At some random gym, Kendal continues her Big Fat Monologue of Who Gives A Shit, telling Rachel that she's been agonizing all morning and she's tired of it. Kendal misses Sarah, but doesn't want anyone to feel bad and think she's judging them for their decision. She wants to make it clear to the boys; Rachel thinks the boys think Kendal needs more time. (God, the talking on this episode. Obviously there is no mission, but it says a lot that even with the crappiness of the missions, I'd rather have one than all this fucking yapping.) Outside now, Kendal says that she has to move on and get ready for the new girl so she feels like a member of the team; she thinks they failed in the beginning by making Sarah feel like an outsider.
Now with Shane. Shane says she doesn't want Kendal questioning his decision for booting Sarah, but doesn't want her hating him. Kendal says she doesn't. Shane is touched and wants a hug; he's nearly weeping. Jesus, c'mon man. Shane says he loves her. Oooh, then why don't you marry her? Oh, yeah. That's right. Kendal says that as far as Eric's concerned, when you're dating a person, you have higher expectations. With Eric she has higher expectations? Now that's just silly.
Rachel walks. She tells us she feels stuck in the middle of Kendal and Eric. I feel like I'm fucking stuck in the middle of Kendal and Eric. Kendal tells Rachel something. Now in the RV, Eric tells Rachel something. It's just crap about not knowing how to feel in the "relationship." Kendal says she has to "search" for something in Eric to find attractive these days. Ouch. Eric says he wants to be able to go out and have fun, but then come back and hook up with Kendal. Rachel says it's "clear" that's what he wants; Kendal doesn't want that. Rachel tells Kendal Eric likes her more than she likes him, and it seems more codependent than loving now. Rachel finishes, completing her desire not to want to be in the middle with a big section of putting herself in the middle, by telling us that they're at the same place they were two weeks into the trip and someone needs to step up and tell them it's not working out. Kendal then waffles. Rachel tells Eric that he and Kendal need to have a talk. Darrell butts in. It's pretty funny. Rachel -- way too fucking involved -- starts yelling at the camera, talking to Eric and Kendal, that one of them needs to get balls and end this "unhealthy cycle." I'm dead tired now. Oh, but suddenly, more commercials, three minutes after the last one. Hey, I ain't complaining. (Not about the commercials, at least.)