So Tom stands behind Shannon as Valerie's four boy hos step forward. Mark L. Walberg tells Dano to step back since he didn't really date her, although then he says the Triple Date is "in play," so I guess she can date Dano. I really don't care. Dano just always reminds me of "Dino" the dinosaur, which is funny. It's also funny how hot to stay on the island Dano is, all trying to cheat and shit. Valerie's guys are Jon, Matt, Evan, Dano, and Charlie. That's five. Okay, whatever. We see shots again of their dates and then Charlie giving a look like, "Dude, I'm so going home tonight." Music. Music. Drama. Mark L. Walberg tells her to get up and pick. Slo-mo. Slo-mo. Valerie tells us that the decision was hard and that she was going to pick Jon, but -- and then she says something that makes no sense -- she knew the end was coming so she had to go with Dano. Mandy and Shannon laugh in slo-mo after she chooses. Mockingly, I dare say. As Dano, surprised, walks to stand behind Valerie, she tells us that Dano is upbeat, and therefore, hopefully he would be able to keep her mind off the upcoming confrontation with Kaya and what comes next in their relationship.
Next is Mandy. Mark L. Walberg reminds us that one of Mandy's four dates, Keith, is now off the island. She laughs derisively at his memory. Well, at least she has one. I can't member Keith to save my life. So the three guys step forward: Jon, Johnny, Matt, and then Tom by Triple Date. Mandy gets up again in slo-mo. She walks to Charlie who isn't even a candidate. Slo-mo. Valerie looks down, embarrassed by almost everything Mandy does. Mandy stops, then leaps to the side. She gives the flowers to Jon, walking right by Johnny and making him briefly think he was getting some. As Mandy hands over the flowers, Johnny looks to the heavens in sad defeat. Jon hugs Mandy, lifting her off the ground, as she tells us that she loves his shyness, which eventually proved to be genuine, and that he got over it. The shyness intrigues her, and she's dying to know more, she says. She also wants to know why he puts "knots in [her] stomach." Jon tells us, then, that he's stunned, but that while he didn't really spend as much time with Mandy as some of the other boy hos, he thinks they have a good bond. Mandy laughs and looks down, wondering just how big the tall boy's dick is. We fade to commercials.
Ah. Boot Camp comes to replace this show in March. Hm, from hot naked pretty people to the kind of sweaty people you can see pumping gas at your local Mobil station any time you want, screaming at each other and running around in Army gear. Sounds like a serious downgrade.