Bret hightails it out of dinner and takes Ambre to his suite. He gives her a tour, including the couch to make love on, table to make love on, and peanut area to make love on. Oh, please, can someone go into anaphylactic shock? Bret also has a big balcony with a bed, too. That bed is for playing canasta on. Bret tells us that this is the moment of truth for him and Ambre. We see them making out on the bed, with Bret on top of Ambre, and then blissfully cut away to the moon. Such things that bright orb has to witness.
The next morning, Bret walks Ambre out of his suite. His wig has hastily been thrown on, as you do in the early hours. He thanks her for a great date, and even awesomester [...sic] night. They make out some more. Wouldn't you love if she just went crazy and ripped off the wig right now? Ambre thinks that she and Bret have made a strong physical connection, and she hopes it's enough. Bret tells us that he had his doubts about whether Ambre was sexually intense enough, but now he's starting to find her super hot. He thinks she's the total package.
Ambre's morning after sex buzz is ruined when she goes back to her suite and has to encounter Daisy again. Daisy prattles on stupidly about her upcoming date, and Ambre asks why she has to be so immature. Ambre thinks that Daisy is an absolute disaster and has to grow up. She says that can't be what Bret is looking for. Frankly, I think years of wearing his bandana too tight has killed immeasurable brain cells. There's no telling what will happen.
It's time for Daisy's date with Bret. They do a lot of smooching, and both say that they miss each other. For their date, they're going out on a boat. Bret wants to find out what's going on in Daisy's mind, heart, and soul, and then suck face with her. As they sit on the boat, Bret tells Daisy that when he first saw her, his feelings were totally sexual, but as he got to know her, they became much closer and forged an emotional connection. However, given Daisy's past and whatnot, Bret wants to know where Daisy is with her life now. He notes that Ambre is pretty settled and not going through a transitional period in her life. Daisy interviews that just because she's not 500 years old like Ambre it doesn't mean that she doesn't know what she wants or what she has to do. She tells Bret that in her experience, sometimes life throws you a curveball. It's good to know but sometimes, you know, you know. That's all she knows. Yeah. Bret wonders if Daisy is ready to have a relationship with him. However, he acknowledges that she has a heart of gold and a great soul, and that's what he's digging about her.