Denise is asked about her sister's comment that Stephen and Denise both seemed to be more open with her than they were being with each other. Of course, rather than addressing the substance of the question, Denise decides to address the fact of her sister's having said it. She says she just wasn't happy at all that Dawn made that comment, because she and Stephen are fine. Just fine, dammit! Miss P. is concerned that Stephen and Denise are not being really honest, either with each other or with the panel. I never thought I'd hear myself say this, but...Word, Miss P. Stephen again changes the subject, saying that the panel has no idea what he's going through. Way to not answer the question, dude. Non-Doctor Don presses, asking about the fact that whenever the relationship seems to be getting more intense, Stephen seems to freak out and "put the brakes on." Stephen just says that everyone reacts differently, so they can all just shut up. Which would be fine if they weren't right that he's completely fooling himself.
Non-Doctor Don asks Billie Jeanne about the fact that Paige seemed pretty skeptical of her relationship with Tony. Billie Jeanne says that her friends just feel that way because she tends to throw herself into relationships with both feet so quickly that she winds up getting hurt. Um, not that that's what she's doing in this situation. At all. Non-Doctor Don says that he wondered whether that made Billie Jeanne and Tony mad, because they certainly seemed mad about the part last week where the panel asked them if there was anything to their relationship other than sex. Tony steps in, saying that he did take offense, because there's so much more to their relationship than sex, because sex is "1\%" of the time they spend together. Non-Doctor Don points out that the percentage is a little higher than 1\%. Tony and Billie Jeanne chuckle, but Tony reiterates that he was disappointed that sex was the only thing the panel asked them about. Interestingly, sex was not the only thing the panel asked them about -- they were being asked what there was to their relationship other than sex, so they were actually given the opportunity to talk about other things if there were any. Which it seems like there aren't. "Dr." Jenn points out that they shouldn't assume that the remarks last week about their constant humping were meant to be negative, because no one on the panel is anti-humping. They're just saying that there should be other dimensions to a relationship if you're going to get married. Billie Jeanne says that "what has happened has truly come from [her] heart." Also her ass, but you might not have seen that, because it was pixelized.