Back at the hotel, Jamie and Mindy mope about not being on a date with Bret. Then, inspiration strikes. Jamie suggests that they get a camera and take slutty pictures of each other. Nay, "classy-slutty" pictures. It's been done, but I can't say that it's a terrible idea. Jamie tells us that Taya always complains about the challenges of being a slutty model, but in fact it's easy and kind of great. I have to say, Jamie looks better than ever in her slutty photos. Less methy. Mindy's fine, too.
Bret, Taya and Beverly head to his concert. Taya tells us that Beverly is a third wheel, and so she's going to pretend that she's not even there. Beverly rolls her eyes to the heavens as they ride in the limo and Taya, like, massages Bret's temples. Bret heads to the stage -- hopefully after stopping for funnel cake -- and Beverly tells us that this is her ultimate date. Bret plays a song that I kind of like, the surprise of which distracts me from all of Taya's whining about Beverly's rock hands and Beverly's whining about Taya's swirly swively stupid Penthouse dance. Nonetheless, Beverly has had the time of her life on the date. She's never felt this way before. She swears. It's the truth. And she owes it all to a bewigged aging rock star.
After the show, Bret signs all sorts of stuff for fans, which is pretty endearing, even when it's breasts he's signing. He meets what is perhaps his oldest fan, and he calls her his hottest fan, which also makes me like him. Damn him! And then it's time to head back to Orlando. Already? I thought there were overnight hijinx! In the limo, Beverly pulls out two stuffed bears that she bought for her daughters. She'd like Bret to sign them. Taya interviews that it's pretty weird to try to get your sort-of-boyfriend's autograph. It is. Beverly asks Bret not to eliminate her before she finds something to get for her son for him to sign. I hope she does some quick shopping at the airport. Meanwhile, Taya is all over Bret and Beverly is pissed off. Beverly's problem is not being all over Bret. I mean, one of many, but she seriously needs to turn it up and stick that tongue somewhere effective.
When Taya and Beverly get back to the hotel, Taya is still all pissed off about what Mindy said. As Taya takes a pissy shower, Mindy busts out a suggestion for a fun rock n' roll activity: "Let's make some scars and stuff on our face with this face putty." Yeah. Cereal. Taya wants to talk about the real scars that exist on the inside. In addition to being pissed about what Mindy said about her promoting her music career, she's pissed that Mindy didn't even ask her what she's been so pissy about. Is this bitch for real? Beverly and Jamie are wondering the same thing. Mindy didn't realize that Taya was so upset about it, and Taya still thinks it was a mean thing to say. She's also upset that Mindy didn't even clap for her when she won the challenge. Mindy interviews that her job is not to be Taya's cheerleader. And then she busts out with this: "I'm a jokester. I put meat in people's shoes." Is that...a double entendre? I am seriously at a loss, here. Taya then blathers on about how now Mindy has given the other girls cause to have suspicions about her. Beverly pipes in that she, in fact, does think less of Taya, but it's because Taya was all over Bret on their date. And then those two start fighting. It all ends with Taya saying that Beverly's upset that Bret didn't even want to kiss her, then telling her to kiss her f***ing ass. Beverly snaps thrice, and we blessedly go to a commercial. So dramatic and so dull, all at once!