Nikkole. Crying a wee bit. She says she came to the island thinking the whole "issue" was about getting married and the fact that they weren't yet. She says she shouldn't have pushed him and given him an ultimatum for marriage. On their final dinner, they bickered, and he even wanted to leave early, and that really bothered her. She says that Tommy had a chance that would have made "all the difference in the world" if he'd sent her a video message so that she could have felt that he cared. He nods. (Okay, it was bullshit of him, but at the same time, the girls are coming on here and justifying that once the man did something or didn't do something, then they went and hoed around. That's some bullshit, too. Tit for bullshit tat.) Nikkole says it was hard to open up the box and not have a tape...so she opened her own box to "other people" and met someone that really made her open her eyes to a lot of things and made her realize that she deserves to be cherished and cared for and appreciated. Fire Tommy made her feel good about herself, and being on the island made her realize that she really loves Tommy with all her heart...but. They're both very good people, they're just not good together, she says, crying. She looks to Mark L. Walberg, over with it just like that.
Mark L. Walberg says that their time there is done. They bail. Mark L. Walberg stands up, satisfied that he's brought two happy people apart, to be lonely. Like him. Everyone should be lonely like him, he thinks. It removes some of the pain. That and gin. And porn. That helps a little, too.
Tommy and Nikkole walk out of the bonfire area, but helpfully stand nearby where we can see and hear them. They hug. Nikkole says they knew this was going to happen, right? Yeah. So did we. Nikkole says the videotape she saw was bad. He thinks she means the lapdance. Nope. She says that he was in bed with someone and reached over to get a condom (thanks, Shannon). Tommy says he didn't get a condom at all. He says he took off his pants because he had boxers on, and, trying to get out of this, smartly, craftily asks, "That's all they showed you?" Nikkole should bluff, but doesn't, and says yes. Tommy argues more that he had boxers on, but "nothing happened." I can't believe Tommy is pulling the Shaggy defense: "It wasn't me." So funny. Tommy then comes back with the fact that he saw Nikkole "spread eagle." He says there was passionate kissing and everyone saw it. Nikkole says she doesn't remember, but "all right." Hee. Now they argue about Tommy having his face in a girl's crotch during the lapdance. "All right, baby. I know," he says. "But at least it was in public." Hee. They both have points, here, and Nikkole acquiesces, and they walk. As they disappear, Tommy says that she hooked up "with a dude," and she's going to have to tell him about that. "No, I don't have to tell you about anything," and those are the last words we hear from Temptation Island 2, because with that, they're gone.