But wait! The Entertainer was just pulling our chains. He summoned Heat to give him the boot. The Entertainer explains that he couldn't take the awkwardness. The Entertainer smirks the twist of fate that he was dumped by his girlfriend and sent packing by his girlfriend's new boyfriend all in one day. Whiteboy takes a bit of credit for sending Heat home, implying that he can use The Entertainer's emotional side against him later. Heat gives a pretty useless and forlorn exit interview. He looks pretty stunned, and I think the saddest part is that he really buys into this whole franchise. Like, his dreams were just crushed. As if, in his mind, he was King Arthur, Destiney his Guinevere, and The Entertainer Lancelot. Or maybe he's just sad that he's going back to the real world where humping for air time doesn't exist and not every girl is a stone-cold slut.
Megan strides up to collect her check, and The Entertainer warns her not to cause anymore problems. She VOs that he has the wrong impression of her and that she is, and I quote, "a nice, sweet, innocent girl." Then she gives a tell-tale sideways glance. I call bullshit.
After CJ bids them good night, Destiney reveals that she's only somewhat sad to see Heat go because she really didn't like him all that much -- and he kept leaving grease marks on her pillow... The Entertainer admits he hasn't come that far from his parents' basement, but he's just happy to have found Destiney. Whiteboy breaks up the love fest, foretelling that things are starting to get "real real" up in there since both sides are gunning for him.
Next week: Chicken catapulting, scorpion eating, and showering with Boston! 12 Pack promises he won't vote off Boston and Megan if they throw the next challenge. Whiteboy immediately becomes suspicious, and it all comes to a head in The Vault, leading to a physical battle and Boston's lapse into (crocodile?) tears.