It is time to announce the results of the challenge. Sam is not there, because she's busy packing. Bret says that they can let her chill for a minute. Amy announces that, for the win, it came down to Jes and Heather, who were the most honest and upfront. Ultimately, they choose Heather for the solo date. Jes has had two already, so this is fair. Heather, who appears to be wearing Hammer pants, does a cartwheel. Bret is excited, and says he knows exactly where they're going. They leave for their date, but the superfans stay behind to mix, mingle, and acquire more dirt. Turns out they'll also help Bret to decide who's going home.
So where are Bret and Lacey going, you may ask? To the tattoo parlor! Bret wants to see if Heather's bluffing about getting his name on her neck. I mean, one can only hope. Heather thinks that this will show 100% commitment to him. And a 100% commitment to idiocy. I guess that's kind of redundant. Back at the house, the supersluts and the girls chill, and Jes is determined to use the opportunity to bash Lacey. She lists off the three primary Lacey adjectives to Ky: malicious, vindictive, manipulative. And then who comes out but Lacey. Jes whispers that she ruins every moment, and Ky goes, "Seriously!" Jes digs Bret's fans. They're a lot of fun and they hate Lacey. What's not to enjoy? Meanwhile, Amy asks Lacey who, other than herself, she'd want to see win. Lacey says Heather, since the two of them have the strongest feelings for Bret. Amy -- who is drinking Grey Goose out of the bottle, by the way -- says she hasn't seen Lacey show any emotion. She's giving the right answers, but Amy doesn't believe her. She needs to look in Lacey's eyes and see that she has Bret's best interests at heart. Lacey is upset that she's losing control of the house and that the other girls are getting to the supersluts. It doesn't occur to her that she besmirches her own reputation quite productively. In any case, three out of three supersluts agree: Lacey sucks.