Peyton goes out on her threesome with Kiptyn, Peculiar Jesse and Kovacs to the drag racing track to re-enact the scenes their lawyers and insurance representatives will let them re-enact from The Fast and the Furious. To be clear, none of these guys is Jason Statham. NONE OF THEM! Sorry, I feel very strongly about Jason Statham. He will kick your ass if you disagree. Peyton seems to be entirely unaware that Kovacs and Elizabeth are dating, so she's not that smart. Or just doesn't care about Elizabeth. Or both. Probably both. Back at the house, everyone takes odds on who Peyton will give the rose to. Tenley is pretty sure Peyton is after Kiptyn, but pretends she is totally happy that Kiptyn would be safe and not rotting in a tower with a fire-breathing dragon at the base.
Out at the track, it's burrito break time, and Kiptyn and Peyton make the most of it. And, seriously, the best thing about this show could be that they have burritos. Kiptyn lies to Peyton and claims he has no feelings for Tenley. Then he tells the camera that he lied. Then it's Kovacs's turn to pop Peyton's champagne cork and he reverts to his plan to pretend he's single, but he also knows it is kind of hopeless. Peculiar Jesse takes the anchor position on the syphilis relay, and as the only single guy on the date it is not too long before he gets a kiss and then the Rose of Immunity. It doesn't hurt that Peyton thinks he's dreamy. Kovacs pouts as he realizes that his stupid girlfriend Elizabeth is ruining all his chances at hooking up with the ladies. Yes, yes, Elizabeth ruins everything. Let's just end the show there, eh?