The Ass Passers arrive at the three separate resort destinations. Maya and Ben walk through their hotel suite and admire the room and the view outside. But we'll see in comparison that they get the lamest accommodations out of all three couples -- the smallest suite, and their building doesn't even overlook the ocean directly or anything. That's what you get for wanting to go slowly. Maya notices there's only one bed. Maya says she pointed at it and told Ben, "We'll talk about this later." Yeah, okay, and enjoy your view of the golf course, guys. At Dave and Holly's resort, they get an enormous suite. It's as big as their potential for looooove! Also a big fancy bathtub. At the third resort, Dan B. and Natasha get their own cabin, their own Jacuzzi, and their own ocean in their very own self-absorbed popular universe. "It's just us," coos Natasha.
Ben and Maya go scuba-diving. Wow -- that's fun, but kind of complicated for a date. Maybe Mike Fleiss is hoping they'll get all kinky with the latex gear and things will get sexier. Nope, they just like each other like normal people.
Ssshhheeeeeeeewwwwww! Back to the house. Summer and Tim lounge around on the patio and talk, and Tim says in voice-over: "To have Summer here just eclipses my feelings for all the other girls." He says he decided to write her a letter, "because I've really enjoyed being around her, and I just thought I had an opportunity to resolve something." Cue slo-mo footage of Summer that's made to look all jumpy and grainy and scratchy -- like, what, Tim's memories are only available in Super-8 format and not VHS? Tim reads aloud the letter: "Summer -- the vibrant blood that flows in your veins, the electricity of your presence, the soft silence when your heart is open and your eyes understand. I want to be indelibly alive for one more moment just to know you in a place of love, so we can share sacred space, and let what has been slip away to greet the golden beams of a new day, and, oh, that's my soy milk in the fridge, so could you stop using so much of it in your coffee? Thanks." Tim says he wants to know that the emotional stuff with Summer "was on both sides -- it was mutual, and in a different world it might still be there, you know what I mean?"