Meanwhile, Chris and Sarah are making out in a hot tub while Sarah tells us the chemistry between them is very sexual and hot. If they could be bothered to put the champagne glasses down to kiss, I might believe them.
Jamie tells us she wants to break up Blakeley and Chris, and then seems surprised when Blakeley sees right through her friendly overtures and blasts her and gives her the impression she's not at all interested in Chris romantically. That's just fine with Jamie, who can't wait for Chris to finish jamming his tongue down Sarah's throat and come home.
Not that she knows about the tongue-jamming, of course. Nor does she know that Chris is telling Sarah that he doesn't want to go back to the Pad, and instead suggests they get a room. Sarah accepts, and the two of them stroll, in bathrobes, to the front desk and make it happen.
"The best thing I have done is traded in Blakeley and Jamie for Sarah," Chris tells us. It's like buying a new car. You got the nice, new car smell, and it's just so much smoother and nicer and easier for me."
The scenes of Sarah and Chris strolling down to their Hotel Room O' Sin and Partner-Betrayal are cruelly juxtaposed with Jamie talking about how much she needs Chris and wants to be his partner and wants to make him happy. She uses the words "loyal" and "respectful" and "trust" and "rely" and it's all too sad for words. I mean, even for this show.
Morning arrives. Rachel, David and Blakeley in the kitchen discussing how Chris and Sarah didn't come home last night. Blakeley says he pretty much demonstrated his character, and I hate to tell Blakeley that he has not STOPPED behaving like a perfect arse since the show began.
Sarah and Chris stroll in, sort of chuckling to themselves (for everyone's benefit) about what a crazy night they had. Jamie's got a half-smile on her face, and tells us how painful it is that Chris didn't come home but didn't have any explanation for her. Well, maybe you and Blakeley can compare notes?
And now everyone is dressed in their finery, and Harrison strolls in to announce that it's cocktail party time. Sarah gives him the recap of what happened over the past hour and a half, like we and Harrison don't know.
Let the machinations begin! David, having a vote against him, starts working the women, starting with Jaclyn, who suggests he try to arrange Nick's ouster. "Nick"? I don't know who that is. He goes to Blakeley, and then Jamie. And then Michael. Meanwhile, Erica reminds us that David is a fan and therefore scum. We see her, Lindzi and Rachel vote for him. So David needs all the other women to vote for someone else (Nick -- I don't know who that is) and then for Jaclyn to come through on her promise, as challenge-winning tiebreaker, to keep David.