Destiney passes the torch to Daisy, who appears to be wearing a bikini top that can't contain her nipples. Bret, meanwhile, is telling Kristy Joe that he's committed when he's in a relationship, but if you're the type to get jealous about his life as an in-demand performer who is still attractive to the skanks of the world, it might be a bumpy road. Kristy Joe might, in fact, be that type, but before she can definitively confirm it, Daisy comes up with her VIP pass. Bret tells her that this might be the wrong time. She goes, and fears that Bret might be mad that she interrupted his date, which is the last thing she wants. Daisy is pretty, if you squint and pretend you're looking at a cartoon.
Kristy Joe tells Bret that she's overwhelmed being in the house. He tells her it's only going to get worse, and asks if she can't forget about the other girls and just worry about connecting with him. It's hard, she says, when people are coming at you. Bret hopes that she has enough fight in her to stay there. He's attracted to her, but she has to toughen up or he's sending her home. Kristy Joe feels like the odds are against her.
After his date with Kristy Joe has ended, Bret goes to find Daisy. He is pleased that she still has her teeny bikini on. Daisy apologizes for interrupting the date, but it turns out that Bret didn't really mind, and knew she just wanted to talk to him. Daisy gets emotional and says she has dreamed about Bret for the past two nights, and it was soothing. Daisy's crib was apparently lined with synthetic-hair wigs. Bret tells Daisy that she's beautiful and nice and genuine. This is important because a lot of the other girls are figuring stuff out. By this, he means "scheming." He doesn't want Daisy to do this. They kiss. Bret tells us that he had a true moment with Daisy, what with her crying and all, and then he looked down at her boobs and just thought she looked hot. Sad as he is to see them go, Bret has some thinking to do about tonight's elimination.