Later that night, Byron walks over to the main house to pick up Cheresse for their date. Byron interviews that he wants to find out more about how Cheresse feels about relationships. Cheresse interviews that she's dated a lot of commitmentphobes in the past, so she hopes Byron is looking for commitment. They get into their limo to be whisked away to a secret location. Well, secret to Cheresse. Byron totally knows where they are going. Cheresse explains that she was shocked that he picked her, because she didn't know if she would make it past the first Rose Ceremony. Byron interviews that they got along well, and that it felt natural.
The two of them arrive at a club, which is completely empty. Except for Brandy! Luckily, an announcer yells out that Brandy is giving a performance as the couple walks in, because you know otherwise Cheresse might have been like, "Who in the hell is that? Did she win American Idol or something?" Because Brandy? Not that famous. I mean, I know who she is, but mostly because she has that song "Have You Ever" which consistently uses the incorrect form of the pronoun, and I use it in my classes as an example of pronoun non-agreement. Because I'm a nerd. Anyway, Brandy isn't so much giving a performance as a rehearsal, and it's all very sloppy and poorly lit. Byron and Cheresse seem thrilled though. In order to fulfill their contractual obligation, the editors show Brandy for like ten minutes. Even more amusing is that the song she's "performing" seems to be about a woman who thinks her man is cheating, because he looked at another woman. How romantic! What a great first date song! Brandy finishes her song and gives Byron and Cheresse hugs. Brandy has absolutely nothing to say, so she leaves.
Back at the house, Krysta must be drunk, because she has put on an apron with no clothing underneath. That can't be sanitary. I don't think I would want someone's naked ass in a kitchen that we share. She's pretending to do a cooking show, but she can barely talk because she's cracking herself up so much. I notice that the four women watching her aren't laughing all that hard. In fact, a few of them look downright embarrassed for her. Kristie interviews that Krysta is a little out of control, and that she's trying to draw attention to herself. You think?