Heidi's turn. They let her in, and the lights quickly go out. She actually reaches around for stuff, though, unlike her stupid husband. She says she's praying to God, because Daniel was in the lion's den, but we hear her actually pretending she's shopping, so it's somewhat more superficial than that biblical parable. They count down and let her out. She says she doesn't like fish, so she doesn't care if she's won or lost. Spencer thinks she probably got twelve stars. But she only got one star, so Spencer wins and the boys get to eat fish. Heidi doesn't know how he could even see in there. They head back to camp, and we get more commercials. Apparently, this is the Speidi show, and everyone else is just along for the ride.
Myleene. Damien. Stuff we already know and don't care about anyway. Back with Speidi, Spencer explains that he won, because he wins at everything. He says he will probably throw the fish in the water, because he doesn't care if anyone else gets to eat. Then he says that no one -- not even Spencer Pratt -- knows what Spencer's going to do. For example, he thinks he's going to go back to camp and quit, but then he might decide to just go ahead and win the whole thing. Back at camp, everyone asks who won, and Spencer says, "Neither of us." No one believes it, of course, and he eventually admits that he got them fish dinners. Spencer says that everyone should understand that him getting the spiders is "true love," and he will always be able to open any door without fear. Janice is all, "So you did a little trial today?" He says that it's actually his goodbye trial. Then he explains how easy this is for him because Hollywood is like war every day for him. And then he completely changes his mind and says that trial was like real torture, so he's leaving now, because he's too rich and famous for this. Janice hilariously tells him to go take a shower with some soap. But he's not doing that; he's leaving. He says he could stay, but he doesn't want to and is sorry for his charity. He'll go give blood or something. In the confessional, he says these people are nothing, and he feels like an all-star playing with a bunch of Bad News Bears.