During their champagne lunch of mystery items wrapped in foil (Burrito? Sandwich? MRE?), Real tries to justify why he should stay. Destiney points out the obvious fact that if Toastee really wants to do her team a favor, she should get rid of Real. She also reminds Toastee of the fact that she owes her one. Toastee elects to take five minutes in heaven with Real so he can further explain why Toastee should keep him instead of Destiney. His entire argument consists of the fact that she will need him and the girls are scheming. Oh, Toastee, are you really going to fall for that? It doesn't even make sense! And wasn't it just last week that you demanded 12 Pack get rid of the strongest player regardless of personal feeling? That wouldn't be a double standard would it? Oh Toastee, I guess that third "e" you lost stood for "ethics"?
Back at the Skank Ranch, The Entertainer pulls Toastee aside to try and convince her that Real should stay because she will need him and the girls are schemers. Just kidding! He reminds her that Destiney had her back during the first round and she should make a big bold move and actually live up to her word. Toastee tells the confession cam that she could make the biggest move ever and send Real home. She calls a team meeting. She can't figure out why she should send Destiney home when she has no power and Real does. 12 Pack, Heather, and The Entertainer agree with that assessment of the situation and say she should send Real home because it is their first chance to get rid of the Stallionaire alliance.
Hoopz cannot believe Toastee. She grabs Toastee by the ear and pulls her outside to remind her that she has an alliance with Real. She should stick to the plan. Pumkin can't believe Toastee is even considering sending Real home. She wants Destiney gone because she hates The Entertainer. I think that Pumkin's speech revealed a deep lack of understanding of the fundamentals of competition. But on this show I don't think it can hurt her. Anyway, Toastee has some thinking to do. I hope it doesn't hurt! Quick question: Where does Real buy his clothes? Those pants should have never been allowed across the border.
As we head into the Elimination, Real (looking pimptastic in a red turtleneck, black blazer, fedora, and sunglasses at night) is feeling stupid for putting himself in The Box especially since he found out that Toastee and Destiney made an agreement during the first competition. Destiney still feels that Toastee should send Real home since he is the stronger player. She knows that if Toastee sends her home, it was entirely personal. Before Toastee gets to eliminate someone, Craig asks The Entertainer if he will go home if Destiney is eliminated. While The Entertainer thinks about it the viewing audience is treated to a montage of lip locks, smooches, and make-out sessions, as well as clips of his life in his parent's house. He opts to stay. He's going to win, because he needs the money.