The dinner continues. Allen says that once he and his friends played an entire round of golf naked. Jennifer doesn't look amused. Chris yells that this is the type of stuff David wasn't giving him before. David seems to like the attention from Chris. David then tells us that Chris had to come right back with a story to top it. Chris tells the group that he once got bet one thousand dollars to bowl the last frame naked, and he did it. He tells the story like he once saved a kid from a burning building, rather than doing some sorta gay frat shit once when he was drunk on sangria. There is now the worst exchange in the history of television, where Chris says that the photos are the best part, and David says that he has photos of the naked golf too, and Chris folds his arms and says, "Oh, really." And David says, "Yeah." And Chris says, "I'd like to see those," forgetting the gay subtext there. And David responds, "Really." Now expert behaviorist Jennifer says that she "senses" competition between David and Chris. Nooooo!
So now the fondue eating continues, and David says something I don't understand about how Chris was his competition and he thinks that now after dinner the tables have turned. What tables and turned how? Aw fuck it, who cares. Chris then tells us that he showed up here like a "pirate ship" to do some "wreckage." Is everyone on this show high? Why do I suddenly understand no one? Table again. Chris asks, in a really obnoxious Charlie Rose style, "Have you ever had sex with a married man?" Jennifer says, "Yes," and continues that it was not a one-time thing. David tells us that if she knew he was married, it would bother him. Chris says that the answer blew him away, coming from Jennifer. We focus in a long shot on the lights of the city below, Jennifer's former slutdom and homewrecker status now out there, ruining things.
Bathroom. The kids all brush their teeth, getting rid of all that fondue and all those lies. Jennifer says that things have changed, and that some people have gone up and some have gone down. The guys hope someone is going to "go down" tonight. Wade says that he senses competition, and David says that there is a "prize at the end." Clinton shares that his game plan is the same, to be himself and to flash that goddamn massive smile, I imagine. This is funny -- Jennifer says, "Before I went to bed I was kind of scared of Wade." Join the club, sister. Wade then says that he was in the Army, and he's slept with fifty guys, and it doesn't bother him. Uh, I'm going to leave that one alone. Chris then says that no one gives "two flying flips" about being with Jennifer in the end, but rather that it's about walking away with some money. He says, "It probably sounds like I'm all about the money. And I am."