Everyone heads back to Herpes Manor, and then, on the door step, Jesse and Peyton get hit with the Fantasy Suite card. But their Fantasy Suite is no one's fantasy and, instead, is really just the upstairs bedroom at Herpes Manor separated from the rabble with a fringe (not even velvet!) rope. They make out, and the camera fades away. So we get no night vision of second base or anything. But the fornicating couple does get serenaded inadvertently by Wes, who is trying to woo Gia away from her magical unicorn of a boyfriend by singing a song with lyrics. Gia is really moved, because she has never listened to a song with words before and can't believe how beautiful, like, words set to music are. Gia thinks Wes is like the Nickelback version of Shakespeare except for cuter and better. She is confused about her feelings for Wes, Shakespeare, Nickelback and her imaginary boyfriend. She also appears to be drunk or been touched by the spirit, because she is kind or rocking back and forth and rubbing herself with her eyes closed. Then Gia goes to cuddle Wes in bed, but NO TOUCHING. Gia is concerned that her boyfriend won't like her kissing boys for money, but she is pretty sure he won't mind her sleeping in the same bed as a boy for free. I mean, she's no prostitution whore.
It's the morning after, and Peyton and Peculiar Jesse wake up in bed packed like sardines and ready for their walk of shame down the stairs. They walk into the kitchen to fanfare and the Cool Kids chant, "One of us! One of us!" as Peyton joins the ranks of household whores. Meanwhile, Gia is in her... underwear? bikini? and Wes is gawking and rocking a pants tent while Gia pretends nothing happened, and Wes claims he is in love. Wes goes to try and convince the men to vote anyone but Gia off, and Gia goes to talk to Kiptyn to try and restore their fake friendship. Apparently the guys have narrowed down their nightly ejection to either Gia or Elizabeth. Gia wants to make sure it is Elizabeth who goes home, and so does Wes. But Kovacs and Dave want to ensure Elizabeth stays and they need Kiptyn on their side. They both prevail upon him to let their ladies stay and choose the other's head shot for elimination. I am pretty sure this is how the electoral college works.
It's Elimination Day! We know the guys are looking to eliminate either Gia or Elizabeth, but the girls have no plans or strategy because strategizing adds five pounds. Chris Harrison earns his salary (which is the size of Nicaragua's GDP) by wandering in and reminding the brain-dead contestants that they have to vote. He then wanders back to pet his white tiger. During the voting, Wes wanders the party with a beer in his hand and tries to rouse the men against Elizabeth so that Gia can stay. I'm not quite sure strategy-wise why he would pick to oust Kovacs's girlfriend, Elizabeth, to get the boot, as opposed to say, Vampire Queen Gwen who can't even come out in the sunlight lest she blind the contestants with her sparkle. He also could have decided to focus his ouster efforts on ANY of the other girls whose names no one even knows. But still Wes is determined that it must be Elizabeth to go. Which just shows that he is very, very stupid. Or Elizabeth is even more despicable off camera than she seems on camera. It's possible.