Short bus. Jennifer says that she's very disappointed in the boys. Wade then tells us that he's more honest than the others, but he is from the South, so. Chris then says that David is sneaky and that he's obviously a bigger liar than he is. David then says that he wants Jennifer to trust him, but the liar detector fucks that up. Jennifer indeed says that she's bummed that David lied. Chris tells us that he's indeed not in this only for the money anymore, and that Jennifer has broken down some walls and obviously isn't a "dumb bimbo." Right, obviously.
They arrive at home, and the Locksmith shows up. Tension. Tension. Whatever. The kids do that terrible acting they're forced to do when they have to pretend they're upset and surprised. It's indeed my favorite part of the show. Wait, no. Second favorite part. First favorite part: commercials. Sweet.
MM recaps the Locksmith arriving, saying that this means someone has to go, and she quickly goes through the four guys and repeats that the gone guy will get some money and blah blah blah black-corn-cakes.
Courtyard. Jennifer says that the person she's decided to release, she doesn't feel like they connected, and she also feels that this person is acting at an immature level. It's Clinton. Dramatic music! He nods as he's unchained and given only five hundred dollars. They hug, and he's dragged away for some ass-beatings by the Locksmith. Jennifer says that she didn't feel like Clinton was honest with his feelings, whatever the fuck she's talking about. Clinton is being driven away, saying that he was disappointed that he didn't have more chemistry with Jennifer. Jennifer now. She says that on a "human" level, she didn't think they would click. Clinton is disappointed with the five hundred dollars because Jennifer spent more time asking the other guys questions. Jennifer whores that Clinton is not someone she'd want to spend much time with. The Locksmith drives on. Clinton says that Jennifer having the opinions she did, she obviously didn't do enough homework on him. Yeah, buh-bye.
House. Wade tells us that he thought Clinton would be Last Man Standing, and Chris then tells us that Clinton was his biggest competition. Man, someone in Malibu needs to go up and bitch-slap him right now. Anyone. Wade then says he has no idea why he's still there, and offers that maybe it's the new deodorant he's wearing. Ha. David says something that I'm not listening to.