With six singles left and $750,000 on the line, the housemates must discover each other's love languages and figure out the final three couples before their last matchup ceremony.
With five strategically confirmed perfect matches and devastating news for one pair, the singles compete in a challenge to see which of the "stragglers" are perfectly aligned.
Three couples find out that they are a Perfect Match and two couples get bad news. Justin and Max get answers. Paige struggles to let down her walls.
Tensions flare during the house party, Paige begins to drop her guard, and the singles try to convince Kai that his flirtatious behavior is hurting others.
Friends and family put the house on blast; Jenna tries to navigate strategy versus heart; a trip to the "Boom Boom Room" has explosive consequences.
Jonathan tries to make amends with Basit. One couple grows closer while others struggle to overcome toxic dating behaviors.
The house is determined to figure out which of the power couples is a Perfect Match. Jonathan is determined to burst a love bubble. Kai moves on in front of Jenna’s face.
A fivesome shakes up the dynamics of the house. Justin’s self-destructive tendencies threaten his relationship with Max. Danny makes a connection.
After queer prom, the house is a literal and figurative mess; dramatic make outs spell doom for two couples; Dionne Slay arrives.
Justin is caught between someone who wants him and someone who is unsure about the future; Basit struggles for acceptance; the house faces some uncomfortable "truths."
There is already trouble in paradise for the strongest couples; one couple struggles with the concept of open relationships; love triangles are reconfigured.
For the first time, love has no limits and everyone is an option as 16 singles arrive in Hawaii to find love and win $1,000,000.
In the most ambitious dating experiment ever attempted, a group of gorgeous single women and guys are put through an extensive and scientific matchmaking process to find their Perfect Match.