Far ahead are Mickey and Ames, although Ryan and Blake are making a race of it. The blue team eventually gives up, with the bachelors singing "Row Row Row Your Boat" while the Hong Kong folks behind them repress the urge to swat them with the oars. Mickey shamelessly crows that their strategy paid off, so I guess "accidentally lucking into finding a team of dragonboat racers" is a strategy.
So the bachelors and Ashley settle onto the beach to chill, and then suddenly there is much happy wailing and screaming down the beach, where a couple has suddenly gotten engaged. "Somebody just got engaged in front of us!" says Ashley, who acts like she just saw Halley's comet in terms of how rare this is. Of course, most of her experience with marriage proposals comes from this show, so I suppose I can understand why she acts like she just spotted Sasquatch. And then she goes and tells us that she's taken a huge step forward by putting closure on the whole Bentley -- never mind.
"Today was such a great group date. Ever since my talk with Bentley--" holy fuck, Ashley!
Anyway, the group goes to a bar that's all black and blue and green, with Ashley saying there's good energy, and all the idiots are looking forward to spending time with her. Ames says he thinks his relationship with Ashley is totally unique. I'll forgive the "totally unique" because he actually said "Ashley and my" instead of "Ashley and I's"! Talk about Halley's comet! He takes her aside so they can go up the elevator to the 48th floor but by the 10th floor he's shoved his tongue down her throat because he takes all his romance tips from Aerosmith, and he's living it up while they're going down. Or in this case, up. "Where did that come from?" she says, pleasantly surprised and going in for more -- at least until they're interrupted by someone who's looking to get on the elevator, at least until he sees all the rutting going on and flees.
Ames says he's totally falling for Ashley, and his head is spinning for good reasons, not for muay thai boxing concussion-related reasons, although I'd argue that the muay thai reasons make much more sense. Ashley is so pleased with how things are going that she reminds us about how she is over Bentley, in case we forgot since the last time she mentioned him thirty seconds ago. Jesus, that sexual assault in the elevator really seems to have turned her on.