The remaining four girls decide to make cupcakes and a card for Luke while they have nothing else to do. You know what, ladies? If you're that bored, why not exercise instead of making yourselves look more pathetic than usual?
Back at Mama Juana's, Luke wants alone time with Kristian first. Mandy thinks this means that Luke likes Kristian more than her. Meanwhile, Luke and Kristian's "alone time" takes place like two booths away from where Mandy is sitting trying not to look at them. It's really awkward. I guess Mama Juana's doesn't have a VIP room. Luke says it's really important that his woman feels appreciated. Kristian agrees, and tells us that she was just a fat girl to the last guy she dated. I still can't believe she's a teacher, by the way. People entrust their children's safety and education to her on a daily basis! It's so scary. Kristian claims that Luke "loves" her for who she is. Just because the producer signs the notes "love, Luke" does not mean that Luke actually loves you, Kristian. And with that, Kristian and Luke dance. Mandy returns from a powder to see Luke kissing Kristian. Even though the kiss lacks chemistry or even much contact, Mandy is devastated and sulks off to the bathroom. Luke goes to check on her, but all he can do is knock on the door, because it's the women's room. And Mandy couldn't let him in anyway since her foot is caught in the bear trap Kristian put there earlier.
After the break, Mandy's hissy fit has gotten the results she desired: Luke's attention, and an end to Kristian's alone time. Mandy and Luke sit on a stage that has a bunch of candles and flowers in front of it in a sad attempt to inject atmosphere into Mama Juana's. Mandy tells Luke that it's hard for her to share him with other women. Luke basically says that's the game she signed on for, but he'll do his best to make her feel special during their alone times together, except that he can't because Mandy spends all of their alone times talking about how upset she is that Luke is dating other women.