In a talking head, DeAnna admits to really caring about Jeremy, but says she's attracted to Graham -- who has shown up to steal DeAnna from Jeremy. Jason, watching Graham and DeAnna together, laments their body-language. Graham takes advantage of the time they have to talk by talking about how he's taking advantage of this time to talk with her. These conversations are the verbal equivalent of mirrors on mirrors. She's rubbing his hand between his thumb and index finger, and thinks he's going to kiss her. Instead, he starts thinking of all the jockeys that were there before him. "I don't wanna be one of a bunch," he says. "All right," says DeAnna, suddenly pissed, although she says she's not mad; she's hurt. "You're hurt," says Graham, telling her that maybe now she knows how he feels. She then takes his head off, because having gone through this on the other side, of course she knows how he feels. "I don't think that Graham was being very fair," whines DeAnna in a talking head. "Sometimes I don't feel like it's just me and you," he says. That would be because...it's not. I agree with Graham that this is a shitty way to do things. I agree so much that I wouldn't have done it. She feels he's the only one not putting himself out there, and that breaks her heart. For DeAnna, the ultimate compliment is if she thinks you're "putting yourself out there."
Robert and Fred get the datebox for their Bachelorette non-death match. "Who has the recipe for love?" reads the card. Robert has a ridiculous non-theory that it's going to come down to the kiss, because DeAnna's not going to kiss both of them tonight, so if she kisses one of them, she's going to keep that guy. He's got it backwards in the sense that he seems to think kissing her will lead to her wanting to keep him, when it's the other way around. But it's not going to matter too much longer for Robert.