John and Nayla. They do a rainforest tour. John tells us that he thinks they're both attracted to each other. Nayla camera-talks that she's used to guys being gentlemen. John isn't. She starts lecturing him that he should offer his hand to a lady when there is a big step.
Butterfly park. Edmundo says he picked Tiffani-with-an-I (maybe because she has a stripper name and he obviously likes that in a girlfriend?) because she has different "experiences" than Catherine. By way of explanation, he says, "Tiffani is very educated." Ooooooh, dis. Poor Catherine. Tiffani is cute as they look at butterflies. They look at one that mimics an owl. Tiffani tells us that she's being real with Edmundo, and she thinks Catherine is never real. Yikes.
Jeff and Catherine. Horse riding on the beach. She tells us that Jeff is great to talk to (read: bitch about Edmundo to). He tells us that there is something very "deep" about Catherine, as we see her fake titties stretching the limits of Lyrca. Ha. Nice. He says that she's even more pretty on the inside than she is on the outside. I'll leave that one alone. "I gotta know more," he says. No, you don't.
Tommy and Kishi at a waterfall. Tommy picked Kishi because she has an inner and outer beauty. She tells us that there is chemistry. He doesn't want to be anywhere else. How romantic. How much of a lie.
Ali and Nikkole go to a wildlife refuge. They watch a worker feed a baby monkey. Ali tells us that, at first, he thought Nikkole was kinda gnarly-looking, but as he gets to know her, he finds that she has an "exotic look" to her. Hee.
Genevieve and Keebler Tom are snorkling. They like each other. Genevieve says they had a great time "being funny together." He is the opposite of Tony, and that's why she likes him. Yikes.
Sad, stunted Tony rip-cords with Linda. She puts down her cigarettes long enough to slide down the cord. Tony camera-talks that it was nice to have some attention focused on him for a change. Poor Tony. Linda says that she's outgoing. Tony thinks they got closer. She camera-talks that Tony needs to be more of a "man" and "step up to the plate." Lord. She goes on that he has a good personality and a lot to give, but "it doesn't come out the right way." Goddamn. Ouch. Yikes. Yow. Oof.