Everyone's making out and snuggling! Well, except for Jaclyn and Ed. Ed seems to be passed out face-down on the couch.
Blakeley and Tony return the next morning, and regale everyone with their rustic tales of grillin' up vittles. Sarah asks, "Did you make whoopee?" like WHO EVER SAYS "MAKE WHOOPEE" and Chris is mocking Tony (not to his face) about being brainwashed already by Blakeley.
Chris obviously has to treat Tony with kid gloves, since he wants Tony's spare immunity rose to go to Sarah. He seems receptive, but then he goes to Blakeley for advice. And when it comes time to hand out the rose, Chris interrupts to ask to speak to Tony outside, where he makes a last-ditch speech about how he's doing this all for Sarah, and then Tony goes ahead and gives the rose to Jaclyn, earning a wink and a nod from Blakeley, who then speaks appreciatively about what a loyal and good person Tony is: "He's a domesticated man," she tells us. She may even have some Tony Treats for him for performing so well!
Everyone's in their cocktail party finery, starting to jockey around who's voting for whom. Harrison comes in to talk about the couples that have started to firm up, well, for everyone except for Jaclyn and Ed, who speaks at length about how he promised himself he wasn't going to be getting romantically involved here. This despite the fact that they've been sharing a bed every night. Jaclyn can't hide the hurt on her face, and I'm not sure I can blame her.
And then Harrison throws in this little monkey wrench: Everyone's voting for a woman tonight, and the woman who receives the most votes will pick the man who accompanies her out of the house. So if everyone picks Sarah, she's not likely to eliminate Chris.
Michael, feeling dirty, hopes that if they go for Erica, she'll take Chris home. And to help cement that, he wants to plant the seed in Erica's mind that Chris is the one trying to get her voted off.
Ugh, let's check in with Ed and Jaclyn for a painful conversation about how Ed's not into Jaclyn. She starts crying, telling Ed she felt used, adding that she wouldn't be doing what they're doing if she didn't have some feelings for him. Ed, after trying to justify his behavior, finally apologizes.