So let's cut back to Man Manor. Ooh look, a date card. One of the guys (I can NOT be expected to tell them apart at this point) reads out loud (where is Ashley to see that skill?) and reveals that a bunch of the men are heading to Vegas, too. They all cheer! Such merriment will be had! Then it is revealed that five men are being left behind at Man Manor. Jeff, the Phantom of the Manor, is bummed, because he has sworn to leave his mask on until his first date with Ashley, and he really would like to take the mask off 'cause it kind of itches. Also, it's 90 degrees and the mask is rubber and he's inexplicably wearing a stocking cap, so he is hot and hopefully forming a lovely ring of pimples around his eyes. They will be great for the big reveal! He opines that he knows Ashley will love him... and if not, he will wear the mask forever and live in the sewers under the city solving crimes. (That's TWO shows, NBC.)
Back in Vegas, Ashley gives William his rose, because he is both fun loving AND serious. Then they hug and kiss and watch the famous Bellagio fountains as Ashley daydreams about marriage to a thirtysomething frustrated stand up comic who sells cell phones in Ohio. I mean, what girl doesn't daydream about that?
From an old house in Santa somethingerother all covered in vines, lived twelve horny boys into pick up lines. They drank themselves silly in rain or shine and left the house at half past nine, in two straight lines, the smallest one was Constantine. Okay, enough of that. So a clusterchump of guys flew to Vegas where Ashley greeted them in a get-up that would make Mary Ann from "Gilligan's Island" claim "Bitch stole my look!" and ushered all the men into a theater. Ashley claims, "I want to see how they move, if you know what I mean." I don't know what she means, do you know what she means? I think she means exactly what she said, but added some incorrectly applied innuendo for flair. She's quirky like that! Also, confusing.
Ashley has brought the men to a true test of their commitment to love: A dance performance. Most girls won't force men to go to a dance performance until, I don't know, a few years of marriage and the birth of a first-born son? Ashley announces that not only the men going to be forced to watch a performance of the Jabbawockeez, but they "get to" perform as well. The men look really thrilled. Like, it's one thing to be on a reality show. It's another thing to be cast in an impromptu episode of So You Think You Can Dance, when you actually don't think you can dance. You can tell some of the men wish that they had been informed of the possibility that they would have to dance on national television before they had signed up for this show. Others are just determined to dance their way into Ashley's aerobicized heart.