Dominique is next, and tosses in some Greek phrases while saying that following her dreams has given her the opportunity to travel to some fabulous places, such as Greece. A reporter asks if she has a favorite Greek dish, and Dominique replies that if you give her some tahini, she'll be happy. She seems to do all right, though Allison interviews that Dominique was a little nervous and seemed kind of goofy. She adds a, "Just saying," that's clearly cut from something else, but is amusing nonetheless. Laura is up next, and tells us that this whole challenge is worse than a spelling test. When a spelling test is your nadir...I just don't even know. The wind really kicks up when Laura steps off the plane, and she has trouble wrangling her hair, scarf, and pre-written speech. Finally she gives up on anything she's prepared, and tells the crowd that she's just a small town country girl, and never dreamed that one day she'd be in Greece. She adds that this is the first time she's been out of the U.S., and she's so happy to see, "Y'all's loving face." She's enthusiastic and kind of adorable, even if her use of Greek phrases is suspect. A reporter asks her which Greek goddess she'd be, and Laura says she'd be Venus because there's so much love in her heart. A caption helpfully reminds us that Venus is Roman, while Aphrodite is the Greek equivalent. You can't win 'em all! Or, in Laura's case, any of 'em.
Finally, there's Angelea. She says hello in Greek, and tells the crowd how grateful she is to be there. On the plane, she says, she was looking out of the window and marveling at the country's majesty and beauty. A reporter asks her about the first thing she'd like to do in Greece, and Angelea says she'd like to see Mount Olympus. She gets points for actually knowing about a thing that exists in Greece. The standards, people, they are pretty low. And then just when it seems like Angelea has pulled off a Olympic-sized triumph, she asks the crowd where the bathroom is, because she has to go. Okay, first of all, she claims that the Greek word for bathroom is "banio," of which I am suspect. And second, I mean, she just shouldn't have said that. Angelea is the goddess of self-sabotage.
The girls are sent to their new home while Jay and Vicky deliberate. They're staying at the Blue Palace resort and spa, because no one even had the energy to try to find them a proper house. The place is gorgeous and right on the water, and, as always, I am jealous. Miss J. shows up to announce the challenge winner. He tells Dominique that she was fine, though anxious and nervous. Shannon was very excited, but her speech was the Shannon show. J. thought Allison was great, and didn't seem nervous at all. Laura was happy and gestured a whole bunch. Lisa was inappropriately dressed for meeting dignitaries. In response, Lisa interviews that politicians really like minimal clothes, if you watch the news. Okay, fine, touché. Angelea was fine until her fatal mistake -- asking where the bathroom was. And so the challenge winner is Allison. Jeweler Lina Fanouraki enters to give Allison a gold bracelet that looks like a corset. Angelea's response to this is, "Allison won by default, dammit, okay? Because if I would have never said that stuff about the bathroom, your girl would have won the challenge, and I would have been starting out in Greece really great like I had planned." Let's all make a deal that she can never get eliminated, okay? Thanks.