The lie has the opposite effect on Yahtzee, however, as she tells us that she hates when Taheed turns things around and makes himself look like the angel and she look like the "psychopath." They keep walking and he tells her oddly that she needs to communicate with him what she wants, now berating her round-about-ly for not sending him a tape. He's also justifying whatever he might have done on his dates. We see the tape of LaWonna telling us that Taheed told her how "this" was his "best date ever." Yahtzee says that seeing that tape hurt her and caused her to go back and jump in the hot tub, where she kissed both Evan and Johnny. Johnny got around, boy. "Really?" Taheed asks. "Tongue?" Yes, she's used her tongue. He tells her that she went "buck wild," and she responds that all he had to do was send her a tape. We see a flashback of him refusing to Mark L. Walberg. Yahtzee yells at him that he thinks it's all her fault now, even though he's the one that's been cheating. They walk off, Taheed telling her that if she really wants to do something, why just do it on Temptation Island, rather than back home. I don't get his logic one iota. Then again, it is Taheed. Logical thought doesn't seem to be his strong suit. They bitch on down the beach, Taheed telling Yahtzee cryptically that she "bring[s] on [her] woes."
Boat. Taheed and Yahtzee head to a pier somewhere where they meet with Scuba Steve and his fiancée (I guess he's the local scuba instructor.) During the sad boat ride, Taheed tells us that the day was filled with mixed emotions, saying that they said a lot of hurtful things to each other; he forgets to tell us what the good side of the "mixed" part was. So they drink and talk and a drunk Yahtzee tells Steve the story of how Taheed "got" her. She tells us that Taheed made dinner for her after work one night. Also included in his "I'm Gonna Get Me Some Booty" preparations was a bath, candles, a rose, and a card in which he had written "special words." Oooh, I love me some special words. None of which, however, I can really discuss in mixed company. She goes on to say that was the first time any guy she dated had ever "done anything" for her. Hm. I'm not sure if she's being sexually cryptic here, or if she really means that no guy has ever done "anything" for her. That's sad if it's the case. I can see then why she's with him despite everything. Okay, not really, but it's more understandable. She finishes by saying that Taheed listened to her when she talked, which is a skill I've been working for years to cultivate. Wow. Just exactly how do you "listen" when someone is talking? That sounds really special. Yahtzee momentarily mentally loses it, saying, "Mr. Macho. Mr. arrogant macho person." She starts laughing. Taheed, looking more dead in the eyes than ever, tells us that Scuba Steve and his girl said some things to them that gave them insight into their own relationship. Steve, also drunk, tells Taheed that he already has a girl he's put five years into, and why look for someone else; it'll just take him another five years even to get to the point he is now with Yahtzee. Taheed says that he wants them to get off the "roller coaster" they feel they've been on lately. He finally tells us that their day was a step in the right direction, and that this was the first time in a while they've felt like they did any kind of communicating. Man, solid, that relationship. And so suddenly. Just give the Fox people a few minutes and they'll fix your life. I'm sure Taheed and Yahtzee will last another fifty weeks I mean years. Years. All the faith in the world.