Ladies. They walk to the bonfire as Valerie says that they all had an "eerie" feeling and felt tension and that nothing good was coming. They arrive at the bonfire, all looking nervous indeed. Mark L. Walberg says, "Hi ladies. How are you?" No one answers him. I can't take my eyes off Mandy's Ten Buns of Ugly. Lord. Her head looks like a model of Jupiter with all the moons displayed in correct formation. Mark L. Walberg keeps babbling about have they had fun and still no one answers so he launches into his thing about tonight being about "choices." He explains the deal with the videos and how the men had to make choices for them too. Mandy inhales sharply. Valerie and Shannon look sick. "I knew it!" says Valerie. Mark L. Walberg uses the word "caveat" in his explanation, which just makes him even more of a tool, if that's even possible. Mark L. Walberg says that he can't tell the girls why the men made the decisions they did, only what decision was made. Valerie says that the whole thing "turned [her] stomach." I know how you feel, honey. Or maybe it's just the fact that I've been drinking coffee now for three straight hours. Commercial.
We're back. How is it that with the lighting and the wind blowing, all the ladies look even more lovely than usual, while Mark L. Walberg just looks more creepy and stupid? Anyway, he tells them that not all the guys chose to see the tapes and they all react. It's actually pretty dramatic -- the girls are all on edge. Mark L. Walberg says that Andy didn't want to see the tape, and Shannon says that she "knew it." Kaya also didn't want to see the tape, and Valerie says that she knew it and isn't disappointed at all. "Billy absolutely wanted to see." Mandy says, "I know." Trashy, but very cute. I'm torn, people. She goes on to say that Billy makes up the worst scenarios in his head and he'd rather just know "how bad it is." Ah. Once again, everybody: poor Billy. Yahtzee is then shocked to hear that Taheed wanted to see, because she didn't think he'd want her seeing what he was doing. "I'm shocked," she repeats, really annoyed when Mark L. Walberg asks her to repeat. Hee. Yahtzee hates Mark L. Walberg. So do we all. Mandy doesn't want to have to watch the tape now, and whines as she puts on the headphones. She doesn't want the other girls to watch, as she takes the device. She is very, very nervous and upset as she watches. The Electronic Strings of A Stripper's Impending Tears begin as Mandy watches Lisa all excited about going on a date with Billy and saying that when they first met, they instantly had a connection and they had a "super-great fun date." Lisa says that if you see tape of the date, you'll see how much fun they had, and Mandy's face starts to break. The music swells. The wind whips the ladies' hair -- well, those whose hair isn't twisted up into freak-buns. Mandy takes off the headphones and cries. "Are you okay? Why are you crying?" asks Mark L. Walberg. Douche. She says that Lisa did say that Billy had a cool girlfriend and that she was okay until Lisa said what a great time they had. "I don't want any girl having a good time with Billy. I want them to have a terrible time." She laughs, sadly. So do I.