He's mowed a kind-of love heart in the grass around a pretty feral bath.
Bronte will need a visit to the chiropractor after they cram themselves in the kitchen sink-sized bath and snog.
They then sit by a fire and snog.
Back to reality
The happy couples, as well as Farmer Ben and Leish, head back to the farms. The rejected partners interrogate them as soon as they walk in the door.
Again, do they care where they went? NO!
"Did you share a room?"
Farmer Will finds the best way to diffuse the tension: "We've got some farm work to do, so chuck some farm gear on".
Some farm work wearing farm gear on the farm where the farmer farms. Got it.
Someone squeals "I want to drive the tractor!" - because of course all farm jobs require a tractor.
At Farmer Ben's, Kiani is chuffed they arrive home so miserable. She's just a delight.
Things are much happier at Farmer Harry's, where they get to watch a dairy cow have a calf.
Thankfully we have Bronte's expert remarks to guide us through.
"There's something happening! There's something like a tube!" she narrates loudly.
"Um, that's her tail" Harry tells her.
The calf is born and everyone is chuffed - except Bronte, who looks like she smelled something Queef/Greg/Skegg did a few nights ago.
The most annoying part of this entire scene is the blooming crow that is hanging around the calf the whole time.
Over at lovely Farmer Benjamin's, we see him asking a wall if it would like to spend some time. Oh sorry - Lyndsay is there! I thought it had all got too much for the poor bugger.
Someone has absolutely smashed a fence (if only the drone had footage of that) and they are going to fix it. For a change we get to see a fella that knows what he's doing straining the fence.
Back at Farmer Ben's they are treating the milkers will some fly repellant. It is reassuring to see after all these weeks on the farm that the girls are really getting a grasp on life in a dairy.
"Oh he's a big boy" one of them says.
But then tragedy strikes - Farmer Benjamin gets a phonecall. His grandmother is ill and he has to go. The poor darling. We hope she is ok.
He has to leave and we don't know when he will be back. Also, Lyndsay's hair is straight again.
Meanwhile, the rest of the farmers are stressed - it's decision night and the producers have ordered them to cull.
According to Farmer Will, it's getting 'realer'.
There's lots of pulling each other aside to have a chat.
Leish speaks to grumpy Farmer Ben and tells him she is falling in love with him.
He says nothing. Ouch.
Farmer Harry chats to Bronte, and then Farmer Will pulls sweetheart Maddi aside. We feel like he's drafted her off but no, he just wants to scare the poor thing.
The time comes for the cull - Farmer Will asks new girl Holly to head home by addressing her in the third person, so he's left with two top chicks, Jess and Maddi.
Farmer Harry speaks to Rommi in private and asks her to go home. He is a lovely young lad. So he's left with Tess and Bronte.
Farmer Paige has a dinner with the lads, and even though she's seriously crushing on Cody, she keeps both lads because the producers made her.
Farmer Ben tells Maddison (yes, she is still there...for a minute) to go home, and is left with Kiani and Leish.
Yep, things are about to get realer.
Dropping the 'L' bomb
You know it's getting serious when people start using the 'L' word to try and snag a farmer. I reckon we will see it shaken around like a bottle of tomato sauce over some hot chips. It will be interesting to see who gets it said back. Lay it down.