Horses. Mark L. Walberg leads the new couple to a bluff where they stand as Kelley camera-talks that she and Mark will be friends forever no matter what, but that she's afraid of what's going to happen. Now they have a candlelight dinner which Mark L. Walberg ruins just by being there. He toasts them and their long journey. They pretend the champagne is good, and sit. Mark L. Walberg tells them to tell him about themselves, but they hate him already so they say nothing. Finally, he asks what their biggest fear is. Kelley says she's afraid they'll come to a realization that they're not right for one another. Mark says he has to be selfish, and that both Mark's and Kelley's parents broke up, and he has to worry about himself and make sure he's in a good relationship. The double earrings are not working for him. Kelley and Mark reveal that it was Mark's idea to come here. Kelley points to Mark like she's pissed at him for making her do this. Mark says it's every guy's dream to be single again. Ouch. Mark L. Walberg leaves to let them eat dinner. They're happy he's gone. They talk and feed each other food. "It's getting real, huh?" says Kelley. Yeah, real boring.
The Candle-Dissolve Of Time Passage happens as Mark L. Walberg reemerges to say they have ten minutes to say goodbye. Kelley is already crying. She drapes herself across Mark and babbles that she's not going to hold anything against him and he says he feels for her and is going to worry about her. Oh, I think she and the twins can take care of themselves. She whispers something about how she told the other ladies that Mark is beautiful and that they'll figure this out, "one way or another." He says she's looking at him like she did the first time they met. Yeah, she was waiting for you to hurry the fuck up and give her your drink order. Douche. Even though they hug, neither looks particularly sad to go. The Two Marks ride off on horses. Poor horses. Commercials.
Night. Ladies' side. Kelley comes back to a full-on party. She tells us she's ready to get busy and go nuts. Keebler Tom, looking like a happy schoolgirl, tells us that Kelley is ready to party. Ruben agrees. Everyone is dancing and drinking and hoing it up. Ali calls her "Spark Plug." Clever Ali. Spout them witticisms now, brother, because you're gone soon. The other girls are threatened and begin to stake their "claim." Because of Kelley being a ho-bag and all, the other girls decide to start hoing, too. Catherine dances like the stripper she is. Shannon dances with Ruben and then camera-talks that she's no longer worrying about her boyfriend but is exploring for her and just going for it. Dancing. Dancing. Pool. Swimming.