She can't string two words together, so I doubt she can tell him much.
Peter with loving her "challenging" him -- she is exhausting. That will grow old really quickly. People who love drama aren't content when things are just fine. They will manufacture drama out of anything to keep life "exciting." Ugh.
I know what Madison was telling Peter was very much what Luke told Hannah, but she explained her feelings much better and didn't shame him. She did give him an ultimatum though and while it doesn't fit with the premise of the show, I can't say I don't agree with her. So many of the leads say they knew right away. Well, if you did, then why do you make out and/or sleep with everyone else? Some leads have said they need to give into the process and explore all those relationships. That is just producer speak. If you know who you feel strongly about, you can play the game without indulging in the "falling in love with you" crap. Back in the early days, the leads weren't allowed to say a peep to anyone about their feelings. Now the game is to tell them all you love them, or are falling for them and then dump them. It's a real mindfuck for everyone involved. I have to say, as a long-time viewer. I liked older seasons better. There was drama, but not the overtly producer manipulative kind, most of them weren't there for Instafame, and they weren't so overly aware of how to get screen time. There is a lot of inherent drama in the game as it is without overtly manipulating it for drama. It's ridiculous. I also yearn for the days when the fantasy suite wasn't the overtly bang each finalist one night after another. It's the in your face overtness of the manipulation etc. that bugs. I liked it better when the game was a little more under the table about things.