They pull up at a tattoo parlor. Oh, Lord. Turns out Heather Junior has been talking about getting a tattoo the whole time she's been in the house, and Bret is about to make that dream a reality. He introduces her to tattoo master Duke. Destiney tells Duke that she wants to commemorate her experience on the show by getting the Rock of Love logo -- the heart with the two swords -- in the Heather spot, e.g. the back of her neck. Duke sketches up the logo including the words "Rock of Love." Destiney wonders if maybe just the heart and the swords without the name of the show might not be better. And this was really the first moment when I said to myself, "Maybe Destiney's not as big of a dumb-ass as I thought." However, Bret is perturbed. He points out that, as crazy as it was, Season One's Heather got his name tattooed on her neck, which showed true commitment. Yes, and then you dumped her on her ass and she was left with the ink-stained legacy of being humiliated on national TV. Bravo, Destiney! Without the words, it's actually a decently cool tattoo. Destiney talks about how the experience of being in the house has changed her, and that includes getting to know Bret. Plus, free tattoo!
It's then time for Bret's date with Ambre and her dad, Randall. Square dancing at the VFW for everyone! Actually, they go to eat sushi, because Bret wants to freak Randall out. Bret gives Randall a tutorial in chopstick use and sushi consumption. Randall is a pretty good sport about the whole thing. But then! It's time to get down to business. Bret says that Ambre has been brutally honest with him the whole time she's been there, but for the little issue of her telling him she's 31. Ambre interviews: "Oh my God! I can't believe I lied to Bret!" Bret says that they were talking about age, and he said openly to everyone that he's 44 years old. Except in the season two premiere voice over, when he told an entire nation that he was 40. But I digress. He's a paragon of honesty. Ambre is terrified to think that she has lost Bret's trust. Bret tells her that he doesn't necessarily think that she has a whole book of lies she's been reading dialogue from, but he wants to find the one girl who is totally honest with him in this house of lies and deceit and deception and whorebaggery.