Anique and David return to their hotel. David voice-overs that they were flirting and getting closer. David invites Anique back to his room. They lie down on the couch together. They're wearing slippers with little faces on them, which is kind of creepy. Anique voice-overs that she was flirting to show that she likes David. As opposed to flirting to show that she hates him? Anique says that they have "electrisical [sic] chemistry," but given that English isn't her first language, I can't really make fun of that. (I miss Melissa M. from last season.) Anique voice-overs that David kissed her. David walks to the door and tells the camera crew that he's a gentleman, so he needs some privacy. Of course, I speculate that he just said that because he's going to sleep. The editors pipe in some sounds of Anique giggling, and then some kissing sounds, and then Anique says, "Let's marry, and then we do this every day." She was probably talking about helicopter rides. The next morning, David and Anique get ready to return home. Anique interviews that she's nervous about David going on dates with the other women. David voice-overs that he likes Anique, but that he thinks that she's impressed by money. Well, who isn't? I hate this show. It seems like the premise is that you can't possibly love someone and enjoy the fact that they are wealthy. Is Anique supposed to refuse to go on these extravagant dates or something?
Paul tells Petra that she's leaving at noon. Petra voice-overs that she's excited about her date, and that she hopes David is not too tired. Petra arrives at an airstrip. David gets out of a plane and greets her. David voice-overs that he likes Petra's style, and her hair, and that he thinks "she's a babe." Petra interviews that it's nice to go on a private jet, and that she didn't know where they were going, but then she saw islands and knew that they were going to Sardinia. David and Petra check into their hotel and look at the rooms. Petra interviews that she had the most beautiful bathroom every. Man, that is one ugly bathroom. It's tiled from floor to ceiling with about ten different colored tiles. It looks like someone killed and mounted a hundred harlequins on the walls. David interviews that he and Petra had a penthouse suite, that there was a pool on the roof that overlooked the bay, and that billionaires stay there. David emphasizes, "Not millionaires, billionaires!" So why is David there? Petra utters the phrase "fairy tale," so she is dead to me.