Aubrey, sans bandana, is first. She doesn't know her chosen dance -- The Shopping Cart -- so she just kind of jiggles. Angelique tells her she looks ridiculous. I don't know, I think she looks appropriately homeless and mentally ill. Kristy Joe gets The Worm and really commits, smashing her boobs on the floor as she writhes. Bret thinks it might be the finest worm he's ever seen. I bet there's some vintage footage of Alfonso Ribeiro on YouTube that will prove this statement false. Megan gets The Moonwalk and is kind of unimpressive. The Hammer, The Lawnmower, and The Cabbage Patch fail to impress, and Bret interviews that he's starting to get concerned that he has a crop of bad girls. Trust me, Mary, that's the least of your concerns. Niki does a poor Robot, but Roxy saves the day with her truly excellent Funky Chicken. Destiney, who is wearing a bikini with a belt around her bare waist -- ??? -- gets into her Running Man, and Daisy's Pony causes Bret to lick her belly button. I'm sure Boney Maroni never got that treatment. Bret, Angelique, and Inna Tuna deliberate in his room, and it's like the U.N. with more silicone and collagen. In the end, the winners are Roxy, Destiney, and Daisy.
Bret reminds the girls that there is an impending elimination. Niki figures that since she's a bad dancer and didn't take her shirt off, she's going home. This is one to grow on for those applying for jobs at American Apparel. Angelique, who is figuring out which of her manifold pink boob wraps to wear, thinks that the trifecta of 1) pressing her boobs against the peepshow glass; 2) helping to set up the dance contest; and 3) licking her own tits will be enough to keep her in the competition. Really, it's hard to argue with that logic. I'm organizing a dance contest in my apartment and licking my boobs as I type, just to boost my own confidence. I've never felt so good about myself! Nor so sticky! Ambre thinks she and Bret had a connection, while Inna Tuna is certain that Sara of the dare should go home.
Eliminations! Right off the bet, Bret calls out Sara and says that she's made it apparent that she's there on a dare. Sara shakes her head and says no, that "dare" was for a lack of a better word. It was more that she doubted herself. Inna Tuna interjects and asks if Sara never said she was there on a dare. Sara says it was taken out of context. Inna Tuna notes that Sara said it in front of everybody, which, as we have seen, is true. Sara tries to explain and Inna Tuna keeps shouting her down, and eventually Bret has to call Sara to him. And then he boots her! Outside, Sara cries because she disrespected Bret. If that's a crime, then lock me away for life. In any case, she's way too pretty for Bret. He was disappointed that she never said she was there for him, thus the boot.