Heather pulls Byron aside for some "alone time." She says that she's looking for someone with whom she can start a family and grow old together. Byron voice-overs that Heather is looking for the same things that he is, and he doesn't want to discount her because she started the game late.
Back at the house, Cheresse says that the new girls are "game players." Krysta agrees with a "Hell, yeah!" Krysta interviews that knowing that other girls are out on dates with Byron is like "a hit in the stomach." Krysta vows to stay up until Byron gets home from his date, because she wants to know what happened. Andrea looks like she wants to vomit. Seriously. She is plotting the other women's demises right now in her head.
Byron and Mary head up to the roof and make jokes about her being a real estate agent. Byron asks why she's single, and Mary says that she won't settle, and the only thing missing is a family. Byron tells a story about how when he pulls up to the dock at the end of the day, the other guys are greeted by their kids, and he wants that too. Yes, because parenting is just like a television commercial, with beautiful blond children who are well-behaved at all times. I don't get why Byron, who seems to be away from home a lot with the fishing and the tournaments, longs to be an absentee dad. Mary interviews that she's attracted to Byron, and that he's there for the right reasons, Bob.
Byron and the two women head back to the house. Mary says that she's nervous. The other women are hanging out in the hot tub and realize that Byron and the ladies are home. Someone refers to Mary and Heather as "the bitches." Classy! And I actually think it was not Krysta! Cheresse interviews that a couple of the women stayed up to "kind of badger" Mary and Heather. Krysta interviews that she doesn't like "the new girls," but that she's not going to let on because she believes in keeping her friends close and her enemies closer. When did this become a battleground? Krysta explains that they were all in the hot tub waiting for their "boyfriend." Kristie should not wear a baseball cap, ever. She already kind of looks like a dude, and the hat is not helping. Mary interviews that she and Heather were feeling uncomfortable, so they went upstairs to hang out alone. Heather calls Mary over to the window to spy on the other women, apparently. Or maybe just to show her the view. Heather interviews that she hopes the other women are mature enough to be civil, and she hopes the other women are not imitating them or anything. Cut to Krysta imitating Heather by speaking with a bad Southern accent and mauling someone else. Everyone laughs really hard, which proves how hard up they are for entertainment. Krysta grabs her boobs and bounces around, shrieking in the other women's faces. Good Lord, is she starved for attention or what?