Back at the house, Wes has his guitar out and is explaining that he wrote this song "for a girl," and then he plays his "love, it don't come easy" again, and at this point can I just ask WHAT HAVE WE DONE TO DESERVE THIS, and Tanner F. amusingly tells us that he's getting sick of hearing the same songs over and over again, and then it looks like Michael is playing the guitar. Is he singing about how doing the electric worm, it don't come easy? Tanner P. brings up the whole "not here for the right reasons" thing, and wonders if the people playing the guitars are here for Jillian or here to "win over America." You know, I wouldn't worry about anyone on this show "winning over America." Tanner P. mocks the guitar-playing and says he wouldn't do something like that, because that's not him. Well, maybe you should try not being yourself, since you are a fetishistic freakazoid! "I got other skills," he says. Translation: I can't play the guitar, so I don't think others should.
Meanwhile, the dinner is still not over yet. My god, this show is like one of the labours of Hercules! She goes to get the rose, and explains to us that there's nothing about Sasha that she doesn't like, but she thinks he's got a lot to go through before he'll be ready for what she's looking for, and she's worried that she'd always have to be perfect for him. "I wish I could be that unicorn that he's looking for, but I'm not," she tells us. So anyway, she stammers out that she's concerned that he hasn't been through the hurt. "I feel like I'm just so afraid that I can't meet your expectations," she says, and he appreciates the honesty and whatnot.