"The Bachelor" Nick Viall's journey to find love will finally come to an end on Monday night, for better or for worse. After three failed attempts to find love on TV, the 36-year-old former software salesman will face his final two ladies, Raven and Vanessa, at the final rose ceremony.

Filmed in Finland in late November, spoilers point to "The Bachelor" star getting down on one knee and proposing to Vanessa, but what his father has to say about his son's final pick may cast some doubt on how long their engagement will last.

Father knows best?

Before the final rose ceremony was taped, Nick introduced both Raven and Vanessa to his parents — on separate days, of course.

A preview from ABC (video below) shows Vanessa having a heart-to-heart talk with Nick's father, one that leaves them both in tears.

When Vanessa asks Nick's father if "love is enough" to make her relationship with Nick work, he made it clear that it wasn't and stated that "commitment" and "selflessness" were needed as well. He then went on to say in his ITM ("in the moment" with producers) that he had "a little bit of fear" that Vanessa would end up hurting Nick.

It's a two-way street

Although Nick's dad is afraid Vanessa will hurt him, he should look at the big picture. Vanessa has an established career as a special education teacher in Canada and Nick made it crystal clear during their overnight date that he wasn't all that excited about the prospect of moving to Canada.

Nick has a new men's grooming business that he recently launched and he will appear on the upcoming season of "Dancing with the Stars," but he seems to have a lot more flexibility to move than Vanessa does. He currently lives in L.A. without his family nearby, so moving shouldn't be that big of a deal unless his main goal is to stay in the spotlight and try to snag another TV gig.

If the spoilers turn out to be true and Nick does get engaged to Vanessa, will she be the one to break it off or will Nick end their relationship after their post-finale media tour is over?

Watch "The Bachelor" season finale, followed by the live "After the Final Rose" special starting at 8 p.m. ET on Monday, March 13.