Anyway, Kaya naturally picks the rappelling, causing Andy to freak out and sulk. "Andy's disappointed," laughs and points Mark L. Walberg. Hee. Andy tells us that Kaya is "typecast as the soft guy" and that he doesn't want that image. Image is nothing, man. Obey your thirst. And that's what Kaya does most of the time. Andy goes on to say how pissed he is. Billy and Vanessa pick the resort with the tubing through the cave. Mark L. Walberg once again notes how angry Andy is, laughing and saying he's obviously not much of a spa person. Mark L. Walberg tells Elizabeth to convince Andy to have fun. Mark L. Walberg tells them that "even on the bottom of the rainforest, separate accommodations are available." We don't see him say this, so it's pretty obvious it was added in later to handle some legal or image issue. Mark L. Walberg sells the dates once again, using adjectives like "incredible" and "dream" and they all toast. Except Andy. He sulks. And sucks.
Close-up of a crab scurrying up the beach. "Women's Resort." It's the final dinner. They all toast. Mark L. Walberg tools in. Again, they all pretend to be happy to see him. They're good at that by now. Mark L. Walberg tells Mandy that she gets to pick first. She cackles. Shannon pouts. Shannon is second, Valerie is third. The dates are all "really great." One is a rustic, romantic rainforest lodge. The second is Francis Ford Coppola's lodge. I wonder if they make a series of disappointing films there. The last is a small private island with its own chef and butler. Dano says that they all "sound awesome." Valerie glares. Man, she's already having a shitty time and she's not even on her date yet. Mandy and Jon pick the first, more rustic lodge. They "wooooo!" Shannon picks the one with the private butler. Dano and Valerie get FFC's place. Mark L. Walberg starts saying something, and they blatantly dub over him saying the disclaimer about separate accommodations being available at each place. Lord, that's funny with the fakery. Valerie tells us that she doesn't know whether Dano is going to be joking the whole time or make a move on her. Shannon says that she's sure Tom is wondering if they might connect romantically, and that maybe he should indeed try something; she's not sure what she would do. We see a tiny little dog in the background. Mandy and Jon grab a bottle of wine and their plates and walk to the beach as Mandy tells us something about the nature of "temptation" and the fact that she usually wouldn't be "allowed" to have Jon but now she can -- but the whole time I'm just looking at her bicep. It's kinda scary. She and Jon hug. Commercials.