Back at the house, AshLee is explaining to the rest of the women how she told Sean what an utter wench Tierra is. "He definitely knows what he's in for now," says AshLee.
Meanwhile, Sean is having such a great time, but he always sees this side of Tierra, so he wants to know if she's secretly a bitch, right? So he starts prodding her, and Tierra pretends to have no idea what's going on, but she suspects the other women have hated her since she got that first rose. "If I find out another girl has thrown me under the bus, I'll definitely be pissed off," she tells us. Oh, what are you going to do, fake an injury in her general direction?
Time for dinner at a sugar mill, and Tierra tells Sean she felt a little distant from him during the date, in contrast from how close she felt to him after Canada (stop saying "Canada" over there!). Sean has a knot in his face a Boy Scout couldn't untie, and then says the drama with the women in the house may have put the two of them a little behind.
Another date card back at the Buccaneer, for Catherine, Desiree and Lindsay: "Love is on the horizon." Catherine predicts Ziplining. That also means Lesley gets a one-on-one date, which is exciting to her no matter where she goes. She could even be on Tierra's cot, she explains. Well, you might want to check it for booby-traps first.
Back on the date with the Tierrarist, she tells him that she's falling for him, only it appears to be not so much sincere but more of a strategy to counter whatever AshLee said. "I finally have come to a conclusion that she's probably not nice to the other women, but she's genuine when she says she's here for me," Sean says, so I guess it wasn't so much that he was worried that she might not actually be a nice person, as long as she fakes it for him.
Back at the house, the women are preparing for the inevitability that there's a throwdown between AshLee and Tierra, if Sean is too much of an idiot not to leave Tierra with the impression AshLee was talking about her (and of course he's too much of an idiot).