I think if he had known, he wouldn't have taken her to an attorney who specialized in marriage law. Summit has never seemed that bright---sneaky and underhanded perhaps, but not bright. I was going to say they remind me of middle-schoolers, but I think that would be an insult to the majority of middle-schoolers. It was easy enough for Sumit to want Jenny when he couldn't have her, but now that she is his for the taking he has cold feet--especially since it will cut him off from his parents. And probably from some of his married friends as their wives won't want anything to do with Jenny. No wonder she feels friendless. Not sure where they live, but she needs to find some ex-pats to hang around. It just seems like she is about to realize she has wasted 6-8 years pursuing Sumit who lied to her about his name, nationality, and body shape at the beginning of the "relationship." I almost feel sorry for her. Almost.
The only thing that would interest me with the Cheeseman storyline is a custody battle over the cat. This couple has no understanding of boundaries; their parents are told too much. If they marry, they will have in-law problems forever and ever.
The only people I can stand in this season are Armando and Hannah. There was a shot of Kenny from the side where his age really shows He clearly said he needs to work in Mexico, which makes me think his Spanish must be better than they are letting on. I can see that they would have enjoyed the visits Kenny made to Mexico, but I think as time goes by, Kenny will be much too bossy for Armando especially when it comes to raising Hannah.