Speaking of Brandi, she and Heather are in the bottom two. Bret still thinks that he and Heather have to figure out why she's there, and if it will work. She rolls her eyes. And as for Brandi, when Bret lifted her head out of the toilet and she professed her love, he really believed it. Heather is pissed. She recounts Brandi's statement that Bret was not the one for her. Brandi tries to explain, and Heather interrupts. Brandi has to ask to finish, and then finally confesses that she can see Bret with Jes, and also with Heather, but not with her. I think she's basically just saying that there's no connection, and also that she's, like, fucking smart and played to get to the end of the game but not actually be the winner, because that is a horrific fate that no self-respecting girl would enjoy. Bret asks her to be honest about whether she wants to stay in the house, and Brandi replies that she doesn't think she can let her guard down. Bret gets all pissed because Brandi supposedly fucked with his emotions. He had sex with two other chicks, like, last night. Give the girl a break, pit-waxer. He interviews that Brandi was lying to him and playing him, and he couldn't deal with it no more [sic]. He tells her to have a nice life, and, to her discredit, Brandi actually seems super-sad about leaving. Bret asks anyone else if they want to leave, but they all reiterate that they're there to stay. Heather gets her pass, and tells us that she's prepared to do what she has to do to win her man and will sacrifice anything. Even her dignity? Oh, duh.
Next week: Wait, did Lacey's dad just ask Bret if she was sucking his cock? But until then it's...
Bret's boner countdown!
16. "After everyone left, Jes and me, um, got along quite well. We got to learn, um, each other both inside and out. It was a good night."
17. "Here's the thing with Heather. And I call it pole emotions, right. And by pole emotions I mean, can I get her off THAT pole and get her onto my pole. It's a big, big thought going through my mind right now."