Andrew tells us that they headed back to the Golden Door Spa for what he calls "an afternoon of exfoliation." Well, la-dee-dah. They enter the exfoliation studio and lie down on tables in black swimsuits. The princess of exfoliation tells them that the staff will be applying turquoise clay, which "will help detoxify your system." No, no! It's not the participants who need to be detoxified! It's the audience! Think of the audience! The exfoliation team rubs on the clay. (Oh, shut up, Clay people. Must you be everywhere? What are you, kudzu?) Andrew moans happily, and asks Jen for confirmation that the mud rubbing feels good. "Uh huh," she says. Jen points out the fascinating fact that this is their second round of massages together. Apparently, someone's imagination is very, very limited. She goes on to explain that after they got the clay rubbed on, they had to go in the shower to remove the clay. Wow, you don't think this is why they compulsively send people to spas on dates, do you? So they can show them in the shower together? I really don't think they'd stoop to that. In the shower, Jen rubs clay off herself and Andrew rubs clay off Jen. She says that she was hesitant to get in the shower with him at first, but "it was actually a little bit romantic." They smooch in the shower, and Andrew voices over that Jen is gorgeous. Being soaked and in her bathing suit probably helps.
Andrew and Jen go to dinner. Andrew tells us they went to dinner, and tells us again -- for the second time in about eight seconds -- that Jen is gorgeous. They drink a toast, and...wow, you would really think that a guy whose family is into wine culture would be able to come up with a toast that doesn't sound like it came out of a book called Prefabricated Oratory: How To Speak From Everywhere But The Heart. Jen tells us that she's beginning to fall for Andrew. How many times have we heard this exact sentiment expressed by one of the women lately? Are they obligated to discuss all the falling, now that they're sleeping with him? Is that the idea? How very retro. She says that she wishes she knew more about how Andrew was feeling, and "where his head is." (Hint: Look in his ass, Jen, look in his ass!) Andrew blathers to her at dinner about how much he loves their time together, and how happy he is to be with her. It's just about exactly the speech he gave to Kirsten to try to reassure her. Have I mentioned how creepy this all is? He goes on to explain that the only way he thinks he could be misleading would be by acting different from the way he really is. He thinks that he "let [his] guard down" today, what with all the bowling and showering, and Jen agrees. They discuss how much less of a grating knucklehead he was while they were bowling, and I do agree with that. (They say it a little differently, but the idea is the same.) She says he doesn't have anything to worry about with the way he's acted, whatever that means. He goes on to repeat almost precisely the bit he gave Kirsten about how he can't tell her everything, but that she should focus on how happy he is when he's with her. She tries to look convinced, and then talks in an interview about how she appreciated Andrew "letting his guard down" at dinner. Andrew's "guard" is apparently "up" quite a bit of the time, despite the fact that he appears to be rather a simpleton. Go figure.