In an interview, Tim says he's willing to have "that conversation" with Cecile but the night before they "screwed around" and now he's dug himself "an even deeper hole."
Exterior shot shows night descending on the Northern Light. 8 PM. Group dinner. In an interview, Bob and his mullet explain that they just found out Brent and Sissie are pretty much "an item," so I guess Sissie didn't say anything about it on their date, and so much for not leading anyone on, eh, Sissie? Bob and his mullet say it was "disconcerting" to find out they don't really have much chance with her.
Now we focus on the new group, as Doug voice-overs that it was weird when everyone got back to the Northern Light because there were all these couples "holding hands and prancing around and having a good time" and then we see...wait a minute, did he just say "prancing around"? At the dinner, we see the four new guys sitting together at one end of the table, and Doug is leading the discussion on how extraneous they all feel, but the whole conversation had to be subtitled because the genius cameraman elected to film this with Cecile in the foreground and she is loudly blathering on about getting some "homemade jelly" (I think) "from a Eskimo [sic]" and the other women are all a-twitter at the mention of a real live Eskimo, I guess, and I forgot that Americans still use the white-man-label "Eskimo" but you'd think if anyone would be careful about treating another culture like a Disneyland exhibit, it'd be Cecile, the only non-white person on this show. Meanwhile, there's Doug -- who, being a young, middle-class American male is a member of pretty much every possible privileged and non-discriminated-against segment of society -- joking about "segregation."