Meanwhile, back at the house, Destiney's parents go to bed. She, however, is going to stay up and wait for Bret. She asks Ambre's dad for his take on all this, and Ambre's dad points out that life doesn't end there. What if, he asks, Bret chooses her? Destiney kind of picks some stuff out of her teeth, then says that she's going to go back to her regular daily routine, which apparently involves being in music videos, acting, doing TV shows, bartending, and hosting. The only thing this bitch is hosting is patrons at the Red Lobster. Ambre's dad asks what happens six months from now. Destiney can't really say what six months will bring. And I mean, she has a point. Ambre, however, interviews that Destiney is there more for the experience than for Bret, and isn't as emotionally invested as Ambre and Daisy are. Well punch her in the throat and call her asshole.
Back at the date, Bret talks about worrying that Daisy is always hiding stuff. Stephanie says that Bret is seeing the whole Charles situation as a guy, but for women it's different. OK, that is lies. But Daisy insists that the emotion for Charles just isn't there anymore, and Stephanie backs her up. She respects that Bret is trying to protect his heart, and notes that that means there's some real feelings there. Bret thinks that Stephanie has truthful eyes, so is starting to buy the story. However, he tells us that he's still not sure if he can handle the fact that Daisy hasn't been upfront and honest with him.
The next morning, Big John delivers Bret Mail. "Good morning fantastic families! / You've traveled far to help me learn / What's deep inside and where to turn / Our time is short so let's make it last / Two more dates are coming fast. / Ambre, Destiney and special guests / Get ready for fun and my final tests / From 20 to 3, the time draws near / For one more girl to disappear. / Love, Bret." It's good to see that Nipsy Russell is still working, isn't it?
While the girls get ready, Stephanie and Tommy talk. Tommy says he's surprised that Destiney is doing this, but then adds that family changes you. When he and his wife had Destiney, he sold his Harley. Stephanie, who will oddly enough be played by Meryl Streep in the Lifetime movie, says that Tommy must have been very much in love with his baby. Tommy says, "Oh yeah." I love this guy. And then excitement! Bret comes riding down the hallway on his motorcycle. Today, he tells Destiney and her family, they're going to be riding. There's nothing better for the soul, he says. Tommy is so excited, and in this moment I actually kind of love Bret too. When he learned that Tommy was dying of liver cancer, he says, he wanted to make their day really special. I think that Bret is secretly a good guy when he isn't being hypnotized by the fake boobs of some VD-ridden skank. Tommy loves the bike that Bret has arranged for him, and Destiney is happy that he's enjoying himself.