Holly and Dave have dinner in their suite. It looks romantic enough, but, like, the table's up to their chin or something. I guess those two are both kind of short, but they're not that wee. They talk about Prom, and Dave's like, who are you going with, ha ha? And Holly's all, oh, I don't know, heh heh! And should she ask him or has he already said yes to someone else, ha ha ha! And Dave doesn't know, and he has to think about it, and hee hee, isn't it cute? Ha ha! No. Oh yeah, ha ha! No, really. Dave presents her with a bouquet of red roses and asks her to the Prom. Holly says, get this: "He was very, very funny, and yet at the same time very sweet."
Back at the house, Tim calls out, "Hey Summer! I think you better check your bed!" Tim pulls back the door to her room and shows her that another envelope with the telltale awkward block handwriting of her secret admirer is on her bed, along with a silver bracelet with a heart charm. Summer says she thinks it's a little suspicious that Tim found the note. "I just happened to be up here," says Tim. The note says, "I look forward to revealing what's in my heart." Summer shrieks and yells, "More cryptic messages!" Nicole's like, "It's Tim," and Maurice is like, "It's not Tim," and Tim's like, "It's not me," and Summer's like, "It's freaking me out."
Maya and Ben have their candlelight dinner. In an interview, Ben says, "There've certainly been moments when we seem to have a romantic connection." JS: "Dude, you can tell he watches reality shows, because he knows to say 'romantic connection.' Nobody ever has one of those in real life." They make a champagne toast, and Ben asks Maya to Prom. In an interview, Maya says she's not sure what's going to happen on the date, but she thinks "it may turn out to be a smooch." She says, "I definitely want it to happen, and I definitely want it to be very memorable." Um, okay, I think maybe they've got a Hollywood production staff kind of working on that or something.
Natasha and Dan B. You know the drill. Barbato doesn't want to let go of this whole thing with Natasha only to regret it at the end of his life, blah blah, carpe boobatem, et cetera. "I think Dan is thinking long-term thoughts about this, which confuses me even more," says Natasha. It's so confusing, the future! Like, all those days of the week! How do they figure out which ones are the Thursdays and which ones are the Saturdays? It gives her a headache! Okay, she's not that dumb, but she'd like you to think she is. They sit on the lawn outside their cottage and start kissing. Slow-motion, multi-angle kissing action. In an interview, Natasha says, "And then suddenly I remember -- my boyfriend!" Yeah, except I think first she remembered she left the iron on back in Chicago, and then wondered if someone would notice something after seeing her mail -- which she also just now remembered she forgot to cancel -- piling up outside her door, and would they stop in, and also check on her plants, because she just also remembered that she wouldn't be there to water them, and then she remembered, oh, wait, somebody else lives in her apartment! And THEN suddenly she remembered her boyfriend.