Amanda (who?) talks to Leina outside, and asks what she's going to do. Leina says that her heart is somewhere else. That sounds dangerous. Amanda interviews that she knew Leina was upset, and that Leina said that she had feelings for another person. Leina admits that she might be leaving the game. Leina interviews that the other girls seem so excited about Byron, and that she doesn't feel that way, but that she does feel that way about her "best friend." I just realized that they never said that the "other person" in Leina's life was a man. Maybe she went gay! Maybe the prospect of kissing Byron turned her gay! That would be awesome. "Not only am I not attracted to you personally, Byron, you have ruined it for all men." Amanda counsels Leina that Byron doesn't want anyone there that doesn't want to be there.
The women chill out in the pool, and someone's wearing a thong bikini, because her ass is blurred out. Tanya interviews that the next date invitation had arrived, and that they were all anxious to find out who would receive it. After a fake drumroll, someone announces that Jayne is going on the date. Cynthia interviews that she's upset that she didn't get the date, and that she's worried that Byron isn't going to know her. Jayne interviews that the date is important to her, because she's getting older and realizing that if she doesn't open up to someone soon, it might be too late. It's never too late! Except for having kids. That does have a time limit for women. But you could always adopt! I like Jayne. One of the women asks Jayne, who seems quiet, if she's not excited about the date, and Jayne says that she's just nervous.
Byron picks Jayne up, and they go fishing. Is that really a vacation? That would be like me taking someone on a date where we watch television or teach a class. Okay, I do watch television on vacation, but I don't recap it. Usually. Byron pulls out his rod (dirty!) and starts fishing, and then teaches Jayne how to cast. Jayne catches a fish right away. Byron helps her to reel it in. Jayne interviews that she saw how exciting it was to catch a fish, and that she understands why Byron would want to do that with his life. Byron unhooks the fish and makes Jayne kiss it, and then lets it go. Byron interviews that he couldn't believe Jayne kissed it, because she's a girl, and girls are made of sugar and spice and everything nice. No wonder his first marriage ended in divorce. I mean, I don't particularly want to kiss a fish, but I could if I had to. I'd much rather kiss it than clean it. Although I've done that too.