We return to a rehashing of the pairing-up-to-go-see-London débacle, which I'm sure was in no way facilitated by the producers to manufacture drama. Nicole says that she didn't really want to hang out with Bre. Bre -- who suddenly and mysteriously has an awful lot of bangs and poker-straight hair -- interviews that Nicole wasn't even looking forward to breathing next to Bre. Well, that's because Bre sweats ammonia.
Jayla and Nik set out on their walk, and suddenly it dawns on Jayla that some of the shit-talking she did earlier might one day appear on the television. In a display of total damage control, she tells Nik that she had some problems with her early on in the competition, but that she got over that. She says she just wanted to say that before Nik started hating her. Flashback to five weeks ago, when Jayla said that her feelings for Nik were severe dislike bordering on hate, and that she hoped Nik was eliminated. Nik says that it's okay, and that she didn't come on ANTM to make friends, nor to make enemies. She came there for an opportunity, and what happens happens. I hope that Nik changed her mind when she saw the "stupid, stupid bitch" confessional and now wants to beat Jayla down. And maybe it will happen on the reunion show, which, by the way, I am so excited about! Nik says that it's a dirty world, and that everyone's there for themselves. Nik takes Jayla's clearing of the air as a sign of maturity. Nik is totally misguided.
Meanwhile, Nicole interviews that she's sure that Bre is nervous about going on a walk with her, but that she doesn't think Bre wants any more drama because she's made too much of a fool of herself already. Nicole suggests stopping for wine, and Bre says that would be nice. And, as with most situations, the wine brings about a peaceful resolution. Until you drink too much of it and start talking to plants and shit. As Bre pours the wine, Nicole says that it was stupid to argue over energy drinks, and that the situation went out of control. Bre says that it was wrong, and that if the shoe were on the other foot, she would have reacted the same way Nicole did. She adds that she probably wouldn't even be talking to Nicole right now, and all this goes to show that Nicole is mature, and Bre is a wench. Well, that's the general gist of what she says. Bre says she was working off anger and emotion instead of thinking logically. Nicole says, "What's done is done," and Bre says that she'll buy Nicole a whole lot of Red Bulls and put ribbons and bows on them. I'd like to know if that actually ever happened. Nicole says that she's glad she and Bre went out together, because she doesn't want to live with someone with whom she has so much drama. She and Bre walk home arm in arm, and Bre agrees that it was good that the two of them had time to sort things out, and that Bre had the opportunity to say she was sorry.