Valerie vitamins out of the trees and greets Mark L. Walberg warily. How am I suddenly sicker of her than I am of Kaya? Mark L. Walberg asks Valerie how she is and she whines, "I'm alright," not bothering to reciprocate the question, let alone give him a hug. She just looks very unpleasant. Mark L. Walberg asks Valerie what the best part of the experience was for her, and she replies that it was "everything [she] learned about [herself]." She mentions seeing Kaya going on that first date, and she suddenly had all these visions in her head when really all Kaya was doing was standing there with Alison; Alison, the doctor with the crazy body and nice personality. Yeah, why would she be worried? She continues to fixate on that one image, even mentioning again Alison's hair blowing in the wind, and she concludes by saying that it really hurt her. Even Mark L. Walberg has had enough of her, so he jumps to the part where he tells her to think about what she wants to say to Kaya and also to prepare herself to hear something from Kaya that she may not want to hear. Wait, that sounds familiar. Oh, yeah. That's right. That's because he's said the same bullshit six times now. Right. A producer in a coconut tree motions furiously for Mark L. Walberg to stretch, so he clumsily asks Valerie if she's thought about that and what she is afraid that Kaya might say. Valerie says, "My fear would be, that…not that Kaya did something but how he feels afterward. I realize, which is really what's important. Because, maybe he didn't feel like doing anything; maybe he did feel like doing something. But if he did do something and he feels complete regret and that he made a mistake, I could live with that. But my worst fear is that he would have done something and decided that he feels he shouldn't be in a relationship right now." Mark L. Walberg wakes up from his brief nap and tells Valerie, "I can understand that." He thanks her. She doesn't respond.
The Xylophones of The Cash Cow Coming to a Close play as Kaya hitches his pants up, thanks the Best Boy, and heads out to sit next to his "girlfriend." Valerie looks very upset, barely looking at Kaya. Kaya doesn't look at her at all. Mark L. Walberg: Speak. Heart. Honest. Conclude. Decision. Future. Relationship. The both just stare at Mark L. Walberg. Commercial break #46.
Schmonfire. Mark L. Walberg slouches on his log and asks Kaya and Valerie who wants to go first. No one says shit. Like an unanswered school teacher, Mark L. Walberg tells Valerie to go first. Valerie begins by saying that she thought she knew what she wanted in a man, and that after spending all this time with the boy hos, she honed that even further -- some of these "things" being the same, and some of them new. "The first experience that I had that really shook me…" Oh god, she's talking about seeing Kaya on that first date. She says that she waved to Kaya and she thought he saw her and he didn't respond and that really hurt her and Boo the fuck Hoo. Kaya shines on, crazy diamond. Valerie continues that the experience really shook her, and that later one of the other ladies told Valerie that she'd seen Kaya and Alison before and after their date and how different their body language was afterwards and how much more intimate. Man, whoever told her…who are we kidding? Mandy is such a bitch for telling Valerie that.