Pausing. Music. Pausing. The two who continue are Denise D. and Denise L. September 11th girl and the rodeo centerfold? Man, those are some really helpful peeps Stephen has with him if he finds the bar scene "meaningless." Darrien gives her bland, good-sport sendoff. Now it's time for Stephen to speak his mind from the booth. He asks people to keep in mind that there's more to people than looks. Stephen would like you to "consider someone's insides." The intestines, for instance. And what's a wife without a gall bladder? Time for the chicks to campaign for themselves. They both say that they have crappy luck with men, so they're hoping that they can marry Stephen and get it over with, basically. Stephen must be so honored. Okay, run off and go vote!
And now, Billie Jeanne. In the interrogation room, Tony is grilled about being a neat freak. Jack is grilled about practicing celibacy, and reminds the peeps that he said he had practiced celibacy in the past, not currently -- it turns out that Jack is currently a non-practicing celibate. Lapsed, if you will. Jack is asked if he thinks it's a problem that he described himself as a "gambler." He looks shocked when this actually appears to be a real question. I don't think he meant he loses tens of thousands of dollars at the poker table, y'all.
Back on stage, it's time to tell the guys what the peeps thought of them. Tony: They think he's charming, but not sincere. "You're a used-car salesman, and you seem like one." Ugh, I agree. Skeevy. Jack, they admire, but they're not that happy about the gambling. They find Michael funny and "vivacious" (is he a cheerleader now?), but they think he lacks "commitment and stability." Of, I suppose, the kind you would expect to find in a contestant on a show such as this.
Pausing. Music. Pausing. Pausing. Pausing. Music. "Tony. Jack. Michael." Pausing. Pausing. Pausing. Michael has been picked. And so has...pausing. Pausing. Pausing. Music. Music. Pausing. Tony! Wow, they picked the used-car salesman over the children's book writer. Freaky! Jack says that he thinks they made a big mistake, and then he runs off the stage. Billie Jeanne now addresses us from the isolation booth and reminds us that she's going to show "the raw me," so she wants an athletic guy to appreciate the real her. Yeah, she wants the real her to be appreciated, so it's important that the guy be an athlete. Whatever. Tony tells us that we're in a "very unique situation." He claims that he can tell BJ is special, so he needs our help. Michael says that he came on the show to meet his best friend, and he wants to marry his best friend. I'm sorry, is he talking about BJ? That was a really confusing speech. I'm dizzy. For, like, eight reasons.