Troy returns to the room and talks to Bill and Kwame about the fact that one of Fitz's conditions was that Troy had to come to the show. In the suite, Kwame says he wants to go to the show with Troy, and asks Bill if he's all right solo. Bill says he is. In an interview, Bill indicates some doubts about Troy and Kwame going to the show, but says that Kwame is the team leader and Bill "[doesn't] want to step on him too much." Kwame interviews that there was really no reason for him to go to the show -- "I actually just wanted to go along with Troy." And there's nothing wrong with that either, although I also agree with Boyfriend Bill that time was very short, and I'm not sure it's the call I would have made. If nothing else, it stands to make you look bad if the task goes badly and Trump winds up feeling like you could have done more to prepare. But at any rate, Troy and Kwame take in the magic show and the tigers and such. Troy calls the show "absolutely incredible." And also creepy, especially when you see the tiger get all up on one of the Fercos brothers. I'm not sure casinos and tigers and peril would be where I'd go for synthetic excitement at this point in history. Bill comments again that he doesn't think Troy and Kwame both needed to go when there's a lot of work to be done. Bill needs to learn the lesson that if you want to go to the party, you have to go to the party, and if you decide to stay home and wash your hair, you have to wash it with a smile on your face.
Amy, Nick, and Katrina let themselves into their suite. Amy gets all fluttery staring at Nick and smiling, and Katrina gets all catty asking them if they're going to share a bed, and whatever. Amy asks Nick if she makes him nervous, in a sort of "tell me I do" kind of way, and then we watch her interview -- totally ridiculously -- that Nick has a "crush" on her, and she hasn't really decided what she thinks. I have to wonder who Amy thinks she's fooling. It's certainly not anyone who has ever seen the show while conscious. She's been the one trying to crank up the mysterious vibes of love the entire time, as far as I can see. All Nick's ever done is pretty much sit there and let her act stupid, and he knows exactly what she wants him to say -- for instance, when she asks if she makes him nervous, he knows enough to say yes, even though I don't really think it's true. Incidentally, aside from Katrina's stupid comments, there's nothing to indicate that anyone shared a bed on this particular night, let alone had any sex, so...if you want to imagine it, you can, but you certainly can't get that from what's shown. As with most reality show flirting, it's a whole lot of talking and not a whole lot of showing.