Bret and Daisy head up to the deck. Sadly, no one falls overboard. They totally do the, "I'm the king of the world!" thing. They make out a little, and Daisy suddenly starts to feel a little seasick. Bret, always seeing the silver lining, notes that fish like throwup a lot, so this could all turn out great in the end if she just hurls in the water. But things get a little more serious when Daisy tells Bret that she has no circulation in her hands. The hell? Bret talks to the captain and suggests that they turn around, because Daisy's gotten, like, the bends or something. Finally, Daisy hurls. Like, puddles and puddles of hurl. Bret thinks that Daisy is even hot when she hurls. That's love. I don't know if Ambre can infiltrate. Daisy thinks that Bret is being super caring with her, but really he's, like, rubbing ice on her stomach. Could someone get this girl a toothbrush, please? They get back to land and Bret kisses her and they separate to get ready for dinner. Daisy is determined to show Bret how serious she is about being in a serious relationship with him.
Daisy shows up at dinner and, in a nice change of pace, Bret thinks she looks super hot. He uses the same, "Check, please!" line that he used with Ambre, but they haven't even been seated yet. I think Daisy is winning. Bret wants to connect with Daisy on a bunch of different levels, but it's hard for him to get past how hot he thinks she is. Bret then gives Daisy the same ugly necklace he gave Ambre. He tells Daisy that he loves where she's been and where she's going, and that she's an amazing person. Daisy replies that she's done and experienced certain things in her life, and now she's ready to grow and change. Daisy then takes a minute to talk about Ambre, and how defensive she's been getting. She says that she's obviously not the girl with the white picket fence, then tells Bret that Ambre is boring. Daisy has a lot of passion and love, and she wants to give it to Bret and get a lot of passion and love back from him, because she thinks he's awesome. Isn't that, like, Sonnet 16? "I have / Like a lot of passion / And a lot of love / And I want / To give a lot of love to you / And I want / To get a lot / Of love from you back / Because I / ...You're awesome." Daisy tells Bret that she's in love with him, and they make out. Bret tells us that Daisy "The Bard" De La Hoya just might be the girl for him. With such a knack for sprouting poetry, how could she not be?