Elimination! Aubrey, in a black punk rock t-shirt and her 50's pinup hair, looks more like Hedwig than ever. She thinks there's a chance that she's going home tonight, but she wants to stay as long as Bret wants her. I think Daisy's fake eyelashes actually weigh her tiny lids down, which is why she always has that "nobody's home" look about her. Kristy Joe throws some shade about fake girls. Bret enters and notes that it's been a bit of an emotional rollercoaster so far. He guarantees them that it will get worse, and says that they have to drop their guard enough for him to know that he can love/like/lust on them. Megan looks confused and/or like she smelled something bad.
Daisy is called first, because she not only talked the talk but walked the walk. Oh, is that what the kids are calling it these days? Daisy doesn't think that anybody can beat the chemistry that she has with Bret. Until they bring back Heather. God, when is that going to happen? Ambre is called next. Innnnteresting. And then Peyton is next! Yay! She's still my favorite. Then there's Inna Tuna, followed by Catherine. It's amazing that pass can fit over her puff of hair. Then there's Jessica. I forgot she even existed! Then there's Destiney. Megan can't believe that she's in the bottom three with Kristy Joe and Aubrey. Basically, Bret thinks Megan is hot but he's not feeling it yet. She looks offended. However, she agrees to stay and rock his world.
Of course this leaves Aubrey and Kristy Joe in the bottom two. Kristy Joe is already bawling. She thinks that, since she flipped out today, Bret might be just about done with her. Aubrey tells us that Kristy Joe is her best friend in the house, and when she looked at her and thought that she might be going home, her heart fell out of her body. Just put it in a jar of formaldehyde with all the other spare parts, honey. Bret holds the final pass. He says that the next girl told him that she's not feeling well. Aubrey interviews that she realized she was about to get the pass, but she can't bear to see her best friend of six days, Kristy Joe, hurt so much. Bret tries to continue, but Aubrey interrupts by walking toward him and asking if, if she goes on her own, he'll give Kristy Joe another chance. Bret's response? "Wassagoinon?" This is one instance when I approve of this particular word choice.