Justin, Kirk, and Kasey sit around back at the hotel. Kasey questions Justin's motives, because only Kasey can tell who is there for the right reasons. He's worried Justin will tell Ali about the tattoo. Hey, Kasey, you know a good way to prevent that? Don't get the tattoo.. It's fucking foolproof.
Frank manages to get Ali off into this whole separate room, and Ali says she never sees him on the group dates and asks what's up with that. Frank gives a non-answer, and she says she wants to see him more. That makes him feel bad. Come on, Frank, that means you're leaving her wanting more! But he apologizes and gives her credit for opening up to him. "Even if there's a bunch of guys competing for her time, I need to be one of those guys," Frank interviews. Welcome to the herd, Frank.
She's totally drunk when they rejoin everyone out there, and sees the one rose waiting. After some hammered babbling, she announces that Ty's getting the rose. Frank watches from the sidelines, his jealous eyes pinning Ty from just above the waterline like a waiting crocodile.
With that over, Kasey is talking about how either he or Justin is going home, and it's all down to his tattoo, and he's confident that Ali's going to see who Justin is and kick him out. Well, she may, but she's also going to see who Kasey is, and that's even worse for Kasey. Justin, in turn, is looking forward to the big showdown.
Ali is waiting by a helicopter, and here come Kasey and Justin. The latter totally upstages Kasey right off the bat with his two working legs and his new ability to hug Ali with both arms. Kasey bitches about how Justin is all about putting on a show. Unlike Kasey, who got that totally sincere tattoo.
The chopper takes off, and the altitude doesn't seem to prevent Kasey from jabbering. Ali's more excited about getting to see the erupting volcano from the helicopter than anything else, and with these two, who wouldn't be? Justin wishes he was the only one in the helicopter with Ali. I do, too; then the pilotless aircraft could plummet from the sky. Ali suggests getting closer, and they land on the adjacent peak. Kasey has to help Ali guide Justin to the edge for a closer look, but refrains from tossing him over. Justin says he wants Kasey to doubt himself, and compares it to a wrestling match, when you have your opponent on the ropes. And in the end, "You hold that championship belt -- in this case, Ali -- up in the air." Except professional wrestling isn't as fake as this.