Some of the other women play pool and sit around. How boring must it be with no television, no radio, no books or newspapers, and no leaving the house? Jayne interviews that she was happy to hear that Byron was moving into the house because she's terrible on dates, and this will allow her to get to know him in a more relaxed setting. Yeah, as long as he's not hiding out in his guest house the whole time. Jayne sits on the hearth in the most unflattering pose ever. I think she has a bikini top on under her shirt, and her boobs are about two-thirds of the way down her chest. Get an underwire!
In the kitchen, Tanya and Elizabeth discuss the day's events. Elizabeth is wearing a newsboy cap, which would be bad enough if they were going out to a club or something, but just to hang around the house? Lame. Tanya interviews that she's been dating for a long time, and that she's pretty much done with it. Tanya says something about a connection and being assertive, but she lost me at "connection."
Kristie interviews that after they got Byron settled into his house, he decided that there would be some one-on-one time. Byron asks Kelly to talk with him outside. Kristie interviews that Kelly voted for Jay, but now she's all about Byron. Well, obviously. If she were still all about Jay, she would have left.
Once they are alone, Byron asks Kelly what her passion is, and she says that her passion is relationships. Wow, how boring. And also, what a weird answer. Byron asks about Kelly's past serious relationships, and Kelly admits that none has lasted longer than two years. Byron says that sounds like a challenge. And then they are done talking. Kelly interviews that none of them are new to dating, and that some of them have been engaged or even married. The two dogs seem to get along well, if that means anything. Kelly interviews that Byron is a great guy, and seems ready to settle down.