We see Rebekah and Cecile talking on the couch. Cecile whispers, "Jack may as well leave now," and Rebekah actually sneers and says, "He isn't an option. He isn't even a conversation." She's completely evil. But at least she's decisive, unlike Andrea Doormat, who is doing her best to appear peppy and fun to the point where every time Patrick asks her something she appears to think she has to come up with a witty answer. Here's the conversation as Patrick wonders if it's his turn to shoot pool:
Patrick: Am I up?
Andrea: Uh, well [shrugs], only you can answer that!
Seriously, Andrea, it wasn't a trick question. Rebekah and Cecile discuss their relationships, speculating that Patrick will plead to Andrea. God only knows why he'd do such a thing. They call over to Andrea to try to figure out which way she's leaning and she does this annoying scales thing with her hands to show she's not sure, and I have to say being forced to choose between Kristian and Burpy Obnoxious is like choosing between the chair or lethal injection. In an interview, Kristian said there was "an interesting dynamic" going on with him and Andrea that night, and I do agree with him, except for the "interesting" part. He explains that Andrea wanted to get some guys to plea to her, but she didn't think that would happen if she spent all her time with Kristian. So he gave her permission to flirt -- like she needs his permission -- and he gave her space. He says it was kind of weird. Maybe that's because, as we watch Andrea and Patrick play pool, his idea of giving her space is to stand there watching them the entire time. He blah blahs that he wasn't jealous of Andrea hanging out with Patrick, but that he didn't like it. What would you call it, then? In an interview, Patrick says that Andrea has potential, whatever that means. I could not care less about any of this.
Later that night, everybody heads to the spa, where for some reason known only to him, Jack is in his bathing suit DOING PUSHUPS by the hot tub, which was funny enough, but made even more pathetic when Jack looked up with this "Oh, I didn't hear you come in" expression on his face, as if he hadn't been looking out the window for them and started doing pushups just before they got there.
So while everybody gets wacky in the hot tub and Rebekah shows off her best assets, Andrea and Kristian go back to Andrea's cabin, where they blah blah that Kristian wanted to spend more time with her and Andrea all cocky says she enjoyed her space tonight. I guess we're supposed to care about this conflict, and you might, unless you remember that these two idiots have known each other all of six days. In the cabin, Kristian tells Andrea that he's not ready to tell her to move to Alaska after this is over, and in an interview, he says that, in his guts, he doesn't see them having a long-term relationship. In an interview that was so close-up on Andrea and her bad hair that I actually recoiled from the screen, she says it's too bad he doesn't have stronger feelings.