Ugh, and now the throat-ripping has really commenced on the roof deck. Taya cries because she's feeling so misunderstood. Mindy goes over and puts her arm around Taya, and talks some stupid self-help junk about insecurities, and Taya talks some junk about not having the insecurities that Mindy thinks she has, and oh my God laaaaaaaaaaaaaame! Jamie walks into the bickering and then goes and sits on the couch, resigned to her fate of being the third wheel on the lame bus. And then, the greatest thing happens. Bret tells us that he was sitting in his room when it dawned on him that there were three hot girls down the hallway from him. He says, "Guitar? Let's go party." Bret walks onto the roof deck, trusty guitar in hand, ready to seduce with another "Every Rose Has Its Thorn" sing-a-long. He then sees Taya screaming at Mindy that she's 29 going on 129 and says, "On second thought, maybe I'll just go catch some sleep." Awesome. There is more screaming between Taya and Mindy, and Mindy's boobs squash upwards in frustration.
Finally, it's time for elimination. I say just axe all three and go straight to the reunion show. I've been hankering for a glimpse of DJ Lady Tribe. Taya looks insane and has made a really poor fabric choice, though I guess you could argue that the wrinkles on her white satin mirror the wrinkles in her friendship with Mindy, and the wrinkles on her actually 46 year-old face. Anyway, Bret is concerned that Jamie may not be looking for a serious relationship. He is also concerned that Taya might be there not only for love, but also for business. And he's concerned that Mindy has the funk. Nonetheless, Mindy is first to get a pass. Bret asks if she feels that she's there for the right reason and is open enough to want to find love. Mindy says that she's there for real. She'll gnaw on Bret's log...with love. And then, it's time for what Bret says is the hardest decision he's ever had to make. Mindy notes that Taya stares at the floor the entire time, most likely trying to drum up some sad emotions by thinking of a dead pet so she can cry on cue when Bret calls her. But then Bret calls Jamie. Devastation for Taya! Or not. Because Jamie's eliminated. Bret is truly looking for a serious relationship at this point in his life, and there's no way he can let Taya go while knowing that Jamie just wants to party all the time, party all the time, party all the time. That's totally not at all what Jamie was saying, but the girl should count her blessings that her tour is ending here. Jaime exit interviews that she came there for love, and got dumped on TV by a guy with a braided wig. She hopes that Bret will hook her up with some Poison tickets at the very least.