Inna and Bret are both mildly gross in talking about their date. Bret likes the combination of their bodies pressed up against each other with the vibration from the motorcycle, while Inna is just happy to hold on to her man and will go anywhere he takes her. My guess is that they're on the road to Crabville, which is certainly a regular vacation spot for Inna. They end up at the Sagebrush Cantina, where Bret romantically says that they both have oil face. This date has been sponsored by Clearasil. It's a nice change from the habitual sponsorship of any company that produces very strong antibiotics.
Meanwhile, Peyton and Destiney clean Bret's bike. Despite being four score and seven years old, Peyton is so much hotter than Destiney. Oh, Lord, and then Aubrey is still yammering about how Bret walked around her like she was non-existent. Ambre thinks that Aubrey tends to overreact and overanalyze and has a slight confidence problem. When Ambre says that Bret's reaction was likely subliminal, Aubrey dramatically says that that scares her even more. If she wants to be scared most of all, she should try looking into a mirror right now. Back at the date, Inna Tuna says that she could she herself and Bret ending up together. He could too. She says that the date was great, and Bret agrees. It couldn't have been that great or interesting, though, as we barely saw any of it.
As Bret and Inna enter the house, Destiney and Peyton are waiting on his bike, still in their bikinis. Bret is into it, and asks them to bend down and show him what they did. All right then, creepy old man. Destiney, never shy when it comes to sticking her ass up in the air, obliges. They joke that they cleaned his pipes. And then who should interrupt this fun moment but Angsty Aubrey. It's her time to talk to him, she says. In an interview, Bret wonders if Aubrey really needed to take him away from a moment that involved nakedness and motorcycles. Seriously. He kisses everyone before he goes to chat with Aubs. And then it's all worth it as we get the quote of the episode. Aubrey tells Bret, "I'm a very, very, very observant person. I'm a karaoke host, okay? I know people." She is wise beyond her years and her genders. That's what happens when you hear drunken groups of women warble "Girls Just Wanna Have Fun" night after night. Bret interviews that Aubrey is going at him as if they'd been in a nagging, naggingly long relationship, when they aren't even together. It's true. I hate to admit it, but sometimes this show really does teach you things about relationships. Bret likes Aubrey, but worries that she might be a little needy. Aubrey tells him, "I am not well." She doesn't think that he's feeling the connection, and if that's the case she doesn't want him to keep her there a moment longer. And then at least she'll have siblings Patricia, Rosanna, and David to bolster her spirits when she goes home.