@ChristmasJones, I wondered if Kate got "blackout drunk" on the honeymoon, had sex with Luke and then didn't remember a thing the next morning? Maybe that turned him off?
Either way, while I still think Luke is a POS, it did concern me that when he mentioned her getting blackout drunk, she didn't respond. That makes me think she is indeed getting blackout drunk, which is very worrisome. Was she doing that pre-marriage or is this a symptom of being in this marriage?
I feel for Jasmine and Will (at least today) because I see both sides. Jasmine wants to be physically intimate with Will because he's her husband. Will, despite being married to Jasmine, wants to get to know each other better before getting physical. Both are right. I do think they like each other; they do butt heads on the intimacy issue and financial roles but otherwise, seem okay together. Strangely, either decision - - staying together or splitting up - - would be appropriate.
I think Keith and Kristine and A.J. and Stephanie should stay together on D-Day. Doesn't mean they should stay together forever, or will, but at this point, there is nothing that should make them think they should call an end to it pronto. While I do think that A.J. is easily testy and moody, that is probably exacerbated by the cameras and crew being present. Stay together and see how he is for a few weeks/months. The only reason I could conceive at this point for Keith and Kristine not to stay together would be the issue over children - - Kristine obviously is not looking to have kids in the very near future. If she's willing to deal with his schooling for the next few years, I think they're a solid match. He's clearly infatuated with her (if he's not ready to say "love" yet) and he has gone outside of his comfort zone for her to cook.
He's also a self-professed introvert, who is married to more of an extrovert and (right now at least) surrounded by a film crew. I did understand his need to take a nap while on the mini-moon, with 3 other couples in what looked to be a relatively small house.