"Men's Resort. Eve of the Final Dates." The girl hos arrive with the guys for a nice final dinner. Andy tells us that he's nervous, that now it's all couple-y and not just a bunch of chicks hanging with them. The kids all toast in slo-mo. He makes up a new words by saying that it's a "higher tensity level." Moron. Mark L. Walberg. Billy wears another crappy tie, looking like he got used to them slanging Bloomin' Onions at the local Chili's back home. Mark L. Walberg arrives, still deluded into thinking the kids like him. He announces that he's there to tell them about their final Dream Dates. The camera goes from the gorgeous Alison to Vanessa, and the transition is almost too much for my eyes to take; like when the latest Movieline goes from Johnny Depp to Jeffrey Rush with no warning whatsoever. They earlier decided the order in which the guys get to pick their date locale. Kaya goes first -- he "raises the roof" in celebration. Billy is next, followed by loser Andy. The first date is a rustic hut area with tubing through caves. We've seen this. The next is a resort, on a private island, with a spa and mud and all that shit. We've seen this too. Andy makes a face. The last is an "extreme date" where you rappel down a canyon into a rainforest, in the middle of which is a "tented, candlelit environment." Alison looks embarrassed by everything that's going on, but she's going to stick it out, goddamn it. Andy tells us that he already discussed with Kaya how much he wants to do the rappelling, which makes no sense as it seems like they're just learning about it now. Whatever.
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.